A July 2023 report from CBRE Group named Vancouver one of the most attractive hubs for tech talent in North America. Just recently, the Business Development Bank of Canada opened a new collaborative work and event space in the city to businesses.
Despite its allure, Vancouver has not been immune to the wider economic slowdown. Still, many Vancouver-based tech companies continue to hire.
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Identity verification company Trulioo is hiring a product manager to build and drive the company’s business verification solutions. This job involves getting to know Trulioo’s product inside out, teaming up with senior product managers, and engaging in creative problem-solving while managing parts of Trulioo’s roadmap.
Those interested in applying should have two to three years of business analysis or product management experience in related industries, such as financial services, FinTech, RegTech, and payments, and should have strong communication, problem-solving, and research skills. This is a full-time hybrid position out of Trulioo’s Vancouver office.
Trulioo is hiring for two positions on its job board, which can be found here.
Vancouver-based action gaming studio Piranha Games is hiring a senior-level designer to organize and manage the level design process and production pipeline of its video games. The role will require designing and owning individual levels from concept to completion, which will require collaborating with level designers, art directors, technical artists, and project managers.
Candidates should have at least seven years of experience in the video game industry, with at least two AAA credited titles on console or PC, as well as extensive knowledge of pipelines, pacing of missions, sightlines and visual blockers for tuning gameplay and performance.
The role is hiring remotely in Canada, and the salary ranges from $95,000 to $110,000 CAD.
Browse more available roles on Piranha Games’ job board.
Vancouver-based Global Relay, which offers enterprise information archiving to highly regulated firms, is seeking a Software Asset Management (SAM) Coordinator to track, manage, audit, and report on Global Relay’s software assets.
The ideal candidate will be responsible for developing and implementing SAM policies, procedures, and processes. This role involves identifying software risks, documenting and managing the lifecycle of software licenses, and collaborating with Global Relay’s procurement, finance, and legal teams to ensure that SAM data supports business decisions effectively.
Global Relay is looking for candidates with three to five years of experience in a similar role, practical experience with the deployment and maintenance of an SAM tool, and a track record of creating license positions in large, complex infrastructures.
The role is one of many that Global Relay is hiring currently. More can be found on the company’s job board.
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