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On the Market: Here’s who’s hiring in Brooklyn tech

Welcome to On the Market, a weekly roundup of noteworthy tech jobs. From CARTO to Propel, these 6 companies have some opportunities you don't want to miss.

Brooklyn calling. (Photo by Attribution Engine user Jimena Contreras, used under a Creative Commons license)

On the Market is 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.

Common is hiring a Director of Procurement.

The quickly-growing coliving company announced last month its largest new development to date, a 140-unit semi-coliving apartment building in Boerum Hill.

CARTO is hiring in sales and engineering.

Earlier this month, CARTO helped build a dashboard for the city of New York of civic data that updates in real time.

uPort has nine open positions, ranging from marketing to engineering.

Last month, the blockchain application company’s Dan Finley wrote about how using uPort and the blockchain could authenticate election results and avoid recount efforts like that waged by Jill Stein.

Falcon.io is looking for a customer success manager.

The digital marketing firm has raised $23 million in funding, and has 30+ employees at the Williamsburg WeWork, as well as 200 in Europe.

The Office for Creative Research is hiring a Creative Researcher, natch.


Propel is hiring a full-stack engineer.

The civic tech startup can’t stop winning competitions. Crowned Civic Tech Startup of the Year at our own Brooklyn Innovation Awards two weeks ago, the company just raised $100,000 in grant money last week.

Companies: Common / Carto
Series: Brooklyn

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