Are you ready to NET/WORK?
Technical.ly’s flagship tech jobs fair and networking event, where we bring together top tech companies in the area looking for new talent, returns to Baltimore this Wednesday at the Assembly Room — which means now is a good time for you to learn some of the interesting bits that make each company or organization unique.
We’re really feeling that Oprah energy for you — “You get a job! You get a job! You get a job!”
Below, we’re highlighting five of the 20 companies that you’ll want to meet. Learn about the companies and their open roles, and you’ll be prepared to meet their hiring teams on Wednesday. Keep an eye out for more coverage starting Monday covering the data behind NET/WORK, more jobs (!!!) and special spotlight stories.
This tech skills training program is a sign that bootcamps can work, with the company reporting that its job-seeking graduates are finding careers at leading companies like Google, Apple, BlackRock and even NASA.
- Currently looking for Bootcamp students and a Governance Risk Compliance, Strategy and Analysis, and Threat Intelligence Instructor
At this unit of a local publishing firm with a growing technical team, employees and their career path are front and center. Read more on its Technical.ly Culture page.
- Currently looking for a Front End Developer, Senior Dataops Engineer, Senior JAVA Spark Engineer and more
Steeped in light, swaddled in lush, leafy plants and set to the quiet hum of hard work, this web and mobile product development consultancy’s workspace has been finely tuned for productivity. The Canton-based custom web and mobile application company has made a name for itself within both the tech startup scene and the Fortune 500 crowd.
Baltimore City Office of Information and Technology
Here’s a workplace with a mission: This local government office looks to offer sustainable infrastructure and technology to support City departments, communities, businesses and mayoral goals.
- Currently looking for a Sr. Cyber Security Engineer
This Fulton, Maryland-based company offers “comprehensive cloud governance software that allows organizations to manage their multi-cloud presence at scale and, we hope, make our customers’ lives easier in the cloud,” it reports.
- Currently looking for a Front End Engineer, Azure DevOps Engineer, Full Stack Engineer, Digital Marketer and more.
That’s it for now! Register and share with your networks: You don’t want to miss this event.-30-
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