Tech.Co Jobs: Front-End Developer, Senior Network Engineer, Salesforce Developer

March 6, 2015

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The sun is out and shining brightly out today in Boston, and if the people of Boston can have some luck with the weather this month, maybe you’ll get a shot at some new jobs this month. If you’re thinking about a new career or wanting to work at a different company, then check out some of the recent Tech.Co job posts and consider applying for one!

If you’re looking for jobs at startups – or anywhere else – look no further than the Tech.Co Jobs Board. Here are this week’s top technology jobs:

Front-End Developer

Modus Operandi in Portland, OR

In this role, you will build responsive experiences implementing the latest best practices and standards. You will work collaboratively with clients and internal team members to create rich and compelling interactive experiences. You must code within existing front-end frameworks and established best practices. And you must have the ability to take digital assets from PSD format and write cross browser / pixel perfect code. Read more…

Technical Lead

Modus Operandi in Portland, OR

The ideal candidate is a well-rounded digital rockstar with a proven ability to architect and lead the development of rich interactive and highly scalable experiences. Modus Operandi is looking for someone with a deep understanding of web development frameworks, social APIs and design patterns. This should include experience developing in both front-end and back-end scripting languages with several years of experience being a lead developer architecting highly scalable interactive experiences. This person should be comfortable collaborating and creating the experience with other technical and creative leads while also working directly with the client to help architect rich solutions. Read more…

NOC Technician Level 2

Digital West Networks, Inc. in San Luis Obispo, CA

All NOC positions are responsible for the safety, security and functionality of the data center and other areas of the building. Often, NOC personnel are also the “first face” that a customer comes into contact with when they need support. Therefore, a friendly, courteous, helpful disposition is essential. The most important abilities of a NOC Technician are computer technical knowledge and the ability to increase it on one’s own, patience with those who are less technically savvy, troubleshooting, pattern recognition, and discernment. The most important characteristics of this employee are reliability, dependability, and the willingness to go above and beyond the call of duty in assisting customers. Read more…

Network Operations Center Supervisor

Digital West Networks, Inc. in San Luis Obispo, CA

This position is responsible for all aspects of the NOC’s 24/7/365 operation, from staffing to security. The most important capabilities of the NOC Supervisor are personnel management, adaptability, leadership, and teaching technical knowledge to others. The conviction necessary to propagate a culture of friendly, helpful, capable support staff is a key characteristic of this individual. Read more…

Senior Network Engineer

Digital West Networks, Inc. in San Luis Obispo, CA

The Senior Network Engineer will be responsible for providing high level design solutions taking into account the appropriate redundancy, scalability, security, QoS, latency, and manageability requirements needed for the continuing success of DWNI’s core IP & VoIP network infrastructure. The Senior Network Engineer is expected to have the expertise to enhance the existing network design, implement additional network elements, provide ongoing support and maintenance, including all analysis tools and monitoring. Complete coverage of day to day monitoring, care and feeding, along with detailed trouble shooting and analysis. Read more…

Data Coordinator – Immigration Executive Action Program

Center for Popular Democracy in New York, NY

The Center for Popular Democracy is hiring Data Coordinators who will deploy the data and technology components of a multi-state campaign to implement President Obama’s Executive Action on immigration, which will improve the lives of an estimated 5 million immigrants. The Data Coordinators will work with the national Executive Action team and will be responsible for coordinating the data and technology components of a field outreach campaign to reach 400,000 immigrants and provide assistance to 40,000 immigrants to apply for Deferred Action for Child Arrivals/Deferred Action for Parental Accountability ( DACA/DAPA). The responsibilities will include configuring, deploying, and supporting technology to be used in field canvassing, immigration law screening, and member sign up; helping to manage the field canvass; assisting in the operations setup of the application assistance centers; and managing and analyzing data. Read more…

Salesforce Developer and Architect

ContextMedia in Chicago, IL

ContextMedia is looking for both experienced technical leaders and junior level developers who want to employ their skills to improve efficiency across a high growth organization. ContextMedia utilizes a custom Salesforce solution for sales, marketing, account management, case tracking, hardware/asset administration, and thorough data analysis. The Salesforce team will be responsible for improving and owning technical execution for this platform to drive efficiency throughout our business. Read more…

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Ronald Barba was the previous managing editor of Tech.Co. His primary story interests include industry trends, consumer-facing apps/products, the startup lifestyle, business ethics, diversity in tech, and what-is-this-bullsh*t things.

Aside from writing about startups and entrepreneurship, Ronald is interested in ‘Doctor Who’, Murakami, ‘The Mindy Project’, and fried chicken. He is currently based in New York because he mistakenly studied philosophy in college and is now a “writer”. Tweet @RonaldPBarba.

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