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14 Canadian startups hiring hundreds of jobs this May

Looking for a new career? Canada’s innovation community is loaded with opportunities.

As spring arrives in Canada (for real), so do new opportunities. And if your job search is heating up like the weather, check out these openings at Canadian startups — some of the fastest-growing and most socially-conscious companies in the country.

From climate tech to communications to A.I., there’s something exciting in every sector. Here are 14 startups hiring right now.



What it does: Toronto-based Loopio has created software that helps streamline businesses’ RFPs, DDQs and security questionnaires. Loopio also makes sales content accessible and helps with collaboration.

The perks: Loopio is a remote-first company offering tons of support to help with the realities of WFH, like monthly phone and internet allowances. Plus, the company provides hubs across Canada to make meet-ups simple. Toronto employees also have the option to work from home or in the office.

Current openings: There are currently 45 openings at Loopio, including Software Developer (Content Trust Team), Learning and Development Specialist, Software Developer (Content Discovery), Customer Success Manager (Enterprise), Senior Software Developer (Core Experience Team), Senior Product Designer (Response Management Team), Senior Cloud Engineer, and more.

Learn more and apply here.



What it does: Veriday helps its clients create positive digital experiences for their users through customer engagement and financial services technology.

The perks: Employees at Veriday can take advantage of the company’s hybrid work options —including working fully remotely.

Current openings: Java Developer, Full-stack Engineer, Liferay Portal Developer, Human Resources Manager, Product Lead/Business Analyst, Lead Generation Specialist.

Learn more and apply here.



What it does: Prodigy is an Ontario-based education technology company that has created an engaging, effective, adaptive and free game-based learning platform to help grade-school students practice their math skills.

The perks: Prodigy offers flexible work arrangements, unlimited sick days, and a WFH budget.

Current openings: There are currently 34 openings at Prodigy including Technical Product Manager, Game Design Director, Backend Developer III — API Gateway (Remote), Game Lead Producer — Math, 2D Animator, III — ELA, Sales and Account Manager, and more.

Learn more and apply here.


Kepler Communications

What it does: Kepler is a Toronto-based company that designs, builds, launches and operates a network of low-orbit satellites with the goal of bringing the internet to space. In 2021, Kepler raised U.S.$60 million to expand its network.

The perks: Kepler has been named one of Canada’s Great Places to Work. Employees are entitled to unlimited vacation, a full benefits plan, stock options, office snacks, flexible working hours and wellness initiatives.

Current openings: There are currently 23 openings at Kepler, including Supply Chain Intern, I.T. Specialist (New Grad), Head of Product Management, Accountant — Hybrid Role, Satellite Architecture Intern, Senior Program Manager, Optical Engineer (Remote U.S./Canada), and more.

Learn more and apply here.



What it does: Based in Montreal, Vention helps manufacturing companies automate their production floor. It does this through an online-first platform which enables clients to design, program and commission automated equipment from their web browser. The venture is currently used in more than 2,000 factories across five continents.

The perks: Vention employees get a flexible working schedule, comprehensive health plan, competitive compensation, monthly company-sponsored events, four weeks of vacation and complimentary drinks and snacks when working in-office.

Current openings: There are currently 52 openings at Vention, including Cloud Engineer, Senior Director of Revenue Operations, Director of Sales Enablement, Director of Recruiting, Full-time Warehouse Associate, Application Engineer, Software Team Lead, and more.

Learn more and apply here.



What it does: Boast.AI’s proprietary A.I.-driven software and in-house CPAs help companies in the U.S. and Canada automatically apply for research and development tax credits.

The perks: Boast.AI offers a remote first and flexible work culture, continuous learning opportunities, generous vacation time, access to the company’s community events and conferences, and annual company retreats in premiere destinations.

Current openings: Demand Generation Manager, Director of Business Development (U.S.; Remote), Director of Business Development (U.S.), Machine Learning Engineer, Senior Front-end Developer, Technical Solutions Manager, Technical Solutions Manager — U.S. R&D Tax (Remote).

Learn more and apply here.



What it does: This Quebec City-based startup uses A.I., biomarkers and biometrics to create a virtual copy of a person, which can be used for the early detection and prediction of diseases.

