Next week, jobseekers will want to head to Paoli for Technical.ly’s annual job fair, NET/WORK Suburbs. The event will be held at Turn5’s 90,000-square-foot headquarters, offering room for “so many activities” and a cornucopia of professional perks, such as resume reviews, headshots, bevs and bowling.
As always, we’ve got the scoop on some of the companies you’ll want to mingle with when you get there. Let’s take a look at who to meet.
Back in May, this thriving B2B customer experience agency — which specializes in engineering websites, apps and physical experiences — acquired MaassMedia, grabbing up expertise in big data and analytics. (Late last year Hero acquired Delphic Digital as well.)
Yet growth hasn’t changed the ego-free, “all are welcome” vibe of a company that prides itself on hiring people who are driven but feel like family.
“It’s refreshing how everyone is treated,” said Talent Acquisition Lead Toby Pool. “The top leadership team is out in the open. Anyone can schedule time with the CEO. The work is good and the people are happy.”
The company is actively hiring across all departments, with an extended lineup of project-management openings and talk of future growth in data and analytics.
This healthtech company recognized the overwhelming confusion and complexity of navigating health benefits, and the resulting neglect of personal healthcare across America.
Accolade combines technology with the personal touch of a designated health assistant to help individuals understand their options and make better health choices every day.
“At the end of the day, what we do filters down to actually helping people in their lives,” said Senior Talent Acquisition Specialist John Conner.
“We want to hire people who are passionate about what they’re doing. It’s challenging engineering work, and you know it’s helping someone,” said Conner.
Accolade’s Plymouth Meeting location is looking to fill a range of positions, especially engineers of all levels with experience in Java, Python, AWS and microservices, and data engineers experienced with SQL.
The largest independent fintech firm is helping more than 8 million Americans plan and save for the big stuff — like retirement, college and healthcare — using intuitive technology that lives in its proprietary cloud.
The “people-first” company believes in empowering its employees to create the careers they want. As it’s open door policy states, “If you have an idea, we want to hear it. If you have a vision, we want you to share it. If there’s a better way, we want you to find it.” Much like the approach it takes towards financial planning for its customers, Ascensus offers career planning for its employees, including over $5,000 in educational assistance annually and a mentorship program.
There are career opportunities aplenty at Ascensus, with openings for pros across engineering, information technology, marketing, finance, operations and client services.-30-
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