Looking for a new job where you can put your tech know-how to work? Having digital skills opens up a world of career choices for you. Take a look at some of the latest and greatest jobs we’ve found that’ll let you flex your digital muscles.
Position: Digital Director, Social Media
Help women gain political knowledge and leadership skills by developing a national social and digital media campaign. VoteRunLead’s motto is “technology + organizing = change”. So, if you’re a creative and strategic communicator who has campaign experience and knowledge of HTML and CSS, check out this opportunity to make a difference in democracy.
Position: Community Manager
Location: New York, NY
Parcel, a new package delivery service, is looking for someone who loves NYC and online shopping and is a dedicated social media whiz ready to dive into HTML, CSS and the Adobe Creative Suite. Becoming the fourth member of their fun-loving team could be exactly the way for you to take advantage of those unique skills and interests of yours!
Position: Digital Production Specialist
Location: Redwood City, CA
Evernote apps are designed to keep you organized, and now Evernote is looking for an organized team player “with a knack for all things technical”. If you also have Photoshop and design skills and image production experience, you might just find yourself soon working with the design and web teams of this innovative tech company.
Position: Product Designer
Receiptful is a fully distributed team working to make e-commerce receipts better. Your responsibilities there would include the whole spectrum from design to front-end development. So, this could be the perfect job if you’re a passionate and creative designer looking for a flexible working environment and the chance to use your jQuery, HTML, CSS, Git and GitHub skills.
Position: Email Marketing Manager
Location: New York, NY
WeWork creates spaces for creators so that they can focus on “doing what they love”. And, if you’re into digital marketing, are an analytical problem-solver and have great HTML and CSS skills, this could be a job you love where you can use your writing and design skills combined with your tech knowledge to help develop WeWork’s collaborative community.
We’re starting new sessions of our Skillcrush Career Blueprints and classes on August 4th. Join us to learn the digital skills that will get you hired!
Kelli worked in international logistics and then freelanced for years as a corporate language trainer and translator before following her passion and making a career change into tech - in her mid-40's!
She was both one of the first Skillcrush students and one of the first Skillcrush team members, starting as our customer support manager and now serving as our Operations (aka HR) Manager, a writer for our blog, and a career counselor.
Kelli is a Texan living in Finland who loves tech, podcasts, Corgis, emoji, gifs, and, most of all, practicing for and going to catalan style line dancing events all around Europe.