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Head into a new season with these tech job openings in Baltimore

If springtime renewal has you looking for something new, On the Market has dev job openings in cybersecurity, media and more.

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On the Market is a column where we highlight noteworthy job openings and the people who are lookin’. Got a submission? Email us and tell us why it belongs in the roundup.

Forcepoint is hiring a Sr. DevOps Engineer.

Following last year’s acquisition of RedOwl, Austin-based cybersecurity company Forcepoint has an office in Federal Hill. The company is looking for a team member to help build out and support automation tools for its User & Entity Behavior Analytics product, which is where RedOwl’s technology was integrated.

Medifast seeks a software engineer.

The weight-loss company is seeking an engineer with 5-7 years’ experience using Java, as well as experience using Spring Framework and .NET. It’s working out of the company’s Harbor East office.

Baltimore Magazine is looking for a Digital Developer.

On our jobs board, we spotted a dev opening in media. Baltimore Magazine is looking for someone to head up day-to-day management of digital projects across its platforms. It involves working with folks across the organization in editorial, advertising and audience development.

ONeil Interactive is seeking a Digital Creative Manager.

At last week’s NET/WORK Baltimore, we met Dennis O’Neil and Megan English of ONeil Interactive. The nine-year-old Hunt Valley firm specializes in digital marketing for home builders. Here’s one of the jobs they were talking to candidates about. This role involves leading a team of designers and front-end web developers.

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