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.
Byte Back is hiring for multiple positions.
Byte Back is hiring for an adjunct digital literacy trainer, adjunct technical trainer for business support and adjunct technical trainer for IT. All three part-time positions involve teaching classes, leading trainings and administering assessments. Visit the site for full job descriptions.
Pype is hiring for two positions.
Pype, a Virginia-based construction technology startup, is hiring for a customer success lead and a sales development representative. Both positions are full-time, and based out of the Chantilly, Va., office.
Nava is hiring an Infrastructure Engineer.
The govtech company is growing its team. If you care about improving the delivery of government services, this job’s for you. They’re also hiring a backend dev, if that’s more your thing.
Sorcero is hiring for two positions.
Zoomph is looking for a DevOps Engineer.
— Zoomph (@Zoomph) October 1, 2018
Zoomph, a platform that uses audience analytics to improve digital marketing for companies, is looking for a full-time DevOps engineer to join its team. The company is also in search of a full-stack engineer.
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