Nov 25, 2022
Even as the calendar year slows to a halt, December can still be a time of great activity.
Whether you’re reminiscing about wins you’ve had in a productive year gone by, or you’re reviewing ways to make 2023 your year – make sure to make the rest of 2022 count.
Get a head start on taking your career to the next level new year. Continue below to learn about growing companies in Ottawa that are looking for skilled tech talent.
This Ottawa-based powerhouse has teams focused on custom software development and Backend-as-a-Service working to create custom web and mobile apps and loT solutions. Since its founding in 1995, Bitheads has delivered over 500 projects to fortune 1000 companies around the world.
The employees at Bitheads enjoy a laidback environment, fun community events, and constant opportunities for career development.
Senior Developers, Intermediate Developers, Quality Control, + more jobs.
The Canadian Bank Note Company works with government clients to design, develop launch and support customized solutions across areas such as identification, border security, lottery operations, currency and more.
Employees of the Canadian Bank Note Company work with clients around the world as they enjoy a range of training and development programs, as well as a comprehensive benefits package including pension, health and dental benefits, in-house athletic facilities, free parking and more.
Intouch Insight specializes in providing clients with solutions that help them understand what really matters to their customers across a variety of industries from restaurants and convenience stores to hospitality and retail. Intouch Insight’s integrated solutions and services from mystery shopping to its SaaS CX Platform provide its clients with actionable insights they can put into action to provide exceptional experiences to their clients and improve their operational efficiency.
Employees at Intouch Insight work in a collaborative, open environment that offers many opportunities to grow and develop their skills, including frequent lunch and learns. They’ll also get a flexible healthcare spending account, and will also enjoy team outings and celebrations along with company retreats in incredible destinations.
Interested in working on cutting-edge technology? Mavenir offers the software industry’s only end-to-end, cloud-native network, and has over 5000 global employees working with over 250 Communications Service Providers (CSP) in over 120 countries serving more than 50% of the world’s subscribers.
Not only will you be able to elevate your career by joining the team at Mavenir, but you’ll also enjoy competitive compensation packages, health and wellness benefits, ample employee assistance and access toMavenir University, its internal training platform offering access to over 13,000 expert-led courses.
The Ottawa-grown video production stars at Ross Video are responsible for the industry’s largest range of smart production solutions. The organization works with popular brands like ABC, ESPN, Gap and Capital One. Recently this year, Ross Video acquired broadcast cable camera solution provider Spidercam, shortly after launching their Ultrix FR12 Router, and the company is showing no signs of slowing down soon.
Ross Video provides its employees with generous paid time off, a competitive salary, medical, dental and vision plans and much more including a fitness and wellness allowance as well as education assistance and development support.
Solace manufactures and provides message-oriented middleware that ensures the smooth, quick and secure transfer of data as it moves between mobile devices, software applications, and data centres in a series of events.
Solace’s event streaming and management PubSub+ Platform helps its clients adopt, manage and leverage streamed events – all in a reliable, safe and efficient manner.
Solace ensures its employees gain competitive wages, health and dental benefits, and generous paid time off. The company culture also celebrates weekly TGIFs and monthly parties, and also join together for community service and team building events.
As one of the largest global satellite operators, Telesat leverages over 50 years of experience as a communications leader to deliver satellite-delivered communications solutions and consulting services that improve connectivity to businesses and communities around the world. Its Telesat Lightspeed Low Earth Orbit satellite network is set to begin service in 2025, providing high-speed, fibre-like internet to its customers around the world.
Employees with Telesat earn highly competitive salaries with performance-based compensation and annual bonuses, as well as retirement and pension plans with contribution-matching benefits. They also enjoy comprehensive medical, dental, vision, disability and family life insurance benefits, as well as parental and family leave benefits, and are offered flex days, discount programs as well as social outings and team-building events.
Trexity provides on-demand package and food delivery services and is currently operating in several Canadian regions including Ottawa-Gatineau, Calgary, Toronto and Winnipeg to provide over 750 merchants with same-day delivery solutions through a network of over 15,000 drivers.
Founded in 2019 by ex-Shopify executive Alok Ahuja and his business partners Mathieu Bouchard and Darren Schnare, Trexity is now set to grow and expand into Montreal and Vancouver. They recently announced $1-million in fresh funding from AQC Capital and Anges Québec on the heels of finalizing a $5-million seed round in May.
Trexity employees enjoy full health benefits from day one, as well as three weeks vacation, and an employee share option plan.
Welbi sets out to improve the care older adults receive through senior living communities. Through its platform, Welbi gives retirement, assisted living and long-term care communities the tools they need to improve their resident experience, with a focus on providing personalized care and support. Along with automating hundreds of hours of administrative tasks, the Welbi platform helps recreational care teams to understand and provide for their residents, improving occupancy rates and quality of life for residents.
Employees have flexible work options with Welbi and have the opportunity to do fulfilling work helping to improve the quality of life for older adults in the community. They also receive a competitive salary, three weeks of vacation, health, vision and dental coverage from day one, and professional development opportunities. They’ll also enjoy semi-annual retreats and monthly team socials and lunches.
As the world’s first Member Data Platform, Wicket sets out to change the way associations manage and engage their members. Wicket’s alternative to the traditional Association Management System aims to empower non-profits, associations, sports teams, unions and other organizations to easily and effectively manage their data.
As a remote-first company, team members are offered remote work options, as well as dental, vision, paramedical, prescriptions and out-of-country care health benefits extending to mental health, employee family assistance, virtual health care services and Best Doctors. The progressive work environment centres around providing opportunities for feedback, and team building, and encourages skills and career development and recognition, providing an annual budget to spend on books and learning. Wicket also provides an annual wellness stipend that can be applied to gym memberships, fitness equipment, sports fees and more.
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