Landing a sweet job with a tech startup isn't easy - especially if you're non-technical. But if you're in Vancouver there certainly are opportunities if you have the right skill-set and are willing to live the startup life.
A quick glance at the Techvibes Job Board this week uncovers some cool opportunities at some of Vancouver's hottest startups including HootSuite, A Thinking Ape, and Mobify.
So if you're looking for a change of scenery, it's a great time to be handing out your resume. Check out these new opportunities.
Hootsuite is the world’s most widely used social media relationship platform. More than 10 million users, including 744 of the Fortune 1000 companies, trust Hootsuite to manage their social media programs across multiple social networks from one integrated dashboard. Learn more about how Hootsuite is revolutionizing communication at http://www.hootsuite.com.
Mobify powers the mobile shopping experiences of leading global retailers like Ann Taylor, Crocs, Superdry, Eddie Bauer and Beyond the Rack.
Our platform enables online retailers to use all their existing digital commerce tools across smartphones, tablets, apps and in-store technology in a way that is fast to implement, easy to manage, and accelerates business growth.
Established in 2007,...
A Thinking Ape is a small yet driven team that is dedicated to building strong mobile communities.
With our collaborative approach to product design, we ensure the best ideas get the space they need to grow.
Our team seeks out intuitive solutions to complex problems, and maintains strong ties to our hacker culture.
7Geese is a social performance management software that empowers employees to better achieve goals, get recognized, and receive continuous feedback in an engaging social environment.
7Geese allows organizations to focus on engaging people, improving goals visibility, and enhancing company culture to achieve long-term sustainable growth. 7Geese is for organizations that are moving away from...
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