With many offices returning to hybrid work more than two years since the start of the COVID-19 Pandemic rather than all-office, full-time remote work has become thoroughly normalized. The unexpected experiment showed remote work en masse can be done.
Today, the quantity of open remote tech positions is significantly higher than it was pre-pandemic: Remote tech jobs are up more than 400% in Canada since the start of the Pandemic, and most of these positions can truly be performed from anywhere in the world with a reasonable internet connection.
Many Canadian companies such as Toronto’s Givex and Alberta’s Jobber made significant and effective adaptions over the course of the Pandemic, and more than ever now opt to hire for positions remotely. Some like Vancouver;s Apollo Insurance even fund an ergonomical home work setup when they hire you.
In essence: Spirits may be down but opportunities remain present. For those ready to find work or upgrade careers, below are just a small handful of the many organizations actively hiring for remote positions in Canada.
- Toronto’s Thomson Reuters is seeking a variety of roles, many of which are available as remote.
- Monstercat in Vancouver is looking for a remote back-end developer.
- Personify in Toronto is actively hiring and offers remote opportunities.
- Calgary-based Acurve is hiring developers, data scientists, and more.
- Payouts platform Trolley of Montreal is seeking developers and more remotely.
- Vancouver game studio Smoking Gun Interactive is hiring for a range of remote opportunities to build out their portfolio.
- Toronto-based LifeWorks is hiring for several software roles including backend developers.
- Delta Controls out of Surrey is hiring for multiple remote positions.