The perks: Employees at BioTwin are entitled to a generous stock option, four weeks of paid leave, health insurance — and they get to be one of the first humans to have a digital twin.

Current openings: Front-end Developer, DevOps Engineer, Full-stack Developer, Data Scientist.

Learn more and apply here.



What it does: Founded in 2014, this Waterloo-based software company helps construction companies manage projects, make decisions and save time. Bridgit secured $24 million in funding in October 2021 to grow the company.

The perks: Bridgit has a remote-first work environment and flexible hours to enable employees to work wherever works for them. Plus, the company offers stock options and unlimited vacation time.

Current openings: DevOps Engineer, Product Marketer, Events Coordinator, Product Designer, Senior Back-end Developer, Business Development Representative, Account Executive — Western Region, Account Executive — Eastern Region, Senior Full-stack Developer, Customer Success Manager.

Learn more and apply here.



What it does: Railz provides a single API to all the major account software providers, including QuickBooks and Xero. The business also enables on-demand access to financial transactions, analytics, insights and reports.

The perks: Named one of the best workplaces in Canada for startups in 2022, employees at Railz are fully remote, and can also enjoy office perks such as free meals and top-notch equipment.

Current openings: R Developer, Technical Account Manager, Director of Partnerships, Business Development Rep (BDR), Developer Advocate, Systems Engineer, Solutions Architect, Senior Full-stack Engineer, Senior Back-end Software Engineer, Q.A. Engineer.

Learn more and apply here.



What it does: HiMama is an all-in-one childcare app. The Toronto-based business helps childcare providers streamline operations and improve program quality.

The perks: Employees at HiMama are offered a hybrid/remote workplace, paid volunteer days, employee stock options, exciting career opportunities, a personal development budget and parental leave top up.

Current openings: Sales Development Representative, Business Development Representative, Account Executive, Customer Retention Specialist, People Operations Specialist (HRBP), Senior Manager — Content Marketing, Product Designer, Outbound Account Executive, Staff Software Engineer, Senior Software Engineer, Intermediate Software Engineer.

Learn more and apply here. 



What it does: This Toronto-based company is an online platform to compare mortgage rates, credit cards, deposits and insurance options offered by Canada’s major banks, neighbourhood credit unions and brokers.

The perks: Ratehub is one of Canada’s Top Small and Medium Enterprises to work for, and a 2022 Best Employer for Recent Graduates in Canada.

Current openings: There are currently 22 openings at Ratehub, including Personal Lines Sales Broker, Mortgage Agent — British Columbia, Data Engineer (Canada; Remote), Digital Marketing Strategist — Paid and SEO, and more.

Learn more and apply here.



What it does: Noibu is an Ottawa-based e-commerce software company that helps retailers increase their sales.

The perks: Noibu offers employees unlimited vacation, health and wellness benefits, work-from-home options, growth opportunities and a $1,000 WFH stipend.

Current openings: Director of Revenue Operations, Director of Finance, Mid-market Account Executive, JavaScript Engineer, DevOps Engineer, Business Development Representative (spring 2022), Enterprise Account Executive, Business Development Representative.

Learn more and apply here.



What it does: Lumeto’s product, Involve XR, is a learning and assessment platform for institutions that want to deploy data-driven, enterprise-grade, training and assessment in the healthcare and public-safety sectors.

The perks: Employees at Lumeto have a hybrid work structure and an office in Toronto’s west end that’s open for anyone.

Current openings: Product Specialist, I.T. Manager, TechOps — General Applications, Scrum Master — General Applications, Product — General Applications, Internships — General Applications, Game Development — General Applications, Full-stack Development — General Applications, Design — General Applications.

Learn more and apply here.


Metro Compactor Services

What it does: Metro Compactor Services helps its customers manage and maintain waste equipment using advanced IoT systems.

The perks: Metro Compactor Services provides competitive pay with group life and health benefits, educational assistance, employee discount programs and growth opportunities.

Current openings: There are currently 18 openings, including Sheet Metal Worker/Brake Press, Welder/Installer, Bookkeeper, Maintenance Technician (Electrical), Electrical Technician (Equipment), and more.

Learn more and apply here.

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