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This week, check out a selection of jobs that require tech savvy, but that aren't full-time programming gigs. If you've got tech skills—but don't want to be a developer—check out these 10 positions instead (or check out all of our companies that are hiring on The Muse!).
Account Manager—Enterprise Sales
CrowdFlower, San Francisco
CrowdFlower is looking for an Account Manager with HTML, CSS, and JS skills and experience in a startup environment to join its enterprise sales team. You'll provide support to customers, ensuring they achieve success with CrowdFlower's SaaS-based crowdsourcing platform.
Factual, Los Angeles or Palo Alto
Help Factual make lots of friends in the developer community and inspire them to do cool, creative, and impactful things with the company's open data platform. You should be knowledgeable about and current with web technologies, but your real job will be helping other developers realize the true value of Factual and making sure they have a great experience while using it.
iCracked, Silicon Valley
iCracked wants you to be its next addition to the iTech managerial team. If you’re eager to join a great startup and have proven experience as a coach or mentor to technical teams, then you might be just the person iCracked needs to supervise its iTech community.
Technical Project Manager
TwitchTV, San Francisco
Twitch is looking for a Technical Project Manager to work across teams and organize all of the ongoing and planned projects. You'll also assist in the daily triage of issues between the production and development teams and coordinate with third parties. A software engineering degree and Waterfall and SCRUM experience is a major plus.
Airbnb, San Francisco
Airbnb seeks a Technical Sourcer to help build its engineering team. In this role, you'll build a pipeline of top engineers, qualify candidates for technical and cultural fit, and serve as a face of Airbnb. Must have a passion for and understanding of technology.
Technical Project Manager
Omnigon, New York
If you love sports and entertainment and have a background in mobile and technical project management, this opportunity may be for you. You'll manage the delivery of software projects from discovery and design through technical development and implementation. Project Management certification is a plus.
Lead Product Manager
StackSocial, Los Angeles
StackSocial is looking for an experienced Product Manager to work with its business team. You'll gather requirements and spec out new website features, collaborate with StackSocial's designers and developers to build UI/UX frameworks, and manage product pipelines in Pivotal Tracker. Computer Science degree and Ruby on Rails experience a big bonus.
Offerpop, New York
Yelp, San Francisco
Yelp seeks a Technical Recruiter to hunker down and help build its engineering team. In this role, you'll own the full-cycle recruiting process, identify talent through all channels, and plan recruiting events. Must have a high level of comfort around engineers and great customer service skills.
Facebook, Silicon Valley
Facebook is looking for sharp analysts who can apply their expertise beyond the numbers and understand how users are interacting with core products. In this role, you'll should have a strong quantitative background (experience with large data sets, Computer Science degree, and fluency in SQL or other programming languages) and the ability to communicate results in an effective way.
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