Toronto is home to many incredible tech companies across sectors. However, one sector is seeing a massive boom following COVID-19: Healthtech. Here are just three of the many Healthtech companies actively hiring in Toronto.
MedStack is on a mission to transform the process of healthcare privacy compliance. The company is an award-winning startup backed by prominent VCs and a successful graduate of 500 Startups, the Creative Destruction Lab, and the DMZ Sales Accelerator. MedStack has also been named a TechCrunch Top Pick, one of Canada’s Top 20 early-stage technology companies by CIX, and one of the Top 50 digital health disruptors in Canada by PwC and CB Insights.
MedStack is looking to fill a few different roles on its team, including Senior Backend Developer. Ideal candidates like tackling new challenges, and building solutions that are resilient and scalable. Despite being a Toronto-based business, this is a remote position and the company welcomes applicants from across all of Canada.
SeamlessMD is a diverse team of healthcare providers, technologists, and industry professionals pioneering a new category of Digital Patient Engagement. It has been named a Global Top 100 Company in Digital Health and an OMERS Top 100 Canadian Health Tech Company. Most healthcare is still delivered through paper and verbal instructions, making it hard to monitor patients and their progress quickly. Seamless MD is filling that gap, which has been even more important during the COVID-19 pandemic.
With several roles open, including Head of Marketing, SeamlessMD might just be your next step into this exciting field. The company’s ideal Head of Marketing candidate will be a proven, healthtech marketing leader, comfortable with setting the company’s marketing direction, and taking ownership of the company’s end-to-end marketing programs including demand generation, brand awareness, product marketing, and sales enablement. This role reports directly to the CEO, and requires executing individual goals, as well as managing the marketing team.
Verto Health is made up of passionate health leaders, informaticians, and technologists working to revolutionize healthcare. The company aims to help Canadians manage and access healthcare services, automate care paths, and improve patient outcomes and experiences. Their vaccine booking system is being used to book and manage over 20 percent of COVID-19 vaccinations across Ontario.
As it continues to grow, Verto needs a Quality Engineering Developer on hand to focus on automation and regression testing. Reporting to the Chief Information Security Officer, this role is critical in ensuring exceptional quality and availability of the interoperable solutions that are being developed. The ideal candidate is a new Computer Science graduate or someone looking for a career change and comfortable with a range of open-source tools like Python, Ansible, or Selenium.