Start off the New Year with a new gig — we've got a shopping list of hot jobs for you to browse. Our featured jobs list is a great collection of opportunities spanning specialties and continents. Here's who's hiring this week (and if you're hiring, post your open jobs here).
Director of Business Development at ScaleArc (Santa Clara, CA):
ScaleArc is continuing to build its leadership team and is searching for a Director of Business Development to cover partnership and corporate development activities on a global basis. This position is to be based out of the headquarters in Santa Clara. This position will report directly to the President and COO. A working knowledge of the SQL and NoSQL database markets, including MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle databases, is key. Candidates must be self-motivated and work well in a high-growth environment.
Sr. Director of Product Management – Storage (Granite) at Riverbed (San Francisco, CA):
We are seeking a talented and aggressive senior product management professional with a track record of recognized success defining market winning network routing, storage networking, and/or virtualization products for the enterprise marketplace. The selected candidate will apply marketing skills, technical knowledge, and influence from the C-Level down to ensure Riverbed’s success in delivering secure solutions for our largest customers’ complex environments.
Web Content Manager at Skype (London, UK):
Skype marketing is looking for a web content manager to define and manage our content strategy for skype.com. As one of the world’s most heavily trafficked web properties, this high impact position will have opportunity to engage with Skype’s users around the world. This role will also be on the front lines of ensuring our marketing programs and merchandising efforts are well positioned to drive incremental revenue and user growth. Attention to detail, self-initiative and a high quality bar are essential traits for success in this role. The ideal candidate will be able to bring a mixture of marketing understanding in terms of how we want to engage our users on skype.com and technical acumen for working within a CMS, publishing content in an efficient manner, driving QA to ensure quality and providing feedback to engineering for necessary improvements to the platform.
Content Strategist - Developer Content at Facebook (Menlo Park, CA):
We’re looking for a technical content strategist to partner with the Facebook Open Graph team. In this role you’ll create technical documentation that helps people understand, apply and get excited about Facebook APIs. You’ll also contribute to training, community-building and global advocacy for the Facebook Platform.
Managing Editor, Content at LifeLock (Sunnyvale, CA):
Looking to make your mark? This is a great opportunity to build a content experience from the ground up. LifeLock, an industry leader in identity theft protection, is expanding its editorial presence and needs a web-savvy managing editor to establish a top-notch consumer destination that delivers everything from timely information to in-depth articles. Identity theft is the No. 1 consumer complaint in the U.S., so the potential audience is huge. You'll handle a range of activities, from creating content for an existing site to helping develop a next gen product and editorial for web, mobile and tablet.
Communications Manager, Editorial at Google (Mountain View, CA):
As a member of the Global Communications & Public Affairs team, you will work cross-functionally to help communicate with journalists and other thought leaders; devise specific communications materials and campaigns based on understanding of journalists' interests; engage in face-to-face meetings with commentators and other opinion formers; develop print and web-based material supporting these campaigns; and counter misinformation that might interfere with our business and ability to serve our users. We're looking for great communicators who can understand complex issues and explain them in person and also via well written, simple blog posts, FAQs, video scripts and more.
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