AnswerDash, a spinout from the University of Washington, offers predictive technology to answer customer questions in context on websites, aiming to reduce costs and improve the self-help experience for users. The company is currently seeking a Marketing Manager to drive its marketing strategy and generate leads to expand AnswerDash’s client base.
The Marketing Manager will implement SEO, PPC, social media, and content strategies while working with the CEO and VP of Sales and Marketing. This role will also be involved with long term branding across the website and all communication media.
AnswerDash says, “This position offers the opportunity to broaden your marketing skills, with a career path to greater responsibilities as the company scales.”
The ideal candidate will have five or more years in a digital marketing role, be fluent in Search Engine Marketing (SEM), social media, and proficient with HubSpot. More details about this position are available here.
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As a frontend engineer, you’d be focused on working with researchers to build tools to help them visualize and display their work. You might be helping them quickly filter through experiment results, building a UI for them to construct a knowledge base, or figuring out how to display a machine’s thought process when answering a question. There’s a lot of opportunity to learn, and we hope that our frontend engineers can contribute to the overall workings of the Aristo system.”
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Rover.com is a place where dog owners can find and book dog sitters in their area. We help owners find quality sitters and facilitate the entire experience, so dog owners can comfortably travel without worry about the well-being of their furry family members. We are a rapidly growing and well-financed startup founded and based in downtown Seattle.”
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You enjoy contributing to a team that is solving complex data, usability, and scalability problems. You love to work on robust service layer technologies (RESTful APIs, JSON, ASP.NET, and other APIs) and highly scalable data technologies (DynamoDB, Kinesis, and Elasticsearch). You are excited to leverage the cloud infrastructure of AWS to create new market changing solutions, while working under a lean methodology.”
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