3 Canadian tech companies hiring right now: 1Password, HelpSeeker, Unbounce

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Every day, Canada’s tech startups post their latest and greatest job opportunities on Jobs.BetaKit, powered by Jobbio. From early-stage to Series B and beyond, Jobs.BetaKit helps startups from all over the country hire Canada’s top tech talent.

Here’s a look at three Canadian tech companies currently hiring.

1Password

Toronto, ON

1Password is a password manager developed by AgileBits Inc. It provides a place for users to store various passwords, software licenses, and other sensitive information in a virtual vault that is locked with a PBKDF2-guarded master password. According to AgileBits, Over 80,000 businesses and millions of people use 1Password to protect their most important information.

In 2019, the company raised a massive $265 million CAD round to “aggressively” invest in its product. If you’re a designer or a developer, you’ll be happy to know that 1Password is actively hiring for numerous tech-based roles right now. Head over to their careers page and check them out!

HelpSeeker

Calgary, AB

HelpSeeker’s mission is to scale systems change to resolve complex social issues. The HelpSeeker app enables social workers, first responders, nurses, doctors, teachers, clergy, counsellors, and volunteers enables to find local health and social services in seconds and instantly connect people in need with the right resources.

HelpSeeker is a certified B Corp, and last year received $600,000 from the Digital Technology Supercluster to develop an algorithm that predicts instances of homelessness, suicide, and domestic violence to aid Canada’s social response to COVID.

HelpSeeker is headquartered in Calgary, but their careers page is filled with remote positions allowing employees to work from anywhere in Canada.

Unbounce

Vancouver, BC

Founded in 2009 when landing pages were little more than a buzzword, Unbounce is now the world’s leading landing page platform. Unbounce’s drag-and-drop builder lets marketing teams create and publish their own landing pages, without needing a developer to code them.

In September of last year, Unbounce launched an initiative to help Canadian business leaders prioritize gender pay parity. The company also revealed plans to increase its staff of 200 by 50 percent over the next three years thanks to a fresh round of financing, so now is a great time to check out their careers page!