On the Market: A look at dev and design job openings in Baltimore this week

Hiring in tech: Johns Hopkins' medical library, startups and more.

At the entrance to Fastspot's offices.

(Photo by Stephen Babcock)

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.

Johns Hopkins’ medical library is hiring a software engineer.

The Welch Medical Library serves as a key resource for JHU’s medical institutions. It currently has an opening for a software engineer to develop and support a repository infrastructure, which would focus on initiatives in research, precision medicine and archives.


Straighterline is hiring a visual web designer.

The South Baltimore edtech company that provides lower-cost general education college courses is seeking a designer “to own and evolve the expression of the StraighterLine brand across all interactions.”


Cerebro Capital is hiring a software developer.

A Mt. Vernon–based startup focused on corporate lending is hiring a full stack software developer to work primarily using Microsoft-developed technology such as C#. The role includes developing and overseeing web applications, and working with existing products.

BurnAlong is hiring developers.

After closing a $1 million round, the Owings Mills–based connected fitness startup is hiring developers in front end, mobile and UX/UI.

NET/WORK Baltimore 2018 will have more tech openings.’s annual jobs fair is set for March 15 at Baltimore Studios. Get all the details here.

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