The app, called Jobs in Motion, requires users to be rockin' Android 1.5 or higher. With the app, you can also search for RIM jobs by location and function and save the results of your search. You can mark certain jobs as "favorites" and receive an alert based on what type of job you are looking for. Despite the drop in the stock over the last few months, don't expect to see openings to replace the CEO duo of Jim Balsillie and Mike Lazaridis.
Perhaps it shouldn't be so surprising that an application for jobs at the company that makes BlackBerry devices would find itself offered in the Android Market. After all, as we reported, the QNX OS on the company's BlackBerry PlayBook tablet (and expected to power the new BlackBerry Superphones due out early next year) can run Android apps with the installation of an Android player.
source: AndroidMarket via AndroidCentral