3 AMAZING job opportunities in Toronto right now

3 AMAZING job opportunities in Toronto right now
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TORONTO –  Are you a Toronto-based professional looking for an exciting new opportunity? Today, we had a look through our job board for exciting roles in the area to share with you all, in the hopes that you may just land your dream job.

Check out these excellent roles now…

Machine Learning Scientist, Chisel AI

Chisel AI has a rare opportunity for a Machine Learning Scientist who wants to take the latest advances in ML and NLP to develop this technology for delivery in production.

This is a chance to take your passion for solving complex problems, and apply your findings tactically not just theoretically, as you build out solutions to solve a major industry challenge faced by large global customers. Reporting to the Data Science Lead, you will collaborate with the Machine Learning and Engineering teams to implement best practices and further iterate on their core AI information extraction competency. This is a unique opportunity to get in at the ground level as they scale; to define AI models for the entire organization and to revolutionize an industry with data that’s actionable.

In this role, you’ll hit the ground running creating production-level code for core AI capability within your first month. You’ll work closely with the Data Science Lead and Machine Learning Scientists to create new ML algorithms and models, to execute on the product roadmap, and will push the envelope forward in InsurTech.

Manager, People Operations, Inpixon

As they scale beyond 200 employees thanks to growth and acquisitions, Inpixon is prioritizing the need to support, train, retain, and grow our people. Reporting to the Director of People Operations, they have a newly created opportunity for a Manager of People Operations in Toronto. This is an opportunity to own and drive the end-to-end Human Resources and People Operations function with a focus on their Canadian employees. You will execute the overall people strategy for Canada and take charge of new projects. You will be hands-on to ensure our HR operations guidelines are implemented and adhered to across their Canadian offices and focus on employee engagement through strengthening relationships.

You may be coming from a smaller startup where the HR/People Operations department started and ended with you. You are looking for an opportunity at a scaling tech company with a global presence where you can accelerate your career. You are ready to hit the ground running executing on a People strategy and partnering with the Director to build out policies, procedures, compliance, employee experience, engagement, and development. You want to be an active contributor, have ownership of HR initiatives, and propose data-driven solutions that will impact the organization.

Senior Full Stack Developer, Software Engineering, CBC/Radio Canada

If you share a passion for Canadian storytelling and you wish to help engage with individuals and communities across various digital platforms, this is where you’ll want to be!

In this role, every day, you will have an opportunity to shape the way in which Canadians see themselves reflected in digital services. Your work will have a direct impact on how millions of Canadians from various communities connect with products, with one another, and with the diverse voices that make this wonderful country so unique.

You will have the opportunity to play a part in enlightening and entertaining Canadians through innovative work in building the mediums that deliver content. They are an innovative hub, where the talented professionals they work with are respected and valued for their contributions. Their product teams are vibrant and the work culture strives to achieve the highest standards of diversity and inclusion. They believe that hiring people with different career paths and backgrounds is fundamental in the shared success and in building healthy and highly performant teams. When you join this mission, you are not only shaping the vision of the CBC, but the future of Canada.



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