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 an opening, visit our jobs page and click “add a job listing.”

This month’s batch includes a mix of companies from around the Triangle, from virtual social communities to herbal supplements to concert promoters to remote medical scribes. The types of positions range from mobile and software engineering to sales, marketing and customer success, plus a few internship opportunities.

Check out the full list below. (And here’s last month’s edition.)


Trill Analytics

Founded with a dedication to “the power of deep learning,” Trill Analytics combines machine learning and artificial intelligence approaches with insights on market data relationships, all to create algorithms that can comprehend and predict financial markets. The Durham startup seeks a machine learning engineer to perform applied research in the areas of information retrieval, algorithmic development, data insights and analytics. To apply, send a resume here with subject line: “Job Opportunity.”


With an avatar-based social network for iOS devices, Highrise provides its users avenues to make friends, chat and keep in touch, and to create avatars and virtual rooms. The startup, which has offices in San Francisco and American Underground in Durham, is on the hunt for a self-starting mobile developer with the ability to solve challenging problems in a fast-paced environment. Job description here.


This global workflow tech company has a cloud-based platform for businesses to outsource back-office work they would otherwise have to take on themselves. The system, priced through a subscription model, connects its clients with teams in Nepal or Kenya that manage day-to-day routine tasks, meeting the hours and skill sets companies need for outsourced projects. CloudFactory’s Durham office is hiring a senior client success manager. Apply here.

Archive Social

This civic tech startup preserves social media history while complying with public records release laws. Last year, its social media preservation tool landed The White House as a client, taking tweets, posts and photos shared by former President Obama (and over 100 accounts affiliated with his administration), and redirecting them to an easily searchable post archive site. The company continues to outgrow its office space and add new clients, all with just over $1 million in capital raised. The growth is requiring more staff—open roles include a software engineering manager/team lead and a sales development representative. Listings here.


This venture-backed Durham startup has a platform for real estate agents that uses predictive analytics and machine learning to determine who in their network is most likely to buy a home at any given time. It also suggests ways for agents to target them, and integrates with leading real estate technologies to make it easier to do so. The company is ready to hire a sales account executive, a sales development representative and a front-end engineer. Listings here.



This Durham software company helps Realtors better target potential home buyers through online advertising. Adwerx is growing fast, and it’s looking to add to its team. The latest needs are an accountant, inside sales representative, a senior product manager, senior developer and summer sales interns. View the listings and apply here.


The team at TransLoc is revolutionizing transit with apps, on-demand transportation options and powerful analytics for public transit agencies. The startup is growing fast—over the course of 2016, TransLoc closed an $8 million investment round and scored partnerships with major entities such as the North Carolina Department of Transportation. The company is adding to its sales, growth, marketing and communications teams. And, if those roles don’t fit into your skill set, reach out anyway. TransLoc is known for being proactive about hiring the best talent. More here.


This Durham startup provides early detection for treatable newborn congenital disorders, by supplying screening technology to healthcare professionals worldwide. Baebies is hiring two engineering interns, one biochemistry intern, a technical product marketing professional and a manufacturing director. More information here.


This startup builds payment software for merchants, platforms and payment providers, all solutions based on changing business needs. Spreedly moved into a new office in downtown Durham last year after increasing its headcount and growing its 100+ customer base. There, it’s cultivating a flexible and convenient company culture. A handful of jobs and internships are currently up for grabs, spanning the areas of marketing, customer success and engineering. More here.


With a collaboration platform used by sports teams, departments and organizations (including the NCAA) and a new deal with the Atlantic Coast Conference, the Durham startup founded by a former Duke University football player is moving fast. Open positions include three engineers and a customer success specialist. View the listings here.

City of Durham Innovation Team

Colloquially known as the “i-team,” a multidisciplinary group of individuals are leveraging skills and tools from design thinking, behavioral science and analytics to solve public challenges within the city of Durham. The Innovation Team brings strategies including quantitative and qualitative research and design-based innovation to policy-making, and is looking for three more people to join the group: a data analyst, a design strategist and an innovation project manager. More here.

