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Each week NEXTpittsburgh reports on the latest in company and hiring news.

Safaba in Squirrel Hill is on a hiring spree. The computer translation tech company, a CMU spinout, is looking for the following: director of marketing, research scientist, senior software engineer and senior MT software engineer.

Silver Eye Center for Photography on the South Side is looking to hire an executive director. An internationally recognized institution, the center is dedicated to the understanding, appreciation, education and promotion of photography as an art form and as an expressive form of visual communication.

Magee-Women’s Hospital of UPMCis currently hiring a full-time patient care technician to support the 3200 Med-Surg Unit at its Oakland location.  This position will be scheduled for rotating 12-hour shifts with a weekend and holiday requirement.

Industry Weapon is on a hiring spree with four open positions: educational services instructor, inside new business account executive, account manager and HTML5 developer and interactive genius.

Arsenal Studios is seeking a full-time web developer to assist in development and testing of its growing custom web software business with a secondary emphasis on CMS and web site customization and development.

Adiago Health, a leader in women’s healthcare dedicated to providing quality care to underserved populations, seeks a president and chief executive officer. Founded in 1971, the nonprofit operates medical offices and partners with more than 20 other health care services to provide care in 23 counties of Western Pennsylvania.

Celerity is looking for a senior business analyst trainer. The position entails collaboration with business owners and stakeholders to translate business needs specifically for the health care industry.

Carnegie Learning is looking for a project manager and business analyst to shape the direction of new content for the company’s educational software products.

The Garden of Peace Project seeks a director of community outreach and engagement and a board chair volunteer. The project strives to support the emotional, mental, physical and spiritual well-being of vulnerable and marginalized populations in the region.

Early Music America is hiring a special projects coordinator, a part-time position to promote the mission of expanding an awareness of early music and instruments of the Medieval to Renaissance, Baroque and Classical period. The rate is $15/hour.

Hip-Hop On L.O.C.K., an award-winning arts education and mentoring program, is hiring a school Hip Hop educator at Propel Montour in Pittsburgh. The educator works with youth grades K-8 to teach the Hip-Hop curriculum in developing songs that will be performed at a school-wide event.

The East End Cooperative Ministry seeks an executive director. EECM, an interfaith ministry, serves Pittsburgh’s eastern urban neighborhoods and is a model of what can be accomplished when a community comes together.

Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall & Museum Trust is hiring a controller who will work with the operational leaders. The position involves overseeing finance and accounting and working with the President and Board of Directors toward growth and stability.

Think Through Math, an online tutoring platform, helps students gain confidence in math skills. The company is on track to reach more than two million students this year and is looking to add developers to its platform engineering team. A deep background in web applications and/or mobile development is key.

Maker Corps in Pittsburgh is recruiting members to serve as role models and mentors in three communities this summer—Millvale Community Library, Assemble or Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh. The initiative was created to offer opportunities for youth to develop confidence in STEAM areas through creative making. The deadline to apply is March 21st.


Deb Smit

Deb is an award-winning journalist who loves ancient places and cool technologies. A former daily newspaper reporter and Time-Life Books editor, she writes mostly about Pittsburgh. Her stories have appeared...