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 reality to IoT to machine learning to cleantech. The types of positions range from user research and digital marketing to design, sales and software development.
Check out the full list below. (And here’s last month’s edition.)
The Center for Instructional Technology & Online Duke is looking to hire a market research analyst to spearhead the effort in discovering opportunities for new courses, certificates and/or degrees for the university’s online programs. Accompanying the position is an attractive benefits package including health insurance, leave time and retirement, as well as work/life and cultural perks. Read more about the position here.
ADDITIONAL STARTUP JOBS:
Hailing from London, this FinTech company has a suite of digital marketing products for customers in the financial services industry. Kurtosys zeroed in on Raleigh earlier this year when it saw strong opportunity in the city’s engineering talent. Using some of the funds from a recent $8 million round led by Silicon Valley investors, the company just opened its fourth office in midtown Raleigh. Open positions include a project manager, a technical business analyst and a customer success manager. Get the details here.
Since its start in 2013, Durham’s PRSONAS has been hard at work capturing the market for its futuristic life-sized hologram products. Milestones include landing big-name customers like Microsoft, pitching at Silicon Valley Open Doors and Google Demo Day, camping with founders from leading augmented reality companies and, most recently, scoring $1.1 million from investors throughout the U.S. including AOL Founder Steve Case. And PRSONAS is expecting even more big growth in the months and years to come. A pair of software engineers are needed at the company’s office in American Underground. Details here.
With an artificial intelligence platform that sources the right job candidates to best suit recruiters’ needs, Raleigh-based Leoforce is delivering on a mission to harness predictive automation technology to serve the HR field. The startup is looking to add an ambitious, goal-oriented customer success manager to its team. Read the description here.
This Triangle startup bakes and ships 100% raw, plant-based desserts with organic, paleo and vegan-friendly ingredients. Ello Raw gained traction as a Duke Startup Challenge finalist, a 2015-16 ThinkHouse fellow and Melissa & Doug Entrepreneurs alum, and is preparing to further advance sales for its unique snack bites. Ello Raw is hiring a social media/digital marketing professional to help further build the brand and champion its mission. Get the details here.
Snapsolv is a multi-channel customer engagement software startup that helps companies reach a “new generation” of customers, teams and business partners, through software that combines mobile messaging services—such as SMS, Facebook Messenger and other in-app messaging systems—into one. The company is recruiting a talented, go-getter sales/growth hacker at its office in Raleigh. More information here.
Map My Customers has built and launched its digital sales automation tool, and acquired more than 15,000 users in the sales, services and wholesale fields, all in the two years since founding. The app helps these teams discover smart travel routes and generate strong leads as they target customers. Based in Cary, the startup raised $275,000 in April to help fund new hires in sales, design and software engineering. Browse the listings here.
Aiming to make the prospect communication process easier for sales representatives and coaches, Voxlr has developed an artificial intelligence system that records and transcribes sales calls, and aggregates the data into an easy-to-use dashboard so teams can keep track of their progress. The new startup, based in Raleigh, is looking for a business development representative to find early adopter customers for the product. Description here.
A successful beta in 2016 proved the validity of the mobile app-building tool Raleigh’s Dropsource has spent years refining before an official launch last summer. The product’s resonance with developers looking for a simpler way to build native apps led to a new $5.3 million round from 25 investors, closed last week. With this round—bringing total funding to top $10 million—the company will be hiring six new staff members, hoping to reach 20 employees by the end of 2017. Openings range from software testing and UX design to digital marketing and user research. Job descriptions are here.
By selling discounted dental supplies directly to dentists, Net32 is saving its customer base money off retail pricing and the headache of working through sales reps—all while giving control back to dental care providers so they can cut costs while doing business. The Cary-based startup is adding new talent to its design, marketing and operations teams. Have a look at the listings here.
Archive Social 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 marketing specialist, a content marketing manager and a sales development representative. More here.
This Chapel Hill EdTech startup runs on the mission, “radically improving the economics of education,” with a peer-to-peer platform that connects employers directly to college students so they can easily jump into a career after graduating. Companies provide the skills they’d like prospective hires to study and hone, and Lyceum helps ensure students master the relevant expertise. The startup is on the hunt for three new team members specializing in blockchain, dApp and full-stack engineering. Find the descriptions here.
This e-commerce startup has a cloud-based platform that allows retail businesses to ensure engaging shopping experience to their customers across digital marketplace channels. See this site for examples of some of the things the team works on. At its office in Durham’s American Tobacco Campus, Commercetools hiring a senior software developer and a java engineer. Applications here.
The Virginia-founded mobile design and development agency with customers as high-profile as Zappos and HBO expanded to Durham in 2015 after executives were impressed by the area’s burgeoning community of tech talent. The company then launched a plan to hire nearly 100 new employees in the area, and it’s continuing to deliver on that ambition at its office in the American Tobacco Campus. Open positions include Android and iOS developers, a project manager, a product designer and a technical requirements manager. A mobile developer internship is also up for grabs. Listings here.
Chapel Hill’s Smart OES uses IoT technology to reduce and manage energy consumption in commercial buildings which, in turn, helps the owners save money on their power bills. A pilot phase proved the concept and led to a recent $1.3 million fundraise, and now the team is prepping for an upcoming commercial launch later this year. Smart OES is hiring for a handful of positions—a grant writer, a marketing manager, a UI/UX engineer, and full stack software and embedded firmware engineers. Read the descriptions and find out how to apply here.
This Raleigh startup provides an online subscription service for air filters to be delivered straight to your door when it comes time to change them. In July, FilterEasy announced a $6.9 million round from Arsenal Venture Partners in Florida, Cofounders Capital, IDEA Fund Partners, and other well-known investors. At its swanky new downtown office, the company is looking for new talent to join its growing team. Open positions range from finance and marketing to project management and IT. Browse the listings here.
Founded by Red Hat co-founder and serial entrepreneur Bob Young, Triangle-based Lulu is built on a mission to make content creation and consumption simple and rewarding for authors, with print-on-demand services and an online distribution platform for self-publishers. The website has helped produce nearly two million publications from writers in more than 225 countries. At its office in Morrisville, Lulu is seeking a talented senior Linux systems administrator to join the team. Read the description here.
Cary’s Catalyst Fire provides a bundle of custom app development and strategy services to professional associations. The company started in 2010 with just four IT professionals holding a combined 46 years of experience, and has grown significantly since then. Right now, it’s looking for a software engineer to bring skills in the Microsoft stack to the team of developers. Check out the description here.
Fresh off its $25 million Series C raise and first acquisition, the Raleigh product management software startup is hiring in customer success, engineering, sales, marketing and operations. Timely with an expansion to a new highrise office at the beginning of next year, this is a chance to work with serial entrepreneurs in enterprise software with the backing of Silicon Valley investors like Salesforce Ventures and Spark Capital. Listings here.