Want to work in Silicon Gaillimh?
Some positions for Job Club consideration…Lumension is a global leader in endpoint management and security, providing security software solutions that help businesses protect their vital information and manage their IT-related risk. Its product portfolio includes AntiVirus, Application Control, Device Control, Patch and Remediation Management, and Risk Management.
The company’s Galway R&D office [Mervue Business Park] is on the IT security frontline, and just celebrated its 5th anniversary! We’re on the lookout for some more engineering talent to fill three key positions (detailed job description + application form under each link). This is our Galway office video: it’s from 2 years ago but proves we’ve been cycling in the city way before the Coke Zero Bike Share scheme made it cool or was even an idea…
Sr. Software Developer:
Software Product Architect:
QA Engineer II – Automation:
Interesting positions to broadsheet job club at firstname.lastname@example.org
Learnosity are hiring again!
Rachel Murray writes:
“We had a great response last time we posted on Broadsheet. This time we’re looking for A DevOps/Linux Engineer to join our Dublin office in the IFSC.
Learnosity are a multi-award winning technology company shaping the future of digital education by providing assessment technology to educational providers worldwide.
This is a full time role where you’ll be working closely with our Business Development Engineer (Neil) in Dublin, the DevOps team (Alan and Daniel) in Sydney as well as with our brand new team in the USA.
We’re only starting to build up our tech presence in the Dublin office so you’ll need to be comfortable working autonomously but it also mean you’ll really have an opportunity to make this role your own and to get on board with a young, rapidly expanding, company. Expected salary range €50,000 – €70,000…We’re also hiring a bunch more people for the Sydney and new US office so keep an eye on our careers page.
Full job spec here
Interesting vacancies to email@example.com marked ‘Job Club’. No fee.
Our friends at NewsWhip, the Dublin-based news tracking behemoth, are hiring again
Specifically for a Head of Marketing.
Newship founder Paul Quigley writes:
The NewsWhip team is seeking our first Head of Marketing. Your key goal will be to help charge our growth and market awareness of our products. Responsibilities include:
• Brand building and brand management for NewsWhip, Spike and possibly other spin outs
• Delivering the right audience and leads to our sales team
• Planning stories, PR, and marketing channels
• Tracking and improving our signup and conversion metrics
• Social engagement
• Content marketing strategy and implementation
• Developing original ideas about how we can reach our audience, and seeing them through
While there is a big element of strategy and thinking in this job, we’re still a small team so we’re really looking for a doer – someone who can turn the plans into results without an external PR firm or agency.
We make most of our media in house, so this is a job with fewer powerpoints, and more action. We have fascinating data to work with, a great book of international media contacts, and some great clients like The Guardian, ABC, and the Huffington Post. The role should grow dramatically as NewsWhip does the same.
Newship have a PAID operations and Marketing Internship (with actual experience) also available. Details here.
Head of Marketing, Newswhip
Learnosity are hiring.
Rachel, at Learnosity, writes:
“Learnosity are looking for sharp, technical individual to join our business development team in the IFSC, Dublin. We want someone who can bridge the technical – business divide. Someone who is equally comfortable talking to prospective clients (pre-sales) as well as digging into code to find the root of a problem during implementation. Ideally an ex-developer looking to move into the business development side of things. We expect that the initial month or so of the role will be based in our Sydney office with the dev. team. Likely salary: 70 – 90k – depending on qualifications and experience.”
Full job spec here.
NewsWhip are hiring.
Paul at Newswhip writes:
WE are seeking a Communications Officer to join our team, full time. The right candidate will be a smart, experienced communicator who knows the world of digital and social media and wants to make an impact in what they do. They will help us tell our story and share insights from our data through our blog, social media and the press.
We are a Dublin-based startup that tracks social engagement with the world’s news stories each day. Broadsheet readers might have spotted our widget on the right side of the Broadsheet home page, or seen our trending news site or apps. NewsWhip has a professional side too with Spike, a media monitoring web app that supplies many global media companies with live insights into what stories the world is talking about.
Full job spec and application info here.
Rachel Murray writes:
Learnosity are looking for a couple of business-savvy, tech-loving people to join our business development & sales support team in the IFSC in Dublin
We provide assessment technology to educational providers worldwide. With offices in Dublin and Sydney (and a New York one in the works) we’re well on our way to becoming a global company, yet are still small enough for you to directly contribute to the year-on-year growth of the company.
Key areas in which you will be involved include: account management, sales support, operations and technical project management. Likely some trips down under too. Full job spec here. Thank you.
Vacancies to Broadsheet@broadsheet.ie.
The ‘cracking’ team responsible for the news-spreading-but-not-by-us social media stat widget whatsit [on the right] are looking for a designer/graffiti security at their Dublin-based operation.
In some damn hipster ‘hub’, if you’re not careful.
Founder Paul Quigley sez:
This is a full time position with significant creative control. In the next six months you’ll be leading design work on projects including:
- Making changes to UI and features in Spike, based on user feedback, testing and customer interviews.
- Opening up our consumer site functionality, and working on our widgets for our off-site network.
- Engineering our user journey and signup flow. We have great products but we’re still working on getting them under people’s noses. Intelligent user journey design will be a big part of getting this right.
- Mobile app design, including planning better Facebook and Twitter integration for our apps and bringing a user experience perspective to further product development.
- Some brochure and other graphic design for marketing materials.
We can’t speak for them as bosses but out ‘user journey’ with Newswhip has been lovely to date.
We Want To Hire A Great Designer (Newswhip blog)
Joe Darrer writes:
We’re a small development company working in Dublin and have been busy working away the past 1 to 2 years on various projects big and small. We’re now at a stage that we are finally getting branding and a website together – but if you check out our site its not live yet.. Ah! But our aim is to be live – up and running next week.
Anyway we have some great clients and projects under our belt – one of which is the CJFallon eReader App (above) for iOS and Android. We’ve built this from the ground up over the last year and is now used in schools around the country. Kids probably hate us now that I think of it! We also work with agencies and other design companies around Dublin on some exciting projects as well as building our own stuff in-house.
Long story short we’re growing – Yeah! Tough bit is we’re now looking to find another great iOS developer to join our team to help deliver some projects this year and beyond. If you have a spare minute to post this we’d be delighted. We have a Job spec below but really its much of the same as above. We like to build stuff and if any broadsheet eyeballs also like building stuff – get in touch. We’d love to hear from you.
Job spec here
Interesting vacancies for ‘Broadsheet Job Club’ to Broadsheet@broadsheet.ie. Humane salaries only. No cost.
Stefan Mitchell writes|:
You kindly featured Reveal Ireland before.Since then we’ve taken on board the Broadsheet user comments as well as feedback from NDRC LaunchPad and have developed a 5 Phase development plan that we hope will transform the tourism Irish information market.
While €2.5 million is spent rebranding Ireland.com, it’s worth noting Reveal Ireland was, to date, built on less than a €10,000 development budget. But we would like to take the site to the next level and blow DiscoverIreland and Ireland.com out of the water with our innovations rather than budgets.
All we need is a dedicated and talented developer to come on board and implement them. The successful candidate will effectively become a co-founder of the business. He/she will gain an equity share/profit share of the business.
Reveal Ireland is just the first step in a European wide expansion programme. It’s an exciting project that will interest developers looking to prove that an Irish, and in the future European, tourism site can be built for a fraction of the cost of the government-run sites. Our business model is unique and there is substantial revenue potential.
I’m sure equity-share jobs are not high on your priority list but I thought for a project such as this, it may appeal to the Broadsheet user base. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Previously: Discovering Reveal Ireland
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