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 [email protected].
July 31, 2015
16 Startups Hiring in Raleigh, Durham & Chapel Hill (July Edition)
A monthly listing of cool jobs in Triangle startups.
Here’s the latest roundup (and here’s the last installment):
A Raleigh company that provides tools to build web-based forms and surveys for remote and on-the-go workers (like contractors) is hiring a mobile developer. The company is offering $750 to anyone who successfully refers a candidate Device Magic hires in the country, or $1,000 to anyone who successfully refers a candidate the company hires to work at its [email protected] office. Read job details and how to apply here.
RevBoss is quickly developing an automated way to help its clients generate outbound sales leads and is ready for a CTO and co-founder to join the team. The company recently won an NC IDEA grant, and is led by a serial entrepreneur in the sales and email marketing space. More details about the CTO role as well as a sales development rep position are here.
This marketing startup helps companies increase channel revenue through syndicating marketing campaigns, distributing leads, among much more. The company is hiring a senior software engineer and QA automation engineer. Learn more here.
A newly-launched, women-owned Raleigh startup that develops mobile health platforms for corporations and their employees is seeking a data analytics manager, who will be responsible for translating evidence and strategy into an executable process, while delivering outputs. Job description is here.
This Charlottesville mobile development agency’s first major office expansion is in Durham, where executives found a vibrant entrepreneurial and tech community and the potential for great talent. The company creates powerful mobile solutions for brands like AOL, TimeWarner Cable, Zappos and PepsiCo and needs a full team of developers, designers and account managers for its new Durham outpost. Job descriptions are here. And here’s the story we published last week about the company’s expansion.
With iScribes remote transcription software, doctors can focus on their patients instead of recordkeeping during appointments. iScribes is hiring a full stack startup engineer for its [email protected] office in Durham. Apply here.
Duke University’s behavioral research group is launching a startup incubator/lab this October and a program coordinator is needed to run the show. Applicants may submit their resumes to Rebecca Kelly at [email protected] by August 10. Read about the new incubator in a story we published in May.
To grow Durham-based CED’s mission of providing education, mentoring and capital formation resources through conferences, forums, workshops and more, the company is hiring two employees. It needs a member relations manager to help its hundreds of members find resources and partners in the region and a communications manager to communicate with members and market events like the coming Tech Venture Conference and each winter’s Life Science Conference. View both jobs here.
BetaVersity is a growing tech company with a portfolio building app and a mobile prototyping lab (i.e. a converted shipping container) called BetaBox providing students with a place to do innovative work. The company is looking for sales and engineering talent and facilitators to be on-site BetaBox staff members who teach students about tools and technology like 3-D printers, laser cutters and design thinking. Fill out this form to get in touch with BetaVersity about joining the team.
From a Duke University dorm room to Whole Foods stores around the Southeast, MATI Energy has become one of the fastest growing brand names in the energy drink beverage scene. To continue its fast growth into grocery and retail stores, the Durham startup that won the national Google for Entrepreneurs Demo Day earlier this year is hiring representatives in Charlotte, Atlanta, Nashville, Richmond, Charleston and Durham. Apply here.
Five engineer and developer positions are open at the Raleigh startup building a connected home device that gives seniors and people with disabilities better control of their home, in addition to offering enterprise solutions to senior living communities. This is a company on the edge of the Internet of Things, with patent pending technology. Apply for the open positions here.
Looks like a new coworking space is getting ready to open in Raleigh. It’s part of a quickly-growing national chain of spaces owned by a Chicago company. We had some early details of the plans nearly a year ago—check out that story. The position open is for a community manager responsible for running a complex of offices for startups, freelancers, design and PR agencies, national tech companies and more. Apple here.
Engineers and a customer support worker are needed at the Durham company with an app to keep you from getting distracted at work or school by blocking you from using your various devices and apps. More details on the company and founder here. And here are the job descriptions.
This startup helps companies (like restaurants) track the cost of the energy consumed by appliances, HVAC, lighting and more with helpful analytics. As it continues its national expansion, it needs a pair of software engineers. Apply here.
Post-Steve Case investment (at Rise of the Rest, story and video interview here), the Durham startup that helps governments archive and track social media activity is hiring a developer and a couple sales reps. How to apply here.
Since its acquisition by STATS LLC earlier this year, hiring is happening fast at the Durham software company that uses computer algorithms to turn sports scores, business filings and other data into written stories. Needed are a business development manager, data scientist and several engineers and interns. All the positions are detailed here.