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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
This month’s job list includes a mix of companies from around the Triangle, from healthcare to apps to analytics to mobile development shops. The types of positions range from sales and marketing to engineering and product management to graphic design. Some internships are posted here too. Check out the full list below. (And here’s the March 2016 edition)
The healthcare software startup founded by a former Red Hat exec is adding a graphic and user experience designer and a product manager to the Raleigh-based team. Apply through LinkedIn or by sending a resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
The startup born at NC State University and out to prevent date rape is adding to its team a design engineer, industrial designer and a senior scientist who is an expert in diagnostics. The company has $1.5 million in venture capital to bring to market a nail polish that changes colors when it senses drugs in a spiked cocktail. The company has earned a great deal of national press. Check out the job descriptions on LinkedIn.
This venture-backed Durham startup uses predictive analytics to determine the people most likely to buy a home at any given time and connect them with real estate agents. The company has started to release subscriptions to the service and is ready to add a data scientist and product engineer to the team. Job descriptions are here.
Making spreadsheets smarter and easier to use in the cloud is the focus of this Durham-based startup. As the team readies to launch the product, it needs a marketing intern with some development experience. The ideal candidate will be up to the challenge of using KPI data to develop out of the box marketing strategies. You can read more about the position on AngelList.
This Raleigh startup founded in 2012 by two NC State students is changing how consumers manage their air filters. The company provides an online subscription service for air filters to be delivered straight to your door when it comes time to change them. After raising its latest round, the company needs a senior and a front-end developer. Job descriptions are here.
A Durham deve shop with a growing body of work with educational and healthcare institutions is scaling up big time with eight open jobs that range from design to development to project management to digital strategy. Company lunches, trips and events are among the perks at this development shop, as well as cool projects like this one with UNC. More here.
WeaveUp is a marketplace of crowdsourced designs that can be printed on various products for the home or office. Its CTO is Wade Minter, who previously served as CTO at AdWerx in Durham, and he’s in need of an experienced Ruby on Rails Developer. More details are on AngelList.
A front end developer is needed at the Durham startup with an app to keep you from getting distracted at work or school by blocking you from using your various devices and apps. The company raised $350,000 last year to accelerate its growth to what it hopes to be hundreds of millions of people around the world.
With a collaboration platform used by sports teams across the NCAA and a new deal with Adidas underway, the Durham startup founded by a Duke University football player is moving fast. Account manager and executive positions are open today.
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. The company has two openings for corporate counsel and a software engineer at its headquarters in downtown Durham. If you are looking for an opportunity that also provides sweet T-shirts and no meetings Mondays, then check out the positions here.
Director of DevOps engineering, UX designers and a summer intern are the latest needs at the Durham software company helping Realtors better target advertising online. Those and an administrator job are described here.
This healthcare software startup is based out of Franklin, TN but opening an East Coast office in the Triangle. It’ll fill out the team with multiple developers, a market development representative and product manager. More about the openings here.
Though this software company is based in Durham, it allows for its employees to work anywhere. Needs now are for an engineer and IT systems administrator. The ideal candidates would have a background in MySQL and Linux. Read the full job descriptions here.
The startup that brought us the energy drink we all know and love is looking to hire a new assistant territory manager, as well as numerous other positions such as brand ambassadors, marketing production assistant, and quality control intern. Based here in the Triangle, candidates should have experience in sales. We assume the job comes with free MATI as well.
This month’s featured startup jobs from EmployUs:
After recently raising a round of funding from an impressive lineup of investors, Offline Media is expanding its sales team. Know someone that would be a great for this local discovery startup? Refer them through EmployUs.
Growing at rapid speeds, O3 Creative is a local marketing agency focused on maximizing the return on client’s marketing dollars. This Raleigh firm is in need of a SEO specialist or a WordPress Developer to join the team. Check out the full job description on EmployUs.
Know an awesome sales development rep that would love to work for a socially responsible startup? Archive Social may just have the perfect job. One of its many perks is its location in the heart of American Underground in Durham. Check out the full description on EmployUs and learn how Archive Social helps protect more than 10 million social media records.
A popular local development shop, Vaporware, is looking for a design founder. This Raleigh firm clients with new ideas and existing products, working to make their technical visions come to life. With a super short turnaround time and focus on delivering what clients want, Vaporware is growing quickly and needs someone design-focused and driven to join the team.
Durham-based candle supply company CandleScience is growing and needs referrals for a senior Ruby developer. Its strategy is simple: find great people, take good care of them and give them a voice. Run incredibly efficient operations. Stay true to your passion and never settle. If you know someone that would be a good fit, make a referral through the EmployUs app today.