If it's time for a change, we've got a shopping list of hot jobs for you to browse. Our bi-weekly 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 job openings here).
Senior Vice President of User Experience at Salesforce (San Francisco, CA):
Salesforce.com is seeking to hire a world-class executive to lead our User Experience organization. Our customers are more social, more mobile and changing how they conduct business. We need a visionary User Experience leader to help transform our products and platform into a truly game changing offering. The ideal candidate for this role will have a clear vision for the future of ubiquitous business computing across web and mobile devices, and the organizational acumen to bring this vision to fruition. This is an executive with a passion for elegance, simplicity, and the ability to inspire and motivate a team to execute on the vision.
Director of Marketing Programs EMEA at Zmags (London, UK):
The Director of Marketing Programs in EMEA is responsible for building the demand generation engine and ultimately specific pipeline opportunities at Zmags for the EMEA region. This role includes the identification of new opportunities, acceleration of existing opportunities and conversion of pipeline to revenue. The Director of Marketing Programs EMEA will build appropriate campaigns, event platforms, and customer outreach activities to drive both pipeline and new business opportunities as well as stake out a strong thought leadership position for Zmags in targeted EMEA geographies and the mobile commerce marketplace.
News Content Manager at Microsoft (Bellevue, WA):
Microsoft is seeking a news director to help coordinate and administer the delivery of news content on new Windows 8 applications. We are looking for a news director with deep experience in newsrooms who is forwarding looking and comfortable with technology. The news director will work with the business development team to identify and contract with third party sources for content, and will oversee the efforts of a small vendor team in the creation of content. The news director will also work with the technical team on the ingestion of content, and will work on global markets for new coverage.
Technical Content Manager at Buddy Media (New York, NY):
Buddy Media is seeking a detail oriented, entrepreneurial and effective Technical Content Manager to develop product content and documentation for customers and internal staff. This role will be responsible for creating, editing, updating and managing our collection of documentation including, but not limited to internal training materials, external training materials, new feature announcements, operating procedures, training course materials, newsletters and quick reference guides.
Creative Lead, Copywriter (Creative Lab) at Google (New York, NY):
We're looking for a progressive, tech savvy, rules-breaking Creative Lead Writer to help steward and extend the Google brand. In this role, you're expected to conceive and execute ideas that will have as much impact in the history of creativity as Google's products have in technology. We're looking for a seasoned creative leader who's not interested in managing a big group of people but who's driven to make great work. A creative with a killer reel, but also a healthy skepticism with traditional marketing mores. Someone who's looking to the future, and can communicate technology in a way everyone can understand, in a voice that's genuine, humble and charming.
Technical Writer at Kentico (Brno, CZ):
Kentico is looking for a Technical writer. Some of the responsibilities include: creating documentation, tutorials and help for users and developers using our software; creating on-line help, user and developer manuals, tutorials, reference and training materials; performing proofreading of English texts created by employees of other departments —- posts on company blogs, knowledge base articles, etc and more.
Business Analyst III at Blackbaud (Cambridge, MA):
The Business Analyst will serve in a key strategic role by leading the identification of business needs, and the development and execution of solutions, to problems facing our Data Management Services (DMS) clients. The candidate will be responsible for business analysis, requirements gathering, investigation and development of recommended solutions, identification of success triggers, execution of configuration and process changes, testing, and documentation and communication of final results.
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