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Feb. 1, 2019 12:50 pm

In search of a job in #dctech? Check out On the Market

In this edition of our hiring column, you'll find openings in engineering, design, product and more.

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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.


Mobomo is hiring for multiple positions.

Virginia-based full service DevOps agency Mobomo is looking to hire engineers (specializing in QA, Drupal, Python, DevOps), designers, project managers and business analysts. The company is hosting a special hiring event at its Tyson’s Corner headquarters located at 1600 Spring Hill Road, Suite 300, Vienna, Va., on Tuesday, Feb. 6, from 5:30 to 8 p.m., where team members will be present to network and conduct rapid interviews. The company currently lists eight open positions in its Tyson’s Corner office.

TransitScreen has two open positions.

Washington, D.C.–based TransitScreen, a software company providing a real-time mobility information platform, is looking to hire a business development associate and an account executive. Both positions have been open since the new year kicked off. For the business development associate, the person holding this positions will be the first point of customer contact and will coordinate with the sales and marketing team build out TransitScreen’s expanding team. The account executive will work with the sales team to focus on business growth and repeatable revenue.

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Halcyon Incubator is hiring for two positions.

The prominent District-based incubator is actively recruiting a program coordinator and an events coordinator. The events coordinator will assist in the planning and execution of internal meetings including lunches, coffee breaks, and happy hours; and a diverse range of premier social events including founders’ dinners, board meetings, launch events, showcases, art events, our awards gala and citywide festival.

The program coordinator will manage the recruitment and selection process and will help design and implement the program content, nurture the Fellows, coordinate with mentors, leadership coaches, and partners to create an environment where the fellows can grow. A college degree is required for the events coordinator position but only recommended for the program coordinator role.

Nava is hiring for two dev roles.

Nava, a Washington, D.C.–based company comprised of a skilled team to build government services, has a pair of openings.

The company is looking for an experienced backend software engineer to collaborate with the government and other contractors to invent, implement, and deploy new systems and make improvements to existing systems. This person will have experience working on web-based systems, have knowledge of engineering fundamentals and architecture, with expertise in development and programming.

Nava is also looking for an infrastructure engineer who will work with fellow infrastructure engineers to build and maintain the company’s production infrastructure to ensure ongoing reliability while maximizing development team efficiency. This candidate should have previous experience maintaining a medium or larger scale production system, have an understanding of networks and with good written and verbal communication skills.

Aquicore is hiring for two positions.

Washington, D.C.-based Aquicore, a commercial real estate software company, is hiring a product manager and a data scientist. The company is looking for someone with two to three years of experience in data science with a strong proficiency of Python for the data scientist role. For the product manager role, candidates should have three to five years of experience in a software related role with knowledge of building internet and Saas-based products.

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