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May 1, 2017 12:33 pm

Get a new job, you deserve it

On the Market has some four (4) options for you.
That new job smell.

That new job smell.

(Photo by Tajha Chappellet-Lanier)

On the Market is a 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.

Justin Howell and Kirk Voltz didn’t necessarily expect to launch a savings app for millennials. The cofounders behind Rize, a Clarendon-based fintech company, came from diverse backgrounds. Howell worked in private equity before becoming an entrepreneur, but quit when he realized he was “tired of making rich people richer.”

And Voltz? He was a fine artist “years ago” before moving into magazine design and finally web design and UI/UX. What drew him to the entrepreneurial lifestyle? “I’ve always wanted to make a bigger difference,” Voltz told in a recent interview.

A common interest to help people (save money) is what connects the Rize team, and if you share this desire then Rize is hiring — join the company as a backend engineer.


Want an engineering job that touches all (ok, many many) elements of the internet? Go work for Amazon Web Services. The cloud computing giant is looking for a System Development Engineer to raise the bar on the security of cloud computing and who can ascribe to the motto “Work Hard, Have Fun, Make History.”


Capital One, while technically a bank, is consistently trying to raise the profile of its D.C.-based digital team. It has cool offices, it hosts events and it cares about diversity. Now Capital One is seeking a Scrum Master Manager to be an agile development cheerleader for one or more teams. The scrum master manager will help other scrum masters succeed and work to keep teams focused and collaborating. Dive into the expectations and qualifications for the role here.



Want to be involved in the tech world, but more of a people person? Byte Back, D.C.’s nonprofit that teaches computer skills to underserved adults in the city and recent winner of WeWork’s Creator Awards D.C. edition, is hiring an executive assistant. This person will help Executive Director Elizabeth Lindsey do all that she does while Byte Back scales into Maryland and beyond. Check out the role here.

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