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Nov. 28, 2017 11:42 am

Plot your future with these 7 #dctech job openings

On the Market is back with openings at companies working in land rights, mapping and internet access.

At Mapbox's current digs.

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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.


DC Access is seeking a Network Infrastructure Manager.

The Internet Service Provider founded in 1999 offers WiFi, and also operates Free TV DC to install rooftop antennas for residents. The company is seeking a manager to coordinate network monitoring, construction and installations.

 

The Cadasta Foundation is hiring a Product Owner.

The nonprofit helps citizens in emerging economies who do not have formal land ownership documentation protect their rights. It’s looking for a team member to help develop its platform, which helps provide a record of land and resource rights. The position will serve as a link between partner organizations to establish priorities for the software.

Capterra is looking for a creative director and senior-level designers.

The Arlington-based company that makes a business software review platform is also hiring for a senior cloud architect, product report specialist and roles in customer success and business development.

Mapbox has a host of dev jobs open.

The location and mapping data company raised a $164 million Series C round in October, and the Washington Business Journal reports Mapbox is planning to relocate to a larger office next year. With the growth comes hiring, as the company has multiple mobile development, product manager and engineering roles open.

Decisiv is hiring a product manager.

The Glen Allen, Va., company caught our eye after winning a Timmy Award earlier this fall. As it grows a platform that helps manage service of trucks and heavy equipment, the company is seeking a trio of tech roles including product manager, senior developer for mobile applications and Rails developer.

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