Working at a tech startup can be a wild thrill ride, full of exhilerating highs and trecherous lows. Vermont Information Processing offers a work environment that’s a little more stable.
For more then 40 years, VIP has built long-lasting relationships with many of the largest and most successful companies in the beverage industry. Its innovative suite of solutions has evolved to serve their needs. Today, the employee-owned company helps distributors, bottlers, suppliers and brand owners manage 1.5 billion cases of beer a year.
The Colchester, Vermont-based company embraces a collaborative, problem-solving approach, and puts a premium on employees’ health and wellness.
VIP is one of the partner sponsors of this year’s Vermont Tech Jam, which takes place on Friday and Saturday, October 21 and 22, at the Champlain Valley Expo in Essex Junction, Vermont. Dozens of employers like VIP will be there, looking to fill open tech positions.
Director of Human Resources Lindie Holsopple offers a little more information about the company:
Number of employees in Vermont: 252
Type of positions VIP is hiring for at the Tech Jam: Software Developers, Software Implementation, Software Support
Things potential employees should know about VIP: We are 100% employee owned. Hard work is recognized, and a healthy work-life balance is encouraged. VIP’s famous midday basketball and street hockey games, on-site fitness center, cycling club (pictured), softball team, and on-site child care center are just a few examples of the activities and perks that bring VIP employees together.
Why VIP participates in the Tech Jam: VIP attends this event each year. This is an excellent event to recruit individuals with a strong tech background, and we have hired candidates in the past from the Jam.
Learn more about VIP by visiting its booth at the Vermont Tech Jam.