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.
Here are the latest job postings:
Athletigen, a genetics testing company for athletes, is looking for a DevOps engineer to build elastic scalable servers, distributed data, distributed processing, and web farms. While Athletigen is not looking for someone with any specific degree or experience, the ideal candidate has a working knowledge of a programming language (preferably Python), a strong knowledge of VPNs and DNS servers, and working knowledge of Linux Shell Scripting.
To support its rapidly expanding customer base, Bridgit is looking for a project specialist. The specialist will be responsible for developing and enhancing analytics reports using customer data, monitoring customer support emails and chat rooms, and providing overall administrative support to the customer experience team.
Askuity, which recently raised a $2 million series A, is looking for an energetic content marketing specialist to contribute to email outreach, content marketing, and digital advertising. The specialist should have at least one year of professional experience (though recent grads are welcome to apply), and a proven ability to manage multiple projects.
OneEleven is looking for an events coordinator who is passionate about entrepreneurship and wants to have an impact on the Canadian tech community. The events coordinator will work with the community manager to develop meaningful programming and events to add value to startup founders and their teams, identify revenue-generating opportunities for the space, and assist with brand management and PR for OneEleven and its initiatives.
OMSignal is looking for an engineer to help it design and implement its Mrun Web/Mobile product based on bleeding edge technologies (D3.js, Redux, ReactJS, NodeJS, Asynchronous/Non-Blocking Programming, Docker). The company needs a candidate that can show empathy to their users, is sensitive to UI design, and can own the full development life cycle. While in-depth knowledge of the technologies OMSignal uses is not required, but the engineer should have foundations in algorithmics, design and architectural Patterns.