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This month, our hiring column features positions in engineering, marketing, software development, accounting and more.

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Springboard Enterprises is hiring for multiple positions.

D.C.–based Springboard Enterprises, a network and accelerator program aimed at high-growth women-owned technology companies, is hiring for multiple positions ranging from entry to senior level. The organization is looking for a program coordinator/manager, community manager, operations manager, events manager and a managing director: Health Tech Hub. Candidates must be D.C.-based to be considered for employment.

RackTop Systems has five open positions.

The Fulton, Md.-based cybersecurity software company was founded in 2010 by veterans of the U.S. intelligence community and is looking to fill five positions ranging from software development to accounting and engineering. One of the positions is for a Golang Software Developer, who would join the company’s data management platform team. In this role, the programmer would design cross-platform software to run on Unix, Windows, Linux, and Mac platforms.

Vantage Data Centers is hiring for multiple positions.

Vantage Data Centers is hiring for multiple positions to work out of its Ashburn, Va. campus like a senior project engineer, senior new development manager, critical facilities engineer and more. The company just recently hired Mark Freeman as vice president of marketing to focus on driving Vantage’s national brand presence and go-to-market strategy in the NoVa office, DC previously reported.

General Assembly is hiring a local marketing associate.

The prominent coding academy is looking for a local marketing associate to work out of its D.C. location. General Assembly also has many full-time and part-time instructor openings in D.C. as well in subjects like Python, digital marketing and UX design.

The Brand Guild is hiring a design manager and more.

Formerly BrandLink DC, The Brand Guild was founded in 2010 by Barbara Martin and Jayne Sandman as a branding agency with an in-house team that specialize in PR, marketing, events and creative (and the full team currently listed is comprised of women). The company just announced its name change Monday morning.

The D.C.-based branding agency with a presence in New York is hiring a design manager among other positions like social media manager, a real estate PR manager and more. Full descriptions can be found on the agency’s site.

Companies: Springboard Enterprises / General Assembly

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