Come change the world with us.

Make a difference, have fun, and learn a ton.

What We Do

MakerKids runs award-winning camps, programs and parties for kids on Coding, Robotics and Minecraft. We inspire kids to build confidence, social skills, resilience and a positive relationship with technology – and to see their futures as inventors, entrepreneurs, and innovators. Come change the world with us, one kid at a time. We provide amazing interest-driven STEM programs to help kids move from being consumers to creators. We were named the next top franchise concept as winner of the NextGen in Franchising Competition at the International Franchise Association Conference, from over 400 entrants. We also started the first makerspace for kids in the world :).

MakerKids was named Best Kids’ Workshops by Toronto Life Magazine and one of the top ten awesome birthday parties in Toronto by Today’s Parent. Thousands of kids have participated in our programs. In the past, we have done Content and Curriculum Development for clients like Intel and 3D Systems, and Professional Development services for clients such as the Toronto Public Library. We’ve been featured in major media such as Wired, CTV and the Globe and Mail, and have spoken at SXSW, Maker Faire, MakerCon, and more. Our Board of Advisors includes Massimo Banzi (CEO of Arduino).

We are a mission-driven company and our mission is to help people reach their potential and make a positive impact on the world. We are leading programs that improve kids’ lives significantly, enabling to see their own power and realize that they can make a difference.
Our team is growing and we’re looking for rockstars who believe in our mission. Join us!
MakerKids Team

Who We Are

We’re a group of makers, inventors and entrepreneurs with backgrounds from Singularity University (at NASA), engineering, computer science, Procter & Gamble, musical theatre, and summer camps at City of Toronto, City of Burlington, Queen’s University, and many more.

MakerKids’ CEO, Jennifer Turliuk, coded a website when she was 12 that went viral and was featured in a magazine. Later, she was selected to participate in the Singularity University program at NASA. Jennifer started MakerKids so that more kids could have empowering experiences and become leaders. Graduates have gone on to start businesses, be featured on TV, be published in magazines, and more. She has been named a ‘pioneering woman in tech’ by Adafruit, awarded an Honorary Degree for her contributions to the community via MakerKids, keynoted industry conferences such as MakerCon, had her work published in Forbes, and more.

You’ll love working here if you:

  • Want to have a positive impact on kids
  • Want to share your love for technology and making
  • Dig a relaxed, casual, and fun work environment (warning: musical theatre nerds and Dungeons & Dragons players among us)
  • Did we mention having fun at work? We like doing stuff together – improv classes, escape rooms, and other staff socials
  • And we also take our work seriously, create space for each other’s opinions and perspectives, and pursuing success together

Sweet Headquarters

We are hiring instructors in multiple cities to run our virtual programs.

For those working at our headquarters, our bright, colourful, makerspace office is located at 2451 Bloor Street West in Toronto, minutes to downtown, and steps from Jane TTC station and a vibrant neighbourhood.

Future Classrooms
Kids Apps

Cool Gadgets

  • Arduinos and robotic supplies
  • Laptops galore
  • Minecraft accounts
  • New technologies and toys we’re experimenting with (companies send them to us to test out!)

Learn

You’ll love working here if you love to learn. We have extensive training and paid professional development opportunities. This is a chance to grow an immense amount in your career.

MakerKids Coding Programs
MakerKids team member Thomas and Coding Programs
MakerKids Matthew Seferian having fun in a squid hat
MakerKids CEO Jennifer Turliuk

Play

We are all about play and having fun. Join us at karaoke nights, board games, yoga, musical sing-alongs, Dungeons & Dragons, and playing fun games with the kids.

Make An Impact

This is Serena. She joined our Robotics program and a few weeks later she made her own electronic hat project that was published in OWL magazine. Alex, a 10-year-old in our program, started a business making and selling audio speakers. Imagine what these kids will be able to do when they grow up! Steve Jobs, the founders of Google and other luminaries were part of technology programs from a young age. Join MakerKids to help change the world.

