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Who's hiring in Pittsburgh? Forever, Axiom Health, Romeo Delivers and more

Each week Pop City reports on the latest in company and hiring news.
Glen Meakem’s new company, Forever Inc., a provider of personal social storage for family mementos and documents, is hiring three for its downtown office: a marketing associate, marketing manager and senior product manager.
RE2, a developer of intelligent modular manipulation systems and drones for the defense industry, is hiring a principal electrical engineer to lead a team of electrical engineers, designers and technicians.
GiftCards.com, one of the largest makers of personalized gift cards from Visa or MasterCard, is growing and promises the hiring of 15 to 20 people in the coming year. The company currently has one opening for an eCommerce product manager.
Axiom Health Intellect Systems, a growth stage start-up company focused on hospital analytics and business analytics software products, is hiring two: a sales account executive to push initiatives across the U.S. and a CMIO and CTO to help create cutting edge products for hospital analytics and business. Candidates for the latter position should email a resume and cover letter to Murugan Subramanian at msubramanian@axiomhealthbi.com
Pittsburgh startup Romeo Delivers is seeking part-time studio assistants to help deliver happiness and spread perpetual kindness to the world. The AlphaLab Gear company in East Liberty sends romantic toolkits to men on a monthly basis with personalized messages and creative and personalized bits and bobs to bring joy to significant others.
Duquesne University is hiring a web communications manager responsible for managing and editing the university’s website, Intranet and other online communications.

The Tepper School of Business at CMU is looking for an office manager, someone with more than five years of experience working in a corporate or university environment.
CMU is also hiring a personal/administrative assistant to assist CMU’s school of design.
Writer: Deb Smit

Who's hiring in Pittsburgh? The City of Pittsburgh, Avere, MARC USA, Pittsburgh Steelers and more

Each week Pop City reports on the latest in company hiring news.
Pittsburgh Mayor-elect Bill Peduto is posting 30 city jobs on a new website created by The Pittsburgh Foundation called Talent-City.com.  The jobs are in the areas of the Mayor’s Office, Finance and Administration, Public Safety and Urban Affairs, and Planning and Innovation; annual salaries range between $60,000 and $106,000.

has four openings in Pittsburgh: director of cloud business development, technical support engineer, software engineer and software QA engineer, this from the fast-growing company that recently introduced Cloud NAS, reinventing the way data is stored in the cloud.

Rue21, in the news for going private, has 10 openings at its corporate headquarters in Warrendale, Pa. including buyers, district managers, store analysts and ecommerce merchandising.
MARC USA is hiring a PR/ social media account to manage the social media conversation for leading brands, plan innovative social promotions and also be involved in a wide range of media relations, event planning and cause marketing activities, in addition to day-to-day client service and project management.
The community newspaper of Pittsburgh’s Northside, The Northside Chronicle, is seeking a new managing editor. The monthly community newspaper has a circulation of 8,000 and delivers to 18 Northside neighborhoods.
Chorus Call in Monroeville, provider of audio and video conferencing and streaming solutions for an international market, seeks a video account executive to grow the company’s telecasting services including webcasting, multi-point video conferencing events, and endpoint video equipment.
Compunetix, also in Monroeville, a manufacturer of multipoint collaboration equipment and web collaboration software s hiring in for technical sales, software development, customer support, facilities maintenance, and electronics assembly.

Grantmakers of Western PA is looking for a program and communications coordinator, someone responsible for a wide range of responsibilities from communications to programming and service.

The Pittsburgh Steelers are hiring a corporate partners manager. The position will be responsible for generating revenue through the sale of Pittsburgh Steelers marketing platforms, media programs and events through existing corporate partners and by cultivating new local and national partnerships. 

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Writer: Deb Smit

Who's hiring in Pittsburgh? ModCloth, Songwhale, Steeltown Entertainment and more

Each week Pop City reports on the latest in company hiring news.
ModCloth, the online vintage clothing retailer, is looking for a director of engineering for its Pittsburgh location. This is a forward-looking position that requires basic technical knowledge of the company's technology stack to help inform decisions.

