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Oct. 9, 2017 11:02 am

Startups hiring this week: StrongArm Technologies, Propel, Voltaiq

Get your resumes ready, these three Brooklyn startups are growing and hiring.

Propel founder Jimmy Chen talks about how modern software can be used for social good.

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On the Market is a Technical.ly column where we highlight new and noteworthy job openings and the people who are lookin’. Got a submission? Email us and tell us why it belongs in the roundup.


Voltaiq is hiring for a senior applications engineer.

This Downtown Brooklyn–based battery startup builds software to make batteries work more efficiently and longer. Voltaiq raised $2 million last year and was included earlier this month on our 10 Brooklyn scientists to know list.

StrongArm Technologies is looking for engineers.

The New Lab–based company led by Sean Petterson makes equipment to help out manual laborers, kind of like an exoskeleton to take some of the weight and strain off their tasks.

StrongArm's V22 Ergoskeleton.

StrongArm’s V22 Ergoskeleton. (Courtesy photo)

Work in business operations for Propel.

The for-profit app that helps people navigate the paperwork-laden world of food stamps just received a $4 million round of seed funding this spring, including investments from the rapper Nas and basketball star Kevin Durant’s Durant Company. And also Andreessen Horowitz.

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Propel founder Jimmy Chen talks about how modern software can be used for social good.

Propel founder Jimmy Chen talks about how modern software can be used for social good.

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