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Hiring in Baltimore this week: Blispay, Philips, Mayor’s Office of Information Technology

In this week's On The Market, we've got new chances to work in fintech, health IT and civic tech.

Inside Spark Baltimore. (Courtesy photo)

On the Market is a Technical.ly 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.


Blispay is hiring software engineers.

The Canton-based fintech startup that’s bringing financing options to small-and-medium sized businesses (and their customers) is hiring for its tech team. With a couple of $12 million funding rounds in subsequent years and a founding team with experience at BillMeLater/PayPal, it’s one of the startups we’re watching.
https://twitter.com/Blispay/status/958044729777770499

The Mayor’s Office of Information Technology seeks a Director of Digital Services.

Here’s a chance to get involved with the city, and lead digital strategy. After prolonged turmoil, MOIT recently came under the leadership of new director Frank Johnson. Key areas for this role are digital service delivery, cloud and DevOps adoption and developing a digital marketplace.
https://twitter.com/PublicSectorMD/status/956263378892210182

Philips is hiring developers in Baltimore.

We spotted this one on the Baltimore Tech Jobs Facebook group. Philips, the tech giant based locally out of Spark Baltimore, is hiring full-stack, front-end and platform developers working in radiology. Philips recently acquired Baltimore startup Analytical Informatics.

NET/WORK Baltimore 2018 will have more tech jobs.

Technical.ly’s take on a jobs fair is set for March 15 at Baltimore Studios, where there’s room for plenty of companies and job seekers. Take a look at what’s in store.

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