While news of layoffs has become the norm in the current tech downturn, BetaKit Jobs is filled with tech companies hiring across Canada. Here are three companies offering flexible work options right now.
Ada is an AI-powered platform that streamlines brand interactions between businesses and their customers and staff, resulting in cost savings and increased revenue. Founded in 2016, the company has first-hand expertise with customer service issues, and works with companies such as Zoom, Facebook, and Shopify. In May 2021, the firm received $130 million in Series C funding from Spark Capital, making it a Canadian unicorn.
As VP of Product Marketing at Ada, the ideal candidate will be launching new products, helping enable a global sales force, and ideating key campaigns. Reporting to the CMO, the VP of Product Marketing will work closely with our Product Management team to help drive the launch and go-to-market strategy for new features and products. Ada offers a competitive salary, generous stock option plan, unlimited vacation, and a fully remote WFH budget.
Explore all the opportunities to work with Ada here.
With over 2000 roles available, Scotiabank has an opportunity for various fields and levels of expertise. The bank provides a broad range of advice, products and services, including personal and commercial banking, wealth management and private banking, corporate and investment banking, and capital markets.
The Senior Specialist Payments & Cash Management of Commercial Banking will be responsible for deepening client relationships and leveraging broader Bank relationships, systems and knowledge using your customer-focused approach. Additionally, the ideal candidate will manage Commercial or Automotive portfolios, in partnership with Client Relationship Managers, with the goal of growing revenue, deposits, primary client acquisition, and partner referrals.
View all of Scotiabank’s open roles here.
Established in 1966, LifeWorks is a human resources services and technology company headquartered in Toronto. In June, Telus announced it acquired the digital-health firm for $2.3 billion.
As the Product Manager, the successful candidate will be the subject matter expert ensuring the design and flow of Lifeworks’ new mental health-focused product have the clinical resources and framework to be successful.
This position is fully remote, but the successful hire can choose to work out of one of the hubs in Toronto, Markham, Montréal, or Atlanta. LifeWorks’ goal is to impact one billion lives and this role provides the opportunity to craft and shape a new mental health product. As the company continues to scale, the career path offers a promotion to executive-level technical or people leadership.
Learn more about LifeWorks here.