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Just two days away…
It’s a given that Thanksgiving dinner is no meal without a delicious spread of sides: stuffing, green bean casserole, taters, maybe even baked pineapples (don’t knock until you try it).
The ultimate question of Turkey Day feasting is this: do you mix the sides on your plate? Like, literally whip them all up so the flavors coalesce into one tangy, mouth-watering bite? If you don’t — do better. One big messy glom on your fork to chomp down on is the best part of the holidays!
To get metaphorical, a worthy job seeker like yourself knows an application has to have a touch of every seasoning: experience, interest, passion. You’ve already got the goods, so mix them up and keep reading to see what jobs are waiting for you.
Here’s a question for jobseekers of the moment. When can a company overcome its past misdeeds? An executive at small, widely respected geospatial software firm Azavea, based in Philadelphia, repeatedly used racial slurs in a 2017 meeting, and she only left the company last year. “How can there be accountability without redemption?” the former Azavea employee and whistleblower said to Technical.ly. After a racist incident, what does accountability look like?
PGH’s Duolingo hired its first head of social impact meant to strengthen the company’s relationship with its hometown community.
Rinse and repeat — err, actually, you don’t have to worry about those steps with the Baltimore-based SudShare, which allows users to outsource their dirty laundry. The app is getting pressed nationally.
- Champion full-cycle business collaborations as the VP of Partnerships at QuotaPath with offices based in Philadelphia and Austin.
- As Compliance Director, keep those ducks in a row with the clean energy aficionados at Philly-based Inspire.
- It’s just good sense to apply to be SmartLogic’s newest remote developer (office based in Baltimore).
- Dear applicant, we are pleased to inform you of an exciting opportunity at the University of Pennsylvania. Apply to be a Workflow and Process Automation Developer.
- This is cool; Fastmail scores deleting lines of code as high as writing code. The company is hiring:
- Macquarie seeks a Salesforce Integration Engineer.
- The tech-enabled newsroom Axios pops up in your inbox. Why not take a crack at taking up space in its office?:
- Enterprise Community Development makes an impact across the country; make yours in Baltimore as its Business Intelligence Manager.
- 14 West is a business services firm with a wide reach, but you don’t have to travel far from Baltimore to work for this big name:
- This powerful CIO at PNC worked her way up in the company with help from her mentors. Embark on your C-level trajectory at the financial services firm with these open positions:
- Cutting-edge biotech research is the norm at LifeX Labs. Join its Executive in Residence team.
You can have your turkey and eat it too! Enjoy your holiday, folks.