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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.
Johns Hopkins Medicine’s Technology Innovation Center has five openings.
The TIC is a team of designers, software engineers and product leaders that work with clinicians to bring tech-based solutions into clinical settings. Currently, the team has five openings spanning software development to systems engineering with a specific focus on Mulesoft.
emocha mobile health is hiring tech roles.
The Baltimore startup bringing mobile video technology to help patients adhere to medication regimens is seeing expansion into work with local organizations in opioid addiction treatment and diabetes. The FastForward 1812-based team is also growing. Among a handful of openings are for a software engineer and software QA analyst.
Forcepoint is hiring a senior software engineer.
The cybersecurity firm that moved into Baltimore via the acquisition of RedOwl Analytics is seeking a candidate to work alongside a small team of back-end Java engineers. Along with writing high-level software, a description states the Federal Hill office has a reflection room onsite.
LMD Agency is hiring a web developer.
Spotted on the Baltimore Tech Jobs Facebook group: The Laurel-based marketing and branding agency is hiring a web developer who will focus on creating websites in open source CMS platforms including WordPress and Drupal. Also among the qualifications is experience coding in PHP.
UMBC is seeking faculty in computer science and computer engineering.
Professors wanted in Baltimore County. The institution’s Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering has openings for tenured and tenure-track positions that start in the fall 2019 semester. The Ph.D-level positions combine research and teaching, but the area of expertise are open to “all areas of specialization.”
Blackpoint Cyber is looking for a senior sales engineer.
The Ellicott City-based cybersecurity company is seeking an experienced candidate with knowledge of defensive cyber solutions. The sales engineer will work with the Blackpoint’s sales and engineering teams on security solutions to fit a client. The company, which makes a platform called SNAP-Defense that maps network devices and isolates threats to stop them from spreading, raised $6 million in 2018.
— Blackpoint Cyber (@BlackpointUS) January 28, 2019
NET/WORK Baltimore is coming in March.
The early word is out on NET/WORK 2019, Technical.ly’s annual jobs fair. If you’re looking for a new position or seeking to hire, find a fit on your calendar for the evening of March 14 at University of Baltimore’s Thumel Business Center.
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