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Firaxis Games teased a few opportunities to work on a ‘jaw-dropping’ new project.
The Sparks-based studio where video game legend Sid Meier is a cofounder is behind games like Civilization III (and beyond) and XCOM. The team sounds ready to make another big splash, judging by a recent tweet from designer Jake Solomon. They’re also ready to bring on devs for the effort in roles like Senior DevOps Engineer, UI Programmer and more.
I can't say what we're working on. But I can say that your jaw might just drop (in a good way) if you knew. Talented Devs, please come join our talented, passionate, and most importantly, friendly and respectful team:https://t.co/Awwja7QxvA
— Jake Solomon (@SolomonJake) August 29, 2018
CallTrackingMetrics is seeking a Digital Marketing Manager and Software Engineer.
Spotted on the Technical.ly jobs board, the Severna Park–based company bringing analytics to business calls is seeking a manager to oversee digital campaigns and SEO strategy that help lead to sales. Experience with digital advertising is key in this role, both with platforms and creating content.
emocha Mobile Health is hiring in engineering and design.
FX Well is hiring a UI/UX Designer.
The Baltimore company offers a digital platform as part of an an integrated health and wellness program for organizations. It’s seeking a designer looking to work in a startup environment with talents in interaction and information architecture.
More postings from the Technical.ly jobs board:
- Software Product Designer at Stanley Black and Decker.
- Full Stack Engineer at ArmadaHealth.
- Account Executive at Protenus.
- Web Developer at 14West.
- Developer at SmartLogic.
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