Songwhale, a fast-growing, interactive technology company in Pittsburgh, is hiring developers, engineers and project managers.
The Efficiency Network (TEN) is hiring an entrepreneurial energy engineer to provide expertise in assessing, designing, calculating savings and scoping pricing energy efficiency projects. The company is a next-generation energy efficiency integration firm that hopes to change the way customers achieve energy and water efficiency goals.
University of Pittsburgh is hiring an academic community engagement advisor for the University Honors College. The position is responsible for directing the office and advising UHC students as well as other responsibilities.
Safaba in Squirrel Hill, a fast-growing machine translation firm, seeks a senior MT software engineer to play an integral role in its product development roadmap and customer project delivery.
Morgan Contemporary Glass Gallery seeks a full-time gallery assistant who will be responsible for daily gallery management, creating PR and marketing materials, packing and shipping glass, and installing work for exhibition openings. A BFA/BA in art history or studio arts, or a background in gallery management is preferred. Send resumes and cover letters to Amy Morgan at staff@morganglassgallery.com.
Steeltown Entertainment Project is seeking a part-time (20 hours a week) youth & media program administrator to support its projects. Steeltown’s Youth & Media Program works to empower teens by inspiring, promoting and facilitating the creation of teen-produced media and provide the skills they need.
On the North Shore, Webkite, a content management platform developer, is hiring three: business development technology sales representative, outbound sales representative and a senior developer.
Branding Brand seeks a technical recruiter to work in the Pittsburgh office and lead the development of the team. The ideal candidate is entrepreneurial in nature, a true people person, and someone who lives and breathes mobile. 

Immunetrics, a bio-simulation company in Pittsburgh, on the cutting edge of in silico modeling, seeks a mathematical modeler.
AllFacilities Energy Group, an energy efficiency analytics company in Pittsburgh, is hiring an account associate with a Bachelor’s degree in a business or technical discipline, or 1 – 3 years of related experience.  Energy efficiency experience is preferred, but not required.
Bechtel Bettis seeks an entry level technical editor/writer in its West Mifflin office,  someone with experience or a degree in mechanical, marine or related engineering.

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Writer: Deb Smit

Who's hiring in Pittsburgh? Industrial Scientific, Mattress Factory, Seegrid, CMU and more

Each week Pop City reports on the latest in company hiring news.
Industrial Scientific has broken ground on a new 200,000-square-foot global headquarters in Robinson Township, allowing the the company to consolidate its operations into one location. Hiring is expected in the coming year. IS is currently advertising five positions in Pittsburgh: credit account manager, electronics technician, senior director, senior electrical engineer and senior software developer.
Pittsburgh-based Seegrid, maker of robotic industrial trucks, is hiring four positions: field service technician, senior software engineer, a director of product development-robotic industrial truck product line and a mechanical engineer.
The Mattress Factory on the North Side is hiring a communications and marketing manager. The position is responsible for the implementation of strategies to increase visitor attendance and promotion of the museum nationally and internationally. 
South Side skincare startup FutureDerm has two openings for a software development consultant and financial consultant. The company recently announced the expansion of its product line beginning with a new skin cleanser.
Smith Brothers is hiring a senior content creator/ copywriter, someone who’s "a kickass copywriter with the portfolio to prove it."
RE2 in Lawrenceville is seeking a principal electrical engineer to join its team. A minimum ten years of experience is required. RE2 recently announced funding by the Dept. of Defense to commercialize its high-speed inspection robot, the ForeRunner, an unmanned ground vehicle.

