Startups hiring this week: Civil, Carmera, Propel and more

Get your resumes ready, these five Brooklyn startups are growing and hiring.

On the Market is a 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.

Civil is hiring for product design, data and community leads.

The ConsenSys-linked startup is trying to put news content on the blockchain. Read more in our article about founder Matthew Iles here.

Maude is looking for a social media manager.

Founded by Eva Goicochea and based out of Brooklyn Navy Yard incubator 1776, Maude is bringing simplicity and style to the sex industry. Last week we called the company one of the three most interesting of 1776’s summer cohort.

Maude cofounder Eva Goicochea at the 1776 demo night. (Photo by Tyler Woods)

Maude cofounder Eva Goicochea at the 1776 demo night. (Photo by Tyler Woods)

Work as a blockchain project advisor for Coinfund.

The cryptocurrency hedge fund led by Jake Brukhman is looking to expand as boom times for blockchain continue.

Propel is hiring for business operations, business development and a senior dev.

The for-profit app that helps people navigate the paperwork-laden world of food stamps just received a $4 million round of seed funding this spring, including investments from the rapper Nas and basketball star Kevin Durant’s Durant Company. And also Andreessen Horowitz.

Carmera is looking for a geo software engineer.

Brooklyn’s 3D mappers are trying to build the maps that will allow autonomous vehicles to work. They raised more than $6 million this summer.

Carmera imagery of New York's West Village.

Carmera imagery of New York’s West Village. (Courtesy image)

Companies: Propel
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