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:
Tiny Hearts believes that the iPhone’s keyboard is full of potential, and they’re looking for an iOS engineer to help them unlock it with their Next keyboard. The iOS engineer would work closely with the development team to lead algorithm and prototyping of efficient data structures. The Tiny Hearts team is looking for someone with a strong background in Objective-C, iOS backends, algorithms, and data structures.
theScore is looking a product manager to join a team working on building addictive fantasy sports games. With at least two years of experience in product management in consumer mobile and a passion for games, theScore is looking for someone to lead the ideation, technical development, and launch of innovative products and features, develop a deep understanding of their user base, and conduct quantitative analyses of data.
As a leading strategic financial advisor for Canada’s emerging tech leaders, SurePath is looking for an analyst to support this work — even without prior industry experience. Instead, SurePath is looking for someone with a demonstrated passion for startups and venture capital to evaluate or build financial models for clients and research trends in venture capital transactions. The applicant should at least have proficiency in SQL and great Excel modelling skills.
With digital marketing constantly evolving, SweetIQ is looking for a creative senior manager to lead company-wide digital marketing initiatives, design and execute gen campaigns, and help lower user acquisition costs. SweetIQ’s ideal candidate at least has experience with coding and a bachelor’s degree in business or marketing.