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Cool job alert: SmartLogic is hiring a Director of Client Services

The Canton-based dev firm is seeking a point person to work with new leads and the local community.

SmartLogic's spread. (Photo by Stephen Babcock)

SmartLogic builds apps for Baltimore’s buzzy early stage startups and big companies.
Now, the Canton-based web and mobile development agency is seeking a director of client services to serve as the point person for new leads.
The director of client services will serve as the initial point of contact for people who are interested in working with SmartLogic and work with the development team to create a proposal. The role also requires a willingness to “roll up your sleeves” and close deals, according to a job posting.
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There’s also a community aspect to the role, from networking to referring potential clients to others firms in Baltimore to working with the company’s network of partners. In fact, it helps to have an existing network.
SmartLogic is seeking candidates with five or more years of experience in software product development, with a background in agile software development, project management and sales.
The company is based in the Atlantic-Southwestern Broom Company in Canton. Plus, dogs are welcome.

Companies: SmartLogic

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