Startup jobs of the week: Array, KUBRA, Motion

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Jobs of the Week (September 13, 2019):


Loopio – Event Marketing Manager

The company is looking for a creative, enthusiastic, and highly-organized event marketing manager to lead their marketing events strategy and execution. In this role, you’ll have a unique opportunity to bring your passion for events to life and create remarkable brand experiences that will help to create a long-lasting impression of Loopio’s brand.

LMN – Full Stack Developer

You have been working in the area of software design and development, with a focus on SAAS web and/or mobile apps for at least 3 years. You’re well versed in Javascript and have experience developing using Angular. You are capable of working with the full stack from the Web UI to backend services written in C#. You have an eye for detail, and aren’t satisfied with apps that work – you want them to be enjoyed by users.

HiMama – VP of Sales

The company is currently looking for a Vice President of Sales to join their high-growth technology company based in downtown Toronto as they look to increase the scope of their social impact on families, early childhood educators, and the children they love and serve. Ideal candidates will enjoy leading high performance teams where team members challenge each other at all levels to be better and do better.

SHIFT – Growth Manager

You’ll be joining a small but expanding Growth team, reporting to and working closely with the Head of Growth. This will be a high-output role where you will be responsible for a breadth of things including providing detailed direction to a team of Growth Analysts as the company works toward refining the nuances of their growth campaigns, designing and running data-driven experiments to test our hypothesis around new and different ways of connecting with clients, and more.

iNTERFACEWARE – Senior QA Analyst

The company is adding a Senior Quality Assurance Analyst to their Client Solutions team. They need a creative thinker who wants to push the boundaries of QA; someone innately curious and deeply perceptive. This is not just a newly created opportunity but, a new approach to embedding the quality assurance function into our product feedback workflow including diving into the code to assist developers to investigate defect causes. It’s a chance to exercise your curiosity, apply your analytical mindset and build out a unique QA testing approach.

Statflo – Scrum Master

As ScrumMaster, you’ll be responsible for facilitating the product development process for multiple teams building the SaaS platform. You will be keeping the various stakeholders accountable to their roles in the Agile process: making sure that backlogs are maintained, groomed and prioritized and helping the team deliver on their commitments by removing impediments and tracking down clarifications. You will be communicating with multiple stakeholders both internal (product owners, developers, executives) and external (customers, partners), shepherding everyone towards iterative features being delivered and deployed in a predictable manner.

KUBRA – Product Manager

KUBRA HQ is looking for a few talented Product Managers to oversee all aspects of the company’s iMail, EZ-PAY or iDoxs product. This oversight includes using industry expertise to create plans for future development, coordinate ongoing development activities, support delivery team resources working to implement the product, collaborate with sales and marketing and work with executive management and other product managers to help realize the overall company vision.

Array – Director, Finance Planning and Analysis

As the company transforms and builds out their financial organization, they need a strategist and an executor who can take ownership for leading the day-to-day activities. This is an exciting opportunity for someone who has 1-2 years of investment banking and wants to transfer to a private company; someone who wants to be right-hand to the VP Finance, working closely with private equity members while planning, forecasting and budgeting.


Motion – Regional Manager

This is a team calling out for leadership, support, and guidance. You will assess the need for additional resources across all groups and manage the recruitment process from end-to-end. You will hold daily, weekly, and monthly meetings to ensure a high level of transparency and clear communication. You will collaborate with our experienced sales team to make sure Motion is the top mobility equipment provider in BC. You will offer insights, guidance, and motivation; supporting sales efforts, setting targets and empowering the team to exceed expectations. You will step in to build relationships within the community to support the region’s growth.

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