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Who's hiring in PGH? Bricolage, Verizon and more

Each week, Pop City scours the web to bring you exciting career opportunities in Pittsburgh. Employers, if you have a job opening or internship you would like to promote, please email innovationnews@popcitymedia.com with "Hiring" in the subject line. Hit us up on Twitter @popcitypgh if our job listings put you on the path to success.

The immersive theater company Bricolage is seeking a full-time development associate to help manage a year-long grant-funded, project-based initiative. All application materials are due by July 17.

The Carnegie Museum of Art (CMOA) is seeking a full-time curatorial assistant to help organize the 2018 Carnegie International (CI) exhibition. Candidates must have a four-year degree or higher in art history, studio arts, or a related field, as well as a minimum of three years of administrative experience with contemporary art in a museum or archive environment.

American Eagle Outfitters is hiring an image retoucher to ensure the quality of company marketing and website images. Requires at least three years of experience with image manipulation and color handling.

Deeplocal has several open positions, including art director, creative director, and interactive producer.

Philips is looking for a full-time software engineer (Job Number: 144375) to oversee the conceptual design and implementation of real-time embedded software for use within medical devices. Requirements include a four-year degree and two years of applicable experience.

Verizon is hiring a full-time RF design engineer to work in the company's Bridgeville offices. Candidates must have a four-year degree in engineering or computer science and a minimum five years of experience in the cellular or telecommunications industry.

Pittsburgh Psychotherapy Associates has openings for a licensed psychologist and psychotherapist to work at its private practice in the North Hills.

Job Fairs:
On July 16, Jewish Family & Children’s Service (JF&CS) will hold a career fair tailored for refugee and immigrant job seekers who possess legal status to work in the United States, English proficiency, professional skills, and higher education. The career fair will take place on the lower level of the Department of Human Services (DHS) offices from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
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