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Boston-area job postings, week of Feb. 13

Posted by Alex Pearlman  February 16, 2012 06:31 PM

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help wanted holga.jpgWhether it’s that first gig out of college, a dream job, or a career change, Millennials are looking for jobs. And, let’s face it -- the market is tough, and you can use all the help you can get…which is where we come in.

Each week, TNGG Boston will feature a few postings we think you might enjoy.* If you’re a company looking for great young talent, or if you just have a tip about a cool job, email with the details.

*Note: TNGG has not received compensation of any kind from these companies. We just think they’re cool opportunities!

Want to work for a Boston-based media and technology company that's building software for the music entrepreneur? The boys at Indie Ambassador are looking for an experienced Ruby On Rails Developer to join their team. The developer's primary role will be to enhance and implement their Rails 3 application, which provides web services for musicians and music professionals.

Are you a campus insider who's interested in journalism, taking photos and shooting videos, creative marketing, and advertising? Klassmate is an online platform that allows students to share information about their college experience. As a Klassmate CampusMate, you will be responsible for building a team, producing campus-specific content, and marketing the brand on your campus.

If your dream is to work with cutting-edge social intelligence software, the Product Specialist opening at Crimson Hexagon might be perfect for you. The company's clients include Fortune 100 brands and media, financial services, advertising, and public sector organizations. The position is entry-level only on paper; in reality, you’ll be the beating heart of Crimson Hexagon and will become a master user of the company’s ForSight™ platform.

Cloudant is a Boston-based startup that's building the data layer for the web, and they happen to be looking for a brilliant and talented front-end developer to improve their web-based data service. Candidates must be extremely proficient in HTML, CSS, and Javascript and obsessed with building high-powered web applications with simple and elegant interfaces.

Looking for more job opportunities? Check out’s jobs database or last week's listings.

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