Hot Jobs: May 25

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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. 

Sales Development Representative at TopOpps 

topopps-logo-expanded_TopOPPS-Logo-02-e1444164797635Who they are: TopOPPS delivers clarity, efficiency and predictability to the sales pipeline, sales forecast and sales process, resulting in faster sales cycles and more wins.

Where you’d work: TopOpps HQ in the entertainment district located in Downtown St. Louis on Washington Ave.

What you’d do: Become an evangelist for sales process control, the latest B2B emerging market. Strong phone presence, presentation skills, and strong interpersonal skills. Experience selling technology and/or software (not required, but helpful).

Who you need to be: A fast learner ready to absorb onboarding information with the goal of contacting new prospects 5 days from start date. Master the identification of target prospects through various technologies, including Salesforce, LinkedIn, and ZoomInfo. Have a desire to be a Cold Outreach master (phone, email, LinkedIn).

Email resumes to: 


Finance and Accounting Analyst LockerDome

lockerdomeWho they areLockerDome helps you personalize the web. Through embedded widgets on the world’s top media properties, more than 100 million people per month use the platform to discover, collect, and engage around great content. 

Where you’d work: LockerDome HQ in Downtown St. Louis

What you’d do: Work closely with the LockerDome C-level executives to prepare cross-functional, actionable reports to feed into financial modeling. Access disparate data sources to prepare visual analytics and management dashboards. You will also be involved in accounting activities such as payable and receivable management, as well as various administrative functions.

Who you need to be: Have 0-1 years of accounting or financial analysis experience; Academic experience including accounting, quantitative marketing, statistics, and economics. Proficient with QuickBooks is a plus.

Interested? Apply Here


Sales Engineer at PromisePay

imgresWho they are: An Australian-based payment services company transforming marketplace and platform payments in Australia and the USA. Our customers are some of the largest brand-name marketplaces globally who turn to PromisePay to offer their buyers and sellers a trusted and seamless payments experience.

Where you’d work: T-REx Technology Incubator and Co-working Space in Downtown St. Louis

What you’d do: Own the process for the technical implementation of PromisePay into US-based marketplaces and platforms; Directly interface with our customer’s development and technical teams; resolve all developer queries and implementation bugs via ticketed support (Zendesk).

Who you need to be: Have a proven track record of using web development software to build technologies that solve business problems. Experience working with Ruby on Rails, PHP, .NET preferred.

Interested? Apply Here


Multiple Internships at  Immunophotonics

immunophotonicsWho 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 on Midtown (Forest Park Ave.)

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.

To apply, email resumes to:


Lead Developer at Mission Matters Group

Logo_StackedWho they are:  Mission Matters Group helps non-profit organizations understand how information management can assist in achieving their mission.  Our methodology of understanding strategy, people and process first, ensures alignment before the “technology” part of the solution is designed and implemented.  The results are 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:  Downtown St. Louis @ TREX or from home

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:  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


Community Engagement Intern at Missouri Charter Public School Commission

cropped-MCPSA_HORZ_Green-e13696732378371Who they are: A new state agency responsible for approving the opening of new charter public schools in Missouri. This Commission is the only statewide charter school sponsor in Missouri.

Where you’d work: CIC@CET in the Cortex Innovation Community, Mid-town St. Louis

What you’d do: Build community based teams, including parents and charter school supporters in high service gap communities; Plan and oversee application review training program; Facilitate tours and meetings; Organize and facilitate charter school educational workshops around the City.

Who you need to be: Two years of college, Bachelor’s degree preferred; Experience working with a political or grassroots campaign; Demonstrated success in community organizing; Knowledge of St. Louis City preferred; Strong interest in state and local politics, education reform, and charter schools.

Interested? Apply Here