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Who's hiring in DC: EverFi, Voxiva, Intellinote

Every other week, Elevation DC reports on the latest in company hiring news.

On the heels of launching the premium version of its platform this week, Reston-based Intellinote just posted a slew of jobs, including positions in inside sales, javascript/web development, iOS development, app/integration development, Android development and software design. Contact Intellinote to apply.

EverFi, an ed tech company working in the private sector, has openings in product management, engineering and research.  The company is located in Georgetown. Apply through the company's website, or email a resume to [email protected].

Voxiva, an interactive mobile health coaching platform in D.C., is hiring a UX manager. After reading about the position, those interested should email resume, salary requirements and references to [email protected] and include "User Experience Manager" in the subject header.

Bethesda-based Boastify, an online portfolio platform and next-gen resume site, is hiring two full-stack programmers. The company just launched in beta two weeks ago. Interested in shaping things from the ground up? Contact Boastify founder and CEO Dan Kluger.

Social media engagement platform Zoomph, out of Reston, is looking for a digital marketing director. Interested parties should send resumes over to [email protected].

Cater2.me, an online catering platform operating out of Dupont, is looking for an operations associate/account manager. The right person will have excellent communication skills, a passion for food, a four-year degree and experience with startups.

Have hiring news? Email [email protected] and include a link to the job posting.

Read more articles by Allyson Jacob.

Allyson Jacob is a writer originally hailing from Cincinnati, Ohio, and is the Innovation and Job News editor for Elevation DC. Her work has been featured in The Cincinnati Enquirer and Cincinnati CityBeat. Have a tip about a small business or start-up making waves inside the Beltway? Tell her here.
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