#1 of 10NGP VAN - Washington, DC and Boston/Somerville, MA
We're doing a major expansion and have a bunch of positions open, including internships. This is not a joke.
* Software Engineer (Boston, DC)
* QA Analyst or Engineer (Boston, DC)
* SQL Server DBA (Boston, DC)
* Software Engineering Intern (Boston, DC)
* DevOps Engineer (DC)
* UX Designer (Boston)
* Front End Developer (Boston)
* Product Manager (Boston)
* HTML/CSS Intern (Boston)
NGP VAN is the world’s leading political technology firm, providing campaign and organizing technology to Democrats, progressives, and non-partisan organizations. We offer an integrated platform that combines the best fundraising, compliance, organizing, and digital products available. We built the voter contact and volunteer management tools used by Obama for America. Nearly every State Democratic Party in the United States distributes our VoteBuilder tools to Democrats up and down the ticket, and we provide industry-leading organizing tools that enable labor unions, environmental groups, pro-choice advocates, civil rights activists, and progressive political parties to win their campaigns around the world. Our fundraising and compliance software is used by the majority of Democrats from the Presidential level on down, and our fast-growing digital platform has become the most-used toolset for Democratic campaigns as well.
NGP VAN has been recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in America by Inc. Magazine for seven years in a row, and one of the top 50 fastest growing companies in the DC area by both the Washington Business Journal and SmartCEO. We are a successful and growing company with a passion for our employees’ career advancement. We are an open-minded, flexible workplace that values learning and contributions of many different kinds.
Company Site: http://ngpvan.com
We are open to interviewing across a pretty wide range of experience levels. Hit me up at dmiller at ngpvan dot com for more info or to apply. I'm the VP of Engineering here.
Keywords: ONSITE INTERNS
#2 of 10General Assembly (http://generalassemb.ly) | New York, NY | ONSITE & REMOTE | Multiple Positions | Fulltime
General Assembly transforms thinkers into creators through education and opportunities in technology, business, and design. We offer classes, workshops, long-form courses, and events in worldwide markets including New York where we are headquartered, Atlanta, Austin, London, Hong Kong, Sydney, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston, Chicago, Seattle, Melbourne, and Washington DC. We also partner with Fortune 500 companies to spur innovation through increased digital fluency and more effective approaches to collaboration. We have small, cross-functional product teams that are developing innovative new solutions to online education, and currently we have various open positions across the engineering organization that we are looking to fill. If you want to be part of a diverse team, working on challenging tasks, and want to help the world expand their knowledge to better themselves and their careers via education, drop us a line. If you're in New York City, let's grab a drink or a coffee and chat!
See our full list of open positions ranging from engineering, to design, to teaching opportunities at https://generalassemb.ly/careers. Please feel free to contact me directly with your resume or any questions at elliott . carlson - at - generalassemb.ly
#3 of 10Interested in Gov+Tech? Sr and Jr full stack developers, executive assistant sought GovReady | Washington, DC | ONSITE, INTERNS | US Citizens only
GovReady is developing an open source expert system to make the painful paperwork of IT Cybersecurity Compliance a thing of the past, the same way modern tax-prep software replaced confusing forms and instructions. https://www.dhs.gov/science-and-technology/news/2016/03/01/s...
I'm aiming to build a small, eclectic and non-traditional team of thoughtful software builders each of whom have genuine interest in multiple parts of the stack and/or operations. Six figure salary for Sr individual with track record of open source contributions and respectable salary for Jr individual with evidence of ability to learn and interesting background. Gov experience a plus, but not a barrier.
Put "Hacker News - GovReady Jobs" in subject line and email to firstname.lastname@example.org and remove name and biographical information from your resume (but include github or other relevant handle). Unfortunately, US Citizens only... https://www.linkedin.com/in/greg-elin-b8885b4
== Who we are ==
Everyone has a right to keep their digital content private and secure. Virtru was founded with the belief that exercising that right should be easy and convenient. Virtru allows you to send end-to-end encrypted email using your existing email address and existing email provider with the flip of a switch.
We have browser extensions for Chrome/Firefox, apps for iPhone and Android, and a plugin for Outlook desktop.
Our full time team of ~30 is currently 50% engineers and with ~50% of the team working remotely across the US. We value automated testing, readable/maintainable code, documentation, and code reviews. We run in 2 week sprints and dedicate about 20% of total capacity to things the dev team thinks are important (technical debt, refactoring, exploring a new technology, etc), while the rest goes to feature development and addressing bugs.
== Current positions ==
== Get in touch ==
If you care about privacy and are interested in creating security products at a company which thinks that user experience is a first class citizen, please get in touch! Send a secure email (using Virtru!) to email@example.com with subject “HN who is hiring response” and tell us what interests you about Virtru. It would be great if you can provide some sample code that we can check out (github, bitbucket, etc).
