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Since I’m spending the weekend in San Francisco, I thought it would only be fitting to feature a San Francisco based startup today (as if we haven’t already featured enough). I decided to cover one in my industry (job search and online recruiting), because I really like what they’re doing (and they’re probably the best source for San Francisco based startup jobs too). Their name is Job Alchemist, and they’re the creators of one of the few job boards that I actually think is worth using—Startuply. They’ve also developed a number of other niche job boards like HomeBy3 (flexible jobs for moms) and Reddit’s job board. Beyond that, they’re working on a project called JobSyndicate, which is an affiliate network for jobs. I’ve seen a lot of entrants to this industry in the past couple years, and Job Alchemist is one of only a handful that have impressed me. When a company creates a job board that I actually use, that’s saying something.

Turning Unemployment into Gold

Although alchemy (according to Wikipedia) is “both a philosophy and a practice with an aim of achieving ultimate wisdom as well as immortality,” it’s best known goal was “the transmutation of common metals into gold.” As a Y Combinator funded startup, Job Alchemist obviously has plans for turning something into gold. Whether they’re chasing ultimate wisdom and immortality is unclear. Here’s what they have to say about themselves:

A few guys working on online recruiting tools. Online recruiting is a giant ($10B), extremely lucrative market that is seriously f’d at the moment. We know our business, our market and our customers very well, and we’ve already built product that is pretty well-loved. We’re laid back but ambitious, and we absolutely love getting great software into people’s hands. The office is a sweet SoMa loft with a bunch of other startup folks.

If you like what you hear, you can check out Job Alchemist’s jobs on—you guessed it—Startuply. Right now the only non-internship that they have posted is for a Lead ASP.NET/C# Hacker. If you have the coding skills and are interested in the online recruiting industry, check them out.

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