Better Jobs With Companies That Care About Women – July 12, 2017
Visibility and mentorship go hand-in-hand. As women in tech navigate the industry, it's important that they both see and are mentored by the women who have come before them. That's why, this week, we've highlighted women in tech on Instagram who are creating their own avenues of empowerment and inspiring other women and girls to find their way to tech. We strive to represent women in tech daily, and next week we will be hosting two events to elevate women's careers. Be sure to check out our upcoming webinar with Dell, all about the building blocks to sales success, and our exclusive evening with Dow Jones, about how code and gender diversity drive the company.
For great jobs from companies that care about women, check out the opportunities below. For even more open roles, please visit our Jobs page.
Adobe – Cloud Operations DevOps Engineer – (Multiple Locations)
Adobe – Sr. Computer Scientist – (San Francisco, CA)
Amazon – Software Development Manager/ Sr. Manager – (Austin, TX)
Amazon – Software Development Engineer, Amazon Music – (Seattle, WA)
Apple – Channel Enterprise Director – (Santa Clara, CA)
Apple – Information Security, Site Reliability Engineer – (Multiple Locations)
Apple – Sales Recruiter – (Santa Clara, CA)
Complex Media – Web Developer – (New York, NY)
Complex Media – IT/Technology Support Technician – (New York, NY)
EMC Corporation – Account Executive – (Remote)
Hearst Newspapers – Frontend Developer – (New York, NY)
Lyft – Software Engineering Director – (San Francisco, CA)
Verizon – Systems Architect – (Ashburn, VA)
Verizon – Field Operations Manager – (New York, NY)
Viacom – Data Scientist – (New York, NY)
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