#5 of 10Syntasa • Washington DC Metro Area (Herndon, VA) • Full Time • OnSite Only • Visa Transfer OK • www.syntasa.com
We are a close knit team of data scientists, software architects, and software developers who are building an advanced marketing analytics platform. We leverage proven streaming, machine learning, visualization, and big data technologies to process billions of records in real-time resulting in actionable intelligence that improves acquisition, conversion, and retention. This provides a unique opportunity to be a part of a growing team in a fast-paced and evolving environment that delivers business impacts from data driven recommendations.
If you're interested please email me at sergey.cherman at syntasa dot com
#6 of 10Pascal Metrics, Washington DC (Georgetown)
We're a healthcare startup focused on keeping patients safe in hospitals.
Our software platform enables clients to detect, track, and analyze patient safety issues across hospital systems.
We're looking for full-time software engineers to help build out our SaaS platform.
Check us out at http://www.pascalmetrics.com/about/careers/
If you're interested in making an impact in healthcare, improving work culture, and tackling hard technical challenges, please reach out to me directly to chat in detail.
theo at pascalmetrics.com
#7 of 10Pivotal | ONSITE SF, NYC, Palo Alto and many, many locations worldwide | Engineers, Designers, Product Managers, Pre/Post-Sales Engineers, Operators, Sales
We value aptitude over alma mater, empathy over APIs. It doesn't matter whether your résumé says PHP or PhD: if you're smart, empathetic and know some stuff, we want to work with you.
Pivotal's goal is to change the way the world makes software and we kinda sorta really mean it. We're broken into three basic divisions: Pivotal Labs (yes, that Pivotal Labs), Pivotal Cloud Foundry and Pivotal Big Data. Moving between divisions, temporarily or permanently, is possible.
We have offices in San Francisco, New York City, Santa Monica LA, Palo Alto, Seattle, Boulder, Denver, Chicago, Boston, Washington DC, Toronto, London, Dublin, Tokyo, Sydney, Berlin, Singapore and Beijing, with more coming.
We are constantly thinking about how we work and how we can work more sensibly, effectively and enjoyably.
-- Pivotal Labs, from which the company draws its name and cultural seed, helps clients to become better at development. For engineering we are religiously lean and agile. In practice that means we pair program and TDD every line of code from the outside. Our product managers are fantastic at keeping products sharply focused, our designers are masters from users to pixels.
-- Cloud Foundry solves application deployment and management. We're the main contributors to the Cloud Foundry project. We're constantly improving the leading opensource PaaS -- our distribution has the fastest-growing sales of any opensource product ever.
Except for integrated upstream code, every line is pair programmed and TDD'd. We dogfood the cutting edge of the technology on our own commercial public cloud (Pivotal Web Services). It works because we took the XP and Lean DNA of Pivotal Labs and scaled it up to build the best cloud platform available.
-- Big Data is our suite of battled-hardened products, now open sourced. Greenplum tackles massive datasets with the comfort of PostgreSQL. Apache HAWQ (incubating) brings Greenplum's distributed query planner to Hadoop. Gemfire, donated as Apache Geode (incubating), is an in-memory distributed grid with years of high performance in high-stakes systems.
At our offices we have free breakfast, weekly tech talks, good benefits and competitive pay. You'll probably learn more, more quickly, than any other time in your career. Ping pong isn't mandatory, but it's popular. I think west-coast ping pong is harder to beat, but east-coast style is more entertaining to watch. The beer fridge has more IPA than I prefer but I guess that's life in paradise.
You can see the available jobs and apply through our website: https://pivotal.io/careers. If you do, please mention my name. You can also email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to answer any questions you might have. Either of these helps me score one of our referral bonsues (did I mention our generous referral scheme?)
For what it's worth, I'm just an engineer, so my replies might not be immediate. I hope that's OK.
#8 of 10# Wiredcraft - We create apps that matter We're engineers, designers & strategists creating software that solves real-world problems. Think data visualization for the World Bank, software to run the Myanmar elections and DevOps for the biggest electronics manufacturer in the world. Check out our current open positions by visiting our website, or if you are ready to apply now send us an email at email@example.com
1. Design Director | Berlin & Shanghai | Full-time, onsite | http://wiredcraft.com/jobs/design-director/
2. Sales & Business development | Berlin, Shanghai & Washington, DC | Full-time, onsite | http://wiredcraft.com/jobs/sales-business-development/
