There are 1,200 Job Openings in Waterloo's Tech Space Right Now. Here are Five Worth Checking Out
According to Karen Gallant, senior director of talent networks at Communitech, there are 1,200 job openings right now in the Waterloo tech community. With news last week that RIM is set to lay off 2,000 in the coming weeks, those openings should get their share of qualified applicants.
This week we've got a handful of cool career opportunities in Waterloo that are worth looking at—everything from Metrics Analyst at Kik to a Web Marketing Manager at Communitech. And, not surprisingly, an HR Manager.
Founded by a group of entrepreneurs in 1997, Communitech is an industry-led innovation centre in Waterloo Region, supporting a tech cluster of nearly 1,000 companies. Communitech supports tech companies at all stages of their growth and development – from startups to rapidly growing mid-sized companies and large global players. A member of the Ontario Network of Entrepreneurs, Communitech...
Kik was founded in 2009, when a small but incredibly passionate group of University of Waterloo students decided to build a company that would shift the center of computing from the PC to the smartphone.
Fast forward to today, and Kik has become the best way to connect with friends, no matter where you meet them. And unlike other messengers, Kik uses usernames - not phone numbers - as the basis...
Sweet Tooth helps over 3,400 online retailers keep their customers loyal. As the world’s leading loyalty platform, Sweet Tooth helps brands create point-based programs and campaigns in order to substantially increase sales.
Blue Coat Systems is a leading provider of Web security and WAN optimization solutions. Blue Coat offers solutions that provide the visibility, acceleration and security required to optimize and secure the flow of information to any user, on any network, anywhere.
This application intelligence enables enterprises to tightly align network investments with business requirements, speed decision...
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