Sears Building May House Tech Workers
Industry spillover from San Francisco and elsewhere is spreading into Oakland’s Downtown and Uptown neighborhoods.
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These companies have openings.Tech Jobs in Oakland
Looking to get the Bay Bridge out of your life? These Oakland tech firms are hiring:
What it does: Enables customers at bars, gyms, and other businesses (including Gap stores) to control the jukebox with a phone.
Office space: 4,000 square feet above the 12th Street Oakland City Center BART Station, shared with Raiz Labs.
Hiring: Android programmer, sales, customer success manager, marketing intern.
What it does: Makes it easier to securely log in to online sites and services.
Office space: 2,000 square feet in the building above 12th Street Oakland City Center BART Station.
Hiring: iOs engineer, web engineer, support engineer, designer, marketing lead, technical summer interns.
What it does: Uses 3D printers and other production technologies to create prototypes and finished products.
Office space: 4,450-square-foot production facility and 3,500-square-foot office space on Jefferson Street.
Hiring: account managers, customer support engineer, human resources specialist, IT helpdesk specialist, low-volume production/build project manager, marketing communications specialist, sales manager, silicone mold maker, facilities and operations intern, prototype technician intern, industrial design intern.
What it does: Makes smart pens that digitize handwritten notes.
Office space: 25,000 square feet near the airport.
Hiring: Android application architect, senior Android application developer, senior system administrator.
Sears Building May House Tech WorkersInside the former Sears building.
Schematic courtesy of Lane Partners. Photos by Lance Yamamoto