I'll be honest and say that one of the biggest things I earned at this job was a background in more programming environments than you can shake a stick at. If you're a decent autodidact, interested in programming and are good with an audience, I can say that this is a good position for a few years. If not for the whole moving to Utah thing, I actually think Tim might have enjoyed it. For a little while anyway.
I told my employers that I'd pimp the job to a few friends of mine. Anyone interested? Anyone know anyone who might be interested? I can help get you a good deal from them, as well as give you some tips on how to navigate the politics.