Burlington, VT (October 16, 2018) – Social Sentinel, the market leader in providing safety and security insights from social media and public data sources, is heading to the Vermont Tech Jam annual career fair on Friday, October 19. The company will set up camp – literally – in the Champlain Valley Expo with its unmistakable Social Sentinel Sprinter van surrounded by a team ready to share the company mission, shared experiences and new opportunities available to join the team.
Social Sentinel applies its expertise in linguistics, data science, public safety, and education to scan more than 1 billion public social media and public source posts daily to identify potential threats of harm or cries for help. When potential threats are identified, the posts are presented to clients as alerts, giving them an opportunity to assess and intervene if necessary.
Social Sentinel has been featured on NPR.org, Fox News, and in The New York Times because of its passion and success in helping to save lives and avert tragedies throughout the education and event industries. As a company, its employees are bonded through a unique dedication to protect schools, children and communities, and combat school-related violence by using technology and data science at the most sophisticated levels.
Social Sentinel is increasingly becoming a key part of the overall safety and security strategy among educational and event communities throughout the U.S. The company is experiencing triple-digit year-over-year revenue growth and has grown its employee base by 80 percent this year. And this week, it’s rolling up to the Tech Jam job fair to continue recruiting local, talented individuals that are ready to innovate, inspire and grow a company together.
For more information about available positions at Social Sentinel, please visit us here, and stop by our Sprinter site at Tech Jam on Friday.