where is who is hiring?
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NavVis is a Munich-based indoor mapping and navigation startup that has recently expanded to the US and opened a New York City office.
As the third sales employee of NavVis US in New York City, you will have the unique opportunity to help launch an established European venture-backed startup’s first US office. Your day-to-day activities will range from expanding the NavVis partner network to maintaining contact with C-level executives at companies across the United States and North America. You will present to clients weekly and frequently travel to client sites to discuss NavVis in-person and showcase our technology. In particular, you will be selling the world’s most advanced 3D mapping system, with the ultimate goal of enabling indoor navigation throughout building interiors in the United States.You will be in touch and collaborate with NavVis’ Head of North America as well as other high-level employees in Munich on a daily basis. Provided that you contribute to NavVis’ growth with a strong sales track record, you will play a key role in bringing NavVis’ US growth to the next level.
More information and application link here: http://www.navvis.com/company/careers/jobs/business/jr-accou...
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We are a small software development group at the University Library of the Technische Universität München (TUM, Technical University Of Munich) working on tools that facilitate research and publication of research results. Our main product is the university publication server which is written in Python. We are looking for full stack, backend or frontend developers to improve our tools and the open source libraries we depend on. You will have the opportunity to work with researchers from our university or other universities that use our software. There are no strict experience requirements but you should have the desire and ability to learn new things. Some knowledge of web development, user interface design, Git, DevOps, testing or other things mentioned below would be great. Part-time employment is possible.
Things that we like:
* Free Software * Python * SQLAlchemy * Flask * PostgreSQL * Nginx * Linux, especially NixOS * ElasticSearch
Things we want to try out in the near future:
* Elm and other JS alternatives like Typescript or Transcrypt * React * your own ideas?
== Hiring process ==
We won't put you through whiteboard coding sessions or multiple interviews. Instead, we'd like to talk about projects and write some code together. Good contributions to open source projects are a big plus.
== How to to apply ==
Please see our offical job announcement here (english text below): https://portal.mytum.de/jobs/sonstige/NewsArticle_20160122_1...
== Questions? ==
You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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