Whether you are a seasoned developer looking for a senior-level position or a newcomer to the tech industry looking to gather some valuable work experience, you are in luck: technology companies of all shapes and sizes are hiring a broad range of information technology professionals. Inside this article, we will look at some of the top organizations looking to hire for IT. So, dust off your resume, gather your portfolio, and check out these exciting opportunities.
As the nation slowly starts to open up, more and more companies are looking to expand their workforce. Some of the companies on our list are seeking remote employees, while others have on-site job opportunities. The companies listed here are some of the most recognized tech companies in the world and also some of the most employee-friendly.
TechnologyAdvice has one purpose: to educate, advise, and connect buyers and sellers of business technology. They achieve this goal by offering resources, including unbiased research, technology news, tutorials, and crowd-sourced product reviews – all with the goal to help buyers find the right software and tools to grow their business.
Located in Nashville, Tennessee, Technology Advice was recently named to the Inc. 5000 list of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies for four years straight. They have also been the recipient of the Nashville Business Journal Small Business Award, named the Market Mover in the Nashville Chamber’s NEXT Awards, and been honored as a Tennessee Top Workplace in both 2019 and 2020.
Current job openings in Technology Advice’s technical departments include:
- Data Analyst
- Senior DevOps Engineer
- Senior IT Administrator
- Senior System Administrator
- Mid-Level Software Engineer
- Senior Software Engineer
- Senior Software Engineer (Python)
- Software Engineer (Web Tech)
- Web Developer
In addition, the company is accepting general applications as well.
You can see more of TechnologyAdvice’s open positions on their career page.
Google is one of the largest technology companies in the world, offering a plethora of digital products that are too numerous to list but include digital advertising platforms, analytical and business tools, and, of course, the world’s largest search engine. Their mission statement (according to their About Us page) is to “organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.”
It is hard to deny that they have achieved their goal.
Google is well-known as a great place to work, with an interesting work environment and many perks for employees. Some of the more well-known benefits the company provides include gourmet food and snacks (for free), employees are allowed to bring pets to work, and free “massage credits” – part of a rewards-based system for “a job well done.” Fun perks aside, Google is also a great place to network and develop your career and skillset.
Current job openings in Google’s technical departments include:
- Software Engineer
- Software Engineer, Site Reliability
- Test Engineer
- Network Engineer
- Systems Integrator
- Data Center Technician
You can see more of Google’s open positions on their career page.
Salesforce is a provider of customer relationship management (CRM) tools, most notably Customer 360 – an “integrated CRM platform” that is the engine between their entire suite of relationship management apps. Other offerings from the company include data integration tool, Mulesoft, task automation app, Einstein AI, and analytics/data visualization software, Tableau.
Salesforce, like every company on this list, has some pretty great perks, including tuition reimbursement, 401k, 100% donation match (up to $2500), seven days of paid time per year to volunteer, a pet-friendly workplace, and six weeks of paid Family Leave to care for seriously ill family members.
Current job openings in Salesforce’s technical departments include:
- Senior/Lead Database DevOps Engineer
- Senior Software Engineer, Query Optimization
- Senior Manager, Software Engineering – Authentication
- Director, UX Engineering, Design Systems
- IT Application Architect
You can see more of Salesforce’s open positions on their career page.
Atlassian (Jira Software)
Atlassian provides project management (PM) software and software development management tools targeted to agile teams and tech companies that focus on the principles and philosophies of DevOps. If you have worked in a tech environment before, you have no doubt heard – or used – some of Atlassian’s PM tools, which include such heavyweights as Jira, Trello, Atlassian DevOps, and Confluence – to name but a few.
Perks of working at Atlassian include equity awards, a learning “budget,” remote working, and (like Salesforce) foundation leave, whereby employees get five paid days a year to volunteer for their favorite charity.
Current job openings in Atlassian’s technical departments include:
- Senior Full Stack Software Engineer
- Software Engineer – Quality (Remote)
- Backend Software Engineer
- Junior Software Engineer
- Java Software Engineer
- Junior Java Engineer
- Java Developer Internship
You can see more of Atlassian’s open positions on their career page.
Jet Brains creates developer tools such as integrated development environments (IDE), code editors, and learning tools for programmers. They are responsible for some of the top IDEs in the developer world, including well-known code editors like IntelliJ IDEA, PyCharm, and Rider. They also make software development management tools such as YouTrack and TeamCity. You may also know them from their involvement in the creation of the so-called “Java Killer,” Kotlin programming language.
Some perks of working at JetBrains include free meals, an office gym and massage room, flexible work schedules, relocation assistance, and five full weeks of paid vacation.
Current job openings in JetBrains’ technical departments include:
- Senior Software Developer
- Java Developer
- Software Engineer (JVM Runtime)
- QA Engineer
- UI/UX Designer
- QA Engineer
- Java/C Developer
- Frontend Kotlin Developer
- Senior C++ Developer
- .Net and Gaming Developer Advocate for Japan
- Senior DevOps Engineer
You can see more of JetBrains’ open positions on their career page.
VMWare is a cloud computing and virtualization company that provides app and cloud services, networking solutions, virtual workspaces, and security tools for businesses around the globe. The company was founded in 1998 and since then has been on the cutting edge of technology, having made strides in artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, blockchain, Kubernetes, and cloud security. They were the first company to virtualize the x86 architecture.
A few of the perks of working at VMWare include support for parents raising neurodiverse children with learning, behavioral, or developmental disabilities, employee stock plan, employee development programs (training, conferences, etc.), and generous time off.
Current job openings in VMWare’s technical departments include:
- Python Software Engineer
- Staff Engineer – Backend Developer
- Senior Software Platform Engineer
- DevOps Software Engineer
- Open Source Go
- Junior Full Stack Developer – Remote
You can see more of VMWare’s open positions on their career page.