BEA of Belgium, makers of automatic door sensor technology, has an opening in its Pittsburgh office for a director of marketing, someone with experience in product management. Pittsburgh is the company's North American headquarters. 
Carnegie Mellon University is hiring a publications coordinator and webmaster with three or more years of experience in writing, desktop publishing and multimedia.
Flying Cork Media is looking for a creative writer to assist in all client campaign writing. A bachelor’s degree in marketing, advertising or public relations and 1-2 years of experience is preferred.
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Writer: Deb Smit

Pittsburgh schools take students on wild rides through science, teach video game design

Students today are hungry for a challenging learning environment that not only engages them, but also prepares them for the 21st century workplace. So what does this look like?

Two high schools in the Pittsburgh region are embracing innovative educational models that teach STEAM skills in creative ways. One is a classroom that looks more like a place you might find at Epcot in Disney World; the other is an academy for future video game designers.

At Shaler High School, students are stepping into an immersive, virtual world called Dream Flight Adventures where they embark on their own missions that take them into the scientific realms of outer space, human body or deep sea.

Before the day of the mission, teachers prep the students. When the day arrives, the excited class takes its spot in a room that is designed as a command center, and moderated by an administrator who serves as flight director. The students manipulate the mission on iPads and follow the journey on a wide screen at the front of the room.

“When kids walk in, many think it will be like a video game, with scripted outcomes, says Gary Gardiner, CEO and creator.  “They quickly realize this is more of a real life experience. There is a lot of screaming and yelling.”

“Once the kids come in here, they are no longer are fifth graders, they are engineers, and hackers and physicists,” adds Michael Penn, GATE teacher and flight director. “They own these jobs. Time stops for them; they are so reluctant to leave.”
Dream Flight Adventure hopes to expand to other area school districts, says Gardiner, who is also manager of education and entertainment initiatives at Idea Foundry.

At Elizabeth Forward High School, Zulama’s Gaming Academy offers students a high school level curriculum based on course work offered at CMU’s Entertainment Technology Center (ETC). The academy teaches STEAM skills through classes on game design, 3D modeling and modern storytelling.
In its second year, the program has grown from 30 to 190 students.
“It’s changing the way teachers are teaching,” says Nikki Navta, founder and CEO. “It gives students practice for jobs that exist in the real world.”
Zulama addresses soft learning skills including working in teams, learning to communicating and collaborating effectively. It’s not about just math, science, art and history, says Navta. It gives students a tangible portfolio of work.
“The collaboration and the creation that students get to do is far more intrinsically motivating than any other course that I’ve seen offered in my mere 10 years of education,” says Heather Hibner, a teacher at Elizabeth Forward.
Writer: Deb Smit
Source: Zulama and Dream Flight Adventures

Who's hiring in Pittsburgh? Shoefitr, Precision Therapeutics, Carlow University and more

Each week Pop City reports on the latest company and hiring news.
Pittsburgh startup Shoefitr, the former AlphaLab company that helps customers to make sure the shoe fits when they are buying online, is hiring for eight positions: footwear taxonomy specialist, front-end engineer, graphic designer, QA engineer, senior inside sales professional, software engineer, technical sales engineer and UX researcher/developer.
Precision Therapeutics on the South Side and Lawrenceville, a diagnostics company that provides cancer patients and their doctors with personalized cancer treatment, is hiring for seven positions: immunohistochemistry technician, software developers, finance, automation specialist, clinical information analyst, laboratory accessioner, part-time and clinical lab technician.
Combinenet, a SciQuest company, in the Strip District is looking to hire a full time unix administrator with five or more years experience in maintaining a production environment.  

Dick's Sporting Goods is hiring a marketing content editor to support the brand's mission.

Carlow University is hiring a communications strategist for a 12-month position to support a full range of Carlow's communications efforts.

The Girl Scouts of Western Pennsylvania are looking for a cookie sales coordinator to plan and implement the overall sales strategy of this major annual fundraiser. 

Looking for a little extra work for the holidays? FedEx Ground is hiring about 100 workers to support its operation on Neville Island, off I-79. Pay starts at $10 an hour.

