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On the Market is a Technical.ly column where we highlight noteworthy job openings and the people who are lookin’. Got a submission? Email us and tell us why it belongs in the roundup.
SmartLogic is looking to provide a pathway to jobs for devs who recently completed a coding bootcamp or college program.
The Canton dev agency will begin an apprenticeship program for software developers on June 25. The program is looking to offer full immersion into working at the firm for up to three apprentices, with chances to improve skills and get support from SmartLogic’s team, said Director of Development Operations Dan Ivovich.
It could also lead to a full-time job.
“Our hope is that we will have both the work and the desire to hire people full-time after three months,” Ivovich said.
SmartLogic saw the approach being taken by others in the industry, and Ivovich believes it offers a chance to grow the team in a new way.
We're excited to announce our SmartLogic Summer Apprenticeship Program! 👩💻👨💻 Beginning June 25th, we'll be working with apprentices to help provide an accessible onramp to a career in professional software development. Learn more and apply! https://t.co/NvH3GJv2WY
— SmartLogic (@smartlogic) June 1, 2018
Tenable is hiring a Scala software engineer.
The Columbia cybersecurity company is getting bigger, with plans to move to a new headquarters in downtown Columbia’s tech district. This role will involve working with a small team, with contributions to every phase of a product.
Stanley Black & Decker is seeking a Senior UX/UI Designer.
The Towson-based company that’s associated with household tools is looking for a team member in Global Tools and Storage to create digital experiences. The role involves working across teams, from IT to digital marketing.
Sema is hiring a senior software engineer.
On the Technical.ly jobs board, we spotted a posting from an early-stage startup that’s looking to automate software maintenance. Or, as the post describes it, “writing code that fixes code.” The role calls for a “hands on the keyboard” developer looking to build something new.
Speaking of software engineers, a new study from Sparefoot and ZipRecruiter says Baltimore is third-best city in the country for software engineers. In the context of the study “best” means “where software engineers will see their paychecks go furthest and where opportunities are hot.” San Antonio and Pittsburgh ranked 1-2.
“Baltimore is in need of software engineers, and with top ten rankings in pay and cost of living, it’s hard to imagine those jobs won’t get filled soon,” the study states.
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