Startup jobs of the week: shomi, QuickTapSurvey, Jobber, Control, Axonify

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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:


 

Toronto

QuickTapSurvey is looking for a web designer

QuickTapSurvey is looking for a web designer to support marketing objectives across its content, events, advertising, branding, and landing page channels. The designer will be a “rising star with fresh eyes and an even fresher vision”, and should have a portfolio showcasing responsive web design, with a keen eye for photography, and demonstrate typography and layout skills. SEO understanding is considered a huge plus.

shomi is looking for a DevOps Engineer

shomi is looking for a DevOps engineer to join its team and ensure the daily success of its ecosystem. Key experience that the engineer should have includes configuration management automation expertise, cloud computing on Amazon (AWS), and experience managing multi-tier web services using technologies like IIS, Apache, Node.JS, Java applications, MySQL, and SQL Server. The applicant should have at least five years of systems administration experience.

Edmonton

Jobber is looking for a UX/UI Designer

The 40+ team at Jobber is looking for a UX/UI Designer to join its product team. The designer should have expert knowledge at HTML/CSS — although some added bonuses include experience with GitHub and proficiency in GitHub. As “egomaniacs” need not apply, being a team player and having at least three years of design experience are necessary.

Vancouver

Control is looking for an intermediate software engineer

Control is looking for a software engineer with experience scaling startups or technology in a rapid changing environment. The engineer will be responsible for mentoring other engineers and providing technical guidance, a bachelor’s degree or higher in computer science, and at least seven years of experience building enterprise level, distributed software applications.

Waterloo

Axonify is looking for an events marketing manager

Axonify is looking for a marketing manager to plan and manage their event strategy and bring the Axonify brand to life. The manager will be responsible for creating, coordinating, and executing event plans & logistics for each trade show it participates in, managing Axonify’s overall event budget, and conducting pre and post-show event briefings with team members. The manager will also manage Axonify’s annual community conference.