Together at MakerKids

It takes a team to build something great. Together we work hard, laugh hard, learn, play, and make.

For me, working at MakerKids was much more than a job. It offered an unmatched opportunity to be at the forefront of a movement that is revolutionizing how we approach education. At MakerKids, I worked in unison with industry leaders, educators, and parents to create impactful change not only within the organization, but in the lives of children and youth. I credit my time at MakerKids with giving me the opportunity, confidence, skill set and ethic that is unrivalled by any organization.
Cole MacDonald

MakerKids encourages the personal growth of its employees, and is a very nurturing and supportive environment. We all help each other, it feels more like we’re good friends than just colleagues.

The chance to make a difference in children’s lives – and to be that mentor that pushes them to give it another try instead of giving up – is so inspiring. MakerKids has taught me a lot about self-acceptance and not being afraid of failure.

It’s exciting to have a workplace I can feel proud about, and I find myself smiling as I tell others what we do. I am so glad to have found a place I belong. Thank you, MakerKids

Having my placement at MakerKids was more than just a placement, they gave me the opportunity to develop a wide range of new and existing skills that are transferable to any organization and to my degree in Education. It’s a place which teaches kids more than just robotics, coding and Minecraft but the core values that the organization stands for in promoting all aspects of STEM education. I was able to work with great industry leaders, educators, parents and positive role models during my time here. MakerKids made me feel welcome and be part of a team network with individuals from all different skill sets. I thoroughly enjoyed my time here.
Nehal Patel
STEM Programs For Kids group photo
MakerKids Private Sessions

Core Values

Growth

Help everyone involved grow for the better – the company, ourselves, kids parents, staff, partners, social media followers the world

Initiative

Encourage staff, students and parents to take initiative and help the organization, experience and themselves improve

Experience

Providing an amazing and engaging experience for customers, staff, each-other, etc at every touchpoint

Community

We focus on creating amazing connections, communities, & care, amongst staff, parents, kids, etc; plus a sense of belonging & being part of something bigger than oneself

Accountability

Staff are accountable to themselves, each other & to our customers; kids are also expected to be accountable. This means the bias towards action, excellence, honesty & respect. We also recognize that we all need to be accountable to the planet & make the world a better place!

Positions

How many of these are true about you?

You’re…

  • A teacher or instructor
  • A camp counsellor or leader
  • A recent grad from science, tech, math, engineering, or the arts
  • A maker or tech lover
  • An actor, performer, and life of the party
  • Looking for work in a growing field and company
  • Interested in new, socially-responsible ways of doing business
  • A cool person that kids, parents, and coworkers are gonna love to be around

If most or all of that sounds like you, we want you to come and join us at MakerKids – a fun and growing company where you can ignite children’s potential.

About MakerKids

MakerKids develops maker learning programs for kids, and runs camps and after-school programs on Coding, Robotics and Minecraft. We inspire kids to see their futures as inventors, entrepreneurs, and innovators. We provide amazing interest-driven STEM programs to help kids move from being consumers to creators. We’ve been featured in major media such as Wired, CTV and the Globe and Mail, and have spoken at SXSW, Maker Faire, MakerCon, and more.

Instructor Role

Maker programs are gaining steam. Demand for our programs is growing fast and that means we need to find and train awesome instructors to serve an enthusiastic and growing fan base. Your job will be to lead MakerKids programming online – after school programs, camps, trial classes, private classes, and more. Program content includes Robotics, Coding and Minecraft.

Learning the Role

You don’t have to have the full range of technical skills that kids will need for their projects. However, experience with Scratch, Microbit, Tinkercad, Arduino and Minecraft are considered an asset. Other MakerKids staff will initially be present during classes to teach specific skills. You can learn along with the kids! What we want to see from you is the Maker spirit – a love of learning and proven ability to pick up skills. Prior to teaching classes, you’ll teach alongside other staff as a MakerKids Instructor in Training. After that, you will lead classes and events as a MakerKids Instructor.

