An unprecedented global pandemic has flipped everything we know on its head with employers across the city, province and country having transitioned their teams to be fully remote for the foreseeable future.
Fortunately tech talent is one of the most resilient professions in any economic downturn, and this has been particularly so during the COVID-19 crisis by facilitating business productivity and supporting critical infrastructure.
Job seekers now face a new hurdle: how to navigate the virtual environment in order to successfully apply, interview, and land their dream jobs.
According to commercial real estate firm CBRE, tech talent is poised for post-pandemic growth, especially in Toronto which was named one of the top four markets in North America for technology talent.
Tech Talent Canada has compiled a list of 10 companies and startups that continue to hire in Toronto. Check them out and good luck with your job search.
Earlier this year the global human capital management (HCM) tech company announced plans to accelerate hiring in Canada, with 400 new jobs in 2020 and more than 2,000 over the next five years. The new positions will include engineering, research and development, and consulting.
Cover is a mobile-first insurance platform that wants to make insurance simpler in every way they can. They’re a team of engineers, designers, and insurance experts ready to revolutionize the insurance buying experience. Cover is looking for a DevOps Engineer.
CrowdRiff is visual content marketing software that is fuelling the post-COVID-19 recovery and long-term marketing for over 800 travel brands. CrowdRiff is looking for smart, kind and dedicated people interested in working at the intersection of travel, tech and visual media.
FreshBooks Founder and CEO Mike was self-employed and running a small design agency. One busy afternoon in 2003, he accidentally saved over an invoice and lost his work. Then and there, the inspiration for FreshBooks was born. The web-based SaaS company is hiring Data Engineer, Software Engineers, Product Designers, and more.
Okta provides identity for the enterprise. The Okta Identity Cloud enables organizations to securely connect the right people to the right technologies at the right time. Over 8,000 organizations, including Nordstrom, T-Mobile and Twilio, trust Okta to help protect the identities of their workforces and customers. Okta just announced that they will let most of their 2,600 employees work remotely permanently
In 1991, OpenText launched as a project out of the University of Waterloo in Canada and has continued to evolve with the shifting digital landscape. One of the five biggest software companies in Canada, OpenText is hiring software developers in Waterloo and Toronto.
Recognized as one of Canada’s most admired corporate cultures and one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers and Best Diversity Employers, Rogers is also committed to creating an inclusive and diverse workplace where each team member has the tools to reach their full potential. Sign up for the upcoming Tech Talent Toronto Virtual Job Fair on September 23rd to learn more about Rogers.
The Toronto-based challenger bank STACK was acquired by Credit Sesame, a United States-based credit and loan company, earlier this year. Credit Sesame is set to integrate its credit services with STACK’s digital banking offering later this year in order to bring cash and credit management to consumers in Canada.
Tenstorrent is a next-generation computing company that is bringing to market the first dynamic artificial intelligence architecture facilitating scalable deep learning. Based in Toronto with offices in Austin, Tenstorrent is growing quickly and are proudly backed by top-tier Venture Capital firms including Real Ventures and Eclipse Venture Capital.
TouchBistro is built for restaurant people, by restaurant people. TouchBistro is an iPad POS and integrated payments solution that helps restaurateurs put more money in their pockets and more time back in their day. Powering over 25,000 restaurants in more than 100 countries worldwide, TouchBistro is changing the way restaurateurs do business.