The United States Department of Veterans Affairs has been helping veterans find employment for years. They provide job listing and educational services that are designed to make the transition a lot easier. With the Addition of the VetSuccess API, the VA is making job posting a lot easier for prospective employers.
As a Minnesota native, it’s nice to see one of my hometown companies like Target open up a position for an API Engineer. In addition to that position, we’ve got openings from Intuit, 3scale and Heroku.
The SOAP-based Field Nation API allows your app to do a range of activities possible on the site, from finding technicians to monitoring work in progress. Field Nation covers a wide range of areas of expertise, from health care to computers to helping individuals install home entertainment systems.
The Hireright API integrates Hireright’s background checking solutions into applications because hiring has in part become a game of speed: you need the automated tasks done fast with the information available inside your system for digitally flexible use.
After last week’s flurry of activity we’ve got some new management role openings this week from Facebook and Mashery.
Busy week! We’ve got nine job openings this week in a variety of roles. Also notable this time around is the platform positions at companies not typically known for their API work: Visa, Bloomberg and Getty Images. As more and more companies continue to build an API strategy we’ll continue to see even more of these types of openings.
Careeronestop, sponsored by the U. S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, provides an API to gain access to their broad range of tools for finding a job, or upgrading a career.
The XML-based Feinsearch API makes it possible for companies seeking to do multiple searches, sometimes in the thousands, to integrate that capability into their own programs via its proprietary EIN Batchmatch. The Feinsearch database has more than 16 million business and suppliers.