Zersha Munir

Where can you find 23,667 job listing for the Pittsburgh region — all in one place? ImaginePittsburgh.com, that’s where! Each night our powerful job aggregator scrapes more than 900 corporate websites and job search engines for listings across the 10-county Pittsburgh region. So it’s no longer necessary to go to Monster, then Career Builder, then US Jobs and on and on. We bring it all to you in one convenient place.

Brand Manager at PPG Architectural Finishes

Customer Service Desk Clerk at Giant Eagle

Teacher Aide at The Children’s Institute

Sales Engineer at Teletracking Technologies

Inventory and Materials Analyst at Alcoa

Deeplocal is holding a recruiting event at Bayardstown next Thursday, July 31, from 6-9 p.m.

Bookmark our Work page to check back regularly for more career opportunities. You can also sign up for our monthly ImaginePittsburgh.com eNewsletter, or follow us by RSS feed, FacebookTwitter, LinkedIn or our other social media channels.

Zersha Munir

Are you a Pirates fan from afar? Do you enjoy entertainment and good food? Do you love—or think you’d love—Pittsburgh? If you answered yes to any or all of these, you should enter to win ImaginePittsburgh.com’s Baseball & the ‘Burgh Sweepstakes. If not, you should still enter—and give us a chance to change your mind.

The Baseball & the ‘Burgh Sweepstakes winner and guest will celebrate a Pittsburgh-packed weekend with the Pirates – the team of none other than legendary Puerto Rican player, Roberto Clemente.

Among other prizes, the winners will receive: roundtrip airfare, two nights’ accommodations at the Westin Convention Center Hotel, tickets to two Pirates games and a play based on the life of Roberto Clemente and meals at Pittsburgh’s trendiest eateries.

The only registration stipulation: the winner must live at least 75 miles from downtown Pittsburgh (yinz guys here already know how great it is).

The sweepstakes is targeting U.S. citizens relocating from Puerto Rico and Latinos—as well as other professionals living in various parts of the U.S.—to attract skilled talent into Pittsburgh’s booming workforce.  If you’re interested in advancing your career and building a life you’ll love, consider the clean, safe, affordable and welcoming area of Pittsburgh.

Imagine yourself in Pittsburgh and register for the sweepstakes here!

Zersha Munir

It’s the perfect time to explore some of the Pittsburgh region’s great recreational amenities. What better way to quickly cover as many of Pittsburgh’s wilderness trails as possible than by bike?  Our ImaginePittsburgh.com Neighbor Gary Stout can help you get out and on your way. Whether you’re buying, renting, or your wheels need some TLC as you make your way along the Great Allegheny Passage, the Stout family’s shop, Bikes Unlimited in Connellsville, Fayette County is worth a stop. Just 23 miles from Ohiopyle, Bikes Unlimited is part of the revival of trail towns in southwestern Pennsylvania. 

And of course, Gary is one of our ImaginePittsburgh.com Neighbors, individuals who help to extend the welcome beyond hello to newcomers, boomerangers and native Pittsburghers alike. You can check out his profile here; take the “Find Yourself in Pittsburgh!” quiz to see which Neighbors share your interests or careers; and then ping them via their LinkedIn profiles (linked on their ImaginePittsburgh.com profile page).

And if it’s a career change you’re contemplating, be sure to check out our powerful job search engine. It combs more than 900 websites and job boards (including Monster, Career Builder and Craigslist) nightly to let you access the more than 20,000 jobs available now.

Zersha Munir

On a July Sunday thousands of Pittsburghers biked, walked and danced through downtown streets as part of OpenStreetsPGH, which roped off the area between Market Square and the Roberto Clemente Bridge for pedestrian use only.

Part of the 100-city-wide Ciclovia movement, OpenStreetsPGH transformed streets into temporary auto-free zones venues where community members can socialize through walking, bicycling, dancing and playing.

The goal of the free event was to form relationships among community members while allowing residents to see the area in a new way. “Unlike other events and festivals, OpenStreetsPGH is not about entertainment, it’s about being active,” says Bike Pittsburgh Communications Manager Ngani Ndimbie. “Rather than providing performances, we’re providing a space. This event was made by communities. We’ll have achieved our goals when people come out in the streets and meet their neighbors.”

Bike Pittsburgh was one of many partners endorsing this event, alongside The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership, cityLAB, Pittsburgh Inline Skate Club, Let’s Move Pittsburgh, Allegheny County and the City of Pittsburgh.

Though this was the first OpenStreets event in Pittsburgh, Ndimbie says, “OpenStreets 2014 is a snapshot of what is to come in 2015.” The group plans to expand, forming advanced partnerships with community groups Neighbors In the Strip and Lawrenceville United.

Learn more about the event here.


Zersha Munir

ImaginePittsburgh.com pulls from more than 900 corporate websites and job search engines to bring you the 22,480 open job listings across the 10-county Pittsburgh region. It’s no longer necessary to go to Monster, then Career Builder, then US Jobs and on and on– we bring it all to you in one convenient place.

Compensation Specialist at Elliott Group

Intermediate Database Administrator (Oracle) at Federated Investors

Director of Strategic Programs at Industrial Scientific Corporation 

Associate Director of Artistic Recruitment at Point Park University

Director of Business Operations and Performance Management at the Sarah Heinz House

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Lou Corsaro

Shane Set-R“The Chair,” a documentary series executive produced by Point Park University, will air its first episode Sept. 6 on the STARZ channel.

The 10-episode series, filmed in Pittsburgh, follows two up-and-coming directors, Shane Dawson and Anna Martemucci, as they compete to make two separate feature films from the same script. “The Chair” will document the creation, marketing and theatrical release of both adaptations, which will also air on STARZ. Both directors have the same budget and, through multiplatform voting, the audience will determine which director will be awarded $250,000.

More than 100 Point Park students and alumni from a variety of majors supported the TV series and two feature films as interns, employees, and through class projects.  Additionally, production offices were located on Point Park University’s campus in downtown Pittsburgh.

“Point Park University is proud to act as an economic driver and incubator for original works of entertainment that can help boost the local economy, while also giving students and alumni an outlet for developing the kind of experience they need to thrive in the real world,” said University President Paul Hennigan.

“The Chair” was created by producer Chris Moore, who partnered with Ben Affleck and Matt Damon on HBO’s “Project Greenlight.” For “The Chair,” he partnered with Green Tree native Zachary Quinto and his production company, Before The Door Pictures.

“Working in Pittsburgh with the support of Point Park University was an invaluable component in creating this show and these two films,” said Josh Shader, who produced the two films.

“The Chair” chronicles Los Angeles filmmakers Shane Dawson and Anna Martemucci as they make their feature films, also shot in Pittsburgh, from a script by Dan Schoffer. The film is a coming-of-age comedy about a group of former high school classmates who return home from college for Thanksgiving.

View the trailer for Martemucci’s “Hollidaysburg,” the trailer for Shane Dawson’s “Not Cool,” and watch a preview of “The Chair.”