Role Details

This position will start part-time with 1 to 30 hours per week (depending on your availability and our need). Work hours are flexible, but consistent week to week. This position will start off remotely and may transition to in person requiring travel to 1661 Bayview Ave, Toronto, Ontario.

Qualifications

  • You’re a creative and energetic person who likes working with kids and exploring new ideas
  • You have experience leading kids in an experiential learning setting such as school, summer camp, museum interpretation, outdoor adventure, Montessori
  • Preferred if you are a teacher, an Early Childhood Educator, have teaching or camp experience
  • You have excellent communication skills, written and oral, and experience communicating with children and their families
  • You’re a Maker, with interest and experience designing and creating things, e.g. coding, electronics, robotics, Minecraft, crafting or some other way you entertain yourself and others with your creativity
  • You’re comfortable using electronics, computer software, hardware and various other technologies – or very willing to learn and teach yourself
  • You have experience using video conferencing software and have a computer equipped with webcam

How to Apply

Our online application will give you the option to apply to this role as a complete candidate – not just a resume. The application will assess your qualifications, personality traits and workplace preferences, and should take 10 to 15 minutes to complete. We value diversity and inclusion and encourage all qualified people to apply. We will review applications as they are received and look forward to hearing from you.

How many of these are true about you?

You’re…

  • A teacher or instructor
  • A camp counsellor or leader
  • A recent grad from science, tech, math, engineering, or the arts
  • A maker or tech lover
  • An actor, performer, and life of the party
  • Looking for work in a growing field and company
  • Interested in new, socially-responsible ways of doing business
  • A cool person that kids, parents, and coworkers are gonna love to be around

If most or all of that sounds like you, we want you to come and join us at MakerKids – a fun and growing company where you can ignite children’s potential.

About MakerKids

MakerKids develops maker learning programs for kids, and runs camps and after-school programs on Coding, Robotics and Minecraft. We inspire kids to see their futures as inventors, entrepreneurs, and innovators. We provide amazing interest-driven STEM programs to help kids move from being consumers to creators. We’ve been featured in major media such as Wired, CTV and the Globe and Mail, and have spoken at SXSW, Maker Faire, MakerCon, and more.

Instructor Role

Maker programs are gaining steam. Demand for our programs is growing fast and that means we need to find and train awesome instructors to serve an enthusiastic and growing fan base. Your job will be to lead MakerKids programming online – after school programs, camps, trial classes, private classes, and more. Program content includes Robotics, Coding and Minecraft.

You’ll love this role if you:

  • Want to have a positive impact on kids
  • Want to share your love for technology and making
  • Dig a relaxed, casual, and fun remote work environment (warning: musical theatre nerds and Dungeons & Dragons players among us)
  • Did we mention having fun at work? We like doing stuff together virtually – virtual improv games and more
  • And we also take our work seriously, create space for each other’s opinions and perspectives, and pursuing success together

Learning the Role

You don’t have to have the full range of technical skills that kids will need for their projects. Other MakerKids staff will initially be present during classes to teach specific skills. You can learn along with the kids! What we want to see from you is the Maker spirit – a love of learning and proven ability to pick up skills. Prior to teaching classes, you’ll teach alongside other staff as a MakerKids Instructor in Training. After that, you will lead classes and events as a MakerKids Instructor.

Role Details This position will start part-time with 1 to 30 hours per week (depending on your availability and our need). Full time hours may be available in the summer during camps. Work hours are flexible, but availability must include class times – at least one weeknight from 3:30 to 6:30 or 7:00 to 9:00, or one weekend day or half-day. Ideally you are also available for camps and PA days (summer camps, winter camp, March Break camp, etc.). You’ll also be required at some weekend programs.

