Who’s hiring: VariabL, Center for Court Innovation, BetaNYC, more

Some open positions for workers who want to help in efforts for social or political reform.

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 supply chain manager and a field technician.

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. The company has also been on a hiring tear recently, adding Eric Rodriguez as its first director of sales in December.

Gimlet Media’s got several open positions it’s looking to fill.

Boom times continue in podcast world. Gimlet is staffing up after a summer in which it raised $20 million.


BetaNYC is looking for a Civic Innovation Lab manager.

The civic-tech org run by Noel Hidalgo is looking for someone to help with its work making government better through technology. The Civic Innovation Lab helps develop “digital and open data practices” with local community boards in the city.

VariabL has six open positions, mostly in engineering and design.

A blockchain startup and spoke at ConsenSys, VariabL is trying to build the infrastructure for a crypto token that’s pegged to the U.S. dollar. We just named it as one of the 10 most interesting blockchain startups in Brooklyn.

The Center for Court Innovation is hiring for a project manager in its technology department.

The Center for Court Innovation is a public/private partnership that works to further the mission of reform in the judicial world.  It operates programs to “test new ideas and solve problems, performs original research to determine what works (and what doesn’t), and provides expert assistance to justice reformers around the world.”

Companies: Common, Gimlet Media
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