Every day, Canada’s best startups post the latest job opportunities on the BetaKit Job Board; from early stage to series A, FinTech to wearables, the BetaKit Job Board puts startups from all over the country into the spotlight.
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Kitchener and Waterloo
While the company says in its job post that Shopify is a “Ruby shop”, it encourages anyone to apply, as they value “passion, determination, and a love for solving complex problems,” more than mastering a language. Waterloo is home for engineers working on Shopify Plus, which supports the largest merchants on the Shopify Plus platform, so Shopify is looking for someone who can take ownership of projects, enjoys research, and can create simple solutions to complex problems.
At Bridgit, the iOS developer won’t be short of anything to do. Collaborating with other developers on changes to the API and contributing to open-source projects, the developer will be expected to design new methods of interaction to solve unique problems for users, interview new developers, and work with GitHub. Someone with a computer science or relevant degree, a few apps behind them, and being active in the local startup community would be the ideal candidate for Bridgit.
This position is big on collaboration; the product manager at Lightspeed will be expected to work with the entire product management team, including UX, visual design, and other product managers. Working in this team, the manager will be a key member of the agile development process, create and manage a detailed backlog of user stories, and continuously prioritize incoming market and customer requests. At least five years of successful product management experience in a SaaS environment and three years industry expertise in mobile, POS, retail, payments or related fields are just a couple of things the company is looking for.
The company has expressed that they’re building for scale and reliability. To ensure this, the senior platform engineer at Hubba should be proficient in Node, Express, and Mongo on AWS, and have the desire to express what they’ve learned from past mistakes and already have done big projects before. According to the company, assholes need not apply.
EventMobi has an exciting opportunity to work as a director of marketing at one of Canada’s fastest-growing tech companies. Applicants should have at least nine to twelve years of marketing experience, are experienced in SEO or SEM, and experience with A/B testing tools. You’ll get to manage and mentor the marketing team, monitor marketing costs and expenses, and identifying lead source opportunities.