The hiring roundup heats up this week with 40+ jobs at the CMU Software Engineering Institute in Bakery Square, 15 openings at Branding Brand in Pittsburgh and ANSYS, which is moving to new digs in Southpointe II.
is moving into 38,000 square feet of office space at Bakery Square making ample room for the hiring of 40+, reports Richard Lynch of SEI. Those with a master’s degree in software engineering, IT, computer science and IT security and intelligence need apply.
(The ability to obtain a Top Secret security clearance may also be required.)
Among the positions: senior engineers, digital media production specialists, information architects, senior research scientists, architecture developers and Linux Systems Administrator, to name but a few.
Mobile commerce vendor Branding Brand
is hiring 15+ for a variety of positions: lead software engineer, web application developer, UX Designer, sales engineer, test engineer, site reliability engineer, account manager, senior integration testers, site reliability engineers, data analyst, project manager and entry-level integration testers.
The company, with its extensive portfolio of Fortune 500 clients, has 92 employees in Pittsburgh and is scaling up to assist e-commerce sites in becoming mobile accessible.
Luis von Ahn’s company Duolingo
received $15 million in venture funding this week to assist in the hiring of “top tier” engineers and fuel an international expansion of the company. Duolingo currently employs 17 and hopes to be at 25 by the end of 2012.
Based in Shadyside, the company is on the lookout for engineers, language masters (people who know other languages really well), a PR guru, and a personal assistant to the CEO.
is moving into new headquarters in Southpointe II down the street from its current location on Technology Drive. The 186,000 square-foot facility, which will be ready in the fourth quarter of 2014, will allow the company to relocate employees from its Station Square offices and bring in a substantial numbe of additional hires over the next 10 years. ANSYS currently employs 400+ and has openings now for another 100 people.
As reported today in Pop City, Australian company Excel4apps
is hiring for several positions.