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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.
Fresh off winning $100,000 to close out ETC’s 2018 cohort of Accelerate Baltimore, the startup is seeking a lead developer for its app that provides podcast recommendations. This is a chance to get in on the ground floor of a startup, as the posting bills it as “a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to join an early-stage startup with a proven CEO (that’s Mark McTamney, previously an early employee of Parking Panda), product, funding, and momentum at a key time of growth.”
Loyola University Maryland is seeking an entrepreneur in residence to help launch a new center.
The Baltimore higher education institution is launching the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship this fall. Having brought aboard Wendy Bolger as director, Loyola is now seeking an entrepreneur in residence to teach, help lead programming and represent the center in the local community.
Code in the Schools is looking to bring on a computer science instructor.
As the Baltimore computer science education nonprofit teaching in 20 schools and community centers is expanding, the team is looking to add a full-time computer science instructor.
Stanley Black and Decker is seeking a Software Product Designer.
The household brand has a growing operation in Baltimore County. This posting is based out of its Infrastructure Innovation Center, focused on the technology that could change the industry of hand-held and mounted tools. Though it’s working for a big organization, the posting puts a premium on candidates thriving in small environments and bringing ideas to the table.
More postings from the Technical.ly jobs board:
- ERP Operations Specialist at 14 West.
- Full Stack Engineer at Armada Health.
- IT Specialist at Terbium Labs.
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