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]

Before we get to the latest roundup, add the following jobs events to your October calendar:
This month’s startup jobs here (and here’s the August 2015 installment):


Now out with web and mobile advertising tools used by Realtors around the nation, AdWerx is beefing up its team with new developers, a production designer and director of customer support. The well-funded Durham startup, a spin-out from ReverbNation earlier this year, is positioning itself to grow beyond real estate to other industries too. Here’s a chance to get in while it’s still early. Apply here.


Here’s a different sort of opportunity at a startup. Ansible needs an experienced corporate trainer to serve as Director of Training. The role includes designing curriculum, managing instructors, hiring and managing teams, developing an Ansible certification program and selling educational products. The Durham headquartered company has developed open source software for IT automation, and its’ growing fast. Here’s the training role, and other job openings are here.

Device Magic

As more service organizations adopt mobile technology for managing, billing and reporting jobs, Device Magic needs a director of marketing and customer service rep, along with a developer and designer to continue working on the technology. The Raleigh startup with roots and offices in South Africa targets industries like transportation, construction/home services and property management. Jobs are listed here.

Early Stage Marketplace

Ready to co-found your first or next startup? Here’s an opportunity to partner with former Microsoft and The Tribune Co. exec Elliott Dahan on a new global community for early stage partnering and investing. His need is for a CTO and co-founder. More details here.


Newly re-named (from Bevii), this seed-funded Chapel Hill startup has built a social network that’s based on location. It collects data about the people you spend the most time with and helps you stay connected with them through messaging, social media updates or meeting up. An iOS engineer, developer and intern are needed to help this company grow. Jobs are posted on AngelList.


A $1.4 million contract is getting this downtown Raleigh based connected home startup integrated in senior living communities across Pennsylvania. But to reach that scale, developers, marketing and customer success managers are needed. Also needed is creativity, innovative thinking, good communication skills and strong, risk tolerant personalities. Apply online here.


A recent graduate of Launch Chapel Hill, LineHire provides contests for professional recruiters to submit the best candidates for open jobs and earn cash. The goal is to dramatically lower the cost to hire by removing the need for companies to hire their own recruiters. Recruiter and account executive positions are open on a contract basis.Details here.


Making sure users actually want to use the software developers spend time building is the mission of this venture-backed Raleigh software startup. 11 jobs listed on its website range from marketing and business development to back and front end engineering to UX design. Here’s a chance to work for startup vets from Rally Software, Google, Cisco, Red Hat and the like. Apply here.


Marketing, business development and sales are the new focus of a Durham startup building a powerful lead generation tool for startups and other businesses. The NC IDEA grant winner in 2014 has transitioned from a consultancy to a product company, and now it’s time to build a team around its seasoned startup founders. Job descriptions here.


New Uber-like technology for public transit agencies is positioning this RTP-area company for big growth nationally and potentially around the world. A mobile developer, systems engineer, accounting assistant and installation technician are needed to help sustain the coming boom in customers and data. Jobs are detailed on AngelList. And here’s our recent story on the company.


Here’s an opportunity to get in early into a startup’s development. This former Amazon employee and Duke University graduate is working on a “new and innovative e-commerce wholesale solution” and needs a senior coder to build the site and app. Few other details are available, but check out the AngelList post here.


As this Charlottesville, Va. mobile development agency preps to open an office in Durham, staffers are needed to fill all kinds of roles. iOS, Android and Javascript developers, a UX designer and software testing analyst are top of the list. WillowTree clients include Johnson & Johnson, Harvard Business Review, AOL, GE and Inc Magazine. Job descriptions are here.
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