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.
The best part about the BetaKit Job Board is that anyone can contribute. It’s pay-what-you-can to post, and all donations go to the Betakit.Fund, which will be invested into events and initiatives that grow Canada’s startup community.
Aquamobile is looking for a marketing manager
Aquamobile, which calls itself the “Uber” of at-home swimming lessons, is looking for a marketing manager. Equipped with a bachelor’s degree in in marketing, advertising, math, or commerce, and at least two years of expertise in customer acquisition digital marketing experience, the manager will be responsible for task like managing a number of new and ongoing marketing projects and managing creative, ad, and landing page testing to drive improved campaign results. Strong planning and project management skills are a must.
Shopify is looking for a content marketer
Shopify is looking for a content marketer to create compelling content that helps merchants build, launch, and grow successful businesses on Shopify. The ideal content marketer will have a passion for digital marketing and entrepreneurship, a strong grasp of content marketing fundamentals, and a solid understanding of SEO and how to create content that ranks well in search engines. Experience publishing on industry blogs is considered an asset.
Idea Couture is looking for a senior UI/UX designer
Idea Couture is looking for a creative UI/UX designer that inherently understands the nuances of customer needs and behaviour. With at least two years of interactive experience or natural focus on current interactive workflows, the designer will be responsible for UX and visual design for large-scale digital products and online experiences. The designer will also prototype interactions in collaboration with developers.
Hubba is looking for a senior platform engineer
Hubba’s platform runs in Node, Express, and Mongo on AWS, and currently, the company is looking for an engineer to help it move from a monolithic service with a single front-end (angular) consumer to a set of microservices that back an API with multiple consumers. While Hubba isn’t asking for specific experience, the applicant should be able to show that they’ve worked on big projects and learned from their “screw-ups”.
Sortable is looking for a software engineer
Sortable is looking for generalist programmers “who like to take charge of large feature areas and drive them to completion.” Sortable is looking for a software engineer to work on its main two aspects of its business: Sortable Ads and Sortable Products. Sortable works with databases Postgres, Redis, and ElasticSearch, and backend like Clojure, Scala, the Lift web framework, and Python,