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Yet Analytics is hiring an Enterprise Sales Executive
The startup bringing data interoperability to training is looking for a full-time salesperson to build on traction. According to COO Brit Keller, the team is seeking candidates with experience in new business development and enterprise software sales. Along with working at a realLIST company, it’s also a chance to work out of the company’s recently-opened downtown office.
Contrast Security is seeking a Full Stack Python Engineer.
The application security startup with an office in Natty Boh Tower made a splash last year during Baltimore Innovation Week with a $16 million Series B. A year later, the company is looking for an engineer to develop instrumentation agents for Python.
ToxTrack is looking for a software engineer.
The cheminformatics company builds chemical maps that use machine learning to help characterize compounds. It’s hiring a software engineer with front and back-end experience.
PaRaBaL is hiring a Chief Development Architect.
Want to lead an engineering team? This company based at Spark Baltimore is seeking experienced candidates to head up development of a new mobile software program.
Maryland State Police is seeking a .net developer.
We spotted this one on the Baltimore Tech Jobs Facebook page. The Reisterstown-based agency is looking for a dev to work on Windows projects. Given the agency, it’s a chance to contribute to public safety.
Baltimore Innovation Week runs Sept. 29-Oct. 7. On the hiring front, we’re offering free jobs board postings through the end of the open calendar of tech events. Here’s a look at some more openings currently on the jobs board:
- Developer at SmartLogic
- CRM Business Analyst at 14West
- PostgreSQL Developer/Admin at ExperisIT
- DevOps Engineer at ManPower Group
- Lead Engineer at Gemstone Biotherapeutics
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