Clean Power Research, a San Francisco-based company that builds software products to power renewable energy, split into two branches in 2008. The research branch remained in San Francisco. The newer consulting branch landed in Kirkland, Wash. — where it continues to grow.
Clean Power Research is looking for a Software Development Lead to direct a small team of engineers in creating new products for the solar platform.
That’s one of the current highlights from GeekWork, GeekWire’s jobs site. Continue reading for more of this week’s top listings, hand-picked from the featured listings on the site, and search for more open positions here.
(And as long as you’re job hunting, another good resource is the GeekWire 200 ranking of top technology startups in the Pacific Northwest, and the related GeekWire Startup List database of more than 800 companies. Both can be filtered by category to narrow down your search.)
Zillow, which continues to generate buzz in the wake of its massive Trulia acquisition, is searching for candidates to fill a slew of jobs. One position the real estate database is hoping to fill — Program Manager. According to Zillow, “this is a pivotal role where you will be working on interesting and complex challenges — and actually see your positive impact on the company.” Applicants with at least three years of program management experience are encouraged to apply.
If you have a passion for design, have experience coding CSS and HTML, and you’re sitting on some great GIFs to drop in a company chat room, check out Tagboard’s Designer opening. The hashtag-powered social hub is looking for a collaborative, experienced designer to expand its products and marketing.
In last week’s GeekWork highlights we discussed the financial success of F5, a company that doesn’t often make headlines despite its significance to the Seattle community. F5, which helps online services and cloud applications run smoothly, is growing quickly, with over 35 jobs listed on GeekWork. There are several opportunities at the 3,300-employee company for architects. F5 is searching for candidates who can “work closely with architectural and development teams to ensure hardware, software, and product architectures are developed inline” with the company’s vision.
For a startup that just went live in January 2014, Peach is already make a name for itself in the Seattle community. The food delivery service (designed for office lunches) got its start at Amazon’s Ruby building but is now serving over 50 offices in Seattle. As it expands, Peach is adding new jobs, including a Graphics Designer position. The chosen candidate will create a visual brand across digital and physical platforms, help with branding, and collaborate with the technology team to create digital products.
If you’re interested in working for an organization that made Seattle Business Mag’s 100 best Companies to Work for in Washington, check out ExtraHop’s Sr. Product Manger position. The Seattle-based enterprise technology company is searching for someone to work on inbound product initiatives, collaborate with the product management team, and perform market research and competitive analysis. Extrahop is “looking for individuals who love technology, appreciate elegant solutions to hard problems, and want to learn new things. Sense of humor required… Seriously.”