This Week in Jobs: Jobs first. Tequila never again. - Philly


May 7, 2019 10:10 am

This Week in Jobs: Jobs first. Tequila never again.

Hangover city.

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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.

“Happy Cinco De Mayo to everyone who will be calling in sick on Seis de Mayo.”

Shhhhh …

We assume many of you are still recovering from the weekend, so allow us to calibrate to a more appropriate volume.

This smaller font represents us using our library voices, so please read in a whisper.

Now, go ahead and find a calm, quiet, dark room. Close your eyes for a moment and feel your breath rise and fall. Oops, nope never mind, it still smells like margarita.

Abort! Go back out to your desk where there are too many scents to know which ones are coming from you. Now go ahead and catch up on this week’s job situation.

The News

Philly Tech Week 2019 presented by Comcast is in full swing! If you don’t want to miss a beat during the week, check out the scene on Twitter and be sure to use #PTW19 whenever you post about an event! Woo hoo!


Custom software company PromptWorks is movin’ into bigger digs and you know what that means: more jobs! Read on to get the scoop (and check out the gigs) at this growing Center City company.

Speaking of growth, Roundtrip — the on-demand medical transportation company — just raised $5.1 million in Series A funding. The company plans to double its current staff of 26, so get a head start on the competition and apply here.

The Jobs

Senior technical citizens, here’s your bus pass to some great jobs:

Here you go engineers:

And for the rest of the crew keepin’ everything running:

In case you’re looking for remote jobs, they’re here (or anywhere you can get WiFi):

Hot Tip!

“Recognize and consider the whole package that a company offers — not just the salary. By understanding the value of perks, benefits and wellness programs, you could be earning so much more than what the dollar and cents say.”
Kristin Dudley, chief product officer, (note: Kristin will be moderating a panel at PTW’s Introduced by conference this Thursday, May 9! Register here)

The End

We hope you’re enjoying PTW, although possibly not to the same degree you enjoyed that tequila (at the time).

Anywho, thanks for joining us this week. Don’t forget to check out the full list of jobs anytime you want here.

Happy job hunting!

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