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Job openings in tech: NYC Planning Labs, GRID+, New Lab and more

Analysts and designers are in demand at these Brooklyn startups. It's On the Market.

New Lab, developed by Macro Sea, opened September 2016 in the Navy Yard. (Photo by Tyler Woods)

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.

NYC Planning Labs is hiring for an analyst.

Help figure out how to make infrastructure and community projects work best with this startup-like branch of city government.


New Lab is looking for a graphic designer.

The coworking space for designers and manufacturers is home to some of the most interesting startups in New York City.

GRID+ has 5 open roles, including engineering and analyst positions.

The blockchain energy company is about to have a coin offering, in which it expects to raise tens of millions of dollars for its audacious plan to reconfigure the way people buy and produce energy.

Grid+ expects to raise $75M with its ICO.

Work on engineering or design at Kickstarter.

The Greenpoint tech giant has four open positions at the moment, including in design, engineering and people operations.

Kickstarter's Greenpoint headquarters at 58 Kent.

Companies: New Lab
Series: Brooklyn

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