SCO has posted a job opening, for an "Inside Sales Manager", as of January 9th.
Here is the job description, in case you are interested:
The inside sales manager will be responsible to implement a successful campaign of generating daily revenue from selling IP licensing in the North American market. Initially, the sales manager will also be responsible for generating the revenue as a stand-alone sales entity with the goal to grow the department revenue to justify additional sales resources. All sales will be generated from outbound phone calls and incoming phone call leads based upon the SCO Group's IP campaign. Applicants should have the ability to "communicate the offerings of the SCO Groups [sic] IP license strategies in a manner that is successful in generating revenues." Daily.
Of course, you have to live in Utah.
Then there's that "Initially, the sales manager will also be responsible for generating the revenue as a stand-alone sales entity..." part.
And you have to be willing to work for SCO.
SCO also announced that Wolf Bauer and Scott Lemon have climbed higher in the company. Bauer will be vp of engineering and Lemon chief technologist. Lemon joined the team when SCO bought Vultus in June of 2003, which means he knew who he was going to be working for, as SCO had already sued IBM by then.