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How to ace interviews with these 4 hiring companies at NET/WORK Philly

Find opportunities at these orgs and more at The Fillmore today, Feb 25.

NET/WORK Philly 2019. (Photo by Dominique Nichole)
Full disclosure: All companies mentioned in this article are sponsors of NET/WORK Philly 2020.

At NET/WORK Philly today, dozens of companies will be vying for the chance to talk with YOU and help you find your next job. It’s the best place to connect with multiple hiring managers across different organizations and industries, and we want you to be prepared.

That’s why we spoke with a handful of our exhibitors to learn more about who they are, what roles they’re looking for and why you should check out their tables. Read on to find out, and be sure to get your tickets now:

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Vanguard (Presenting Sponsor)

“Attendees should come prepared to speak to recruiters about their technical experiences and where they’d like to see themselves in the future with Vanguard. We’re hiring for a variety of roles, and value candidates who could see themselves having an impactful career with us. Our rotational culture allows our crew (employees) to have vast experiences across projects that span various business lines. We’re prioritizing the digital experiences of our clients and are looking for strong team members to join us in that mission!”

Chatham Financial

“At Chatham Financial, we’re committed to making a positive impact for our clients and markets, communities and each other. That starts with hiring people who demonstrate intellectual curiosity, tenacity and a desire for collaboration and leadership growth. Our technology team is actively hiring software developers (all experience levels!), software developers in test and product designers. Stop by to chat with members of our team and grab some Chatham swag!”


“We are excited for another great NET/WORK event and the opportunity to talk with some of Philly’s brightest tech minds. If you’re looking for your next career move and have a passion for making an impact in the technology world, make sure you stop by to hear about our developer, implementation and sales openings. Even if you aren’t looking for a new job, we love a good conversation and have some awesome new swag to give away!”

Power Home Remodeling

“Looking to work on challenging problems with talented people? Talented people who deeply believe in building something positive and sustainable?

“Look no further than Power Home Remodeling. Power moves fast, ships rapidly and iterates quickly. Their teams are embedded into many different, fascinating areas of the business and solve unique, challenging problems within their proprietary software platform, NITRO.

“Power is a tech powerhouse hidden inside a remodeling company, and they’re actively looking for roles such as developers and mobile web solutions architects to expand their Business Technology department. Yet, don’t let that stop you if you aren’t currently in tech — Power encourages any interested candidate to stop by their booth at NET/WORK and learn more about all of their roles.”


These companies all have openings beyond what’s listed above, so definitely check them out even if the mentioned jobs aren’t the right fit. And don’t forget about the ~50 other companies in attendance — with that many options, there’s bound to be something for everyone.

Get your tickets and we’ll see you there!

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Companies: Chatham Financial / Vanguard / Power Home Remodeling / Deacom

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