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Welcome to On the Market, a new column where we highlight noteworthy job openings in the Baltimore tech scene. This week: Pixilated is doing something new, Mindgrub is ramping up and Point3 kicks it old-school.

Mindgrub has its own climbing wall. (Courtesy photo)

Welcome to On the Market, a brand-new 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.


You may know Pixilated from its photobooth or the team’s role as co-organizers of Startup Soiree, but new things are brewing at the company’s Morrell Park headquarters. According to a job posting that’s been circulating, Pixilated is looking for a senior software engineer to build something from the ground up. The intriguing listing describes it as a “world class media sharing platform.”


“We’re open to ideas around code base and implementation strategy as long as they’re well thought out and apply lean and agile principles around construction,” the posting says. “This is your chance to build something unique and from scratch.”
Well, that’s exciting.

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It looks like spreading knowledge about cybersecurity will be an even bigger theme in 2017, and we know lots of that expertise emanates from Baltimore. Point3 Security has a chance to teach on the topic. The startup is looking to for a “Fire Team Lead” to “help teach a very special cyber security course,” a job posting on view at ETC reads. (Editor’s note: You can’t hack paper.)
“If you feel that cyber training is not currently sufficient to thwart even light to moderate attacks and want to help change that for the better, come help us shape the future of cyber training,” the posting states.
Point3 Security graduated Accelerate Baltimore in the spring, and has been growing since then. A separate posting states that the company is also seeking account executives. If you’re interested in any of the postings, get in touch with emily@point3.net.

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Speaking of open jobs, our tech jobs fair NET/WORK is coming up on Feb. 23.
Along with folks from companies looking to hire, the event at the Baltimore Museum of Industry offers free resume reviews and headshots. With talks and a happy hour to close, there’s also a general chance to learn and connect with the community. We can’t yet confirm whether there will be a Swag Report on the Technical.ly Snapchat, but be alert (we’re technicallym on Snapchat, fyi).
Register ($10)

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One of the companies that will be at NET/WORK made news this week. Mindgrub closed a deal to develop mobile apps for Exelon’s utilities this week. We’re told eight team members are initially working on the projects, with the potential for 13-16 in full sprint.
While they may not be connected to the new work, the Locust Point-based agency has a host of open positions that caught our eye, with developer jobs in Node.JS, PHP/Drupal, WordPress and mobile. (Note: It wasn’t specified if any of these jobs were tied to the new project.) As depicted above, the office has a climbing wall.

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Here are some other open gigs in the area:

  • Data Visualization Expert at Asymmetrik
  • Full-Stack Software Engineer at Asymmetrik
  • Junior Analyst, Publisher Platforms at AOL
  • Software Engineers at b.well
  • Director of Client Services at SmartLogic
  • Email Production Associate at 14 West
  • Senior Digital Marketing Strategist at Groove
  • Enterprise Mobility Systems Engineer at PaRaBaL
  • Senior Data Engineer at STAQ
  • Automation QA Engineer at Tenable Network Security

This is just the first edition of On the Market. Get in touch if you have an opening. We exist to connect you, dear reader, to new opportunities.

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