Qualifications

  • You’re a creative and energetic person who likes working with kids and exploring new ideas
  • You have experience leading kids in an experiential learning setting such as school, summer camp, museum interpretation, outdoor adventure, Montessori
  • Preferred if you are a teacher, an Early Childhood Educator, have teaching or camp experience
  • You have excellent communication skills, written and oral, and experience communicating with children and their families
  • You’re a Maker, with interest and experience designing and creating things, e.g. coding, electronics, robotics, Minecraft, crafting or some other way you entertain yourself and others with your creativity
  • You’re comfortable using electronics, computer software, hardware and various other technologies – or very willing to learn and teach yourself
  • Ideally, you have some performance experience, e.g. in the theatre
  • And also ideal, some customer service and sales experience too

How to Apply Our online application will give you the option to apply to this role as a complete candidate – not just a resume. The application will assess your qualifications, personality traits and workplace preferences, and should take 10 to 15 minutes to complete. We value diversity and inclusion and encourage all qualified people to apply. We will review applications as they are received and look forward to hearing from you.

You’re a passionate sales representative, looking for a role you can really sink your teeth into with a growing company, that will allow you to put your sales and interpersonal skills to the test. A company where you know you can make a difference in people’s lives.

If that sounds like you, we may have the perfect opportunity for you.

We’re MakerKids, and we develop STEM maker learning programs for kids and educators and run one of the only makerspaces for kids in the world. We ignite kids’ potential and inspire them to be inventors, entrepreneurs, and innovators.

We’ve been featured in major media such as Wired, CTV and the Globe and Mail, and have spoken at SXSW, Maker Faire, MakerCon, and more.

Right now, we’re looking for a new Inside Sales Representative to join our growing team, and we hope that search ends with you.

Inside Sales Representative

Your primary goal in this position is to increase our revenue and drive sales of our programs and offerings. To start, your main focus will be to drive sales and increase revenue for our online programs. mostly focusing on our online programs for the time being.

You’ll never have to make any cold calls – warm leads come to us! Most of your day will be spent on the phones following up with warm leads and closing sales through phone and email communication.

Practically speaking, you will:

  • Follow up on warm, qualified leads over the phone to close sales
  • Meet KPIs and sales targets (weekly revenue sold and calls made)
  • Track, update, and log information using our CRM, ensuring accuracy
  • Build relationships with clients over the phone
  • Reach out to past clients and determine if future opportunities may exist
  • Secure referrals for potential business leads
  • Attend fairs, trade shows, and other events to represent the organization and generate sales

We’ll be looking to you to help build and refine our scripts and processes. You’ll have the autonomy to make improvements as you see fit, and your input will always be valued.

You’ll be a great fit for this position if you are:

  • An excellent communicator – you always get your message across clearly and effectively, whether through casual conversation or a professionally written email.
  • Personable – you can change the atmosphere in the room and build rapport with anybody you meet. You enjoy telling stories, listening to others, and seizing the opportunity to close a deal.
  • Results-Oriented – you set goals and are determined to reach them. You’re motivated by your targets and are happiest when you’re achieving them.

If you love the thrill of a sale and are looking for a meaningful opportunity where you can build and grow your career in a supportive environment, we can’t wait to hear from you!

Working with MakerKids

This is a permanent position, and can be flexible to accommodate either a full-time or part-time work schedule. Typically, you’ll work from 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm, but will need to be flexible to work some weekends as needed for events or follow up calls.

Our bright, colourful, playful Makerspace office is located at 2451 Bloor St. West in Toronto, easily accessible through public transit. This position is currently remote offering you the flexibility to work from home. We’re also a Certified B Corp, which means we believe in using business as a force for good.

