Tech companies still looking for remote workers across Canada

Thinkific team group photo on a mountain
Info-Tech, Thinkific, Autodesk are all currently hiring.

Three years after COVID-19 dramatically altered the modern workplace, many companies continue to see value in a remote workforce. A recent study by Stanford University shows remote workers were 9 percent more productive than office-based workers in 2022.

Companies across the country are looking to fill their ranks with some talented and remote workers going into 2023. Below is a list of positions that are hiring today, with more opportunities to be found at Jobs.BetaKit.

Info-Tech Research Group

Info-Tech Research Group provides unbiased and relevant IT research for IT leaders to implement technology projects and improve processes and governance. Founded in 1997 out of London, Ontario, it is one of the world’s fastest-growing IT research and advisory companies, serving over 30,000 IT professionals.

There are a number of remote positions available at the company right now including B2B business development, director, business analysis, and senior information technology security specialist.

The full list of all open positions at Info-Tech Research Group can be found here.


Thinkific is a SaaS-based platform that allows educators to create and sell online courses, build a community around their subject and monetize their courses. Founded in 2012, Thinkific has raised $25 million in funding to date and has a total of 33,300 paying customers across over 170 countries.

Thinkific is looking for a senior mobile engineer as well as a financial planning and analysis manager. Both positions are hiring in a remote capacity.

All of Thinkific’s positions are listed here.


Autodesk is a design platform to design and imagine projects for engineering, architecture, manufacturing, entertainment, and more. Autodesk came out of California in 1982 and went public by 1985. The company currently supports over 100 million users with over 9,000 employees.

If fully remote work isn’t your style, Autodesk is looking to fill a number of hybrid work roles including a senior user experience designer as well as a manager in user experience design.

Autodesk has many positions open right now and they can all be found here.

Feature image courtesy Thinkific.

Michael Edgar

Michael Edgar

Michael is a multimedia journalist working out of the U.K. and a staff writer for BetaKit.

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