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5 #dctech jobs to check out before the end of the year

In the latest edition of On the Market, junior and senior roles are open at companies like Social Tables, Social Driver and Hatch.

Let the party begin.

(Photo courtesy of Social Tables via Facebook)

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.


Social Tables is seeking senior software engineers.

The D.C. event planning software company is looking for seasoned engineers. The company prioritizes a “deep understanding of Javascript fundamentals and architecture,” according to a posting. The team also likes ping pong.

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Hatch is hiring a junior full stack web developer.

As cofounder Amelia Friedman noted while accepting the Technical.ly DC award for Tech Startup of the Year, Hatch is looking to grow its team to scale its platform that helps companies launch web and mobile apps.

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Social Driver is looking for web developers.

The D.C. digital agency is looking for WordPress developers to focus on site maintenance, website redesigns, and data visualizations. Some recent website projects include Victory Fund and Hidden Heroes. The team likes Snapchat.

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WMC Global is hiring a project manager.

The Fairfax, Va.–based cybersecurity company has an opening for a senior-level manager to lead multiple teams.

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Nava is hiring across engineering, product and business roles.

The D.C. company working with the Department of Veterans Affairs and healthcare.gov has multiple openings, including software engineer, business development lead and product manager. Check out all of the open positions.

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Since we’re talking hiring, we’ll pass along the early details for NET/WORK DC 2018. Technical.ly’s take on a jobs fair is set for February 28, 2018, at Gensler. Check out the event page for more info.

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