Here’s what else you’ll enjoy working with us:

  • A base salary with commission and/or bonus structure that you’ll have a say in developing
  • A camp-casual, energetic team who loves being together and participating in social events (anything from escape rooms to karaoke to improv classes)
  • Opportunity to be part of a high-performing culture
  • Benefits plan and a generous learning budget of up to $1,000
  • Opportunities for growth and advancement

Qualifications

  • 2-5 years of experience in inside sales, connecting with clients/leads over the phone and by email
  • Experience in a fast-paced environment, meeting quotas for number of calls made
  • Experience using Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, etc.)
  • Experience using any CRM or similar database to track and update customer information
  • Post-secondary degree or diploma in business or any related field
  • Experiencing selling childcare/camp programs or similar (an asset)

How to Apply:

We strive to build a team that reflects the diversity of the community we work in and encourage applications from traditionally underrepresented groups such as women, visible minorities, Indigenous peoples, people identifying as LGBTQ2SI, veterans, and people with disabilities. If we can make this easier through accommodation in the recruitment process, please contact us using the “Help” button.

We will review applications and thank all applicants for their interest in MakerKids, but please be advised that only applicants shortlisted for interview will be contacted.

Full-Stack Software Engineer

MakerKids is hiring someone to take on the software engineering side of our business. We’re looking for someone who can work directly with our CEO to develop our product roadmap, write front/back-end code, manage the server, and most importantly create value for our users. We are a company offering award-winning virtual camps, programs and parties for kids on Coding, Robotics and Minecraft – and we are looking for help in creating a registration software and LMS.

About MakerKids

We run award-winning virtual programs, camps and parties on coding, robotics and Minecraft. Our programs help kids develop confidence, social skills, resilience and a positive relationship with technology. We ignite kids’ potential and inspire them to be inventors, entrepreneurs, and innovators. Kids have started businesses, won prizes from NASA, and had positive mental health outcomes. We inspire kids to see their futures as inventors, entrepreneurs, and innovators. We are a pioneer in the education industry, having started the first and largest makerspace for kids in the world. Today, we provide amazing interest-driven STEM programs to help kids move from being consumers to creators. We’ve been featured in major media such as Wired, CTV and the Globe and Mail, and have spoken at SXSW, Maker Faire, MakerCon, and more.

Full-Stack Software Engineer Role – Responsibilities:

As the first official Software Engineer to join our team, you’ll be responsible for:

  • Writing lots of code! You’ll be the lead, and for a time, only developer on the team
  • Owning the entire tech stack, including the database, API, mobile app, and server infrastructure.
  • Developing the roadmap with the CEO, and feedback from our users.
  • Impacting UI/UX
  • Building out our tech stack

Things you need to be able to do:

  • Write high-quality, scalable, maintainable code that is well-tested
  • Be comfortable spinning up and supporting a live web application
  • Be able to translate technical problems to non-technical people
  • Be responsible for putting out fires as they arise

If you haven’t necessarily had experience setting up and maintaining live production environments before, that’s okay. We’re looking for someone who is ambitious, willing to learn, and confident that they’ll be able to deliver on what we’ve outlined. This role comes with a lot of opportunity (and accountability) to shape the future of our product.

You’ll love this role if you:

  • Want to have a positive impact on kids
  • Want to share your love for technology and making
  • Have great ideas for ways to engage kids in technology
  • Want to develop truly unique software that changes the world

Role Details

This position can be contract-based or permanent, and part-time or full-time. Work hours are flexible.

Our bright, colourful, playful Makerspace office is located at 2451 Bloor Street West in Toronto, steps from Jane TTC station, which is a good home base for office tasks. We are currently working remotely, and plan to continue doing so until it’s safe to gather again. or indefinitely. This position will be remote initially, and could continue to be remote if desired.

