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Some of the region’s fastest growing startups are hiring this winter, as well as a few newbies and a yearlong fellowship program. Check out the month’s startup jobs below (and here’s the November 2015 installment):
Product marketing, customer success and graphic design are the latest needs at the Durham software company helping Realtors better target advertising online. Those and a pair of developer jobs are described here.
This social media archiving tool, Durham’s Rise of the Rest Winner of 2015, continues to line up customers in government and financial services. Another inside sales representative and a full stack engineer are needed to grow the team in 2016. Job descriptions here.
Since its 2015 acquisition, Ai might not be considered a startup anymore. But the company is still entrepreneurial in nature, and growth is still constant. Seven jobs are open at its headquarters in downtown Durham, and they range from marketing manager to software engineer to customer support specialist to technical project manager. All the details here.
A new fund is forming in Durham, and it’s all about preserving the success of the African American-owned businesses within Durham’s Black Wall Street. Its founder is lawyer Christopher Shella, who is working on an MBA at UNC-Chapel Hill. He’s looking for a CFO to join the founding team.
American Underground’s first CODE2040 EIR focused on making the Durham startup community more inclusive has helped implement a series of minority entrepreneurship events in Durham. He’s also helped to increase the diversity of members in the startup campus. His yearlong term ends this spring, and he’ll be replaced by a new EIR. The organization behind the program is taking applications through January 11. Details here.
This New York City startup with UNC-Chapel Hill roots and a Cary-based investor is hiring a development team in Durham, with five positions for senior and junior developers, and front-end and QA engineers. Cosmic Cart pairs publishers with e-commerce retailers to easily sell products through content. Here are the jobs.
The Internet of Things startup has been hiring nonstop since raising its nearly $2 million round earlier this year, but one job is still open, a leader for its team of field engineers. K4 has contracts that will let it implement connected home solutions in senior care facilities across the United States, helping to make it a leader in the growing movement nationally. This person will lead the team that develops a process for installation and training in all those facilities. Here’s the description.
Just months after landing a new round of funding, the Durham startup that makes it easy for e-commerce companies to collect payment is still beefing up its team. Jobs open are sales related, including business development, sales rep and an account executive. Apply here.
A sales rep and account executive, along with an Android developer, are needed to expand the team revolutionizing transit with apps, on-demand transportation options and powerful analytics for public transit agencies. Job descriptions here.
Details are slim about this new app, dreamt up by a venture analyst at Chapel Hill’s Union Grove Venture Partners with the goal of connecting people around the world. He’s looking for a co-founding mobile developer, specifically skilled in Android development. Here’s the description on AngelList.
As WedPics continues to dominate the wedding photography market and line up customers for its follow-up app PHOTO, it needs a pair of mobile developers for Android and iOS as well as a marketing manager specializing in user acquisition and a marketing data analyst. The startup is in the midst of a new round of funding to fuel is growth. Jobs are here.
This Salesforce consulting company based in American Underground needs a software engineer capable of building user interfaces or back end solutions on the Force.com platform, and for a variety of clients in various industries. Here’s the description.
Or….apply to an accelerator
If you’re working on your own startup, The Startup Factory is recruiting a new cohort after a short hiatus this fall. Applications for the accelerator program, which invests up to $200,000 in its portfolio companies, are open through January 10 for a March 14 start date. Apply here.