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This Week in Jobs: Bake up a new tech career with one of these 24 open positions

Empty shelves at the store once more, but a full slate of new jobs to make up for it.

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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; it’s meant to live in your inbox. Sign up for the newsletter here.


Back in the day was the sourdough craze. Then the banana bread bonanza. Now? It seems like we’re baking anything we can get our hands on, which is very little.

When things get tough, weather or pandemic-wise, many go straight to baking. But, ongoing issues with global trade routes have led to shortages in baking supplies, considering the recent outsized demand. So, it seems we might have to get more creative with what we’re putting in our cookie recipes.

Or, if you’re looking for other ways to pass the time, try taking a glance below. We’re stocked up to the brim with job opportunities, which might not be as tasty, but they’re in no shortage.

The News

As we solidify plans for Technical.ly’s annual Developers Conference, we want to hear from you! Complete this quick survey to let us know how you’re thinking about events this year (and enter for a chance to win a $25 Amazon gift card).

Penn Interactive is betting on company culture as it launches its sports betting app in multiple states. (It’s also growing; check out these opportunities.)

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The Fund for Women and Girls is empowering the people through grantmaking and advocacy. Now, the Chester County, Pennsylvania-based nonprofit is seeking a new executive director to continue the mission.

Storytelling isn’t just a tool for fundraising, says Bruce Marble, CEO of HR tech startup Employee Cycle. It’s also a way to recruit passionate employees.

Kion junior engineer Nabil Amin had never worked with cloud tech before his role at the cloud enablement software startup. Now, he can’t get enough of it. (Head in the cloud? Kion is hiring.)

The Jobs

Like what you’re reading? Technically Media has multiple openings, including an Editor and Editorial Director, as well as a Reporter (via Report for America) to cover the news in Philly’s rapidly changing tech economy.

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Looking to link up? Crossbeam’s software helps companies connect better. The team is seeking a Senior Software Engineer to help perfect the platform.

Qualia is hiring a Senior Software Engineer to help build and maintain scale.

QuotaPath is streamlining the way sales commissions are managed. The Austin and Philly-based startup is looking for a Full Stack Engineer.

Philly/Delaware

Pinnacle 21 is transforming the clinical drug approval process and wants a Software Engineer to help build the platform.

Wilmington University in New Castle, DE, is on the lookout for a Front-End Web Developer.

Siked on smart building technology? STRATIS IoT is seeking a Principal Software Engineer.

Guru wants to better connect customer-facing teams and internal communication. The Philly- and San Francisco-based company is looking for an Engineering Manager.

DMV

Looking to make it in a career in media? Axios in Arlington is hiring a:

Financial fitness tool FinLocker is searching for a:

Media Tradecraft is providing high-touch, custom business solutions to brands and media companies and is looking for a:

Pittsburgh

PNC Financial Services is seeking to fill several roles including:

Stronghold Digital Mining is hiring a Data Scientist.

Love languages? Duolingo is looking for a Senior Machine Learning Engineer to work on the apps’ English Test.

The End

Best of luck with your baking. See you again soon.

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