With us, you’ll enjoy:

  • Compensation commensurate with experience, an annual bonus based on targets, paid vacation time, and an RRSP plan
  • A generous learning budget
  • Opportunities for growth and advancement
  • Fun social events with the team like karaoke, escape rooms, improv classes, and other activities

Preferred Qualifications

  • You want to have a big impact on the direction of our company, you can get behind our mission of helping empower kids to be the makers of tomorrow, and can empathize with issues our users face. At heart, you are a software developer and enjoy solving complex problems, coding, and using tech to create a positive change in your community.
  • On the technical side of life; we’re looking for someone who writes high-quality code, can keep a live environment stable, curious about cutting/bleeding edge technologies, and can balance business constraints with technical implications.
  • You have working experience with full-stack development, including knowledge and expertise with React.js, Node.js, and/or Python/Django
  • Experience with cloud deployment tools and AWS
  • Experience with relational and noSQL (e.g., MongoDB, CouchDB, Cassandra, DynamoDB etc.) data stores.
  • Expert experience in HTML5/CSS and building mobile, responsive/adaptive applications
  • Undergrad in computer science or equivalent

If that sounds like something you’re keen to do, you might be the perfect fit. As the sole developer, you will work directly with our CEO and technical advisors. You’ll be a part of key decisions about the direction of the product, building our team, developing our software, and pushing features.

How to Apply

A cover letter describing why you’re interested in this role is especially helpful.

We value diversity and inclusion and encourage all qualified people to apply.

We will review applications as they are received and look forward to hearing from you.

MakerKids hosts Co-op students in partnership with schools with co-op programs. Apply here: https://goo.gl/forms/PKx1aObgxdLWhNrp2

If your school is not currently partnered with us, feel free to get in touch if you are interested in having MakerKids host co-ops from your school.

You have that optimism that you can have a career that changes the world. You want to work with people, make a difference in their lives, and get the breadth of experience you can build a meaningful career on.

You’ll find what you’re looking for here.

We’re MakerKids, developing STEM maker learning programs for kids. We started the first makerspace for kids and now run virtual STEM programs in the world. We ignite kids’ potential and inspire them to be inventors, entrepreneurs, and innovators.

We’ve been featured in major media such as Wired, CTV and the Globe and Mail, and have spoken at SXSW, Maker Faire, MakerCon, and more. We’re growing quickly, and we’re looking for leaders to grow with us and ultimately drive our mission forward. Right now, we’re looking for a new Growth Marketing Manager.

Curriculum Developer

Maker programs are gaining steam. Demand for our programs is growing quickly. You’ll be a key member of the team, making sure that our programming is the best it can be.

MakerKids is hiring a Curriculum Developer to develop and enhance MakerKids programming. We offer after school programs, camps, parties, school programs and more. All programs are currently virtual. Program content primarily includes Robotics, Coding and Minecraft.

This is your chance to inspire and shape the next generation of innovators, inventors and entrepreneurs – by helping them to develop the skills and mindsets to change the world. Our programs help kids build confidence, social skills, resilience, and a positive relationship with technology. Participants have gone on to start businesses, win prizes from NASA, and have positive mental health outcomes. We are pioneering technology therapy – like art therapy or music therapy, but using technologies like Minecraft to help people. Children’s mental health professionals have referred kids to us because of the positive results they have seen with their clients.

Responsibilities:

  • Produce world-class curriculum, lesson plans, instructional videos, slideshows and documents for instructors and participants
  • Manage Learning Management System
  • Iterate and improve on curriculum to boost learning and customer retention
  • Develop learning pathways
  • Review and edit content
  • Other tasks may include the following: auditing sessions, developing new activities, creating curriculum content, etc.

Qualifications

  • You have a degree in education, whether it is a university degree in education (BEd, MEd), or in Early Childhood Education; or a degree in engineering or computer science; or have equivalent experience and/or deep experience with writing curriculum.
  • You have a solid foundation of science and technology, especially in robotics, coding, and/or Minecraft. You have experience teaching and/or developing curriculum for kids ages 6-13 in coding.
  • You’re a creative and energetic person who likes working with kids and exploring new ideas. You have experience with after-school programs and/or summer camps
  • You’re comfortable using electronics, computer software, hardware and various other technologies
  • You have excellent communication skills, written and oral, and experience communicating with children and their families
  • You’re a Maker, with interest and experience designing and creating things, e.g. coding, electronics, robotics, Minecraft, crafting or some other way you entertain yourself and others with your creativity
  • Experience working with, selecting, and/or building an LMS system
  • Design experience

