With recent advances in technology, the ad and media industries are changing at rapid rates — and Colorado startups are getting in on the fun. What’s more, they’re looking for talented people like you to join their teams.
The gig: Database Developer
What you’d be doing: Building out database solutions for Trueffect, whose platform helps marketers make people-first decisions when it comes to planning out and analyzing digital media campaigns.
Who they’re looking for: Someone who’s intimately familiar with database architecture, especially if you know acronyms like AWS, SLAs, RAC, RMAN and more — without having to look them up.
Why you should apply: This is a great opportunity to build a database from the ground up while working with teams across the company.
The gig: Senior Software Engineer
What you’d be doing: Crafting software as part of an Agile-focused team at Altitude Digital, whose video advertising and data capabilities give online publishers the power to expand their ad inventory and generate more revenue.
Who they’re looking for: A dev with at least three years experience, some video experience and a collaborative attitude.
Why you should apply: The company’s been around since 2009, but they shifted their focus to tech late last year. You’d be a key part of supporting the transition and strengthening their product.
The gig: SEO Editor
What you’d be doing: Optimizing SEO value for content on The Cheat Sheet, a men’s lifestyle website that focuses on tips and guides for men looking to make their lives easier.
Who they’re looking for: Someone with at least two years of SEO experience who is capable of working remotely and can manage thousands of spreadsheets without breaking a sweat.
Why you should apply: The Cheat Sheet’s team is 100 percent distributed, so you’d be able to work from home, a coffee shop or the other side of the world (not that you’d want to leave Colorado, of course).
The gig: PPC Analyst
What you’d be doing: Learning the ins and outs of PPC advertising with Metric Theory, whose platform serves ads across multiple media for their clients.
Who they’re looking for: Someone interested in professional growth who has a college degree and a love for numbers.
Why you should apply: This entry-level role is part of Metric Theory’s professional development program; instead of expecting you to know everything right off the bat, they train their PPC analysts for future roles within the company.
The gig: Director of Revenue
What you’d be doing: Leading the sales team for Marca Global, whose tech allows companies and individuals to manage their online reputations.
Who they’re looking for: A strong leader with strategic thinking skills and experience with online reputation management.
Why you should apply: This job is perfect for someone who cares for people and wants to see them grow, along with a company’s numbers.
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