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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.
Zentail has open positions in operations, product and sales and marketing.
The Columbia-based ecommerce company closed on a $5 million Series A in late October, and cut the ribbon on its new open office with room to grow. Current open roles include product developer and ecommerce manager.
Arena is hiring a senior data scientist.
The Baltimore-based startup using predictive analytics to change hiring at healthcare systems seeks a data scientist with more than three years of product experience that will work on new machine learning and AI methods. The company raised $10.8 million earlier this year, and has a number of open roles.
The Baltimore Orioles are seeking analytics talent.
The local Major League Baseball team is in the midst of a rebuild under new General Manager Mike Elias and just-named Manager Brandon Hyde. Leaders have said part of that is a renewed commitment to analytics. With that comes an offseason search for technologists. According to its website, the team is hiring an analyst to create datasets that can help executives make baseball decisions. The positions are reporting to the assistant general manager for analytics, a role which went to former NASA engineer and Astros exec Sig Mejdal last month.
Byte Back is hiring a site director in Baltimore.
The D.C.–founded tech inclusion nonprofit that specializes in digital training and career growth is expanding to Baltimore next year. Ahead of the move, the organization is hiring a leader on the ground in the city to establish partnerships and build a foundation of student recruitment.
— Byte Back (@ByteBackDC) November 19, 2018
Pinkaloo is hiring a senior front-end developer.
BurnAlong is hiring developers.
Fresh off a new $1.3 million funding round, the Pikesville–based health and fitness startup is hiring for full stack and mobile developers. Fit with the team is more important than fitting the job description.
Key Tech is hiring computer engineers.
The Federal Hill firm that specializes in custom design and engineering is seeking computer engineers to work on embedded systems, creating firmware and software.
Again Ranked one of the region’s Top Places To Work by the Baltimore Sun, Key Tech is hiring! Check out our open positions @ https://t.co/kKRbjnt2Z9
— Key Tech, Inc. (@keytechinc) December 5, 2018
More postings from the Technical.ly jobs board:
- Web developer at 14 West.
- Python Backend Web Developer at Bio-Rad Laboratories.
- Front-End Developer at Asymmetrik.
- Developer at SmartLogic.
- iOs/Swift Developer at TrackOFF.
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