In December, EnergySavvy made Forbes’ list of 10 Companies to Watch in Energy Analytics. The Seattle-based company, which serves about 25 utility clients across the U.S., closed out its latest funding round last summer at $8.25 million.
EnergySavvy, led by former Microsoft employee Aaron Goldfeder and former Redfin and Amazon.com employee Leo Shklovskii, has been pursuing new talent since the close of its financing round. Now the company is seeking new Software Program Manager.
The primary function of this role is driving engineering and delivery of the Optix Engage tool, one of the company’s flagship products. A passion for customer service and user experience are key. Candidates with three to five years of experience in technical program management are encouraged to apply.
That’s one of the current highlights from GeekWork, GeekWire’s jobs site. Continue reading for more of this week’s top openings, hand-picked from the featured listings on the site, and search for more open positions here.
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Fast-growing Zillow continues to expand its Seattle presence and its appetite for new talent is insatiable. One of the company’s many listings on GeekWork is a cloud-based position. This architect will be responsible for building new cloud-based services and risk management. The ideal candidate will have a B.S. in Computer Science, expert level knowledge of AWS services, and a deep understanding of security principles.
This engineering position is a highly technical role focused on design and optimization of work activities and developing strategic architectural roadmaps for Symetra technologies. The candidate chosen will be expected to serve in an expert advisory technical role, managing several aspects of the company’s IT department. A minimum 10 years of IT experience and relevant BS are required.
BrandVerity, a Seattle Startup that helps companies prevent trademark poaching, is looking for an experienced engineer to join its team. This developer should be comfortable adapting to a new stack and providing guidance for more junior members of the team. “We’re not looking for specific skill buzzwords,” writes BrandVerity. “Experience with Python, AWS, and non-relational data storage would help you ramp up faster, but we’re willing to invest the the time if you come with the right stuff but not the same stack.”