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Boston-area job postings, week of April 23

Posted by Alex Pearlman  April 26, 2012 01:43 PM

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help wanted illegibile written.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 boston@tngg.co with the details.

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

"Let's be honest, most jobs available for recent college grads kind of suck," reads a posting on FlipKey's website. "FlipKey doesn't offer sucky jobs, so keep reading." If you're a Software Engineer who doesn't suck either, you might consider joining the FlipKey team. Backed by TripAdvisor, FlipKey is an independent startup that's shaking up the fast-growing travel niche of vacation rentals. Candidates should know either Python or C++ and have at least a little database experience.

If you don't mind working for some sweat equity, there's a new, early-stage consumer web app startup in town that's looking for Developers who have expertise in either front end work, dynamic and mobile development, or database work. You'll be building the groundwork for an efficient media aggregation and information consumption web application that will target major opportunities in personalized, productivity-enhancing content and information management.

Got charisma? Influencers@, an influence marketing agency aimed at the college demographic, is looking for Brand Promoters to hit the streets and greet customers by distributing flyers and promo items. It's a great gig for a college student who's available at least one day per week and has extraordinary enthusiasm, is comfortable engaging and interacting with new people, and would never be called a prima donna.

If digital is your life and building an online community for a local .edu tech startup is something you dream about, apply for this anonymous company's Online Community Manager position. In true startup fashion, you'll be managing all social media channels and content. Candidates should have at least one year of relevant experience.

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

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