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70 startup jobs at New Marketing Institute, Venmo, Flatiron Health, and GumGum

The Business

One coveted role in New York tech is off the market: Jessica Singleton has been named New York City’s chief digital officer. You’ll get there someday, Business readers. Until then, here’s a heaping helping of terrific New York tech opportunities.

New Marketing Institute Boot Camp – June 22nd | Sponsored

Sure, we usually feature jobs in the Business – but for marketing jobseekers, this is just as good. MediaMath’s New Marketing Institute Boot Camp is a one-day, dual-track bonanza of digital marketing education. You’ll hear about the key players in digital marketing, the evolution of the online marketplace, and more (including a handy demystification of all that tiresome ad tech jargon) – register here.

Venmo – 22 Open Jobs

When your company name becomes a verb, you’ve made it. Venmo’s earned that distinction as they’ve helped to send the exchange of stray dollar bills into extinction. They’re hiring big in New York, boasting nearly a dozen engineering openings, along with Head of Marketing and Head of Analytics roles as well. Dig in here.

Flatiron Health – 44 Open Jobs

Despite all the selfie hats and gimmicky messaging apps, there are still tech companies in New York out to make a real difference. Take Flatiron Health: they organize massive amounts of oncology data to support the medical world’s fight against cancer. They’ve got openings in everything from finance to product to oncology – take a look here.

GumGum – 4 Open Jobs

GumGum’s name may be redundant, but their platform is most certainly not: they’re on the forefront of in-image and in-screen advertising, so that publishers can produce more revenue across all screens. Most of GumGum’s openings are in Santa Monica, but their New York roles are nothing to sneeze at. If a gig as VP of Publisher Development or Director of Business Development seems up your alley, click here.

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

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