Looking to restart your career in engineering and technology? Path Forward’s employer partners are offering paid return to work opportunities in tech. These companies appreciate the skills you offer, the perspective you provide, and the contributions you can make. The current job opportunities are listed below and are open to those with at least five years of professional experience and who have been out of the paid workforce for two or more years for caregiving purposes.

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Remote, US
Software Development Engineer in Test
Sales Engineer


Various locations in Anaheim, CA | Glendale, CA | Santa Monica, CA, San Francisco, CA | Seattle, WA | New York, NY I Morrisville, NC

Data Engineer 
Data Scientist
Delivery Manager 
Technical Program Manager
Android Software Engineer
C/C++ Software Engineer
Javascript Software Engineer, Web Marketing
Java/Python Software Engineer
Product Designer, Artwork Ops
Digital Marketing Manager, Landing Page
Product Manager, Internal Beta Testing Program


Remote

Software Engineer (multiple openings)

Quality Assurance Engineer (multiple openings)

Hardware Program Manager


Remote | Santa Clara, CA | San Francisco, CA | Nashua, NH | Austin, TX
Packet Forwarding Engines & Senior Software Engineer
Routing Protocols Software Engineer
Engineering Productivity Software Engineer
Backend Software Engineer (CloudVision)


 

Austin, Chicago, or Seattle
Software Engineer II/III
Technical Program Manager II/III
Design Program Manager III


Fremont, CA or Tualatin, OR
Mechanical Engineer
Electrical Engineer


Carlsbad, CA
Animator 
Producer

Troy, NY or Remote
Assistant Producer
Software Engineer


Palo Alto, CA
Multiple positions for each role available!
Hardware Engineer
Software Engineer
Hardware/Software Co-Design Engineer


 

Seattle, WA
Software Engineer



Menlo Park, CA or Bellevue, WA
Production Engineer 


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