Learning the Role

You don’t necessarily have to have perfected the full range of technical skills upon starting the role that kids will need for their projects. Fellow MakerKids staff will be happy to provide you assistance with any specific subject matter and skills you need to delve deeper into. What we want to see from you is the Maker spirit – an ability to write curriculum that encourages creative, collaborative, and enthusiastic development of technical and social skills.

Other Details

  • We are open to different titles based on experience, availability, need and discussion – e.g Curriculum Designer, Instructional Designer, etc.
  • This position can be contract-based or permanent, and part-time or full-time – our ideal scenario is permanent and part-time with an expected role of around 10-20 hours a week. Work hours are flexible, but availability must include class times – at least one weeknight from 3:30 to 6:30 or 7:00 to 9:00, or one weekend day or half-day. It will be helpful to see what we are doing now, in order to know what we need to enhance our programming. You may also be required at some weekend events.
  • Our bright, colourful, playful Makerspace office is located at 2451 Bloor Street West, steps from Jane TTC station. All MakerKids staff are currently working remotely and will continue doing so until it is safe to return to office. This position can return to office with us, or can remain remote indefinitely.

With us, you’ll enjoy:

  • Compensation commensurate with experience
  • A generous learning budget
  • Opportunities for growth and advancement
  • Fun social events with the team like karaoke, escape rooms, improv classes, and other activities

How to Apply

Our online application will give you the option to apply to this role as a complete person – not just a resume.

A cover letter describing why you’re interested in this role is especially helpful.

We value diversity and inclusion and encourage all qualified people to apply.

We will review applications as they are received and look forward to hearing from you.

You have that optimism that you can have a career that changes the world. You want to work with people, make a difference in their lives, and get the breadth of experience you can build a meaningful career on.

You’ll find what you’re looking for here.

We’re MakerKids. We started the first makerspace for kids in the world, and now run award-winning virtual programs, camps and parties on coding, robotics and Minecraft. Our programs help kids develop confidence, social skills, resilience and a positive relationship with technology. We ignite kids’ potential and inspire them to be inventors, entrepreneurs, and innovators. Kids have started businesses, won prizes from NASA, and had positive mental health outcomes.

We’ve been featured in major media such as Wired, CTV and the Globe and Mail, and have spoken at SXSW, Maker Faire, MakerCon, and more. Right now, we’re looking for a Designer, and we hope that’s you.

We’re growing quickly, and we’re looking for leaders to grow with us and ultimately drive our mission forward. We hope that you are our Product Designer.

Product Designer

We are looking for an ambitious Product Designer passionate about creating elegant designs and enabling seamless experiences that get users to “wow” .

As our first Product designer, you’ll be a key pillar in our team. You’ll work with our CEO, software developer, and curriculum developer, and the whole team in order to gain a deep understanding of our users, craft effective designs and features to solve their problems, and bring our evolving website and product to life.

Families have been starved of quality STEM education that helps kids build soft skills and become creators, not just consumers. This role is an opportunity to bring a beautiful & intuitive tool to people who desperately need it, and raise the bar of what is possible.

With a strong culture of ownership and responsibility, we believe that our job is not done until the job is done. We take pride in delivering the highest quality, intuitive products that make discovering and actioning opportunities in the public sector effortless and fun for our users.

What you’ll do

  • Develop professional, beautiful, and more than anything, amazingly functional and intuitive designs for the website and the core features our customers use every day
  • Design the UX/UI for our new web application (a registration software) and our new website, and ensuring future updates and features are accessible, beautiful, and functional. You will be both building the business brand and the components of the platform through immersive design.
  • Run the customer development process with other team members. Organising, running, & analysing user feedback and discovery calls
  • Take hypotheses, user stories, & customer insights and translating them into high (or low) fidelity prototypes, iterating on these ideas with customers & the product team to arrive at your final designs
  • Define, maintain, and iterate on our design system
  • Research, collect, and digest best-in-breed design practices, and implement them here.

