Two weeks ago, Seattle-based fitness startup EveryMove launched @Work, a version of its fitness tracking platform for businesses. The new service is designed to help companies give employees incentives to be more active.
It’s the latest in a series of new initiatives from the TechStars Seattle grad, which lets users track their healthy habits and receive rewards.
Now, EveryMove is hiring a Senior Product Manager to focus on the consumer experience. The startup is looking for someone with at least five years of product management experience to own and lead consumer experiences — both mobile and web. EveryMove is offering a competitive salary and perks for this Seattle-based position.
(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.)
Every year fast-growing Seattle beauty brand Julep brings over 300 new products to market with its monthly subscription program. The company has raised $56 million in venture capital and continues to introduce new products of its own.
As part of this expansion, Julep also has several job openings listed on GeekWork.
Julep is looking for developers to join its growing technology team. Candidates with three or more years of relevant experience and a degree in computer science are encouraged to apply. The company is offering a comprehensive health-care package, life insurance, equity, and in-office yoga.
Seattle marketing analytics firm, Moz, has an opening for a software engineer to join its team. The engineer will design, build, and support distributed services to power the company’s analytics product. Moz is looking for someone with a background building large distributed systems infrastructure, a strong knowledge of complex data structures, and the ability to take the lead on complex problems.
The right candidate will receive a competitive salary, 401K stock options, and 21 days off plus $3,000 per year toward vacation.
Substantial, a Seattle firm that designs technology experiences from mobile apps to large-scale interactive products, is looking for a developer to join its team.
Fast-growing Seattle e-commerce platform Bonanza has an opening for a developer to improve its user interface. This role involves fixing bugs, implementing new features, improving the responsiveness of the site, and collaborating with the company’s Rails dev team.
Bonanza is offering a competitive salary and several perks including “Work from home Wednesday” and “Freedom February” — in which the team retreats from the Seattle gloom to work remotely in a tropical locale.
When a parent recently asked Rich Barton if her son should get into the startup game right out of college he said, “Sure, go for it. If you are moved. He is the most risk-loving and capable of taking risk on in his career at this point … than at any point in the future. He’s got nothing but more responsibilities to gain.” That risk-friendly attitude has certainly paid off for Barton when he co-founded fast-growing real estate database Zillow.
In fact, despite some recent controversy, Zillow continues to expand and add jobs. The company is currently looking for a customer-focused UX researcher to advocate for users. The ideal candidate will have at least three years of relevant experience and an advanced degree. Zillow is offering a competitive salary, life insurance, flexible spending accounts, and additional benefits.