Creative Allies

This marketing firm just moved into Durham’s American Underground in January. It specializes in engaging multicultural and millennial audiences on behalf of its clients, by way of innovative creative campaigns—most recently with major entertainment entities such as Twenty One Pilots, ESPN, Orange is the New Black, and Rick and Morty. Creative Allies is looking for a talented web developer to own the management of its proprietary technology platform. The ideal candidate is someone who is creative, organized and has a passion for technology to contribute to the growing, fast-paced startup. Apply here.

Bob Nocek Presents

Durham concert promotion company Bob Nocek Presents is seeking someone with a passion for music and comedy to oversee marketing and ticketing for shows throughout the Southeast, as well as in a new 238-capacity venue in downtown Raleigh scheduled to begin hosting shows this summer. Read more here.


FoodLogiQ provides a SaaS platform for managing food safety and traceability for its customers in the food supply chain industry across thousands of locations in more than 35 countries. The Durham startup is seeking a senior full stack software engineer to help research, experiment, validate and demonstrate the benefit of new development approaches, while leading and guiding other developers on FoodLogiQ’s engineering team. More here.

MATI Energy

The beverage startup that got its start in a Duke University dorm room using tea leaves, fruit juice and a kitchen pot, has grown to become one of the fastest-growing brand names in the energy drink brand scene. The five-year-old company has an avid consumer following throughout the southeastern part of the U.S., and is building on that momentum this year as it expands its footprint in even more retail markets. Job openings at MATI include a senior staff accountant, a district sales representative and two brand ambassadors. Listings here.

Savii Care

This Raleigh telehealth startup has developed a workflow automation software that in-home healthcare agencies can use to coordinate and communicate with patients and their families. Last year, the Savii Care team raised $1.1 million in seed funding from Cofounders Capital and RTP Capital to help build and scale the company. It’s hiring for two roles: a lead developer and a business development representative. Details here.

Vital Plan

This Raleigh startup provides educational tools and herbal supplements for people with Lyme disease and other illnesses affecting the immune system. Last year, Vital Plan quadrupled its revenue and earned a B Corp certification, furthering headway in the online supplement industry and increasing impact in the lives of its customers. To build on its growth, the company is seeking a creative director to manage the brand across its websites, social media channels, email newsletters, banner ads, ebook designs, webinars, videos and other design-related projects. To apply, send a cover letter, resume and portfolio link here.


Raleigh-based Stealz is a platform that lets businesses to offer rewards to customers in return for promoting their brands through tweets, photos and social media posts. Since its founding in 2012, the startup has acquired avid app users and big-name customers like McDonald’s and Taco Bell, all while growing revenue and team headcount. This year, Stealz is strategizing ways to integrate services into corporate brand apps. As these goals come to fruition, Stealz will hire a visual designer and a quality assurance specialist, in addition to opening up new spots on the sales, marketing and client success teams. Listings here.


This Raleigh software startup is looking to vamp up the size of its team after closing a $20 million series B round late last year, which earned it a spot in 2016’s top five tech deals in North Carolina. Here’s a chance to work with serial entrepreneurs in enterprise software with the backing of Silicon Valley investors. Open positions include four engineering roles, a Salesforce administrator, a business development representative and a technical account manager. Check out the full list of jobs here.


This Durham startup provides an avenue by which people can assist physicians with administrative tasks—all virtually. Remote scribes listen to recordings of patient visits and update electronic records with pertinent medical history, physical examination, assessment and plan, findings and procedures. iScribes employs over 200 scribes in 25 states, growing sales 2.5 times in the last year. And it just landed a $410,000 bridge round led by The Launch Place to fund the startup either to profitability or to a series A round later this year. Apply to be a virtual scribe at iScribes here.