We're keeping an eye on cool career opportunities in the Triangle's startup community, and publishing them every so often on ExitEvent. To submit a job opening, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This month's openings include both bootstrapped and venture-backed companies and a variety of jobs in both technical and sales and marketing roles. Especially interesting are the pair of West Coast startups creating Durham development teams. A couple local accelerator programs are also recruiting, giving the earliest stage companies help from experts without expanding their teams. Check out the full list below. (And here's the January 2016 edition)
The Durham-based e-commerce company selling candle and soap-making supplies is in need of a senior Ruby on Rails developer to work on its e-commerce and warehouse system. Apply by emailing email@example.com and including a resume, letter with background on your programming career, links to Github and other source code.
Recently acquired by PopSugar, this New York City startup with UNC-Chapel Hill roots and a Cary-based investor is hiring a development team in Durham, with five positions for senior and junior developers and front-end and QA engineers. Cosmic Cart pairs publishers with e-commerce retailers to easily sell products through content. Here are the jobs.
A developer is needed at this Durham agency that specializes in converting website visitors to customers. Here's the job description—as a bonus, the winning candidate gets a pair of headphones to block out all the marketing speak.
Organic snacks, craft brews and recruitment bonuses are among the perks at this Raleigh software startup that helps sales teams determine the best marketing materials for each potential client. Open positions cover sales, development and operations. Apply here.
After landing an $11 million Series A, this Raleigh software startup is doubling the size of its team in 2016. Here's a chance to work with serial entrepreneurs in enterprise software with the backing of Silicon Valley investors. Jobs include front and back end engineers, customer success, business development, sales, UX/UI and graphic design.
Virtual holograms are a new way to engage customers and partners at conferences and events and in retail settings, and this Durham startup is a leader in the technology that powers them. A new UX designer will get the chance to take part in a fast-growing startup while designing hologram experiences for some of the biggest brands in the world. Apply here.
With customers like Yelp, Hubspot and Zenefits, this Silicon Valley startup is providing new ways to monitor site operations and usage and the performance of modern applications. It's also growing an East Coast operation in Durham with several software engineering jobs open already. Perks: catered lunch daily, team-building hackathons, parties and outings and subsidized transportation and gym memberships. Apply here.
This Durham startup is early-stage (having just raised $3 million) but with a big goal of cutting the cost of clinical trials in half. Senior software, quality assurance and front end engineers as well as an e-learning specialist are needed to help achieve this goal of making clinical research efficient, timely and collaborative on site. Job descriptions are here.
The Durham company taking advantage of an influx of paying for stuff using a mobile phone is fast acquiring retail, travel and other customers that transact business digitally. It also raised $2.5 million from European investors last year to add 23 people to its team. Data science, engineering, UX design and sales and strategic partnership positions are open now. A perk for this company—paid maternity and paternity leave and an open vacation policy. Take off when you want.
Another California startup with its sights on the Triangle, cybersecurity startup Tanium says it offers "Google-like search for your IT data" with a 15-second turnaround even across global networks. The father-son founding team has more than half of its $260 million in funding from powerhouse VC fund Andreessen Horowitz. A couple software engineering positions are open locally as this company prepares to open an office in Durham. More details here.
Or....apply to an accelerator/bootcamp
If you're working on your own startup, The Startup Factory is recruiting a new cohort for a Durham bootcamp. Applications are open through February 29 for the March 15-17 camp. Apply here.
Groundwork Labs is also on a search for a new group of companies to join its summer accelerator program, beginning May 16. Apply for that here by March 29.
A leader in the archiving of social media content for companies and government entities across the U.S., ArchiveSocial is actively seeking sales and technical talent to join its team in Durham. Here are the jobs.
CrowdTunes is a funded and quickly growing startup with an engaging and passionate team that has been working together for over two years to build a world class commercial music management platform. The Durham startup is hiring a senior software engineer to continue building mobile and web applications that change the way venues and people connect with music. Apply on the CrowdTunes AngelList profile.
Exit Intel helps top Internet retailers better monetize their web traffic and needs a full stack developer and client success manager in its fast-growing Raleigh office. If you have any interest in start-ups, e-commerce or digital marketing, this is a unique opportunity to join an accomplished team on the ground floor and help blaze the trail for future growth.
Looking to double in size again, "Best Places to Work" award winner PrecisionLender is looking for a plethora of A-players to fill positions in client development, client success, marketing, communications, operations and development. This team promises you'll get to do "the best work of your life." Apply here.
UltraLinq makes it easy for physicians and healthcare providers to manage ultrasounds and medical images in the cloud, with major healthcare companies like athenahealth and Hitachi Data Systems as partners. It is growing more quickly since expanding from a limited cardiology product, and is in need of a variety of technical employees. Jobs are listed here.
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Laura Baverman manages the day-to-day at ExitEvent, writing and editing stories, lining up contributors and representing us in the community. She also works as a USA Today columnist, writing the Startups and Entrepreneurs column every other week in print and online. Laura has spent a decade in journalism, most of those years as a business reporter in her hometown Cincinnati. Her Ohio roots run deep, but she's learning to love the South. Especially sun, all months of the year.