Whether it’s that first gig out of college, a dream job, or a career change, Millennials are looking for jobs. And, let’s face it — the market is tough, and you can use all the help you can get…which is where we come in.
Each week, TNGG Boston will feature a few postings we think you might enjoy.* If you’re a company looking for great young talent, or if you just have a tip about a cool job, email email@example.com with the details.
*Note: TNGG has not received compensation of any kind from these companies. We just think they’re cool opportunities with interesting companies!
Square: SquareU Representatives
Square, a San Francisco-based tech company created by the founder of Twitter, is changing the way people pay and get paid by offering credit card readers that plug right into your smartphone. They’re hiring SquareU representatives to promote the company on college campuses. Candidates must currently be sophomores, juniors, or seniors and be able to help share Square with local businesses, vendors, and student groups.
Allen & Gerritsen: Junior Digital Developer
Ad Age recently named Allen & Gerritsen the no. 1 marketing agency to work for…in the country. They’re fiercely independent and looking for a junior digital developer with 2-3 years of industry experience. The position involves working closely with others to build highly efficient, user-friendly, web-based experiences.
litl: iPhone Developer
litl is a small computer company with big ideas; they created the litl webbook, a computer that lets users enjoy the web without worrying about anything else and have won numerous national and international awards. They’re in need of an iPhone developer who has experience with Objective-C and iPhone development. This person must be ready to bring multiple consumer photography applications to market.
Google: Front End Developer
C’mon, don’t tell me you wouldn’t kill to work for Google! The company’s Cambridge office has an open position for a front end developer. Candidates should have at least one year of relevant work experience in software development and C/C++ or Java. The new employee would specialize in building responsive and elegant web UIs with AJAX and similar technologies.
Hubspot: Inbound Marketing Intern
Hubspot, a Cambridge-based Internet marketing software company, is currently the second-fastest-growing software company in the U.S. They were voted the no. 1 place to work two years in a row by the Boston Business Journal – and, lucky you, they’ve got an opening for an inbound marketing intern for this summer! Interns will join the Hubspot team for a few months to learn a ton and produce results.
Looking for more job opportunities? Check out Boston.com’s jobs database.