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.
Easy breezy, lemon squeezy
Friends, you know us. We’re pretty chill. We’re like that cool aunt or uncle who doesn’t act like the rest of the grownups. We let you taste your first beer; we go out back and take long, slow drags of our cigarette and refuse to let The Man get us down.
And so, in honor of our hip, totally laid back style, we’re gonna give you a break and not mention the coronavirus. Because we’re cool that way, and we’d never nag you to wash your hands — for 20 full seconds with soap — like other adults. We know you get it. Just the way you get that it’s best to keep a healthy distance — say, six feet or greater — from other people, and to share the bulk rolls of toilet paper — that will not at all protect you during the next few weeks — with others. And we’re definitely not going to scream “STOP GATHERING IN GROUPS, FOR CRYING OUT LOUD!” maniacally, over and over again.
Nope, we’re not gonna do it. It’s just not our style, guys.
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And for those of you who are newly, or have always been, working from home these days, here’s a bit of advice from those who’ve been there, done that to keep you from going insane in the membrane.
All you can catch from this list is an exciting new opportunity, amirite?
- Vanguard is standing guard (sorry) until it fills a number of roles, including:
- One of the world’s largest, fastest cloud hosting providers, Linode, seeks the following:
- Vistar Media is on the prowl for a slew of talented engineers:
- Custom software company PromptWorks is on the lookout for two PMs:
- BRIO — a company that designs and develops custom web applications, portals and sites in Conshohocken — has two open jobs on its roster:
- Healthtech company repisodic is hiring a Senior Front-End Developer.
- “Rising star” of the fintech scene, Asset-Map is looking for a Senior Full Stack Developer.
Well, this head honcho position looks prettay, prettay interesting. Creative ad agency 160 Over 90 is hiring for a VP Head of Client Services to lead a 30+ person Account Management department. That’s a lot of donuts to bring in on your first day.
And the perfect roles for work in the time of corona, here are a few for the remote crew:
- New Context Services is hiring a Remote Senior Go Developer
- Turnout2020 seeks a Remote Senior Software Engineer
- Packet Fabric is looking for a Remote Senior Engineer in Test
Loyal readers, we appreciate you dearly, and hope everyone has as healthy, soapy and stress-free a week as possible.
‘Til next week — happy job hunting, everyone.-30-
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