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This month's job list includes a mix of companies from around the Triangle, in industries that range from IoT to holograms to creativity incubation to financial management. Read below for positions that include traditional software engineering, product design, account management, technology education and more. (And here's last month's edition.)
This Internet of Things startup packs the latest in smart technology into a single system to assist older adults and individuals living with disabilities. The company is seeking to hire new employees in engineering, marketing, operations and product design. Read the descriptions here. Since its humble beginnings as a coworking space in 2011, NYC-based General Assembly has grown into a global education community that help students build in-demand skills in technology and innovation, while connecting them to possible future employers and professional alumni. The company is opening a campus in Raleigh this fall and is on the hunt for a city lead to raise awareness and build operations for market expansion. More on the position here. This Raleigh startup, founded in 2012 by two NC State students, is changing how consumers manage their air filters. The company provides an online subscription service for air filters to be delivered straight to your door just when it’s time to change them. After raising funds earlier this year, FilterEasy needs a senior enterprise sales lead with experience selling commoditized products to help grow its subscription offerings. Read more and apply here. Zift, which raised a large VC round last year, works with clients like Red Hat, HP and Autodesk to coordinate marketing initiatives with channel partners and boost sales. As it grows, the company is looking to add some new employees to its offices in Raleigh and Durham. Tons of jobs are open in areas like development and marketing. Descriptions are here. We're liking this job title over at Windsor Circle, a fast-growing marketing automation startup in Durham: Diamond in the Rough. It’s referring to a really awesome salesperson who may not have any sales training at all. This person gets first place, wins awards and thrives on recognition. Apply for this job and other sales positions here. Raleigh-based Stealz is a rewards platform that lets businesses offer incentives to customers in return for tweeting, leaving feedback or posting a photo on Instagram. With Stealz’s analytics platform, businesses can gather insights on data like customer demographics and social interaction. As it grows its user base, the startup is hiring four new team members in marketing, sales, account management and software development. Get the details here. The team that is revolutionizing transit with apps, on-demand transportation options and powerful analytics for public transit agencies is expanding quickly, with five RTP positions in leadership, operations and product engineering. Read job descriptions here. This Durham cleantech startup has a cloud-based web application that tracks and analyzes appliance usage by location. The data provides simple recommendations on ways to reduce energy on a daily basis and, ultimately, save money on energy bills. The company is seeking a director of marketing to be the “Voice of PlotWatt,” responsible for defining and executing an effective customer marketing strategy. Find out more and apply here. This creativity incubator at Duke empowers students to explore emerging technology as a means to achieve the university’s research, academic and service missions. The program does this by providing students with innovation grants, community connection events and technical resources that include access to university data. The Co-Lab is seeking a developer and technology educator to join its team. View the listings and apply here. Developers, a customer service representative and an accountant are the latest needs at the Durham software company helping Realtors better target potential home buyers through online advertising. Those positions and a few others are listed here. Shoeboxed makes it easier for small business owners to track and manage their expenses through scanning receipts, bills and other financial documents. The platform also scans business cards so users can organize marketing strategies and sales leads. The company is searching for two engineers to add to its team. Job descriptions are here.
This month's featured startup jobs from EmployUs:With a collaboration platform used by sports teams across the NCAA and a $6M raise in its first round of outside funding, this Durham startup founded by a Duke University football player is moving fast. Teamworks has grown from 20 to 37 employees since the end of last year and plans to get up to 50 before 2017.
Know someone who would be a good fit for a software engineer role, marketing coordinator or an account support at this fast growing startup? Refer them through EmployUs.
Helping companies book quality demos/calls and increasing sales, DemandZEN is a totally remote company looking to expand its marketing team with the addition of a marketing coordinator. This role is a work-from-home, wherever-you-are-in-the-U.S. role and is ready for your referrals through the EmployUs app.
Opening its doors this Fall, Imurj is seeking an assistant cafe manager for its new collaborative arts and music venue in downtown Raleigh. Know someone looking to work in a super creative space downtown and who also has some restaurant experience? Refer them on EmployUs.
Recently funded by Cofounders Capital, Savii Care is a home health care app startup that is rapidly adding clients and needs to add a few members to the team to keep up. Know someone who would be great in a software business analyst role? If so, refer them on EmployUs
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Userlite is a marketing guru's dream platform. This startup integrates all of your marketing efforts and provides valuable analytics in return. Userlite is expanding in the Triangle and/or Salt Lake City and needs engineers, developers and analysts. Know someone who could be a great addition to the Userlite team? Refer them through EmployUs.