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SmartLogic and GeBBS Consulting want to meet you at NET/WORK Baltimore's annual jobs fair is back at the University of Baltimore on March 14. Here’s a quick preview of two (out of over a dozen) companies looking to hire for tech roles.

Meet Smartlogic at NET/WORK Baltimore 2019. ( file photo)
Full disclosure: SmartLogic and GeBBS Consulting are sponsors of NET/WORK Baltimore.

NET/WORK takes the tedious out of job hunting and opts for a simpler method: Show up, connect with awesome companies, walk away with an offer. Easy enough?

To streamline the experience for you, we’ve even highlighted a few of the dozen-plus hiring companies joining us this Thursday, March 14 at the University of Baltimore. Now, all you have to do is print that resume and grab a cup of coffee on the way in.


The Boston Street staple is looking to bring more dog-loving devs on board for 2019. Whether you live close to their Canton office, or prefer to work remote, SmartLogic’s flexible hours honor work/life balance for Baltimore residents as well as those outside the city. The primary focus for the creative team at SmartLogic is investing in its people.

“If you don’t [put employees first], then you are failing in your responsibility to create jobs and employment opportunities that will improve people’s lives,” says Yair Flicker, president of SmartLogic.

SmartLogic is a regular spot for tech meetups in Baltimore as well as a regular place for “Lunch and Learn” sessions during Baltimore Innovation Week in the fall. The company’s developer apprentice program is one-of-a-kind in bridging the talent gap in tech.

So, if you (and Fido) are dreaming of working on fresh, new mobile and web applications, you’re in luck. SmartLogic is looking for developers as well as a product designer (a new position for the company).

GeBBS Consulting

The team at GeBBS brings extensive IT consulting experience to the greater good, healthcare. Dozens of hospitals look for the support of these expert project managers and engineers for key business planning.

“We are 100 percent focused in the healthcare IT industry, supporting hospitals and health plans on a local and national basis,” says Paul Tuma, president of GeBBS Consulting.

The Towson-based company is looking to fill several positions for project managers, business analysts, healthcare EDI technical analysts, agile transformation coaches, as well as Java developers, AWS Cloud SMEs, and Pega developers. Applicants with a background in healthcare would be ideal for GeBBS.

Flexible hours, work from home days, and opportunities for bonuses and incentives are just some of the reasons Tuma’s team has a 90 percent employee retention rate.

It’s incredibly easy for you to be a part of the event. Grab your tickets below!

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Companies: SmartLogic

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