An Inside Look into Next Week’s Job Fair

If you’re in the market for a new job or are just starting your tech career, our job fairs are some of the best venues in town for networking, resume reviews and yes, even interviews!

You’ll benefit from meeting over 20 companies of all sizes that are actively hiring IT professionals, UX + UI designers, data scientists, front and back end developers, graphic designers, database administrators, product and project managers, full stack engineers, mobile developers, programmers (Python, JavaScript, Ruby and Java) and professionals in social media, sales and marketing.

Next week’s job fair on Thursday, September 20 is particularly exceptional, with a wide variety of tech-related companies in attendance. Some of them include Google, NBC Digital News, Zulily, Valant, FanWide, TableSafe,and many more. Take a sneak peek at just four companies scheduled to recruit at the event:

Adaptiva: Kirkland’s Adaptiva just snagged a gold Stevie in the American Business Awards competition for its Windows 10 Accelerator Program and a silver Stevie for a cloud-based Windows management solution developed with VMware. The company is one of the leading providers of endpoint management and security solutions based on peer-to-peer technology. Adaptiva is self-funded and experiencing rapid growth, with clients ranging from Adidas and HSBC to the US Department of Homeland Security. Will this be your next career move?

Cloutera: You might find your next gig by visiting with Cloutera, a Seattle-based recruiting firm partnering with startups and emerging growth companies. The company has a long list of available positions for its clients, ranging from computer technicians and data analysts to operations and administration.

General Assembly: GA may be a global entity (it’s owned by one of Switzerland’s largest companies, Adecco Group), but it has a large presence in the Seattle area. It was the first company to enter the world of coding bootcamps, and today, GA offers a parade of courses in high-demand skills such as coding, UX and design, marketing and product management. The company wants to disrupt traditional education paths by providing appropriate, targeted skills to enable anyone to pursue work they love. If you’re looking to become an educator, GA might be the company for you.

Inabia: Inabia is a Redmond-based consultancy that has been in business since 2006. The company specializes in providing IT solutions in managed services and software development, as well as contract and permanent hires for companies such as AT&T and Microsoft. The company has a long list of openings, so if you’re a data scientist, engineer or a QA specialist, you’ll want to make a point of talking with Inabia representatives during the event.

So dust off those resumes, be sure to register for an assigned arrival time at the job fair (registration opens at 4 pm) and we’ll see you at Galvanize next week. Remember, no matter what time you are scheduled to start, you can stay until the end of the event at 7:00 pm.

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