Remote – Snatch – Marketing Director

SNATCH

Marketing Director Position

 eBay for your school.

Snatch is a marketplace app, where students can sell or buy their products–from notes, books, to furniture–with students from the same university. We have developed an app scheduled to launch in December and have established as an internationally incorporated company.

Now, we wish to start sharing our product with fellow college students and are excited to proceed with the marketing phase of our startup! We currently have a marketing team at UPENN and are actively recruiting for marketing directors at Duke. Please see the details below for the role and do not hesitate to reach out with any questions!

You will be

  • Driving the marketing portion during the launch of the app at Duke
  • Managing app’s social media accounts and developing a strong social media presence
  • Help conduct beta testing for the app next semester
  • Designing promotional material (experience in design is a plus!)

You’d be a great fit for this role if you

  • Are passionate about the problem we are trying to solve and excited to launch a startup
  • Have previous marketing experience or business mindset (optional)
  • Have social media knowledge and Duke student life knowledge

Please email me, qh42@duke.edu  (Abby Huang), if you are interested and we can schedule a call to discuss more in detail!

Remote – MysteryMeals – Founding CTO

What is MysteryMeals?

MysteryMeals is a fun way to explore new dishes and restaurants in your area with the click of a button. We’re building an app. to eliminate the indecision in deciding on where to eat and the search costs involved in finding a new venue. In less than two weeks, we’ve amassed a waitlist of 100+ and $200+ in sales from beta users with a low-tech prototype and caught the eye of some sharks in the process.

Who are we looking for?

A founding CTO – someone to lead the product side of things, including but not limited to our user experience, product design, tech. stack, and backend development. To be compensated with a large equity stake.

What traits should you have for this role?

  • Passion about the problem
  • A great attitude – no “brilliant jerks”
  • A growth mentality – nobody knows everything, it is what you do when you don’t know something that matters more
  •  Radical transparency
  • Independent thinker – no “yes men”
  • Ownership over problems – we are the antithesis of a bureaucracy
  • Customer obsessed
  •  Team player – We>I, always
  • Long-term focus
  • Strategical thinker
  • Highly flexible – we will likely have to pivot more than once, so buckle up
  • Stellar communicator – you’ll need to sell the vision to future employees, stakeholders, and
    investors

Where should I reach out if interested in learning more?

Email me (Denna Huang) at dandanhuang226@gmail.com , or text me at 919.360.3553

Raleigh – The Loading Dock – Community Assistant

Follow this link for more info.

To apply:

  1. Please email your resume to hiring@loadingdockraleigh.com
  2. Your email subject line should be formatted as:  Community Assistant – First Name, Last Name
  3. Cover letters are too formal for our taste. In the body of your email, just tell us about yourself – what you are passionate about, what you studied in school, your current job, why you are interested in this job, or anything else you think we should know.

The deadline to apply is Thursday, October 15. If your application does not include all of the mandatory items, it will not be considered. No phone calls, please.

 

Raleigh – The Loading Dock – Community Coordinator

Follow this link for more info.

To apply:

  1. Please email your resume to hiring@loadingdockraleigh.com
  2. Your email subject line should be formatted as:   Community Coordinator Position – First Name, Last Name
  3. Cover letters are too formal for our taste. In the body of your email, just tell us about yourself – what you are passionate about, what you studied in school, your current job, why you are interested in this job, or anything else you think we should know.

The deadline to apply is Thursday, October 15. If your application does not include all of the mandatory items, it will not be considered. No phone calls, please.

 

Remote – Everharbor – Internship

Everharbor is seeking  Fall semester interns who are looking to improve their skills in any combination of the following areas:

  1. Social Media Content Creation + Management
  2. Digital Community Management + Email Marketing
  3. Full-Stack Development / Engineering (see tech stack below)

As we work toward revenue/fundraising, we do not have an hourly-rate budget allocated for interns. We are seeking interns who could participate as part of a class, for class credit (we would provide assessments, etc, as needed), or a low flat-rate stipend.

If interested email chris@thompsonandprince.com.

