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Find these Technical.ly Talent companies (and your next career move) at Philly Tech Week

These hiring orgs want to meet you at the NET/WORK tech jobs fair, Developers Conference, Builders Conference and Signature Event.

Technical.ly Talent companies at NET/WORK 2019. (Photo by Dominique Nichole)

The organizations appearing in this article are Technical.ly Talent clients.

The 13th annual Philly Tech Week presented by Comcast is coming up May 4 through 13, and if you’ve been thinking about getting a new job, the week’s events will present plenty of opportunities for you to connect with hiring companies.

Among those presenting and sponsoring at the NET/WORK tech jobs fair, Developers Conference, Builders Conference and Signature Event are several Technical.ly Talent companies, and they all have multiple openings for ambitious technologists and professionals. Read on to learn who will be there and what roles they’re looking to fill, and click through to see their company culture pages and career sites for more info on what you can expect when you join their teams.

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Comcast

Our title sponsor, Comcast’s team will be out and about all week! Find them at NET/WORK tabling and conducting a technical interview workshop at 3:30 p.m., and hosting the Builders Conference and Signature Event at the Comcast Technology Center. Additionally, Comcast NBCUniversal LIFT Labs’ Allison Goldberg will be at the Builders Conference in a session titled “The New Rules of the Innovation Economy: Team Building & Ecosystem Growing in a Post-Pandemic World,” and Heather Nally, executive director of talent brand and marketing for Comcast, will be on the Builders Conference panel “Everyone is (Still) Hiring Everywhere: How High Growth Companies Tell Their Story To Stand Out.”

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Crossbeam

Find Crossbeam tabling at NET/WORK, and Staff Engineer Rebecca Stark will be speaking at the Developers Conference. Also, Talent & Culture Manager Jamie Calabria can be found at the Builders Conference in the “Everyone is (Still) Hiring Everywhere: How High Growth Companies Tell Their Story To Stand Out” session.

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CubeSmart

Find the CubeSmart team tabling at NET/WORK and the Developers Conference Happy Hour!

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Fastmail

Find Fastmail tabling at NET/WORK, and it’s also hosting its own PTW community calendar event: The Future of Hybrid Digital Communities – 2023 and Beyond on May 8.

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Fearless

We’re thrilled to have some Baltimore presence in the house during PTW! TJ Famodu will speak at the Developers Conference and both COO John Foster and Human Resources Director Tracy Curry will sit on panels during Builders.

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HealthVerity

Find the team at NET/WORK on May 9, and then experience the host with the most — HealthVerity will have two speakers and a table during the Developers Conference hosted in its beautiful offices on 18th and Market streets.

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International SOS

Find International SOS tabling at NET/WORK and the Developers Conference.

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Kleer

The Kleer team will be tabling at NET/WORK.

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Perpay

Perpay is our host for NET/WORK. Come see its gorgeous office in person!

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Temple University Geography and Urban Studies

Learn more about degree opportunities from Temple’s GUS program at NET/WORK and Developers Conference.

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Wawa

How convenient! Wawa will have a NET/WORK table, and will be speaking and tabling at the Developers Conference.

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Vanguard

Join the crew at their NET/WORK table and workshop, plus they’re speaking and tabling at the Developers Conference.

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Whether you’re looking for your first tech job, changing roles or just want to level up your skills and knowledge and meet like minded tech professionals, you won’t want to miss all the offerings at Philly Tech Week. We hope to see you there!

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Companies: Temple University Geography and Urban Studies / International SOS / CubeSmart / Kleer and Membersy / Fastmail / Wawa / Fearless / Vanguard / Crossbeam / Perpay / HealthVerity / Comcast / Temple University

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