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 email@example.com.
This month's job list includes a mix of companies from around the Triangle, from mobile innovation labs to online security platforms. The types of positions range from sales to engineering and client support. Check out the full list below. (And here's last month's edition.)
This startup, led by experienced SOF (special operations fitness) personnel and athletic coaches, provides multi-week fitness programs, nutritional products and even apparel and accessories for athletes. The company is looking to hire a digital customer service professional at its new office in Durham’s American Underground. The role involves helping test new software, and then will shift to web-based customer support. Contact COO Aron Woolman at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Powered by a mission to build groundbreaking life science products, this Chapel Hill biotech startup has a patented platform for transfusion diagnostics, fertility testing, small-volume assays and specimen preparation. Redbud Labs, formerly Rheomics, was one of six startups to win ~$50K in grant funding from NC IDEA's Fall 2015 cycle. It is hiring a tooling technician to help grow the product. Read more and apply here.
Here’s a Durham startup that’s making it easier for merchants, platforms and payment providers to work together. Its software lets web and mobile platforms work with multiple payment gateways at the same time. The early-stage company is expanding its team in a brand new office with an account executive and sales development representative. More here.
This web-based platform simplifies the process of building, testing and deploying native iOS and Android apps. The Raleigh startup is adding to its product team this fall. Three positions—senior product designer, front-end developer and software test engineer—are open for “smart and passionate people who know creating software should be easier.” Details here.
With its various niche-focused websites, this Durham startup opens doors for readers to discover their new favorite books, which in turn helps independent authors and publishers reach more readers. Written Word Media is looking to add a full-time social media and marketing specialist to its team at American Underground. The startup welcomes applicants with one to three years of experience, but also says the position is perfect for recent grads. Full description here.
This Chapel Hill-based startup transforms medical billing and healthcare claims data into sharable reports, complete with analytics that predict payer behavior. Its customer base ranges from hospitals and clinic sites to large healthcare systems. SV Analytics is on the hunt for a highly motivated engineer with skills like database architecture and BI/cube development. Email founder and CEO Ryan D. Schulteis at email@example.com to find out more.
This Raleigh startup is gaining lots of attention for its local event discovery app. Earlier this year, Offline Medialanded $700,000 from a group of strategic investors in the Triangle to take the app to new cities, appealing to advertisers like Uber and Ticketmaster. Right now, it’s hiring “proactive people who are ready to make an immediate impact.” Open positions include a content and community manager, an iOS developer and a rails engineer, among a few others. Job descriptions here.
This Internet of Things startup packs the latest in smart technology into a single system to assist older adults and individuals living with disabilities. The company is seeking to hire new employees in engineering, finance, marketing, product management. Read the descriptions here.
Several positions are open at the Cary software company that raised $16 million last year. The company provides cloud-based IT service desk solutions, and jobs in marketing, sales and product management at its Cary office. There are also some opportunities at its office in Israel. Learn more about the jobs and apply here.
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 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.
The founder of a Wake Forest startup with Internet of Things technology for collecting tips and payments needs a business partner to build and grow the young company. There's no salary yet, but the opportunity to own nearly a third of the company at its earliest stages. Details here.
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 and quality assurance. Apply here.
If you can build code faster than anyone, this fall's developer-in-residence position at Groundwork Labs might be the right fit. The accelerator program is looking for someone capable of building MVPs for its portfolio companies and who wants the chance to possibly join one. Details here.
After raising a large round of funding and growing at rapid speeds, Pendo is expanding its engineering team and looking for front-end and back-end engineers. Pendo is paying a handsome $2,500 bonus for referrals through EmployUs, so if you or someone you know is looking to work for a fast-moving software-as-a-service startup in Raleigh, make a referral through the EmployUs app.
Expanding in both the Raleigh and Charlotte markets, PrecisionLender is hiring across the company in help desk, sales, account management, PR and marketing. PrecisionLender provides an online tool that enables lenders to match the goals of the borrower and the bank when pricing a loan. Check out the full list of jobs and make a referral through EmployUs to earn $1,000 when they get hired.
Love accounting, finance and start-ups? Check out Venture Back Office's jobs on EmployUs. This company works alongside top venture capitalists and private equity funds to streamline their operations and focus on making great investments. Know someone who is a great analyst or accountant? Refer them and earn $500 when they get hired on EmployUs.
This startup led by NC State alumni is looking for a software engineer who’s interested in computer vision and warehouse automation. Contact Moaad Benkaraache for more information by entering your email via their website.
Know an awesome sales development representative or front-end engineer that would love to join a disruptive civic tech startup? Archive Social is a social media archiving company located in the heart of downtown Durham. Refer someone on EmployUs, earn $1,500 and see how Archive Social helps protect more than 10 million social media records.
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.