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Posted by Willy Franzen on August 28, 2012. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Sales Engineer||McLean, VA|
|ANALYTICAL CHEMIST||Schenectady, NY|
|Research Lab Analyst||South Bay, FL|
|Environmental Engineer||Soda Springs, ID|
|Senior Analytical Chemist Reg4||Athens, GA|
|Inorganic Analytical Chemist Sr-Chelmsford||Chelmsford, MA|
|Chemical Process Engineer||Soda Springs, ID|
|Research Scientist||Thousand Oaks, CA|
|Technical Writer||Portland, OR|
I have to admit that this year’s version of the Inc. 5000 has disappointed me so far. Maybe it’s because I’ve already covered many of the most interesting companies in the top 50 (Acquia, Red Frog Events, Nasty Gal, Leadnomics, Spongecell, and Gemvara), but a lot of the other businesses at the top of the list don’t even have Careers pages. That doesn’t mean that you can’t reach out to them if you find them interesting, but I’m not going to do a write up on them unless their stories are super compelling. After looking through the first 51 companies, I came across Elemental Technologies at #52. They’re a Portland, OR based company that has achieved 4,518% three-year growth by being “the leading supplier of video processing solutions for multiscreen delivery.” What does that mean? Elemental Technologies develops technology that enables media companies to deliver the same video content experience across a variety of devices.
Although we’re not quite there yet, we’re getting close to being able to consume content on any screen we want. Elemental Technologies is helping make this happen with clients like “the BBC, Comcast, Eurosport, HBO and ESPN.” There are no bigger names than those when you’re talking about video content. In addition to having an extremely impressive list of clients, Elemental Technologies also partners with names like Adobe, Amazon, Apple, Intel, Microsoft, and Nvidia to ensure that they can deliver content through any video platform they need to. Obviously most of what Elemental Technologies does is focused on the hardware and software sides, but their Careers page shows a diverse range of opportunities. The ones that are most suitable for new or recent grads include:
Elemental Technologies looks like a really cool place to work, so take a look at the job descriptions and see what fits for you.
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