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Writer: Deb Smit

Who's hiring in Pittsburgh? Deeplocal, West Penn Health, Windstax and more

Each week Pop City reports on the latest in company hiring and expansion news.
Deeplocal, a unique design and development studio in the Strip, is hiring for two positions. The company is looking for a new agency engagement lead, someone with great communication skills who can build relationships with advertising agencies. The firm also needs a user experience designer.
WindStax is looking for full and part-time shop workers for their facility in the historic Strip District of Pittsburgh. Potential candidates must be willing to work first or second shift and some weekends.
West Penn Allegheny Health System has a plethora of full- and part-time positions in several areas: finance, administration, nursing, as well as medical technicians and surgical positions.
Natural Resource Group has opened an office downtown in PPG Plaza and will be hiring in the coming year. The company currently employs 140 people in the region; this is its first downtown office. The company provides environmental and public affairs consulting for the energy sector.

Auberle, a nonprofit that has addressed underserved children and families for 60 years, is hiring a marketing and communication manager who will create internal and external communications, manage the overall Auberle brand and all aspects of public relations for the agency. The position also works in conjunction with the development department to help to generate revenue for the agency.
Siemens in Bridgeville is hiring a senior sales executive for business automation solutions. This position requires travel. The position is part of the Siemens Infrastructure & Cities Sector, which is focused on developing solutions to make cities of all sizes more sustainable and competitive. 
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Writer: Deb Smit

Who's hiring in Pittsburgh? Clark Hill Thorp Reed, ExOne, Fireman Creative, UpTo and more

Each week Pop City reports on the latest in company and hiring news.
UpTo touts itself as the region’s first pop-up creative firm. It’s looking for freelance designers and writers with an entrepreneurial spirit who can turn around work quickly for small businesses and nonprofits. The organization is holding a pop-up this week in East Liberty, Oct. 14-18, at 6101 Penn Avenue, in the Liberty Bank building.
Clark Hill Thorp Reed is hiring a mid-level associate attorney, litigation associate with at least five years of experience.
Fireman Creative is an innovative design and technology agency based in Pittsburgh’s Southside. The firm is looking for a PHP Web Developer/Engineer with 1 to 3 years of agency experience (or equivalent). 
Safaba in Squirrel Hill is hiring a director of marketing to help develop, implement and lead the execution of the company's marketing strategy. The fast-growing company helps global companies to translate corporate materials into many languages.
Mylan in Canonsburg is hiring a senior marketing and advertising review council specialist responsible for the timely and accurate review, approval and production of all Mylan specialty promotional materials.
Industry Weapon is in need of an HTML 5 developer/interactive "genius" who can create cutting edge, interactive experiences for customers.
ExOne in North Huntingdon, a fast-growing firm in the 3D printing space, has openings in eight areas:  mechanical designer, technical writer and trainer, program manager (chemistry) and service technicians,
Intrigue Technologies, a CMU spin-off, is developing the next generation of imaging cameras and systems for surveillance, automotive and robotic vision applications in Bridgeville. The company is hiring an electronic hardware design engineer.
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Writer: Deb Smit

Who's hiring in Pittsburgh? PNC, Oracle, Phipps and more

Each week Pop City reports on the latest company and hiring news.

PNC is posting 14 jobs for full-time finance positions in the downtown Pittsburgh office. Positions include: auditors, analysts and finance project managers and coordinators.
PNC Investment Services is posting four jobs in the downtown Pittsburgh office for investment services associates and a senior investment associate.
The Oracle office in Pittsburgh is hiring for at least 10 positions in IT including client specialists, IT security and consulting professionals.
Phipps has several full-time openings for people with a passion for the green world. Positions include: a display horticulturalist; events sales administrator; building maintenance technicians, a grower/production to provide care and propagation of plants and seedlings; an integrated pest management specialist; and a science education and research administrative assistant.
Wyndham Hotel and Resorts is looking for an executive chef who will be responsible for coordinating all aspects of the hotel’s food production and services.

