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 shannon@exitevent.com.

This month’s job list includes a mix of companies from around the Triangle, from a venture capital fund to local event discovery app to wearable sensor maker. The types of positions range from mobile and software engineering to graphic design, data science and marketing. Check out the full list below. (And here’s last month’s edition.)


After winning a grant in NC IDEA’s latest collective $250,000 funding cycle, the Raleigh startup that’s making onboarding/offboarding new and old employees less tedious and more secure is looking to add marketing and developer talent to its team. New hires will be key in helping Allstacks prep for full launch, as well as raise a seed round at the end of 2017’s first quarter. Check out the listings and apply here.

SJF Ventures

Following its largest fund-raise to date earlier this month, the Durham venture capital fund will capitalize on the momentum building globally around impact investing to add to its portfolio of startups having societal, environmental or social impact. It needs a part-time CFO to aid in accounting and administration. Read more about the position here. 


The Durham startup is making it easier for merchants, platforms and payment providers to work together. Its software lets web and mobile platforms work with multiple payment gateways at the same time. The early-stage company is expanding its team in its downtown Durham office with positions in engineering and customer support, as well as a few summer internships in design and data science. More here. 

Offline Media 

Earlier this year, Offline landed $700,000 from a group of strategic investors in the Triangle to take the app to new cities, appealing to advertisers like Uber and Ticketmaster. And earlier this month, it raised even more capital to help expand its offerings. Right now, the startup is hiring “proactive people who are ready to make an immediate impact.” Several roles are up for grabs, such as product manager and COO, iOS developer, rails engineer and head of growth. Details here.  


This Raleigh software startup is looking to vamp up the size of its team after closing a $20 million series B round earlier this month, 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. Positions are open in back and front-end engineering, product management, sales and customer success. Check out the full list of openings here.


A Duke University student-founded startup has wearable sensors that track athletes’ biomechanics during pre-hab, rehab and performance. The goal is to reduce recovery time and ultimately improve training efficiency. BioMetrix is on the hunt for two mobile developers to aid in advancing features within its product. Read more and apply here.

theCoderSchool Cary 

Though this job is a bit stray from our typical listings, we feel that those within the Triangle’s entrepreneurial circle may be qualified to fill it. TheCoderSchool Cary is looking to fill a position for a part-time programming instructor, who will be responsible for teaching kids ages 6-14 how to code. Find out more here.

Zift Solutions

Zift, which raised a large VC round last year, works with clients like Red Hat, HP and Autodesk to coordinate marketing initiatives with channel partners and boost sales. As it grows, the company is looking to add some new employees to its offices in Raleigh and Durham. Current job openings span the areas of web and graphic design, customer success, channel marketing and software development. Details here.


The high-growth digital marketing company headquartered in Morrisville is boosting sales and marketing efforts to add more national brands with local affiliates to its customer base. To help with that, Netsertive has a plethora of openings in sales, marketing, client success and software engineering. The full list is here.

Research Triangle Foundation

To assist with short and long-term planning and development activities for Research Triangle Park, the organization is adding a senior planner to its leadership team. The position involves a heavy emphasis on implementation of the RTP Master Plan, including the design and development of the new 100-acre Park Center. More here. 


This Internet of Things startup packs the latest in smart technology into a single system to assist older adults and individuals living with disabilities. With growing revenue, a plan to expand further in Raleigh with its $8 million Series A investment from Intel Capital, the company is seeking new employees in engineering, operations, product management and finance. Computer science interns are a must too! Apply here. 


Two developers, a VP of enterprise sales, a sales specialist, an account manager and an accountant are the latest needs at the Durham software company helping Realtors better target potential home buyers through online advertising. Those positions are listed here.  


The Durham SaaS startup provides food safety, quality management and traceability software to restaurants, food retailers and consumer packaged goods companies. FoodLogiQ is looking for a senior front-end developer to help build new products and expand its customer base. Details on the job are here.  


More than 25 Fortune 500 companies on six continents use Viptela’s network infrastructure technology to connect their facilities, users and applications. The company is looking to add a customer support engineer to its Raleigh-Durham office. Read more and apply here. 

Trusted Metrics

This Raleigh-headquartered information security firm is looking for a dynamic technical marketing manager to bridge the gap between Trusted Metrics and its current and prospective channel partners, as well as recommend data-driven strategies for partner marketing. More here. 

Arinda Trading 

This Raleigh software startup is building a reliable platform for active stock and options traders. Arinda Trading is seeking a software developer with high experience levels to help build its desktop application. Read more about the position and it’s various benefits and bonus opportunities here.

This month’s featured startup jobs from EmployUs:


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