Come work with me, Brandon and Bryan! (Job Posting) (Developer, Support Analyst, Business Analyst)

If the above headline is not enough see below for more details. We need to fill the following positions.

  1. Developer (Epicor and More):
    Software Developer - Remote - Indeed.com
  2. Support Analyst (2 Positions) Though it says Whippany NJ, I believe we’ll consider anyone within any of the 41+ plants we have in the United States as well as a remote option (for the right candidate)
    Support Analyst - Whippany, NJ - Indeed.com
  3. Systems Analyst: Though it says Whippany NJ, I believe we’ll consider anyone within any of the 41+ plants we have in the United States as well as a remote option (for the right candidate)
    Help us Implement Epicor in 41 plants across the world
    System Analyst - Whippany, NJ - Indeed.com

Seriously we need help, come work with me, @Banderson and @bderuvo. We are implementing Epicor across our company 41 plants, 7 different countries!

If you have any questions about the company feel free to ping me or brandon or bryan and we’d be glad to talk about it.

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“Come work with Brandon and I!” Jeeze dude… Come on.

How many hours per week are expected? Do you have valet parking?

For you Vic we’ll park the car
However the hours are a lot more than the 6 a week you work now :joy::joy:

By working less hours in a week I achieve a much higher hourly rate to brag about.

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You have to admit, @Vic has a point.

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It’s “Brandon and me.”

So, you’d say “Come work with me” and not “Come work with I.”

Adding “Brandon and” does not change the personal pronoun.

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Eh well… You sir are correct. Still… This is bash on @josecgomez day (aka EVERYDAY).

This is where I learned that rule.

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Y’all trying to prove how qualified you are? :sweat_smile:
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bahaha this post is … NOT an interview… @EarlGrei :stuck_out_tongue:

Good thing too. Did you see there are Nazi here??? What kind of show are you running???

“Brandon and me” sounds stupid that’s the rest of that sentence. lol

@Mark_Wonsil YES! Never seen that before, but, yep that’s right.

I remember vividly being burned on that on an 11th grade English test (many, many years ago…).

I would be a grammar Nazi, but you just get “OK Boomer” looks, so I just let society continue to crumble. Meh.

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