It’s no secret that tech startups are hungry for programmers. But it’s also no secret that people with extraordinary non-technical skills—whether that’s communication, leadership, or something else—are essential for these startups to function.
This week, check out a selection of non-technical jobs at the hottest tech startups. If you don’t know how to code but would like to enter the exciting world of technology, there’s bound to be a position for you.
1. Digital Marketing Manager
Bounce Exchange, New York
Don’t let your lack of coding experience stop you from becoming a trailblazer in the online marketing industry. If you have experience in digital marketing and want to work in a results-oriented, fast-growing startup, then you could shape the future of web analytics as Bounce Exchange’s Digital Marketing Manager.
2. Outbound Business Development Associate
Social Tables, Washington, DC
Enjoy spending time with people instead of with your laptop? Perfect—Social Tables is searching for someone to become the voice to its future customers. You’ll be creating company awareness through having more than 60 calls a day and more than 30 meetings a month.
3. Content Producer
YPlan wants to get in touch with you ASAP if you’re obsessed with making words shine and want to grow in a fast-paced environment. As the Content Producer, you’ll work closely with the editorial and operations teams and create the best visual experience for every event on the app.
4. Director of Community Marketing
Prezi, San Francisco
Say goodbye to boring slides and say hello to Prezi—the new software to make visually engaging presentations online. As the Director of Community Marketing, you will implement a strategy to generate word of mouth for the startup and help Prezi take over the world.
5. Strategic Business Development Representative
In this position you’ll work with the sales team of ZeroTurnaround to land even bigger deals with strategic customers. Even though you don’t have to understand all the bells and whistles of the technology, you will need to conduct business at all levels from the senior executives and line of business leaders to various roles within IT.
6. Sales Director
SLI Systems, Silicon Valley
Who says you have to be a software engineer to get a job in Silicon Valley? SLI Systems is looking for a customer service enthusiast to lead sales for the company’s learning search and site champion services.
7. English Language Teacher
Voxy, New York
While fluency in Java or Python is not required to work at Voxy—an edtech startup featuring online teacher-led classes—fluency in English is a must. If you have at least one year of teaching experience and own a web camera then check out the English Language Teacher position now.
8. Global Account Manager
Trax Technologies, Multiple Cities
For those of you hoping to extend your track record of exceeding sales and revenue goals, here’s your chance. Trax Technologies is seeking a dynamic leader to manage customer relationships in countries ranging from the U.S. and Scotland to Singapore and the Philippines.
9. Local Sales and Business Development
Handy, New York
Having just raised $30 million from multiple venture capital firms and been featured on TechCrunch, Handy fits the perfect description of a rising tech startup. The company is hiring a part-time Sales and Business Development Lead to join its mission of revolutionizing the home services platform.
10. Software Account Executive and Account Manager
BluBØX, Multiple Cities
Don’t miss this opportunity to join a startup that allows you to work from the comfort of your home. BluBØX is a leading manufacturer in the physical security industry and is looking for an excellent communicator to help shape how the business grows.
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TopicsJob Search , Company Profiles , Syndication , Who's Hiring , Jobs of the Week , Prezi , SocialTables , Blub0x , Trax Technologies , Bounce Exchange , Handy , ZeroTurnaround , Voxy
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