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15 Canadian companies hiring in September

Start-ups hiring this month are working in a wide range of sectors including fintech, healthcare, e-commerce and more. If you’re looking for a new role this fall, start here.


What it does: Acto builds AI-powered digital tools to engage and educate workers such as sales reps and clinical researchers in the life sciences. In July, it secured $18 million in financing to accelerate growth.

The perks: Generous vacation policy, health benefits, a budget for work-from-home set-up and support for professional growth.

Current openings: Business Development Consultant, Solutions Consultant, Senior Product Manager.

Learn more and apply here.



What it does: Toronto-based Alexsei helps legal teams conduct research with an AI-powered platform.

The perks: Fully virtual working environment, mentorship opportunities and flexible work hours.

Current openings: Texas-Licensed Research Attorney (independent contractor), D.C.-Licensed Research Attorney (independent contractor), Delaware-Licensed Research Attorney (independent contractor), Connecticut-Licensed Research Attorney (independent contractor), Maryland-Licensed Research Attorney (independent contractor), California-Licensed Research Attorney (independent contractor), California-Licensed Research Attorney (part- or full-time; remote); Senior Cloud Engineer (infrastructure).

Learn more and apply here.


Aterlo Networks

What it does: Waterloo-based Aterlo creates networking solutions for internet service providers, network managers and streaming video users. Preseem, its main product, helps internet service providers better understand and improve their subscribers’ experience.

The perks: Flexibility, remote-first environment, competitive salary, health benefits and unlimited vacation.

Current openings: Controller, Director of Finance and Operations, Technical Support Engineer II.

Learn more and apply here.



What it does: Based in Toronto, Citylitics delivers predictive intelligence on local utility and public infrastructure markets so that the money for infrastructure is put towards the best social, economic and environmental outcomes. In March, the company raised US$5 million in Series A funding.

The perks: Comprehensive health and dental benefits with an emphasis on mental health, annual learning and development budgets, flexible hours, option to work anywhere, competitive salary and equity options.

Current openings: Ten openings, including Senior Customer Success Manager, Director of Data Operations, Sales and Marketing Coordinator, Senior Technical Product Manager.

Learn more and apply here.



What it does: Ecobee is makes smart wi-fi thermostats and home monitoring devices that help millions of customers save money, energy and seamlessly automate their homes.

The perks: Health and lifestyle spending account, learning and development budget, flexible hours, work from home, volunteer days, and a 25-day paid sabbatical after five years’ employment.

Current openings: Senior Product Analyst, Senior Product Manager (Mobile), Senior Product Manager (Identity and Auth), Design Manager (Product Design), Engineering Manager (Home Monitoring Growth), Engineering Manager (API & Integrations).

Learn more and apply here.


Flexiti Financial

What it does: Flexiti provides a point-of-sale financing platform designed for retail lending. The company’s platform includes instant financing, quick credit approval, longer payment terms and revolving credit, which enables retailers to increase their bottom line.

The perks: Comprehensive benefits plan, fun activities like yoga and potlucks, flexible work-from-home culture.

Current openings: Flexit is recruiting for positions in Toronto and Rosario, Argentina, including Data Solutions Analyst, Mulesoft Team Lead, Mulesoft Application Architect, Identity Access Management Analyst, Application Security Engineer and IT Coordinator.

Learn more and apply here.


Future Fertility

What it does: Future Fertility is a Toronto-based company that develops AI-based solutions for assisted reproduction.

The perks: Work at the cutting-edge of reproductive medicine.

Current openings: Client Success Manager, Product Manager, Machine Learning Engineer, Senior Data Scientist.

Learn more and apply here.


Joyride Technologies 

What it does: Joyride is a global scooter and bike-share platform with partners in 60 cities around the world. Their operating system allows clients to build a profitable and sustainable micromobility business within hours.

The perks: Hybrid working.

Current openings: Product Manager (Rider Experiences), Product Manager (Integrations).

Learn more and apply here.



What it does: MindBridge is a fintech company based in Ottawa. Through machine learning and AI tech, its platform detects anomalous patterns of activities, unintentional errors and intentional financial misstatements to help industries minimize losses.

The perks: Robust benefits package and inspiring and welcoming workplace.

Current openings: Senior Information Security Specialist (Remote EST)

Learn more and apply here.



What it does: Newtopia delivers highly personalized and targeted disease-prevention solutions to reduce employer healthcare costs.

The perks: Flexible schedule and remote workplace.

Current openings: Six openings for Inspirators (Health Coaches) in Halifax, Saskatoon, Vancouver, Winnipeg, Calgary and Toronto (part time, remote work).

Learn more and apply here.



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

The perks: Unlimited vacation, health and wellness benefits, work-from-home options, $1,000 work-from-home stipend, and growth opportunities.

Current openings: Mid-Market Account Executive (SaaS), Business Development Representative

Learn more and apply here. 


Open Ocean Robotics

Who they are: Open Ocean Robotics produces renewable-powered unmanned boats that are equipped with sensors and cameras to collect data about the oceans.

The perks: Stock options and health, drug and dental benefits.

Current openings: Finance Manager, Electronics Manufacturing Technologist.

Learn more and apply here. 


Petal Health

Who they are: Based in Quebec City, Petal Health develops online management, communication and planning tools for physicians.

The perks: $1,000 bonus for a remote work set-up, four to six weeks of vacation per year, annual wellness allowance and flexible work hours.

Current openings: There are currently 17 openings based in Montreal or Quebec City, including Tech Lead (développement logiciel, front-end), Directeur/Directrice du développement logiciel, Chef de produit sécurité informatique, Développeur/Développeuse backend sénior.

Learn more and apply here.



What it does: Founded in 2016 and based in Kitchener, ProNavigator’s platform was built for insurance businesses to help them improve access to information and automate workflows to give insurance agents back hours of their time.

The perks: Remote working, flexible schedules and competitive vacation and benefits package.

Current openings: U.S. Enterprise Account Executive (Remote)

Learn more and apply here.


Vive Crop Protection 

What it does: Mississauga-based Vive creates crop protection products spread using its targeted Allosperse Delivery System that improves the targeting and performance of pesticides. This helps farmers do more with less, increasing crop quality and yields.

The perks: Remote working.

Current openings: Currently 15 openings, including Senior Regulatory Manager, Accountant and Product Engineer.

Learn more and apply here.

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