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 international travel software for colleges to behavioral economics research to farm produce preservation to on-demand lawn care. The types of positions range from software and mobile development to sales, marketing and customer service.
Check out the full list below. (And here’s last month’s edition.)
A strategic marketing analyst is needed at Duke University to research the demand and markets for new online courses, programs, certificates and degrees. This person will provide recommendations to Duke’s leadership about new opportunities to enhance online education offerings for the institution’s schools and departments. This two-year term position is paired with a comprehensive benefits package. Find out more and apply here.
ADDITIONAL STARTUP JOBS:
By helping employers hire from referrals, this Cary-based HR tech startup can connect job seekers to companies that best fit their skill set. The EmployUs mobile and web platform opens an employer’s network to job candidates who are ready to engage in a new position. EmployUs is hiring a software engineer, customer success manager, marketing manager and an account executive to keep up with customer growth. Listings here.
Since its start in 2013, the software development firm based at HQ Raleigh has designed, prototyped and produced more than 50 iterations of 20 apps for its startup clients, including local creative collaboration space Imurj and community management software startup ServusConnect. Vaporware is hiring a software developer to continue the firm’s momentum going forward. Description 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, funds helping it add new hires in sales, design and software engineering. More here.
This Durham software company helps Realtors better target potential home buyers through online advertising. Adwerx is growing fast, and plans to add three inside sales and customer success representatives, two developers and an executive assistant/office administrator to the team. View the listings and apply here.
Fresh off its $25 million Series C raise, the Raleigh product management software startup is hiring customer service professionals, engineers, product designers, a sales rep and marketing manager. Here’s 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.
Raleigh-based Stealz is a platform that lets businesses 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 built a base of avid app users and high profile customers like McDonald’s and Taco Bell, all while growing revenue and team headcount. As it strategizes ways to integrate services into corporate brand apps this year, Stealz is hiring in sales, marketing and client success. Listings here.
This Raleigh cloud services company is scaling fast in the year since spinning out of its parent company. NeoCloud doubled its headcount last year and plans to continue growing the team with a batch of fresh jobs in IT engineering, marketing and sales available now. Details here.
After closing a $2 million round led by Lowe’s, making three acquisitions and expanding to more markets in North Carolina, the Cary startup that delivers on-demand lawn care services is hiring in Cary, Raleigh and at its new office in Charlotte. Openings are for a Salesforce administrator and two landscaping specialists. Read more and apply here.
This Chapel Hill edtech company works with universities to meet their global travel needs. The software streamlines processes like planning and organizing study abroad trips or lining up enrollment for international transfer programs. Terra Dotta has clients across the world., including many campuses in the UNC system. After a fresh fundraise, the company hopes to hire an office assistant and a front end developer. Listings here.
A pair of roles are up for grabs at Duke’s behavioral economics research lab, the Center for Advanced Hindsight. An affiliate of the Social Science Research Institute, the lab is seeking a research associate to help plan and conduct experiments, analyze data and report results, and an associate director of development to help raise money for the center. Listings here.
This Durham-based sales management software company has a SaaS product that automatically generates qualified sales and marketing leads. Backed by investors such as Silicon Valley-based Sovereign’s Capital, RevBoss is on the hunt for new talent to join its team at American Underground. Open positions include a business development representative and a software engineer. Listings here.
Raleigh biotech startup Ribowiz Scientific delivers customized tech services and licensing to clients in the life sciences industry, so they can easily produce proteins for use in developing medicines and as treatments for disease. The company is hiring for three roles on its business development team: manager, assistant and intern. Listings here.
San Francisco-headquartered Dor has a customer traffic analytics solution that retailers can easily install in their stores to calculate conversion rates and marketing effectiveness, while optimizing their staffing. In May, the company closed a $3.8 million round to continue its 100 percent month-to-month growth since its founding two years ago by two ex-Apple engineers. Dor expanded to Durham this year and is hiring a director of marketing and marketing associate. Listings here.
This Durham startup provides early detection for treatable newborn congenital disorders, by supplying affordable and effective screening technology to healthcare professionals worldwide. Baebies is hiring in several departments, including engineering, manufacturing, sales, marketing and operations. See all listings 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. Just this week, FilterEasy announced a $6.9 million round from Arsenal Venture Partners in Florida, Cofounders Capital, IDEA Fund Partners and other well known investors. The startup is growing its sales, product and customer support teams. Listings here.
After building a product that freezes farm-grown produce to later sell to grocery stores, Hillsborough-based Seal the Seasons has gained traction in the last year—joining the FoodFutureCo accelerator in New York and now selling produce on shelves in hundreds of stores in the region. It’s hiring a marketing specialist to grow the brand’s following. Read more here.
This SaaS mobile and web platform provides customer service tools to commercial service contractors that allow for open communication and coordination between office staff and field technicians. ServiceTrade is growing its team in Durham, offering a handful of new jobs in software development, customer support, sales and marketing. Details here.
With awards for user experience and visual design, this Durham agency is building apps for clients in health and research, education and business. Founded in 2008, Little Green Software was named (and inspired by) the movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind, in which little green aliens inspire earthlings: “Like the characters in the movie, we aim to be imaginative, innovative, and inspired in all that we do.” The firm is looking to add a software engineer to its team. Apply here.
Verified Studios works with higher education institutions and corporations to create and manage digital learning programs. The agency guides its clients through the process, from developing and executing the programming to marketing the courses. The company is seeking a director of sales and a user experience designer to join its Durham team. Listings and descriptions can be found here.
With payment software for merchants, platforms and payment providers, Spreedly bases its payments solutions around clients’ changing business needs. The startup surpassed 100 customers last year, and continues to grow as mobile and online payment options evolve. A pair of positions are open for a security manager and a senior software engineer. 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. Its growing sales and product development teams, seeking four engineers and an enterprise account executive. View the listings here.
This Cary-based edtech startup helps schools all over the U.S. adopt mobile technology to help better serve their students, who increasingly look to smartphones and tablets as vehicles for learning. Appazur needs a mobile app specialist to improve the delivery process for its SaaS programs. Read more here.