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geekworkOur focus at GeekWire is on reporting news, and bringing together the Pacific Northwest technology community. As part of that, we’re also in a position to help people find the best jobs in tech — and we’ve got a couple of new ways to connect great geeks with top companies.

gw200First, we recently launched a new version of our jobs site, GeekWork, with a streamlined interface that makes it easier than ever for employers to post jobs. If you’re looking for your next great gig, check out all of the jobs on the new GeekWork, and sign up to create a profile and upload your resume to the site.

We will also be highlighting our top picks from GeekWork in this weekly post (below).

Second, we’ve added a new feature to our GeekWire 200 index of the Seattle region’s top startups, and to our larger Startup List of Seattle-area tech companies. Companies now have the option to advertise that they’re hiring with a special “We’re Hiring” button and link on the GeekWire 200 and Startup List. Job seekers were already using both to research employers, and we hope this new feature helps.

(Companies interested in putting a “We’re Hiring” button next to their names on the GeekWire 200 and Startup List can contact Daniel Rossi, GeekWire’s chief business officer, at daniel@geekwire.com or 206-423-9196.)

Without further ado, here are our top job picks of the week, hand-picked from the featured listings on GeekWork.

adobe_logo_standard_pngAdobe Muse CC: Software Engineering Manager

Adobe Muse is a tool that graphic designers can use to publish dynamic, standards-compliant websites for desktop and mobile without knowing how to code. The Adobe Muse team is looking for a software engineering manager, to be based at the company’s offices in Seattle, to help build its next generation of products.

Check out the listing and apply on GeekWork.

WhitePagesLogo_hiresWhitePages: Sales Executive, B2B Saas, Entry Level with full training

WhitePages is a unique company in the Seattle technology landscape, founded in 1997 and profitable since its inception, with more than 50 million unique monthly users. This is an entry level sales position, based at WhitePages’ downtown Seattle offices — offering full training, with the opportunity to leverage past experience in retail, hospitality or contact centers.

Check out the listing and apply on GeekWork.

zillow5Zillow: Program Manager, Mobile Team

Zillow is growing fast, and mobile is a major focus for the Seattle-based online real estate company, making this job as program manager on the mobile team a pivotal role. From the listing: “We’re looking for a top-notch program manager who is smart, passionate, and driven to join us in building the best products on the market that delight and serve real estate and rental shoppers.

Check out the listing and apply on GeekWork. Also see Zillow’s full list of open jobs on GeekWork.

NBC News: Back-end developer

nbc“Come work at NBC’s brand new office in Seattle and help invent the future of breaking news.” How cool is that? This back-end developer job is with the NBC-owned startup Breaking News. The company says it’s looking for “an experienced back-end developer with particular interest in servers, hosting, databases, and APIs” plus “strong Python and Django development experience with an eye for improving, optimizing, and scaling applications and hosting environments.”

Check out the listing and apply on GeekWork.

Translational Software: Software Engineer, Personalized Medicine 

TS_Logo_Fancy_BW_MEDRecently featured in GeekWire’s Startup Spotlight, Translational Software is on a mission to help doctors make better decisions by intelligently using genetic data.

The listing explains what they’re looking for in a software engineer: “We are in a unique position to bring personalized medicine to reality and need a developer with the passion, intellect, and experience to deliver a world class product in a rapidly evolving field. This position requires healthy doses of initiative and flexibility in a very dynamic environment.”

Check out the listing and apply on GeekWork.

Jobs in this regular feature are selected from GeekWork, where you can find many more technology job openings. To submit a listing, go to GeekWork.com and sign up for an employer account. 

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