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 spreadsheet technology to gaming to wearable devices to customized advertising. The types of positions range from engineering and design to marketing, sales and business development.
Check out the full list below. (And here’s last month’s edition.)
The organizers of the annual music/art/technology festival in Durham are looking for more talented individuals to join the Moogfest team. Current openings are for a graphic designer and a video producer. The deadline to submit applications is September 1 at 5 p.m. Check out the descriptions here and here.
Durham-based Farmhouse is a software development consultancy firm that helps clients bring software to market in the most cost-effective way possible. It does so by handling the research, design, strategy, development and management of software-based products. The startup is seeking a front-end developer for a contract-to-hire position to serve as the primary developer for its new SaaS platform for logistics and shipping. Description here.
After landing a strategic and financial partnership with McClatchy to boost sales, audience and innovation efforts, Raleigh-based Offline Media is bringing its event-discovery app to new markets. To help drive more growth in its Triangle, Charlotte and Nashville markets, the startup is hiring a head of growth, an iOS developer and two digital content specialists (one freelance, one full-time). More here.
This Triangle startup is building a platform that can serve as a communication channel between users and people they’d like to get advice from—whether they’re colleagues, entrepreneurs or startup mentors, people from their alumni network or other professionals in their field. Protopia is looking for someone to help drive its sales efforts, building relationships with prospective member organizations and networks. Read more here.
At its office in downtown Raleigh, this SaaS startup is developing technology to help organizations adapt paper forms and documents to a digital platform, so they can easily access order forms, reports and other materials with their smartphones and/or tablets. Some of the startup’s customers include ADT, Toshiba and Bridgestone. Openings include an account executive and a sales development representative. Listings here.
This Durham-based venture capital firm invests $100,000 to $750,000 in seed and early stage companies across the Southeast, and will often reinvest in its portfolio startups as they grow. Earlier this year, IDEA Fund was named North Carolina’s most active venture fund by CB Insights. The firm is looking for a business development associate and a network and office manager to join its team in Durham. More here.
Chapel Hill-based Academic Benchmarking Consortium has developed a data analytics platform tailored to finance executives in higher education. ABC’s member universities, which range from UNC and NC State to Rutgers University and UC Berkeley, can compare their institutions’ data against that of its peers to inform future decisions related to costs and expenses. ABC is hiring a client services manager to work with new and current clients on their data submissions. Description here.
A Morrisville startup with software for creative production management, inMotionNow needs to grow its team in preparation for faster growth. After winning Triangle Business Journal’s Best Places to Work award last year, inMotionNow is adding a customer success manager, an enterprise sales executive and account development representative. View the full list of openings here.
Durham-based Shoeboxed has a series of platforms to help users “go paperless with accurate, verified data.” Through their mobile devices, users can scan and organize receipts and business cards to archive in a secure location. Shoeboxed needs a mobile developer to help design, develop and implement features and improvements to new and existing apps, and a front-end developer to assist in reinventing the core platform and help create a new product. More here.
This company has a business intelligence tool aimed toward marketing and advertisers who rely on spreadsheet platforms like Excel to analyze data. Factivate wants to improve the data analysis experience, building new spreadsheet systems that automate the process of entering, formatting and managing data. The startup seeks a growth hacker/business development leader and a marketing intern to join its team in Durham. Listings here and here.
Founded in 2011 by former Bronto employees, Windsor Circle has raised millions in local and nationally-sourced capital to back its predictive marketing software for e-commerce retail companies. With steady revenue from clients like LOREAL and Johnson & Johnson, the startup is seeking to add more employees to its team in Durham—a people operations manager, a strategic account executive and an email/web developer. Listings here.
At its offices in Charlotte and Raleigh, Audio Advice is building and providing high-performance audio, home theater and home audio systems to customers in North and South Carolina. The startup is adding to its Raleigh team, to help grow an e-commerce platform for its suite of home audio products. Open positions include a supply chain and marketplaces analyst, a part-time video production and marketing specialist, and an installation technician. Listings 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. K4Connect is growing fast, landing new partnerships with senior living communities and services in and outside of North Carolina. The company is continuing an ambitious plan to expand its office in Raleigh with job openings in engineering and sales. Listings here.
This venture-backed Durham startup has a platform for real estate agents that uses predictive analytics and machine learning to determine who in their network is most likely to buy a home at any given time. The platform also suggests ways for agents to target them, and integrates with leading real estate technologies to make it easier to do so. The company is ready to hire talent in data science and engineering, sales, development, operations and customer success. Listings here.
Raleigh’s Exit Intel has a platform designed to generate more sales for ecommerce sites, by increasing customer engagement, email subscriber sign-ups and social media sharing. Exit Intel is seeking a full stack developer and a graphic and experience designer to join its team. Read more and find out how to apply here and here.
This global workflow tech company has a cloud-based platform for businesses to outsource back-office work they would otherwise have to take on themselves. The system, priced through a subscription model, connects clients with teams in Nepal or Kenya that manage day-to-day routine tasks, meeting the hours and skill sets companies need for outsourced projects. A new $7.3 million Series B round gives CloudFactory support to grow its Durham team from 12 to 26. For now, it’s hiring an inside sales representative and a sales development representative. Listings here.
