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We're keeping an eye on cool career opportunities in the Triangle's startup community, and publishing them every so often on ExitEvent. To submit a job opening, email news@exitevent.com
 
Here's the latest roundup (and here's the July 2015 installment): 

Adena Studios

A creative design studio that does strategy and motion and interactive design work is in need of designers that specialize in interactive and brand design. The company has done work for startups like Hostel Rocket, Byte and Electronifie as well as Subway, Mountain Dew and Walmart Canada. Work happens out of American Underground in Raleigh. Email jobs@adenastudios.com.

Cognitect

This Durham application development consultancy and training organization with clients like Staples, Walmart and Groupon is need of a designer and a Clojure/Datomic developer. More details here.

Factivate

Its seed round of funding closed last week with local investor Cofounders Capital, the real-time, cloud-based spreadsheet startup has cash to hire some developers. Jobs listed so far include a quality assurance lead, Python developer and front end developer. 

LoMo Market 

This Durham startup is like the "book mobile" for local food. The mobile market travels to places throughout the Triangle each day to sell goods from local farmers and food producers. Here's an opportunity to become an equity partner in this growing business as its first vice president of sales. Check out the details and how to apply at bigtop.it.

MindSumo

With more than 400 customers offering up real world challenges (and sometimes job offers) to 100,000 college students, and a new influencer marketing product, MindSumo is ready to hire someone to manage its sales accounts. The San Francisco-based venture-backed company opened a Durham office in American Underground (where one co-founder works today) in 2014—the new account manager will be based there. Check out our story on the company from last year, and here's the job posting.

Reveal Mobile

The newly-pivoted and freshly-funded mobile analytics startup in Raleigh is hiring a full stack developer to build scalable software that collects and analyzes data about mobile device users to better target the right mobile advertising message to the right user. Job description is here.

Shoeboxed

Lead mobile developer and Agile Coach/Scrum Master positions are open at the Durham startup providing expense and bookkeeping software to small businesses and entrepreneurs. Both jobs are open in the Durham office in American Underground. More details can be found here.

Spoonflower

With $25 million in fresh funding in the bank, all kinds of positions are open at the Durham e-commerce startup that lets people customize and print wallpaper, fabric and gift wrap. some of the most intriguing positions include a chief financial officer with experience raising capital, vetting acquisition offers, filing an IPO and managing the affairs of a public company. There's also a staff accountant, web designer and support/maintenance spots open. All the details here.

TransLoc

Account manager and executive positions as well as an Android developer are needed at the growing RTP-area startup transforming public transportation using technology. Check out the sweet benefits and job descriptions here.

Vaporware

As this Raleigh startup diversifies its offerings of web and mobile design, development, strategy and prototypes, it needs design and public relations experts, as well as an iOS developer and development apprentice. Learn all about the company's benefits and philosophy, and apply here.

Windsor Circle

A whopping 11 jobs are open at this fast-growing marketing automation startup located in American Underground in Durham. As the company prepares to move into the Historic Trust building across the street, it's in need of a senior software engineer, marketing help, analytics and technical project managers as well as an office coordinator and account executive. All the opportunities are posted here.

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