Boston-Area Job Postings, Week of Jan. 23

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 boston@tngg.co 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!

Wayfair: Assistant Editor

Wayfair, the largest online-only retailer of home furnishings, was ranked no. 3 in Massachusetts and no. 19 in the nation on Glassdoor’s 2012 Best Places to Work list — and they’re hiring an Assistant Editor. Applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree in journalism or a related field and 1-3 years experience in writing, editing, blogging, and/or online publishing, preferably for a national publication or consumer-facing website. A keen interest in home design is also a plus.

Oficio: Marketing Interns

Located on Newbury Street, Oficio, a boutique shared office and co-working space for freelancers and small business owners, is looking for Marketing Interns who want experience in the early stages of marketing a startup. Interns are unpaid but will be reimbursed for food and transportation. Applicants must be familiar with social networking.

Smarterer: Social Media & Community Intern

Smarterer tests and scores your digital, social, and technical skills through crowd-sourced tests and a powerful scoring algorithm so you can “show what you know.” As an early-stage web startup based in Boston’s South End, whoever they hire as a Social Media & Community Intern will get a serious amount of experience.

SocialRent: Ruby on Rails and iOS Developers

SocialRent solves the painful process of apartment-hunting by using social media. Their Facebook app helps coordinate teams of friends and communicates their needs to real estate agents. The startup recently launched out of Boston University and is in need of a Ruby on Rails Developer and an iOS Developer to join their growing team.

locu: User Experience Designer

locu, a Cambridge-based startup founded by MIT grads and computer science researchers, is using big data to power the next generation of local search and help small businesses manage their online presence. If you’ve got a solid portfolio and expertise in HTML, CSS, and Javascript, you could be their newest User Experience Designer.

Looking for more job opportunities? Check out Boston.com’s jobs database or last week’s listings.

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