Pittsburgh-based NuRelm, a developer of business websites, is seeking a web developer to build content managed websites.
Gillece Services is launching a new home maintenance program, expanding its training and hiring 10-15 employees: electricians, master plumbers, service plumbers, HVAC technicians and journeymen. The company will also partner with the Pittsburgh Technical Institute to offer high-tech training to students in the coming months.
The Mountain Watershed Association is hiring a community advocate. Candidates must have a J.D. Degree with a certificate or experience in environmental law, be enthusiastic and motivated self-starters, and be outgoing and able to work with diverse groups of people. The job is based in Melcroft, Pa.
Allies for Children, a newly organized nonpartisan advocacy nonprofit, is hiring a communications director, someone passionate about improving the lives of children and youth.
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Writer: Deb Smit

Who's hiring in Pittsburgh? Alcoa, Rhiza, ModCloth and the Business Times

In addition to celebrating its 125th birthday this week, Alcoa is hiring. The company is looking for more than 15 people at its technical center, mostly engineering and science staff positions, and has another four jobs in procurement and finance at its corporate center.
Rhiza, a fast-growing software company on Ellsworth Avenue, is hiring four: front end and user interaction designer, front end developer, a junior software engineer and a software engineer.
The Pittsburgh Business Times is hiring an experienced reporter to cover the energy beat in Southwestern Pennsylvania. Experienced reporters who have covered this area on a daily basis are preferred, especially those with an extensive portfolio of related clips and senior-level industry contacts.
CBS TV/ KDKA is hiring a full-time tech specialist to assist with operator training for all equipment located within the KDKA facility. A degree in engineering electronics or equivalent experience is required.
ModCloth in Pittsburgh is hiring a fashion-writing editor. The ideal candidate will have excellent written and verbal skills, instinctive brand awareness and strong social networking skills.
The Frick Art & Historical Center is hiring a curatorial assistant to provide general support to the curatorial department as it relates to collections care and the temporary exhibitions.
Enterprise Forum Pittsburgh is hiring a part-time program director/ board administration to represent the the organization to the public, orchestrate monthly events, facilitate daily operations and serve as the front office. The workload is 15 hours a week and is very flexible except on the day of an event. Interested candidates should email mitefpittsburgh@gmail.com for more information.
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Writer: Deb Smit

Who's hiring in Pittsburgh? Carnegie Robotics, One Planet, Western Pa. Conservancy and more

Each week Pop City reports on the latest company hiring news.
Carnegie Robotics will be hiring more than 25 people over the next two years as part of the expansion of its world-class robotic manufacturing center and headquarters in Lawrenceville.

The company seeks product-oriented, highly driven engineers, technical associates and interns who will be an integral part of the company’s long-term hiring strategy. CR specializes in building robotic products for commercial, industrial and defense markets.

PPG Industries has announced that its North American Architectural Coatings headquarters will be located in Butler County and promises at least 300 jobs in the future. Currently, PPG has openings for more than 20 positions in operations, systems, recruiting, customer relations and engineering.
One Planet, which takes a human approach to the translation of medical, science and business materials, is hiring freelance translators, an account executive, software localization engineer and project managers.
Lunametrics on the South Side has five openings: office manager, google analytics data analyst, SEO project manager, online media strategist and an inbound sales expert.
St. Clair Hospital Foundation is hiring a director of development, someone to take the lead on the solicitation of major gift prospects, strategies, grant and proposal generation, major donor gifts and more.
Western Pennsylvania Conservancy has two full-time openings in its Community Gardens/Greenspace department for field staff, based in Pittsburgh. The position supports field work at community gardens and greening projects throughout the region. To apply, send a resume, cover letter and salary expectations to wpcjobs@paconserve.org and list Garden Staff in the subject line.
Dick’s Sporting Goods is looking for a copywriter with three years of editorial experience in advertising, marketing or related with an ability to meet deadlines in a fast-paced, employee-friendly office.

