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In this edition of our hiring column, find out about how to work with a company applying VR to autism therapy, and learn about a Red Switch Operator opening.

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.

Floreo is seeking three software engineers.

The company has an intriguing approach to using VR technology to serve as therapy for people with autism.

mgm is looking for a Java Senior Developer.

This international web application builder is looking for someone to design an implement parts of their web applications as part of a team. The job offers training, flexible hours, and endless coffee. The job description also mentions that at least two monitors will be provided.

Tetra Tech is hiring for a Red Switch Operator position.

Tetra Tech is a diverse company that offers consulting, engineering and environmental services all at the same time. Their company is looking for a tech-minded person to handle secure communications to the State Department.

Interested in healthcare and information systems? Consider becoming a Senior Technology Manager for Avesta.

The company is looking for someone with budget and team management skills as well as technical knowledge to serve as a link between their internal project managers and those who develop the external solutions in the company.

Ignyte Group is seeking a Technology Consultant.

This consulting group with a startup mentality is looking for a consultant who is willing to look for technological solutions to the latest business problems. The company promises that the position will offer you the chance to work with your interests and the skills you possess. Sounds like a plus in our book!

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