Editor’s note: Every week we ship an email newsletter featuring the region’s most exciting career opportunities. We’ve lovingly called it This Week in Jobs (aka TWIJ — “twidge.”). Below is this week’s edition. Here’s the last one we published; it’s meant to live in your inbox. Sign up for the newsletter here.
Here for Each Other
Our team at Technically Media and TWIJ is here for you: We’ll be posting updates on responses to the coronavirus, with a particular focus on the info that’s most helpful to business owners, leaders and our tech communities. That includes things like Startup Soiree’s forums for business leaders (more details below), offers of free internet plans and lifting caps on data, and more.
The Steel City is getting its moment in the spotlight: This month, Technically Media is launching a yearlong reporting effort, in partnership with the Pittsburgh Innovation District, to chronicle the economic change taking place in Pittsburgh. That includes debuting a Pittsburgh edition of our popular newsletter, This Week in Jobs (ahem), monthly deep-dive reporting into the city’s profound economic transformations — especially its booming tech and biomedical sectors — and much more. Read all about it here.
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You probably saw this coming, but we’re still sufficiently bummed: To do our part in flattening the curve of the coronavirus, we’re canceling the NET/WORK DC event. Rest assured, if you bought a ticket, your refund will be processed immediately. More info here.
The economic impact of coronavirus is inflicting particular pain on small businesses. If you’re in the Baltimore area, Startup Soiree is offering small businesses space for dialogue and resources amid the pandemic. Check out Soiree’s online channels for help and insight on specific industries, plus resources and advice. Feel free to offer your expertise, too. “This is a place to expound on your issues, to offer support and ideas to fellow business owners, to share resources, and most of all, to help each other,” cofounders Nic China and Patrick Rife said.
- If you have an excellent eye for design and a keen ability to understand user needs, behaviors and motivations, U.S. News & World Report is hiring a User Experience Designer.
- Mindlance is seeking a Java Automation Developer/SDET to help prepare test cases and conduct load testing, performance testing, integration testing, usability testing, functional testing — you get the idea.
- Mariana Tek, working to inspire, motivate, and enable people to improve their health and fitness one reservation at a time, is looking for a Staff Software Engineer, Platform.
- Hogan Lovells, a leading global law firm, is hiring an IT Application Software Engineer.
- If you appreciate the difference between being a “technical writer” and “technically, a writer,” the Baltimore City Office of Information & Technology is hiring a Technical Writer.
- Now here’s a job title that our online shopping history suggests we’re supremely well-qualified for: 14 West in Baltimore is hiring what they’re calling a Product Owner. Despite what it sounds like, you’ll be an IT professional responsible for setting, prioritizing, and evaluating the work generated by a software Scrum team to ensure impeccable features and functionality of the, yes, product.
- 14 West is also looking for a Senior DataOps Manager and a a Network Operations Director
- The Maryland Institute College of Art is hiring Adjunct Faculty, Data Analytics and Visualization to provide instruction for Data Analytics and Visualization graduate students and to convey knowledge from a professional perspective.
- Clean.io is seeking a Full Stack Software Engineer.
- Dragos, helping protect the world’s most critical infrastructure from adversaries who wish to do it harm, is looking for a Senior Front-End Engineer.
- Fors Marsh Group in Arlington, combining the power of science and strategy to improve people’s lives, is hiring a .NET Software Engineer.
- Jellyfish in Reston is looking for a Senior .NET Sitecore Developer.
- Level Access in Vienna is seeking a Full Stack Software Engineer.
- New Context Services, a rapidly growing consulting company, is hiring a Remote Senior Go Developer.
- Turnout2020 is seeking a Remote Senior Software Engineer to take a leading role in the development of Get Out The Vote web application.
- PacketFabric, redefining how companies procure, consume, and manage their network connectivity, is looking for a Remote Software Engineer in Test.
We’re in this coronavirus chaos together, so let’s stay smart, friends. Follow guidance from local, state and federal health officials, don’t sleep on social distancing, and check in (digitally!) on your friends and loved ones. And if you have time or need a break, consider taking our Technical.ly Employment Survey; it’ll help us focus on crafting the types of content that’ll best serve you in the weeks and months ahead. In the meantime, stay healthy and well.-30-
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