## We’re always accepting applications so feel free to drop us a line for these positions too.
- Project manager | Berlin & Shanghai| Full-time, onsite | http://wiredcraft.com/jobs/project-manager/
- Web & Mobile Designer | Berlin, Shanghai & Washington, DC | Full-time, onsite | http://wiredcraft.com/jobs/web-mobile-designer/
- DevOps Engineer | Berlin & Shanghai | Full-time, onsite | https://wiredcraft.com/jobs/devops/
- Front-end Developer | Berlin & Shanghai | Full-time, onsite | http://wiredcraft.com/jobs/front-end-developer/
- Mobile Developer | Berlin & Shanghai | Full-time, onsite | http://wiredcraft.com/jobs/mobile-developer/
- Online Marketing | Berlin, Shanghai & Washington, DC | Full-time, onsite | http://wiredcraft.com/jobs/online-marketing/
More details on our site: http://wiredcraft.com/about/#jobs.
Don't see a position that fits your skills? If you're smart and eager to learn, it'd be worth a shot to send us an email anyway: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We sponsor visas.
#9 of 10Nava | Washington DC & San Francisco | Experienced full-stack developers/devops/product manager | On-site - Full-time | $100k-$160k + equity
We're a small team of engineers and designers from Silicon Valley that came out to DC last year to help fix Healthcare.gov. It turns out there’s a lot more to fix, and it’s surprising how much can be fixed by a small group of resourceful people with a Silicon Valley mindset, deep technical experience, working closely with dedicated civil servants in government.
Our revamped Healthcare.gov application is used by millions, converts 35% better, and halves the completion time. The login system we rebuilt is about two orders of magnitude more reliable and two orders of magnitude less expensive; for example, it’s about $70M less per year to operate.
People die because the Veteran's Administration is months behind in processing claims. The Social Security Administration pays benefits to millions of deceased Americans. $80 billion is spent every year on federal IT contracting, and 96% of projects are deemed failures. 
That’s not because there’s some conspiracy or because government is inherently incapable of doing it right. These are complicated legacy systems and processes, and there are very few people with modern tech industry experience who are aware of these problems and willing to help fix them. You can help change that.
Our team is about fifteen people (Stanford, Google, Khan Academy, Dropbox, YC alums) in DC and SF, and we plan to grow significantly in 2016.
We’re looking for: * experienced full-stack engineers * experienced devops engineers * a product manager with a technical background (DC only) * a technical project manager (DC only)
We have a social mission (we incorporated as a public benefit corporation), but we pay market compensation and equity.
If you'd like to build software and infrastructure that radically improves how our government serves people, we’d love to hear from you at email@example.com.
Learn more about us: http://navahq.com
Job descriptions: http://jobs.lever.co/nava
#10 of 10Full-Stack Engineer / Data Scientist | The Open Syllabus Project (http://explorer.opensyllabusproject.org) | NYC / SF | Full-time | NYC or Remote
The Open Syllabus Project is an academic data-mining project at Columbia and Stanford that’s extracting structured information from a corpus of 1M+ college course syllabi. What’s actually being taught in college classrooms? How has this changed over time? What can we learn about the organization of the modern university from large-scale trends in the texts that are being assigned? How can insights from these data be applied to curriculum development, education policy, and lifelong learning?
We launched a beta version of the platform with an op-ed in the New York Times in January, and since then the project has appeared in The Washington Post, Time, The Chronicle of Higher Education, MarketWatch, Der Spiegel, Business Insider, Lifehacker, FiveThirtyEight, WNYC, QZ, and elsewhere. It's also been picked up by major news outlets in Europe, Russia, China, Japan, South Korea, Ukraine, Egypt, and Mexico.
We're looking for someone who has experience with large-scale data analysis, natural language processing, web archiving, and web application development to help us grow OSP into a comprehensive, feature-rich authority about teaching trends in higher education. Some of the things we're going to be working on in the coming months:
* Build a scalable infrastructure for crawling university websites for syllabi, with the goal of growing the corpus to 4-5M documents in the next 6 months.
* Expand the universe of books and articles that we search for in syllabi by identifying new bibliographic databases (Citeseer, arXiv) and integrating them into OSP’s data extraction pipeline.
* Write classifiers to improve the accuracy of the citation and metadata extraction jobs.
* Expand the public-facing web application to surface new types of information – visualize change in assignment trends over time, add profile pages for authors and publishers, and build richer ways to explore the citation graph.
* Help develop a research program around the data. We’re interested in applications to information science, literary studies, education policy, history of science, and canon / university studies.
If these kinds of projects sound interesting, we'd love to hear from you! We use Python for the data extraction rig and the public-facing website (Flask), Elasticsearch for citation extraction, React+Redux on the front end, and Ansible to manage infrastructure on AWS. Beyond specific technologies, though – first and foremost we're looking for a collaborator and partner who can help us build on what we have and push the project in new directions.
Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.