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This Week in Jobs: The LAST TWIJ of 2019!!!

What a year.

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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. Here’s the last one we published; it’s meant to live in your inbox. Sign up for the newsletter here.


Best Friends Forever

We’ve been through so much together this year, haven’t we? It’s almost like we’re best friends now, if you think about it.*

We looked for jobs that sparked so much joy we wanted to fold them into thirds and place them in our emotional dressers, Marie Kondo-style. We sang a compelling duet of career openings, much like Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper during an uncomfortably intimate awards ceremony performance. We marveled at the dimwitted schemes of the Fyre Fest founders, assuring you that, if conducted properly, our listed jobs would most likely would not send you to jail.

Yours truly had a birthday. In fact, it’s likely all of you did, too. Huh, how about that?

So thank you for your joining us on this everlasting quest to find purpose and fulfillment through work. ‘Twas a pleasure to keep you informed about job openings and whatever weird thoughts we were having at the time we wrote each newsletter.

*Did you think about it? Are we??

The News

“Finding really good people is hard … tech workers are in such high demand.” From FORT Robotics’ CEO’s mouth to your ears — er, eyes. The one-year-old Washington Square startup — which builds wireless functional safety systems for autonomous machines — has more than doubled its growth since it launched. And it’s still hiring. So read up and get your application on.

“Conference room technology has come a long way, baby.” Check out how the masters of modern AV technology at Haverford Systemscurrently seeking an SEO specialist — souped up the conference spaces of Panitch Schwarze Belisario & Nadel Law.

Episode 2 of “Off the Sidelines” has hit the airwaves. Take a listen as Alicia Syrett of Pantegrion Capital talks about figuring out which type of investor you want to be. For those just tuning in, “Off the Sidelines” is our new investor education podcast series produced in partnership with Project Entrepreneur, a program by UBS.

The Jobs

  • Hope you’re thirsty. The City of Philadelphia is looking for a Software Engineer to work on Philadelphia Water Department Microsoft .Net framework.
  • Frontline Education is hiring a Software Developer with 5+ years experience engineering sophisticated, enterprise-quality business software.
  • EY Design Studio is on the hunt for Senior UX Engineers with a bach in computer science and two years in the biz.

And now a few for the remote professional:

The End

Farewell to 2019! And farewell for now, dear friends!

We’ll be back next year, refreshed and ready to make fun of all the ridiculous and noteworthy tech and pop culture events that beg to be teased. And also to get your butts in the right jobs. Yes, that one first actually. (The boss is reading.)

Thank you for a wonderful year.

Happy job hunting … and a happy holidays to all.

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