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Nov. 26, 2018 1:01 pm

Looking to lead? On the Market has details on tech job openings in Baltimore

Our hiring column features a pair of key roles in software engineering, and a look at job postings around the tech community.

Betamore's front desk at City Garage.

(Photo by Stephen 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.


Betamore is hiring an executive director.

The South Baltimore tech incubator is seeking an executive director to lead the team and day-to-day operations. Working with the board of directors, the executive director will work “to position Betamore for both growth and expansion, so that it may realize its full potential, while maximizing the impact of its outcomes, according to a job description. The person in this role is responsible for overseeing growth in Betamore’s community, coworking at its City Garage campus HQ and education programming.

Leafly is hiring an engineering manager.

The cannabis tech company that offers recommendations and media is seeking a software engineering manager to lead developers on a cross-functional team. The teams consist of 4-8 web, API and mobile engineers, and work with product and design leads. Leafly opened a Baltimore office on Central Ave. earlier this year.

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Fastspot is seeking a back-end web developer.

The Hampden web design agency is looking to hire a developer with experience building Drupal sites. The team prizes interdisciplinary work, so collaborating with strategists, designers and other developers is a key aspect of the role.

LiveChair is hiring an inside sales consultant.

The startup which helps barber shops operate more efficiently and provide community health connections is adding to its sales team as it looks to expand. Live Chair recently relocated to Maryland, and received investment from MCVC Partners, as we reported.

Point3 Security is hiring a web developer.

The ETC–based cybersecurity company that created training platform Escalate is seeking a developer to join the team. This developer will create features across the platform, and the startup is seeking someone with proficiency in Python/Flask, Javascript and SQL.

TrackOff is hiring a chief engineer.

On the Technical.ly jobs board, we spotted a lead for a chief software engineer at Canton-based TrackOFF. The digital privacy company helps users control their data from online tracking. The role involves researching, prototyping and developing new technology, with a focus on iOS and macOS development.

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