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Writer: Deb Smit

Who's hiring in Pittsburgh? Celerity, SnapRetail!, The Resumator and more

Each week Pop City reports on the latest company and hiring news in the region.
Celerity, a business consultancy that delivers web, mobile and business IT solutions, has acquired 3PC Media in Wexford, a digital agency that specializes in mobile app development and strategic branding. The company’s expansion means four new jobs for the Pittsburgh office including front end developers and native iOS mobile developers. Prospects should email hmoffitt@celerity.com
SnapRetail! in the Strip District is looking for “snappers” to join its team. The buy local, digital marketing solutions firm has 15 openings in sales, engineering and marketing. An open house “snapdraft” with Charlie Batch will be held on Sept. 26th for potential recruits.
The Resumator, a digital platform that facilitate's a company's hiring needs, is hiring. The startup is looking to fill roles in engineering, support, sales and marketing.
Kennametal Inc. in Latrobe has acquiried a tungsten materials business from Allegheny Technologies Inc. for $605 million. The company is posting 15+ jobs at its global headquarters including positions in engineering, software IT, finance, sales and internships. (Note: the career page can only be accessed using Foxfire or Internet Explorer.)
Lawrenceville-based Astrobotic, providing affordable robotic technology options on planetary missions, is recruiting qualified candidates in the following technical fields: avionics, structures, propulsion, thermal, operations and communications.
The MEMS Industry Group, a nonprofit industry association to promote micro-electro mechanical systems across global markets, is hiring a program and events manager.
Energy+1, yet another company out there working to convince the general public to switch their utility supplier, is hiring upward of 50 people to sell their plan in the region. The company claims the pay is lucrative for ambitious sales types.
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Writer: Deb Smit

Who's hiring in Pittsburgh? Nearly everyone. More than 100 jobs posted.

Each week Pop City reports on the latest local hiring news. It must be job season as nearly a dozen companies are hiring: Songwhale, Holtec, Think Through Math, ShowClix, College Prowler, Kextil, K&L Gates, Lucas Systems and Cheetah Technologies. 

Songwhale in Lawrenceville, an interactive tech company that sends brand messages via smart phones, computers and tablets, is hiring software engineers, project managers and developers.

Holtec in Turtle Creek, a manufacturer of dry fuel storage canisters and high tech racks for nuclear utilities around the world, has a handful of open positions: quality engineer, product line manager, burn operator, welder, supervisor and maintenance manager.

Innovation Works reports a record-breaking year, good news considering the year is only halfway over. The region’s largest investor in seed-stage companies has invested $3.7 million in 47 companies so far. Even better, IW reports that there are more than 30 jobs at area startups, many in software engineering, software development and sales.

There are four openings at Think Through Math. The math instructional tutoring company is hiring a bilingual math teacher, inside sales rep, IT manager and senior software developer. The company recently closed on a $5.6 million funding round and plans to move into a larger office on the North Shore, across from PNC park.

Online ticketing company ShowClix has four full-time and three internship positions.

Niche, better known as the online college resource College Prowler, is hiring three people who will join a staff of 20: database engineer, director of sales and a software engineer. The company expects to grow to 30 by next year.

Kextil, featured in this week's issue of Pop City, is hiring a lead architect. 
The law firm of K&L Gates is looking to fill two positions within its global marketing team in Pittsburgh: a PR and communications assistant and CRM Data Steward who is primarily responsible for assisting with data security throughout the firm.
Cheetah Technologies in Pittsburgh is looking for a software quality assurance analyst and firmware engineer.

Lucas Systems, a provider of voice logistics solutions for retailers and warehouse operations, is hiring seven full-time and two interns. The positions include: product engineers, software engineers, software support supervisors, and software and engineering interns.

The Pittsburgh Parking Authority has two full-time openings for an IT network administrator for its growing IT Division and an accounting manager with a CPA certification to join its Finance Department.

Have hiring news? Email Pop City pretty please and include the career links.

