11 new jobs at Common, Gimlet, JustFix, goTenna, Civil, SuperData, NYU and CUNY

Jobs abound in the new year.

Time to BOOT UP.

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On the Market is a Technical.ly column where we highlight new and noteworthy job openings and the people who are lookin’. Got a submission? Email us and tell us why it belongs in the roundup.

Common is hiring for a React developer.

The coliving leaders have added three houses in the last few months, two in Brooklyn and one in Washington, D.C., as they continue to dominate the market for flexible, shared living arrangements. We ranked Common No. 1 on our list of Brooklyn startups for 2017 and, early as usual, called 2016 The Year of Coliving.

Gimlet is looking for an audio engineer.

The show you’d be working on is the StartUp podcast. Plus, if you get the gig, you’ll soon be working out of Gimlet’s palace of an office they recently signed a lease for.


JustFix.nyc has an opening for a senior developer.

Fresh off a six-figure win at the WeWork Creator awards, JustFix.nyc is looking to bulk up its operations for the year that comes. We caught up with cofounder Georges Clement last month, who said the company, which makes it easier for renters to deal with problem landlords, will be looking to grow its user base.

JustFix cofouncer Georges Clement speaks at the New York Creator Awards, Nov. 16, 2017. (Photo by Craig Barritt/Getty Images for WeWork)

JustFix cofouncer Georges Clement speaks at the New York Creator Awards, Nov. 16, 2017. (Photo by Craig Barritt/Getty Images for WeWork)

goTenna has four open positions.

Communications off the grid is what goTenna does. The Brooklyn-born, -bred and -funded company led by Daniela Perdomo is worth checking out.

Civil is hiring for a front-end engineer.

Blockchain-for-journalism startup Civil wants to completely remake the business model of the media, with people paying directly for their content through smart contracts. The Gowanus-based startup just raised $2.5 million last month, and is building a staff.

The NYU Center for Data Science is looking for some professors.

The NYU Center for Data Science is at the heart of NYU’s expansion into digital research. Applications are open until Jan. 15.

Want to be a video game researcher? SuperData is looking for you.

SuperData offers reports and insights on video game market data, which sounds like a pretty cool gig for someone who likes games.


CUNY is hiring for a librarian.

The position will also do some teaching of undergrads on research in the digital age.

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