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This week, if you’re a recent grad still on the hunt for your first entry-level gig, we’ve got the jobs for you. Get that resume ready, then get applying!
1. Front-End Developer
AlphaSights, New York
Do you have an eye for design and an ability to make digital platforms look awesome? If so, AlphaSights is seeking a self-motivated front-end developer to take its projects to the next level.
2. Technical Writer
Apportable, San Francisco
If talking about tech is your jam, you’d better take a look at the open Technical Writer position at Apportable. In this role, you’ll be using your wordsmith talents to communicate all of the company’s work to the mobile tech community.
3. Teacher Leadership Development Assistant
Teach For America, Chicago
TFA is looking for an awesome assistant for its teacher leadership development team. In this role, you’ll be providing administrative support for the group, creating and managing systems for data tracking, and preparing materials for staff meetings.
4. Administrative Officer
Department of Labor, San Francisco
This isn’t your average Administrative Officer position. Working specifically for the National Park Service (Pacific West Region), you’ll be in charge of overseeing all of the day to day activities required for the park to accomplish its mission and programs—all while seeing a beautiful slice of the American landscape.
5. Tour Consultant
EF Education First, Denver
If you want to take a stab at sales, consulting, and entrepreneurship in one swoop, definitely check out the Tour Consultant position from EF Education First, where you’ll be helping drive the success of travel programs around the globe.
6. Digital Design Production Artist
HZDG, Washington, DC
HZDG’s Digital Design Production Artist will assist in the execution of image assets and email marketing templates for clients and partners.
7. Financial Operations Analyst
Prezi, San Francisco
As Prezi’s Financial Operations Analyst, you’ll be using data to figure out user behavior patterns, designing and maintaining reporting dashboards to track business metrics, and assisting with the creation of financial forecasting.
8. Customer Service Supervisor
Verizon, Rochester, NY
Verizon is looking for a customer service pro who has at least a year or two of experience working in a call center. Bilingual language skills are a plus.
9. Recruitment Associate
Handy, New York
Handy is seeking a Recruitment Associate to manage all job postings on job boards and other locations, determine applicant requirements for job listings, conduct all initial screenings for candidates, and arrange the logistics for candidates being considered.
10. Junior Web Designer
StackCommerce, Los Angeles
Are you a Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator savant? If so, StackCommerce is on the lookout for a Junior Web Designer to join its team and create beautiful designs for both print and digital platforms.
Bonus: Editorial Intern
The Muse, New York
Looking to get your foot in the door of the editorial world—and do real work from day one? Our editorial operation, The Daily Muse, is looking for a full-time intern to start immediately and help our fast-moving editorial department prepare the best job search and career content on the web (and make it look stunning).
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TopicsTeach for America , Job Search , Company Profiles , Syndication , Finding a Job , Jobs of the Week , Prezi , EF Education First , StackCommerce , Handy , Department of Labor , AlphaSights
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