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This post features sponsors that will attend our NET/WORK Suburbs event on Oct. 10.
This Thursday, Technical.ly’s renowned job fair series ventures beyond the city limits for NET/WORK Suburbs 2019.
Hosted by Deacom in Chesterbrook PA, and with 17 hiring companies (and counting), the event is sure to be your one-stop-shop for tech job prospects in the Greater Philadelphia area. Come out on Oct. 10 for a great opportunity to mingle with likeminded technologists, ask exhibiting companies about open roles, enjoy some refreshments and have fun.
Ahead of the event, we reached out to a few of our sponsors to find out why you should stop by their tables. Here’s what they said (and a few choice job openings from each):
“As a rapidly growing, Fortune 500 company, Burlington has exciting opportunities for innovative self-starters who want to make a meaningful impact on how we do business and the way we serve our customers. Located just outside Philadelphia, we’re able to offer all the perks and benefits of working for a major company in a more casual, accessible environment. We’re committed to providing a supportive, welcoming culture where associates are recognized and rewarded for their contributions and they enjoy a variety of professional growth opportunities.
While candidates may not immediately think of Burlington as a destination of choice to grow their careers in technology, we offer tech professionals a chance to get involved with projects that will shape the future of the rapidly evolving retail-industry. From behind-the-scenes roles in cyber security or network engineering to customer-facing projects like web or app development, and everything in between, our technology professionals have countless opportunities to make meaningful impacts on the way Burlington does business.”
“What if you could combine the stability and market leadership of a company that is 143 years old, with the excitement and meaning of a startup that is helping to shape America’s youth? That is what we are doing at JW Pepper, the world’s largest retailer of sheet music for the K12 education market.
Our founder, ‘the’ J.W. Pepper, had three founding principles for the company he founded back in 1876; Service, Innovation and Relationships. Those principals continue to drive us today, both in our dealings with customers, as well as with each other inside the company.
Music is an international language and our technology team is building digital tools which help music teachers and directors discover, analyze, collect, and distribute the ideal sheet music that is perfectly suited for their group(s.)
We are looking for people who are passionate about learning, have a lot of curiosity and initiative, and are committed to excellence in everything they do. We have created an ‘intrapreneurial’ culture where team members have a great deal of autonomy to run their own business units, within a larger company that is both secure and growing quarter after quarter.”
“At Relay, we are a colorful collection of industry experts, bleeding-edge technologists, marketers, artists, project managers, number crunchers and visionaries. We put our energy into building dynamic, harmonious teams that are greater than the sum of our parts. We don’t look for people who simply fit in, we look for individuals who continuously shape who we are. Relay was named a Top 10 Workplace in Philadelphia for 2019 by the Inquirer and received a special Appreciation Award for our employee’s high scores in that category. Come meet us and learn about our open positions!”
In addition to these and all the other great companies you’ll find at NET/WORK Suburbs, you’ll also have opportunities for free professional headshots and resume reviews — plus drinks, snacks and swag. What more could you want?
Come to Deacom on Thursday ready to start the next chapter of your career. We’ll see you there!-30-
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