Samanage, a Triangle Business Journal Best Places to Work award winner, is a fast-growing company that provides cloud-based IT service desk solutions. In December last year, the startup closed an investment round, and then opened a new SaaS-based enterprise service desk on the Salesforce AppExchange. At its headquarters in Cary, Samanage has a number of job openings in technical services, product management, finance and sales. Descriptions here.
Adzerk supplies a suite of APIs for customers who want to build their own fully customized ad servers. The startup has worked with companies as well-known as Reddit, Yummly and Imgur. For the employees working at its Durham headquarters, Adzerk offers some unique perks and benefits, including a Macbook and Thunderbolt display, unlimited paid vacation, ping pong, Mario Kart and board games, and Wednesday chair massages. To show its dedication to employees, Adzerk has written its own Constitution to ensure workers’ rights and needs are met. A software engineering position is up for grabs. Description here.
With a mission to revolutionize the cooling and heating industry, Durham’s Phononic is developing solid-state semiconductor technology to suit thermal management needs. The startup has been featured on CNBC’s 2016 and 2017 Disruptor 50 lists, and is “calling all disruptors” to apply to join its team. Openings include a hardware/firmware engineer, a regulatory and compliance engineer, and a director of marketing communications. Listings here.
Chapel Hill’s Know Me equips people living with communication challenges with mobile and web apps to express their wants and needs. Through apps, users can create content such as a daily routine or a lineup of their favorite activities, and share that content with friends and family. The startup is seeking an executive assistant to help manage day-to-day operations alongside the CEO and Know Me team. Read the description and find out how to apply here.
This content development firm, based in Raleigh, helps clients turn ideas into something that can be showcased online, whether it’s a website, brand or online training module, or a new blog or social media platform. Its portfolio exhibits a diverse range of clients, from Shaw University to Duke’s Renal Cell Carcinoma initiative to the American Institute of CPAs. Reify is seeking two new hires, an e-learning developer and an instructional designer. Listings here.
CloudBees is run by the developers of Jenkins, an award-winning open-source software automation server. The company offers software development teams a suite of tools (all built off the Jenkins platform) to build, test and deploy their products. CloudBees is headquartered in California, but expanded to an office in Raleigh last year. There, it is seeking new talent for a handful of positions on its engineering and customer success teams. Listings here.
Duke University student-founded Fathom (formerly BioMetrix) has a wearable AI device that tracks and interprets athletes’ movement data, and helps them personalize training to fit their individual biomechanical needs. The goal is to monitor risk factors and improve the quality of athletes’ training so they can better reach their potential. Fathom is seeking a junior biomedical engineer and a NCAA client relations manager to join its team in Durham. Listings here and here.
Raleigh’s Boss Key Productions is run by veterans of the gaming industry. The startup just debuted a new game to the public market, LawBreakers, and it’s already receiving national attention among avid gamer communities. Boss Key is looking for new talent to join its team, with openings ranging from gameplay engineer to character artist to full stack developer. Listings here.
The beverage startup that got its start in a Duke University dorm room using tea leaves, fruit juice and a kitchen pot, has grown to become one of the fastest-growing brand names in the energy drink brand scene. The five-year-old company has an avid consumer following throughout the southeastern part of the U.S., and is building on that momentum this year. So far in 2017, MATI has raised $5 million in two rounds as it expands its footprint to more retail markets. Current job openings at MATI include an executive assistant to the CEO and a field sales representative. More information here.
With a presence in college towns throughout the United States, UConnection is a location-specific mobile app that provides exclusive deals for students looking to save money on dining and nightlife. It was founded in 2012 by two UNC undergrads, who completed the third cohort of the Launch Chapel Hill accelerator. Last year UConnection was acquired by marketing/media firm AroundCampus, which is helping the app expand to even more national markets. In Chapel Hill, UConnection hiring a regional account manager and a marketing director. Descriptions here and here.
The founders of UConnection are building a new startup in Chapel Hill called Hyperspace Ventures. It’s a digital firm made up of designers, developers and product experts who are helping entrepreneurs and organizations build mobile apps and websites. The new startup showcases a portfolio of clients from Durham boutique For Alma to the men’s tennis program at UNC. Hyperspace Ventures is hiring in research, engineering, graphic design, product management and business development, plus a few internships. View the full list here.
This Raleigh startup is shaping the budding drone industry with technology that turns drone data into valuable insights. Last year, PrecisionHawk was the first-ever company to secure permission from the Federal Aviation Administration to fly its drones beyond the operator’s visual line of sight. And since then, the startup has been hard at work advancing its technology and software platforms, and growing its headcount. PrecisionHawk is seeking new hires for its software development and marketing teams. Browse listings here.
This Raleigh telehealth startup has developed mobile and web applications for automated workflow management. The platforms enable in-home caregiving agencies to coordinate with patients and communicate with their families. Last year, Savii raised $1.1 million in seed funding from Cofounders Capital, RTP Capital and other investors to help build and scale the company. It’s seeking a digital media intern to assist with digital marketing strategies and content execution. Read more here.