44 Startup Jobs at Warby Parker, eBay, Pushd and ChallengePost

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The Business

Cool dad Obama was out and about in New York doing cool dad things this weekend – but like the rest of us, it’s back to work this Monday morning. Therefore, it’s cool job time – here’s this week’s Business.

Pushd – 1 Open Job | Sponsored

Chinatown’s tech epicenter is calling – our neighbors are hiring a marketing lead. Pushd is a team of ex-Twitter software engineers building a digital picture frame that’s actually awesome (we snuck a look at the prototype). They need a Jack or Jill-of-all-trades marketer who can run advertising campaigns, lead the product positioning, and generally lead growth. Send them an email here.

eBay – 9 Open Jobs

eBay may be headquartered in the Bay Area, but the now 20-year-old auction and ecommerce platform placed its bid towards New York tech relevance when it opened a Chelsea office in 2012. They’re hiring for roles in engineering, product management, and more, here.

Warby Parker – 29 Open Jobs

Looking good while seeing well has long been unnecessarily expensive, and Warby Parker’s done its part to change that. So let’s change the fact that finding jobs at companies that are doing well while doing good – for every pair of glasses purchased, Warby Parker donates a pair to a nonprofit partner – has long been too difficult as well. Nearly thirty open gigs at Warby Parker, here.

ChallengePost – 5 Open Jobs

With over 400,000 registered users and nearly 1,000 hackathons, both in-person and online, on its resume, ChallengePost has become a premier destination for software makers to promote their work. The company’s Meatpacking District offices seem to be a premier destination as well – they feature a roof deck and a fully stocked kitchen. Up for the challenge? See their openings here.

Now go forth (and give ‘em the business).