Whether it’s that first gig out of college, a dream job, or a career change, Millennials are looking for jobs. And, let’s face it — the market is tough, and you can use all the help you can get…which is where we come in.
Each week, TNGG Boston will feature a few postings we think you might enjoy.* If you’re a company looking for great young talent, or if you just have a tip about a cool job, email email@example.com with the details.
*Note: TNGG has not received compensation of any kind from these companies. We just think they’re cool opportunities with interesting companies!
Zoominfo: Marketing Manager
Zoominfo is a website that connects businesses with opportunities that drive new customer acquisition and business growth; the database currently spans five million businesses and 50 million employees. They’re looking for a marketing manager with two years of experience to work closely with the sales and engineering teams. The Waltham-based position seems to be fairly flexible, with an opportunity to match your skills with what needs to get done.
IBM: Wiki/Content Applications Developer Intern
IBM is looking for a wiki/content applications developer intern. The intern will help design, architect, and develop strategic software solutions. The ideal candidate has at lease six months of experience in Java and XML and basic knowledge in other technologies. The work will immerse the individual in innovative technology.
CampusLIVE: Web Designer
If you’re a college student in the area, you’ve probably come into contact with CampusLIVE, a company that connects students and the brands around them through engagement advertising. They’re looking for a web designer to help build user-facing products using Photoshop and Illustrator. The candidate will help the sales team to close awesome contracts with designs.
School Turnaround Group: Project Coordinators
The School Turnaround Group at Mass Insight provides resources to help failing schools recover on a wide scale, and they’re looking for project coordinators to help with this process. The roles are full-time positions for the duration of the consulting engagement, which usually lasts 9-12 months. The project coordinator will be a key part of STG during the research and field work stages.
Community Catalyst: Communications Manager
Community Catalyst is a non-profit that is working to build a health justice movement by strengthening the voices of consumers and communities and building organizations and coalitions that can advocate for reform. They’re looking for a communications manager, who translate complex health policy issues for mainstream audiences. The ideal candidate will have at least two years of strategic communications experience and a strong interest in health policy issues.