As selfish as it may sound, there’s some satisfaction in knowing that people you meet also think that the company you’re working at is awesome. After all, having to explain over and over again what your under-the-radar organization does can become exhausting.
This week, we bring you a series of jobs at established companies as well as positions at startups that are quickly gaining popularity. No matter which openings you end up applying to, we guarantee that everyone you meet will be impressed by your new job.
1. Senior Director in Retention Marketing
Sephora, San Francisco
Love the beauty industry as much as you love marketing? The Senior Director in Retention Marketing position at Sephora—the cutting-edge retailer providing high-quality cosmetics and fragrances to a worldwide customer base—could be your calling. You’ll be leading strategy and execution for Sephora’s email and mobile marketing programs to optimize client engagement and retention.
2. Retail Assistant Buyer
Attention all fashion enthusiasts who are passionate about sales: Reebok is hiring a Retail Assistant Buyer to forecast, plan, and implement strategies to exceed sales goals and profit margins. And why would working at Reebok impress people, you ask? Apart from becoming a household name during the fitness movement of the 1980s, Reebok is a top global fitness brand notorious for challenging convention.
3. Cryptographic Engineer
PayPal is revolutionizing the future of payments around the globe. It’s a safe and secure service allowing users to send and accept payments via online or mobile platforms. The company’s Phoenix location is looking for a talented, creative, and passionate Crytopgraphic Engineer for a challenging opportunity to develop the next generation of Cryptographic Services. You will specialize in building high performance environments to support PayPal’s current and future offerings.
4. Data Scientist
Allstate, Silicon Valley
Founded in 1931, Allstate is the largest publicly held personal lines property and casualty insurer in America—which means the company is currently helping millions of households insure personal possessions and plan for the unexpected. The company’s Silicon Valley location is currently seeking a creative data scientist to assist in the research and development of predictive models, visualization applications, and decision-making tools in a data rich environment. Don’t miss this opportunity to join an award-winning team that has been listed in Forbes’ The World’s Leading Top 100 Companies, Fortune’s America’s Best 50 Companies for Minorities, and much more.
5. Recruiting Coordinator
Venmo, New York
Imagine how awesome it would be to tell your friends you’re working at Venmo—the popular app allowing users to exchange money with friends. The startup is seeking a Recruiting Coordinator to own the logistics of the Venmo interviewing process and coordinate on-site and phone interviews. Applicants should have previous experience as a recruiting coordinator and the ability to multitask and handle a robust pipeline flawlessly.
6. Human Resources
Dow Jones, New York
Started in 1882, Dow Jones has delivered over 100 years of authoritative and ever-evolving journalism. One of the largest news-gathering operations, Dow Jones’ well-respected brands include The Wall Street Journal, MarketWatch, and Barron’s. As someone on the Human Resources team, you’ll be in charge of everything from strategizing about how to find the newest talent and developing strategies on how to better engage employees to handling global mobility and annual salary planning programs.
7. QA Performance Architect
Since its founding in 2001, GoHealth has helped nearly 30 million Americans compare and shop for health insurance plans by phone and online. In addition to powering an online health insurance marketplace, GoHealth provides proprietary CRM software to thousands of individual insurance agents. As the QA Performance Architect, you’ll be responsible for providing performance test support by designing, implementing, and executing performance test solutions.
8. Senior Business Development Executive
PaperG, San Francisco
Named one of Forbes’ 100 Most Promising Companies in America, PaperG is changing how digital ads are created and distributed. PaperG’s technology retrieves all relevant content about an advertiser across the web to intelligently design a beautiful set of ads for desktop, tablet, and mobile devices—all in under a minute. The company is currently seeking a seasoned hunter with a track record of proven success in software or SaaS sales to become the next Senior Business Development Executive. In this role you’ll enjoy opportunity for career growth, the chance to represent “wow” products, and an opportunity to inspire and mentor junior team members.
9. Platform Security Engineer
Zoosk, San Francisco
We’re sure you’ve heard of Zoosk—the online dating company helping over 26 million members from 80 countries worldwide find their perfect match. Good news: The company is hiring! Zoosk is looking for a Platform Security Engineer to develop, promote, and implement strategies to balance security recommendations with business needs. Successful candidates will have senior-level technical and security skills, a confident presence, and the ability to thrive in high-stress environments.
10. IT Engineer
Trello, New York
Everyone’s talking about Trello, the project management tool making collaboration simple, visual, and efficient. If you’re forward thinking and take pride in creating long-lasting solutions, the position could be perfect for you. Apart from managing the company’s Virtual HQ, including shared services and VPN access, you’ll be obtaining equipment and hardware for all employees. Preferred candidates are adept with at least one scripting language and are familiar with Amazon Web Services.
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TopicsCompany Profiles , Jobs of the Week , Job Search , Syndication , Who's Hiring , Reebok , PaperG , Sephora , PayPal , Dow Jones , GoHealth , Trello , Venmo , Zoosk , Allstate
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