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48 jobs at Schoology, Haven Life, AHAlife, and AptDeco

Here he comes, New York.

The Business

Pope Francis, tech influencer? The pontiff himself arrives in New York City on Thursday afternoon, and his procession through Central Park on Friday will be powered by Splash. While we await insights on the future of mobile check-ins from His Holiness, let’s run through this week’s Business.

Schoology – 25 Open Jobs | Sponsored
Suffice it to say, the future of education doesn’t involve going by the books. That’s one reason New York’s award-winning ed-tech startup Schoology just keeps growing. They’re looking for a Head of Recruitment to help lead a rapid expansion, both nationally and internationally – you can see what the gig entails here, and peruse more than two dozen other openings at Schoology here.

Haven Life – 10 Open Jobs | Sponsored
The life insurance industry gets a bad rap, largely because it’s long overdue for a fresh approach. Haven Life is changing the game with the only entirely online experience – they help Americans determine how much insurance they need and let them get covered in about 20 minutes. Owned by MassMutual, Haven Life has the momentum of a rising startup, plus the stability and benefits of a big company. They’re on the prowl for a UX designer (here), and nine other roles – see them all here.

AHAlife – 4 Open Jobs | Sponsored
Even the most talented artisan or designer needs a way to send her work out into the world – that’s where AHAlife comes in. The ecommerce platform has been celebrating our community’s most creative makers for six years, and is now looking for an Account Manager to bolster AHAlife’s relationships with partner brands. Get in touch about the role here and see AHAlife’s other three openings here.

AptDeco – 9 Open Jobs
Furniture can find new life in a new home, just like you find new life in a new office – AptDeco’s, perhaps. The used furniture marketplace is hiring for roles in engineering, biz dev, operations, and more. Move on in here.

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

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