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C.H. Robinson wants to hire you

The go-to response when future generations ask us about 2020


C.H. Robinson is delivering new early-career opportunities for engineers & PMs 

C.H. Robinson is a global leader in providing third-party logistics for essential items, and they’re bringing aboard creative early professionals with 1 year of work or technology-focused internship experience as software engineers and engineering product managers.

If you’re a currently enrolled student, then check out C.H. Robinson’s Summer 2021 internships in software engineering and product management instead.

New e-commerce opportunity for new grads

Are you a spreadsheet and Shopify wiz that’s excited about rescuing e-commerce from the clutches of the Amazon?

Melanin Inc offers one central location for Afrocentric products, and they need an Operations Manager to handle seller inventory while managing communications with warehouse teams. 

A great role for someone who is detail- and trend-oriented, you’ll ensure customer satisfaction by resolving logistical challenges.

You know hardware so well that HGTV is ready to give you a show

Formlabs, a Boston-area tech company that makes 3D printers, is looking for a Sustaining Engineering Intern to tell them everything they’re doing wrong (but in a professional way).

You’ll be tasked with fixing product issues and running tests from design through trial, so candidates should be ready to talk electromechanical systems if contacted for an interview.

Paging Halley? Has anyone seen Halley? The Comet Squad needs you.

Change.org is hiring a Staff Backend Engineer (Comet Squad). Apply if you’ve got a full-stack mindset, are challenged by event-driven architecture, and are motivated to build systems that activists depend on to deliver results. 

Astronomy jokes might not be a listed benefit, but there’s plenty to like about a place that builds products in order to solve the world’s toughest challenges. 

Lookout is on the…look…prowl for a Jr. Web Developer (contract opp)

Lookout, a mobile security company, is hiring a Junior Web Developer with 1 to 4 years of experience (marketing projects preferred) to identify and make improvements to a website that optimizes the user experience and increases conversion from “intrigued visitor” to “ready-to-buy-now sales lead”. 

Candidates should understand enterprise CMS such as Ingeniux or WebFlow and be familiar with various marketing technologies and tools.

Does low-code lower job expectations?

The low-code/no-code movement has been a winner during the COVID-19 pandemic, but ZDNet wonders, is software now everybody’s job?

If you’re a professional developer or student with strong feelings about user-generated software, let us know by emailing [email protected].

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