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There are few things less uncomfortable than going home for the holidays and discovering the weird habits your parents developed since you left the nest.
For instance — and we’re just spitballing here — perhaps in your absence, your dad has taken to wearing tiny fur-trimmed boxer shorts around the house. And perhaps that fur is itchy and he reacts accordingly and you see things — terrible things — that haunt you when you go to sleep.
Again, just spitballing. We’re fine. We’ll probably be fine. Time will tell.
So now that we’re all safely back home in the swing of things, it’s time to get that job hunt up and running. Check out what careers we’ve got for you this week.
Times, they are a’changin’. And Temple University’s Fox School of Business is along for the ride. Take a peek at the Fox School’s strategic plan for 2020, and it’s modern approach to business education. Hint, it involves data, practical research and classes in VR.
Also, take a look inside the life of Pragyan Sahoo, a global architect at Macquarie, whose 12-year career at the global infrastructure asset management firm has taken her all over the world. Read on to see where working at Macquarie can take you.
And don’t forget to register for one of our biggest tech job fairs of the year, NET/WORK Philly, which will take place at The Fillmore on Feb. 25. Get your (very affordable) tix here.
Some of this region’s finest places to work are hiring up big time for the new year:
The artisans of ERP software are looking for technologist of all levels and expertise to take a stroll through its scenic Chesterbrook campus.
Whoa baby, lots to report here. The investment firm is hiring up the wazoo for you technologists who are eager to make investment products that are accessible to everyone. Lots of profesh perks here. These jobs are just the tip of the iceberg:
Okay, that will make more sense when you learn about Inspire’s mission to protect the planet through a Netflix-inspired subscription to wind power. Meanwhile, take a look at these open gigs:
One of the largest infrastructure asset managers in the world with locations in 27 countries, is looking to fill some pretty interesting roles:
- Global Data Technology Senior Manager
- Investment Operations Technical Lead
- Data Integration Engineer — Java
Oh yeah — we’re hiring too. Technically Media is on the prowl for a fantastic Business Development Intern. We hope it’s you.
Want to make a positive impact with your work? Try these babies on for size:
- Tern, a company that makes products and services that help people get access to better water, is on the hunt for a Product Manager.
- Message Agency, a certified B corporation delivering digital impact for the greater good, has its sights set on hiring a Front-End Developer.
- Bigwig alert: Mazzoni Center, a multi-service, community-based health and social service provider for the LGBTQ+ community, is hiring a Director of Information Technology and Operations.
- But that’s not all: Mazzoni is also hiring an Information Technology Manager.
Or, make an impact while staying in your jammies:
- SecurityScorecard is hiring a Remote Senior Software Engineer Data Pipeline.
- Pop media company Endgame360 seeks a Remote Full Stack Developer.
We’re happy to see you again friends. Here’s to another year of opportunities, hard work and hopefully, some giggles. Because job hunting is notoriously tough stuff. Much better to laugh than cry, amirite?
Also, feel free to send us your own horrifying stories from time spent with family over the holidays. We can heal together.
Happy job hunting, friends! See you next week.-30-
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