Hot Jobs: These 5 Startups Are Hiring Now

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By Colleen Liebig of Plugged In St. Louis

Looking for your next move? Each week we’ll list of some of STL’s hottest startups that are recruiting right now. Read on for intel on the most in-demand skills in the tech industry and the hot startup jobs opening up right now. 

Featured Jobs:


Lead Developer for Mission Matters Group

Who they are:  Mission Matters Group helps non-profit organizations understand how information management can assist in achieving their mission. Its methodology of understanding strategy, people and process first ensures alignment before the “technology” part of the solution is designed and implemented. The results? Solutions that leverage leading information systems (CRM), total cloud-based computing and improved processes to integrate and manage all of the information needs of a non-profit organization.

Where you’d work: T-REX Downtown or remotely 

What you’d do: The Lead Developer will work on challenging and exciting technology projects focused on helping nonprofit organizations align technology to mission. The lead developer will be expected to interact with both the non-profit partners, as well as the internal technical team that will help architect and build the technology solutions required. Managing and developing alongside the implementation team is the most important need for this position.

Who you need to be:  You need to have experience in implementing, customizing and configuring Salesforce CRM. Certified administrator and developer. Experience in business analysis and architecting solutions. Experience in documentation of business requirements and system functional specifications.   

Interested? Apply Here

lacIntern at Less Annoying CRM

Who they are: Less Annoying CRM is a simple CRM built from the ground up for small businesses. Manage your contacts, leads, notes, calendar, to-do’s and more, all from one simple web app. 

Where you’d work: In the company’s office located at 1017 Olive St. Downtown

What you’d do: As an intern, you’ll have the same responsibilities as a full-time CRM Coach. A CRM Coach’s main responsibility is to help our customers get up and running with our product. Less Annoying’s customers are small businesses in various industries, and because every business is different, many of them will need help understanding just how our software can fit into their organizations.

Who you need to be: You love working with other people, but don’t want a sales/call center job. You can handle a bit of chaos. The company is growing quickly, and that means that every day brings about new challenges and experiences. You appreciate Less Annoying’s mission. Read Tyler’s promise on the “About Us” page of the website. You are tech-savvy and interested in software design. You can be flexible.

Interested? Apply Here 

SafeTrek_Logo-2Growth Manager at SafeTrek App

Who they are: SafeTrek is on a mission to make the world a safer place by integrating technology and outstanding customer service into the antiquated public safety industry.

Where you’d work: Downtown St. Louis

What you’d do: You will manage and execute tactics for all growth-related programs and improvements, including performance marketing, organic discovery, pricing, customer referral, funnel optimization, conversion and more.

Who you need to be: Analytical and data­-driven, comfortable running experiments and tests, specifically A/B and multivariate testing, have the ability to determine the proper success metrics, and thrive in ambiguity.

Interested? Apply Here

sherpa-crm-web-application-logoTechnical Project Manager at Sherpa CRM 

Who they are: Sherpa CRM is a customer relationship management (CRM) technology company for senior housing communities nationwide.

Where you’d work: Our offices are currently based in Clayton, MO, but will be moving June 2016 to a building in the Locust Business District in Midtown/Downtown St. Louis.

What you’d do: Conceptualize, define and manage technology projects from end to end, working closely with the development team, management and key stakeholders. Execute agile development structure and process within development team and continuously work to improve process. This will include leading spring planning, stand-ups and retrospectives.

Who you need to be: Bachelor’s degree in computer science, technology, Information systems or related field preferred. 3-5 years of experience with Technical Project Management and Agile Process. Experience with SQL, ETL and API concepts.

Interested? Apply Here

startup jobsIntern at Immunophotonics

Who they are: Immunophotonics is an early-stage biotechnology company engaged in the development of a proprietary novel drug product for use in an in situ autologous cancer vaccine (inCVAX) for the treatment of metastatic solid tumor cancers.

Where you’d work: BioGenerator Accelerator Labs, a state-of-the-art lab and office space for biotech companies in the Cortex District in Midtown.

What you’d do:
Database Testing Intern: Assist with company clinical trials by testing their EDC system and optimizing their processes.

Web Development/Design Intern: Redesign the Immunophotonics Website

Due Diligence Intern: Perform research and analysis for company’s due diligence

Who you need to be:
Database Testing Intern: Computer Science or engineering recommended. Other degrees can apply, but they will need to work extremely hard. Experience with database management, Excel, SQL.

Web Development Intern: Passion for web design and ability to work independently. JQuery or JavaScript experience is a plus

Due Diligence Intern: Business background. Experience with due diligence process is a huge plus.

Interested? Apply by emailing resumes to:

Other Jobs in the Ecosystem

Web Crawling Developer for Swizzle
Swizzle uses Data intelligence, AI, and new data collection technology to “read the internet” and provide rich insights for new media companies from blogs, social media, forums, online communities and more. Swizzle is looking for someone who is comfortable with front end development or who has experience building web crawlers. Schooling is not important as long as you are comfortable building web crawlers or think you can learn.
More Info Here

Part-Time Marketing and Communications Associate at Prosper Women Entrepreneurs
The Prosper Institute Marketing and Communications Associate is responsible for implementing the company’s external marketing and communication strategies that are not managed by the company’s marketing/PR agency, including some graphic design, email communication and social media. This position is part-time and will report to the PI VP of Marketing and Technology, with dotted-line reporting to other members of the Prosper Institute leadership team.
More Info Here