On the Market: Open jobs in BK tech at Kitsplit, Numina, goTenna, more

Are you an engineer? This week is your week for a new job.


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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.

Kitsplit is looking for a product designer.

We talked to Kitsplit founders Kristina Budelis and Lisbeth Kaufman last week about their plans to make professional-grade video equipment cheaper and more accessible to people who want to create content. Following a $2.1 million fundraising round, the company is looking to improve their product and bring it to LA.

Numina is hiring software engineers.

Numina is a startup that uses computer vision to generate data and insights about the streets and sidewalks of cities. It works with governments and private firms to answer questions and provide guidance on how to build more efficiently and effectively. And it’s looking for some computer folks.

goTenna has 10 open roles it’s looking to fill.

Communications off the grid is what goTenna does. The Brooklyn-born, -bred and -funded company led by Daniela Perdomo is hiring developers, salespeople and recruiters.

IrisVR is looking for a graphics engineer.

These guys aren’t in Brooklyn, but Brooklyn engineers would probably still find this pretty compelling. IrisVR (based in Union Square area) is looking for someone to help build AR and VR products to allow construction firms to build better onsite. If that sounds like something you’re into, it also pays well!

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