14 Companies Hiring Like Crazy in March
There’s nothing better than the start of springtime in March—the snow’s melting, flowers are blooming, you can finally walk outside without a coat, and, oh yeah, some amazing company is out there looking to hire you!
You heard me—to celebrate the beginning of a fresh season, these 14 companies have tons of job openings. So grab a picnic blanket, a pair of sunglasses, and your laptop, and check out these cool places to work!
Huge was founded on the idea that the principles of user experience should drive not just design, but also how companies do business and interact with their customers. Huge has grown from a small design boutique into a global agency. By bringing together best-in-class service, design, strategy, and technology, the company is known for driving digital transformation and helping companies overcome barriers to innovation.
Huge has tons of job openings internationally and domestically—so hop on them while they’re still around!
Founded in 2005, Yodle’s automated full-service marketing technology simplifies and synchronizes office data to interactively engage client audiences—from responsive social media networks to customized email campaigns. Ranked on the Forbes list of “America’s Most Promising Companies,” Yodle helps local businesses build strong online presences with its time-saving suite of software solutions.
Yodle is hiring like crazy across the country, looking for new additions in areas from finance and data to marketing and product management.
3. Dex Media
A full-service media company, Dex Media provides innovative, integrated marketing solutions to its clients. Dex Media has the knowledge, experience, and expertise to help its clients grow and succeed in today’s competitive environment. It manages its clients’ entire digital portfolios, from setup to ongoing support, and partners with them to build, maintain, and optimize their programs—a service that sets Dex from the competition.
Dex Media is hiring in Columbus, OH, Washington, DC, Dallas, Seattle, Colorado Springs, Chicago, and more major cities!
The Magnetic platform pulls in useful data from all channels and devices, letting companies understand exactly what consumers are looking for. Once the customer snapshot is synthesized, companies can use the information to attract new prospects, personalize merchandise suggestions, and magnetize marketing efforts so each shopper is drawn in—and keeps coming back for more.
Magnetic is looking for engineers, account executives, and business development representatives in places such as Atlanta, San Francisco, Ann Arbor, MI, LA, and NYC.
Committed to creating more meaningful workplace connections, LivePerson is a global leader in digital engagement. It enables its clients to deliver superior customer experiences through a variety of interaction solutions, including chat, voice, targeted content, and video. With options available for mobile, web, and tablet, LivePerson has the perfect product for every platform—and the ideal experience for every client.
LivePerson is hiring primarily in Atlanta and NYC, with jobs in customer service, sales, engineering, finance, business, and marketing.
6. Bai Brands
Flavoring life since 2009—and named one of Forbes’ “Most Promising Companies of 2015”—Bai Brands offers a healthy selection of antioxidant-infused beverages that are deliciously different. They are infused with the goodness of the coffee fruit and a delightful assortment of fun flavors, perfect for creative Bai cocktails and Bai smoothie blends. Bai beverages deliver both excellent nourishment and superb taste—naturally.
Bai Brands has plenty of entry- and mid-level openings in Illinois, Massachusetts, Arizona, New York, and other places.
Nestio is a venture-backed startup that is transforming the residential real estate industry through technology. The company builds software that enables landlords, brokers, and agents to manage and communicate from one place. The preferred records system for the city’s top management companies and brokerage firms, Nestio allows its users to track, manage, and communicate information about their real estate inventory in real time.
Nestio wants to double in size this coming year, so check out all its available jobs in sales, engineering, and customer service.
OpenMarket is a global company that offers mobile messaging solutions to business and enterprises in every industry. From optimizing communication strategies and improving customer service experiences to driving brand awareness and ultimately increasing revenue growth, the company helps engage its target audiences through top mobile technologies and proven network performance.
OpenMarket has open positions in Detroit, Seattle, and even London!
Taboola recommends editorial and sponsored content across many of the world’s most highly trafficked sites. The company helps publishers both to monetize their content and to drive higher engagement, enabling brands to surface their content to the right audience at-scale. Above all, Taboola helps people to discover content that they love that they may otherwise have never been able to find.
Taboola is hiring in NYC and London looking for sales managers, public relations managers, and more.
10. Rain Bird
Founded in 1933, Rain Bird offers a range of irrigation products—serving farms, golf courses, sports arenas, commercial developments, and homes in more than 130 countries around the world. Starting with its first patent in 1935, Rain Bird has since been awarded 450 patents—attesting to a commitment to innovation and excellence in the industry.
Rain Bird is looking for managers in operations, engineering, marketing and PR, sales, and other fields—so there’s a spot for just about anyone.
Launched in 1972, HBO has become a critically acclaimed innovator, ratings record-breaker, and multiple Golden Globe winner in the cable television industry. The company offers 24-hour pay television services of its exclusive productions—including original movies, series, comedy, documentaries, family shows, and world-class sporting events—to its dedicated following of 46 million subscribers in the U.S. and in 50 countries around the globe.
Calling all college students (and career changers!): HBO is searching for some energetic interns in engineering, design, finance, and product management.
CrowdTwist is a multi-channel loyalty platform, helping brands from Pepsi to Zumiez run programs to reward their fans. With its innovative analytics software, CrowdTwist enables its clients to build more active relationships with their customers—making it easy for CrowdTwist’s brands to engage their fans as they earn and redeem loyalty points for amazing insider rewards.
CrowdTwist is currently in need of some engineers, a director of sales, a data scientist, and several other awesome new employees.
Disrupting the service industry since 2009, Fiverr’s entrepreneurial two-sided platform offers the best of both worlds. Fiverr enables customers worldwide to engage in an easy and reliable exchange of services and change the way the world works. Work is play for Fiverr’s elaborate community of sellers, freelancers, Millennials, and more—looking to offer a multitude of talents and make a profit while working from home.
If you’re looking to go abroad, look no further—Fiverr has plenty of openings internationally! And for the homebodies, the company is also hiring in NYC and San Francisco.
MediaRadar is a cloud-based ad sales information service, helping websites, magazines, and newspapers dramatically improve ad sales and client management. MediaRadar provides detailed brand analysis and prospecting reports on over 2.3 million brands, culling advertising and editorial insights from more than 16,000 media properties and giving its 1,200 clients—including ESPN, Rolling Stone, and Bloomberg—a competitive edge by empowering their sales teams to enhance and streamline their sales processes.
MediaRadar is searching for a sales representative, a recruiter, an account manager, and several other positions to fill this month.
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As an Associate Editor for The Muse, Alyse is proud to prove that yes, English majors can change the world. She calls many places home, including Illinois where she grew up and the small town of Hamilton where she attended Colgate University, but she was born to be a New Yorker. In addition to being an avid writer, Alyse loves to dance, both professionally and while waiting for the subway.More from this Author