Writer: Deb Smit

Who's hiring in Pittsburgh? Green Building Association, Branding Brand, Reed Smith and more

Each week Pop City reports on the latest in company hiring news.
The Green Building Alliance (GBA) in Pittsburgh is looking for a property specialist to lead its efforts in the Pittsburgh 2030 District. The program is designed to encourage and empower small commercial property owners in the city to reduce energy, water consumption, transportation emissions and improve indoor air quality while putting money back in their pockets.

Branding Brand is looking for a technical recruiter to work in the Pittsburgh office and lead team development. The ideal candidate is entrepreneurial in nature, a true people person and someone who lives and breathes mobile. 
Communities In Schools of Pittsburgh-Allegheny County is hiring an executive director. This nonprofit serves at-risk students by encouraging them to stay in school. The program works with local school districts to provide alternative education, after-school programming, mentoring and more.
The Sarah Heinz House, a center that supports local youths and families, is looking for a director of finance and business operations. The chosen candidate will join a dedicated staff committed to giving youths the tools they need to reach their potential.
Pittsburgh Public Market is hiring an assistant market manager to assist with market operations at the expanded Pittsburgh Public Market at 2401 Penn Ave. in the Strip District. PPM is a year-round market bringing shoppers together with locally grown and sourced food; it offers programs and classes as well.
Reading Is FUNdamental Pittsburgh is looking for an energetic, entrepreneurial individual to join its new Storymobile team. RIF is working to narrow the literacy gap in the region; the Storymobile program offers an opportunity to engage low-income families and children in their own neighborhoods.  
The law firm of Reed Smith downtown is hiring a document specialist, a position that entails the accurate completion of work submitted to the document processing department. Administrative support skills are preferred.
The Port Authority of Pittsburgh seeks an experienced PeopleSoft application systems developer to develop and maintain systems and programs using current technologies. The job requires a BS in Computer Science and/or related experience. Interested applicants should send a resume and salary requirements to mramsey@portauthority.org
Dress for Success, a nonprofit serving disadvantaged women by providing professional attire, is looking for a communications intern and fashion consultant for its Washington County branch. While unpaid, the internship will offer experience to those considering a career in public relations, fashion, event planning and social work.

Have hiring news? Email Pop City and send the links.
Writer: Deb Smit

Who's hiring in Pittsburgh? Sprout Fund, Pipitonegroup, Bombardier and more

Each week Pop City reports on the latest hiring news.

The Sprout Fund is launching the Remake Learning Corps, a new program to connect tech-forward experts with afterschool and out-of-school educators to move education into the future. Sprout is looking for a program associate to work closely with Sprout's community-building team and direct the Digital Corps and their toolbag of resources. Tech-savvy people who are passionate about innovative learning need apply.

Pipitonegroup is looking for a digital marketing expert, preferably someone who knows their SEO from a hole in the ground. Experience with digital marketing tools is key.

Conservation Consultants is hiring a weatherization program coordinator responsible for the Peoples Natural Gas Weatherization program.  Applicants should send resume and cover letter to: micheller@ccienter.org.
Wrecking Crew Media in Pittsburgh is hiring a director/producer/editor with strong concept and writing abilities. Motion graphics experience is a must.
Mylan Inc. is looking for a promotion review editor to ensure consistent application of copy standards in multiple marketing projects across various brands among other tasks.
Bombardier in Pittsburgh seeks a mechanical engineer with five years of experience to assist in project evolution from the bid phase through design.

Kurt J. Lesker in Jefferson Hills has more of an entry-level mechanical engineering position, requiring two years of experience in mechanical design.

Robert Morris University seeks a program coordinator for the School of Nursing and Health Services.
Vocollect in Penn Hills seeks an elearning project manager to manage the development of elearning training offers. The positions requires lots of experience in elearning instructional design and development.  
Have hiring news? Email Pop City and include the links.
Writer: Deb Smit
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