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Get A Information Technology Jobs From #dctech Through HireKeep, Legends of Learning And TechCongress [VIDEO]

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HireKeep founder Paul Murskov believed there was a way to make recruiting, job hunting and hiring better for both companies and employees. HireKeep aims to make job hunting more painless for sales professionals.

Technical.ly DC reported, taking inspiration from the online dating concept, HireKeep matches potential employees to employers based on information that is beyond their resume such as employees' values and personality. Murskov said that HireKeep is a little bit like eHarmony for sales recruiting.

Murskov launched HireKeep in March 2015 from his apartment. Since then the company has grown, developed and changed tremendously. Now they are looking to hire a business administrator to support the HireKeep team and optimize various business processes.

Interested applicants that are big on process and passionate about making hiring better may send Murskov an email at paul@hirekeep.com.

Another company in #dctech is Legends of Learning, which is an edtech (education technology) company on a mission to make school better with the use of research driven curriculum-based video games. The company mainly works on science games and handles software development with React, Relay, GraphQL, Postgres, and AWS. They are looking for mid-level front end developer to help make it all happen.

Legends of Learning offer a competitive salary ranging from 90-120K and a bunch of equity. Interested applicants with background on Information Technology may visit the companies LinkedIn page.

TechCongress runs a fellowship which places tech talent in congressional to bridge tech and government together. The Government and tech organizaion, TechCongress is also looking to hire a program manager to build relationships and guide the fellowship forward. They need a collaborative problem-solver to join them in Washington, D.C.

The role is perfect for a non-technical tech enthusiast with an interest in making government run better. Interested applicants may visit the TechCongress site for more information at https://techcongress.forms.fm/techcongress-program-manager .

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