 

Remote – Battery Ventures & More – Venture Capital Night

Venture Capital Night will be held on Tuesday, October 6th at 6 PM MT / 8 PM ET remote via Zoom. The evening will include panel participants from Battery Ventures, Accel Partners, Summit Partners, Spectrum Equity, Accel-KKR, and Bessemer Venture Partners. This is a panel-led discussion for undergraduate students interested in tech-focused venture capital, growth equity, and private equity. Topics that will be covered include: current market conditions, how students can break into VC/PE, and what students can do now to differentiate themselves. Capacity is limited so please register for the event here: https://battery.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_vrYKzoCrQxOw8Y9xNotU0g

Remote – Battery Ventures – Internship

Battery’s part-time unpaid Winter 2021 and Summer 2021 internship program

Battery Ventures is now accepting applications for their Winter 2021 and Summer 2021 part-time unpaid internship program, which is run remotely given everything going on with COVID-19. Students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible as the positions fill up quickly. To apply, please fill out this application here: https://forms.gle/PgMszNp5Jq1S3DEEA. Students advancing in the process will then be contacted for video interviews. For more information on this internship, please watch this 5-min video providing an overview of Battery Ventures and this 7-min video providing an overview of what to expect in the Battery internship. Battery led JMP’s March 2020 report with the most “Top 100” startups in its portfolio among any venture firm globally (see chart below).

Remote – Embarc – Chief Technical Officer

Embarc – Chief Technical Officer

Who We Are: Embarc is a running technology company with an all-Duke founding team. We generate running routes wherever our athletes are based on their preferred distance, elevation, terrain, and more to challenge and inspire them to explore their communities by foot.

Additionally, we’re building a component of our app that will apply this standalone route generating technology to prepare our athletes for upcoming races. We’ll analyze a runner’s upcoming racecourse, identify its challenging features, and then create a training plan for the runner featuring custom routes in their community mimicking the course. This precise training helps runners reach peak potential on
race day regardless of where they’re located. For example, if you’ve signed up for the SF Marathon, Embarc will generate routes in your surrounding community that will help you prepare for the hilly portions of the course—particularly miles 13-19 through Golden Gate Park.

Job Description: Embarc is looking for a Developer willing to take on a high responsibility role in helping to build and maintain our back-end code. Your initial projects will include improving the speed of our route generating algorithm as we move to a compiled language and maintain our large mapping data systems. Moving forward, you will play a key role in storing mission-critical training plan data! At Embarc, we value accountability and communication, both of which are incredibly important for remote work. If you’re a self-starter that wants to take on a rewarding, challenging role, please get in touch! This position will yield significant equity compensation.

Responsibilities:
• Assist in converting our complex route generating algorithm to a compiled language (Rust or Golang).
• Maintain Embarc’s mapping data systems.
• Build back-end structures to support our personalized race training plans.
• Optimize application for maximum speed and scalability.
• Collaborate with other team members and stakeholders.

Skills & Qualifications:
• Experience working in Rust or Golang
• Knowledge of microservice architecture
• Interest in working with map data
• An interest in running—whether you’re a casual recreational runner or a perennial Boston Qualifier, we want you to have a connection with our athletes!

If you are interested in this role, please email Kevin Cergol at Kevin@embarcfitness.com!

Remote – Kard – Operations Internship

Operations Intern

Kard is looking to hire 1-2 interns for a few hours per week for various projects.

What you’ll do

  • Help optimize Kard’s operational strategy, creating powerful systems to help us scale and get the job done
  • Develop and implement scalable processes for internal operations functions, including budgeting, support, disputes, analytics, and payments
  • Assist the VP of Operations with running company operations

What you bring to the table

  • Demonstrated ability to create processes, analyze systems, make data-driven decisions, and facilitate execution
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills with attention to detail
  • Experience learning and managing business software and programs
  • Highly developed people skills and the ability to work cross-functionally in a fast-moving environment
  • Desire to be a part of something at it’s earliest stages, helping to build a category-defining business

Contact thekatieharper@gmail.com for application information.

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