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Back in August HootSuite, the Vancouver-based social media management system, secured an additional $165 million in financing in a deal that that was cited as the largest ever seen in Canadian venture capital history for a software company.
Well, seems like they’re putting some of that money to good use, because HootSuite, Inc, has just announced details of a big hiring event, and 100 new vacancies must be filled.
Twitter has been celebrating an “exciting day” at their European headquarters in Dublin, Ireland. They’ve officially opened their new offices on Pearse Street in Dublin city centre where they employ 100 staff, and have promised to hire 100 more by this time next year.
In January, we shared a tweet from Twitter Principal Designer Josh Brewer calling for “a few good men & women” to join the design team.
Twitter’s design department continues to expand – but will do so without Brewer at its helm. After three years with the company, he’s taking off.
Twitter platform director Ryan Sarver has announced that he is leaving the company.
Interested in the position? (Twitter is already looking.) Sarver leaves big shoes to fill.
Yes, we’re bringing you news of yet another cool job posted at Twitter.
If you love nothing more than creating and watching Vines, that won’t qualify you for this job, but combine that enthusiasm with actual expertise and you might have a shot!
But please note, there’s one desired qualification that we’re guessing is pretty important: They want someone “hilarious.”
What would be better than working at Twitter?
How about working at Twitter and then being selected for a newly created position at The White House?
Here’s yet another reason to envy those Twitterati . . .
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