Truvision digital video software innovator Brad Pillow to change how workers find jobs with WorkHere.
Carmel-based WorkHere, a mobile job search app company has added Truevision cofounder and chief computer scientist Brad Pillow to its development team. WorkHere is a mobile app company revolutionizing the job market for hourly, skilled and entry level workers. WorkHere’s self-titled app lets job seekers quickly see where nearby jobs are and is the first social mobile app that builds a talent pipeline around specific employer locations, making it easy for employers to engage with prospective employees.
Pillow joins a development team led by internet job board co-inventor Rick Wehrle. Says Wehrle, “Brad will be helping us architect WorkHere to become the go-to mobile app for finding jobs. Brad is one of a very small number of people that have created software that has changed an entire industry.” Pillow joins WorkHere after co-founding Truevision, the Indianapolis-based company that created the hardware and software that enabled digital video to be edited on personal computers in the 1980s and 1990s.
Pillow has also served in various senior software development roles at Adobe Systems and has both a Masters Degree in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering from Purdue University. Brad has extensive knowledge and expertise in developing applications that incorporate extremely large scale data and mobile access.
According to WorkHere CEO Howard Bates, “Brad engaging and investing in WorkHere speaks to how ambitious and important the work we are doing at WorkHere is. It takes incredible vision and talent to create software products that truly change entire markets. We’ve now have four people on our team that have done exactly that.”
WorkHere is the mobile and web app that shows workers where local jobs are. For employers, WorkHere is the first social mobile app that builds a talent pipeline around each business location. WorkHere is free for workers and is available for Android, Apple and Web devices.