Post-pandemic office perks
Product Managers 4 Hire
Invoice2go’s Product Manager role is great for candidates ready to jump right in and establish a go-to-market roadmap that converts visitors to paid subscribers.
Previous experience building and launching products at a tech company with a focus on SaaS is required, though the job description doesn’t call out a specific number of years.
And because we know that more than one of you have a resume that screams “magic touch,” Touchcast is feeling out candidates for their Product Lead position.
Apply if you’ve got 3+ years of product management experience at a B2B SaaS company, and be ready to discuss managing all aspects of a product’s lifecycle.
Your post-graduation plans should include endurance training
Endurance International Group is now accepting applications from students who are on track to graduate in May/June 2021 for their Software Engineering Development Program.
This year-long rotational program provides early professionals with technical training across front-end, back-end, DevOps, and an elective of your choosing.
There’s also this Entry Level Designer role, in which you’ll receive training in website layout and functionality. Previous knowledge of WordPress, graphics, and CSS/HTML is ideal.
Goodbye in-office perks, hello better quality of life?
Something tells us that unlimited ping pong and free snacks are not what you want to hear after the words, “So, tell me about what makes this place special?”
But which perks will attract the next generation of talent that’s heading into an office – at least sometimes? BBC takes a look at what a post-pandemic compensation package might look like.
We think this job will be music to someone’s ears
If you’ve got 1-3 years of experience with sales operations, communications, or relationship science, then Accordion Partners should be on your list of companies to contact.
They’ve got an opening for a Business Development Operations Analyst that’s ideal for an early professional intrigued by shaking up the private equity industry.
Temple U’s latest treasure is a robot teacher named Sheldon
We’re ending this week’s Intel with a look at one of the unsung heroes of remote learning: Temple University’s beloved Professor Sheldon. A partnership between human teacher Professor Amy Caples and a machine named after the star of Big Bang Theory, the unique classroom experience could prove to be too popular to take away post-pandemic.
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