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.
Things have gotten a little weird on Zoom lately and we were, uh, wondering if, well — can everyone put some freaking clothes on? Man alive.
The unsettling rate of birthday suit sightings and potty breaks has us concerned. We’re talkin’ no shirt, no shoes (er, pants), big problem.
So that you don’t find yourself in a pantsless pickle, we’ve come up with a simple tip for online meetings: Wear clothes. All the time. Ideally, wear the right clothes. But honestly, any clothes will do.
Maybe pick them out the night before, so that it’s easier. Or rewear the ones you wore yesterday. Please, just put an end to the madness.
Here’s a good reason to button up your biz-appropriate button down. At Technical.ly, we’re offering two free job posts on our job board for all companies hiring for tech (or tech-adjacent) positions or new roles at companies scrambling to keep up with demand due to COVID-19 (think: delivery services or PPE manufacturing).
Noting the recent increase of anxiety and depression, Chris Molaro, CEO and cofounder of NeuroFlow put together a list of mental health resources for anyone who is struggling.
The Delaware Division of Small Businesses has been doing it’s small biz owners a solid by creating a map of the 450 grocery stores, restaurants (takeout only), breweries, coffee shops, services and businesses that are still open for online shopping and services.
Continuing to ask the tough questions, Technical.ly’s CEO, Chris Wink, launched episode 2 of The TWIJ Show. This week’s topic is “When should I shut down my startup?” Sounds dark, but Wink’s optimistic outlook will have you ready to tackle any version of the answer.
To the Technical.ly job board:
- Reinventing the home remodeling industry requires a solid team. Power Home Remodeling is hiring up to build just that:
- Founded by engineers, Promptworks has been upping the custom software game since 2013. It is on the continuous lookout for Senior Software Engineers.
- Global financial services firm Macquarie is on the prowl for:
- One of the world’s leading (and first) cloud service providers, Linode is looking to secure the perimeter (or, from the looks of it, all the perimeters):
- Ahoy there. Ship-themed investment services company Vanguard has its eye on some developers:
… And beyond! The following orgs have been helping with COVID-related efforts, whether creating products and services to help with the crisis, or hiring those who were recently laid off or are needing supplemental work.
- goPuff’s delivery services have taken off with the spread of the coronavirus. To keep up with demand, the company is hiring in all areas.
- Misfits Market — a company that delivers funny-looking fruits and veggies that supermarkets pass up on — is hiring for a few key roles in production planning and HR.
- And also fighting against hunger and food waste with its farm-to-door deliveries, Hungry Harvest is looking for Philly Delivery Drivers.
Get dressed, then get back on the couch. These gigs are remote:
- Scalable Path is hiring a Remote Expert React NodeJS MongoDB Developer.
- Baeldung is on the lookout for a Remote Linux Developer to work on creating technical articles.
- GrammaTech seeks a Remote Software Engineer.
Thanks for joining us this week. In the words of the world’s greatest anchorman, Ron Burgundy: “Stay classy.”
Happy job hunting, friends.-30-
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