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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.
Payfully is hiring for a product manager.
The Greenpoint-based fintech startup works in the bookings space, particularly with Airbnb property owners. Founded by Alberto Sheinfeld and Luis Scull, the company recently graduated from Entrepreneur’s Roundtable Accelerator and has been hiring since the summer.
“We are looking for a Product Manager in NYC with experience building consumer-facing products, and working with local and remote teams,” Sheinfeld explained in an email.
Gimlet Media is looking for a producer.
Downtown Brooklyn’s podcast leaders have an opening for a producer on its podcast Every Little Thing, which is about weird stuff. If you get the gig, you’ll soon be working out of Gimlet’s palace of an office they just signed a lease for.
— Gimlet (@Gimletmedia) November 20, 2017
Are you CFO material? Bring your talents to Fluent City.
Fluent City brings learning online through language and STEM courses. It’s got a six-figure director of finance position open with your name on it.
Feather is looking for a front end dev.
Fresh off a $3.5 million raise, the furniture-renting-for-millennials is looking for an engineer who can help assure our generation remains completely mobile and never has to own anything again.
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