As awesome as corporate firms are, there’s no denying that more and more people are becoming more attracted to technology companies—whether it’s because of their incredible office perks , their tight-knit company culture, or their mission of transforming the way people live in one way or another.
Sound like something you’re interested in? We’ve put together job openings at some of the hottest tech companies across the country. From big names you immediately recognize (think MailChimp, GrubHub, and Uber), to startups that are just beginning to disrupt their respective industries, there’s bound to be a position for you.
1. UI Designer
More than 7 million people around the world are using MailChimp, the email marketing service that lets customers develop and analyze great email newsletters. The company’s currently looking for a UI Designer to create interaction models and screen designs that will optimize user experience. If you’re a talented designer who knows the web inside and out and are always exploring the latest and greatest web apps, then this position could be your calling.
2. Digital Marketing Associate
GrubHub, New York
We’re sure you’re familiar with GrubHub—the company quelling hunger across the United States by providing local menus, online ordering, and delivery services. Well, now’s your chance to join the team. As the Digital Marketing Associate, you’ll be in charge of all retention email marketing campaigns and reporting. Responsibilities include everything from developing channel communications to executing messaging strategies.
3. Inside Sales Associate
Prezi, San Francisco
With a community of more than 50 million users worldwide, Prezi is the cloud-based 3D software replacing boring presentations with beautiful narratives on an enhanced virtual canvas. Now’s your time to join this Accel-funded company that’s changing the way in which ideas are developed and shared. As the Inside Sales Associate, you’ll generate new opportunities, close deals, and work to ensure a smooth and successful customer handoff process.
4. Account Development Representative
When I Work, Minneapolis
Loved by thousands of businesses and more than 250,000 employees worldwide, When I Work is a software company creating apps that efficiently transform workplace management systems. Want to join this mobile leader that’s changing the way the world schedules and tracks time for hourly workers? Look no further. When I Work is hiring an Account Development Representative to act as a liaison between product management and the customer and provide helpful advice to improve users’ experiences.
5. Senior Editor
Contently, New York
Are you enthralled by writing? Do you have an eye for spotting, commissioning, and assigning great stories that rack up social shares and drive conversation? If so, take a look at the Senior Editor opening at Contently—the company bridging the gap between journalists and publishers. Responsibilities include managing an editorial calendar, identifying and vetting contributors from Contently’s network, and defining the company’s content strategies.
6. Global Sales Executive
onefinestay is an exciting alternative to bland hotels or sterile vacation apartments. By combining the best parts of hotels with the comfort of real houses, onefinestay allows guests to live like locals. The company is currently looking for a people-loving quick learner to become the Global Sales Executive. If you thrive on targets, love pouring out your personality into every interaction, and are completely fascinated by the possibilities of sales, you could be the perfect fit for the position.
7. Student Support Representative
Udacity, Silicon Valley
Do you happen to be a people person with excellent organizational and communication skills? Or, perhaps, do you thrive in fast-paced environments with a diversity of challenges? If so, you could become a Student Support Representative at Udacity—the online education platform that’s bridging the gap between traditional education and the ever-changing digital world. You’ll be playing a huge role in improving students’ learning experiences and will respond to student inquiries in an empathetic, timely, and precise manner.
8. Developer Advocate
Trello, New York
Launched at TechCrunch Disrupt 2011, Trello is the project management tool making collaboration simple, visual, and efficient. With over 5 million users, the platform is helping all sorts of people—from executives at large companies to teachers collaborating in classrooms—better organize their lives. As Trello’s Developer Advocate, you’ll write useful example code, build sample starter projects, and help developers already building for the company’s API.
9. Community Support Representative
Uber is the on-demand car service shaking up transportation systems around the world. Right now, the Chicago office is hiring a Community Support Representative who’s all about helping and educating both riders and drivers. If you’re passionate about helping others and creating customer support experiences that wow users, and if you’re quite the Uber evangelist, the company would love to chat with you.
10. Product Manager
From venues to vendors, mywedding.com is a bride’s one-stop shop for planning her special day. The platform successfully connects engaged couples with local, national, and international wedding professionals and venues, while providing targeted advertising opportunities for product and service providers. mywedding.com is currently seeking a Product Manager to develop inspired online products that meet customer needs. Anyone with an understanding of product development lifecycle, internet business models, and information and interaction design is highly encouraged to apply.
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TopicsJob Search , Tech , Startups , Company Profiles , Syndication , Who's Hiring , Jobs of the Week , Prezi , Contently , onefinestay , MailChimp , Trello , Udacity , Grubhub , Uber , When I Work , mywedding.com
A board member of Columbia Organization of Rising Entrepreneurs, Kat is either hosting inspiring founders or trekking across cities (Silicon Valley and London, anyone?) to discover the hottest startups. And, when she’s not putting together large-group gatherings for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, Kat is planning food excursions to discover the best Taiwanese beef noodle soup in NYC. The only thing she loves almost as much as crafting content as an Editorial Intern at The Muse is studying content as an English Major at Columbia University. Say hi on Twitter @katxmoon.More from this Author