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On the Market: 11 job openings building tech and community in Baltimore

Our hiring column has the rundown on dev, coworking and incubator jobs in Baltimore.

Community space at Asymmetrik's offices. (Photo by Stephnen Babcock)

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.

ETC is seeking an Assistant Director.

Emerging Technology Centers is looking to hire a leader to manage outreach and strategic initiatives. This involves managing programming at the Highlandtown-based startup hub including its incubator, accelerator, Pioneer program for idea-stage founders and coworking space, as well as overseeing marketing efforts, partnerships and developing new programs.

Spark Baltimore is hiring for a pair of community-centered positions.

The coworking space at Inner Harbor’s Power Plant Live! has a pair of openings working with members and visitors to build culture at the space. There’s an opening for Community Manager, who helps provide members with resources, and oversees onsite events, programming for members and culture. Spark is also hiring a First Impressions Associate who will help in the effort to build culture, and serve as a first point of contact the space.

IMET has a pair of entrepreneurship-focused  openings.

The University System of Maryland’s Inner Harbor marine research center is hiring an Assistant Director to lead in recruitment of early stage companies and its Ratcliff Environmental Entrepreneur Fellow (REEF) program, as well as coordinating research and commercial activities with faculty. IMET is also hiring a manager for its Harbor Launch incubator to coordinate resources and build community among startups at the space.

idfive is hiring a senior front-end web developer.

After a recent move to MICA’s campus, the full-service marketing firm is seeking a developer to create mobile-first websites that are “pixel perfect.” Knowledge of HTML, CSS and JavaScript are required, as well as communication, multitasking and people skills generally.

Asymmetrik is hiring a full stack developer.

The tech and analytics firm has an opening for a developer to work on web applications, large-scale data storage and retrieval systems and data visualizations, just to name a few tasks. Earlier this year, the company tripled the size of its space with a move to a new office in Annapolis Junction.

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