This is a varied position, and if you have experience as a Product Designer, that variety will feel familiar. You’ll have our full support to make changes that will make a lasting difference on our business.

You’re the right fit for this role because you have a customer-centric mindset, and are always looking for ways to improve marketing, or tackle high-leverage challenges to make things work better.

Working with us:

This is currently a part-time position – with the potential for long-term and full-time if things go well.

With us, you’ll enjoy:

  • Opportunities for growth and advancement
  • Fun social events with the team like karaoke, escape rooms, improv classes, and other activities

Qualifications

If you have these, you’ll be a great fit:

  • 2+ years of experience as a UI/UX designer, web designer or product designer (with B2C products is a plus)
  • Deep familiarity with tools such as Figma / Invision / Sketch / Framer / Balsamiq to create prototypes, customer flows, and hi-fi mock-ups
  • Experience designing and running key customer discovery tasks (eg. customer discovery interviews, concept and usability testing, etc.) and distilling the output into concrete insights and designs
  • Effective communicator: Able to share novel or complicated concepts with the team in a digestible way, and able to “translate” messy customer signals into their relevant business implications.
  • Focus on impact: Obsessively focused on how our product can solve our customers’ problems. We do functional, not flashy.
  • Attention to detail: Designs critiqued until pixel perfect. Every step of the customer journey accounted for. Nothing gets past you.
  • Ambitious curiosity: Eager to learn skills and technologies outside of your comfort zone, take on tasks that scare you, and grow into a senior leadership role with us
  • Dependability & accountability: Trusted to deliver on the commitments you make to the team, from the big picture results to the nuanced details

Anything on this list would be an asset:

  • Knowing enough HTML, CSS, Javascript, React, Node and/or Django to be dangerous
  • Experience building and maintaining design systems
  • Copywriting experience
  • Experience building websites and ads that consumers love

If this opportunity sounds like the meaningful, career-building challenge you’ve been looking for, we can’t wait to meet you!

UX/UI Designer

You have that optimism that you can have a career that changes the world. You want to work with people, make a difference in their lives, and get the breadth of experience you can build a meaningful career on.

You’ll find what you’re looking for here.

We’re MakerKids. We started the first makerspace for kids in the world, and now run award-winning virtual programs, camps and parties on coding, robotics and Minecraft. Our programs help kids develop confidence, social skills, resilience and a positive relationship with technology. We ignite kids’ potential and inspire them to be inventors, entrepreneurs, and innovators. Kids have started businesses, won prizes from NASA, and had positive mental health outcomes.

We’ve been featured in major media such as Wired, CTV and the Globe and Mail, and have spoken at SXSW, Maker Faire, MakerCon, and more. Right now, we’re looking for a Designer, and we hope that’s you.

We’re growing quickly, and we’re looking for leaders to grow with us and ultimately drive our mission forward. We hope that you are our UX/UI Designer.

UX/UI Designer

We are looking for an ambitious UX/UI Designer passionate about creating elegant designs and enabling seamless experiences that get users to “wow” .

As our first UX/UI designer, you’ll be a key pillar in our team. You’ll work with our CEO, software developer, and curriculum developer, and the whole team in order to gain a deep understanding of our users, craft effective designs and features to solve their problems, and bring our evolving website and product to life.

Families have been starved of quality STEM education that helps kids build soft skills and become creators, not just consumers. This role is an opportunity to bring a beautiful & intuitive tool to people who desperately need it, and raise the bar of what is possible.

With a strong culture of ownership and responsibility, we believe that our job is not done until the job is done. We take pride in delivering the highest quality, intuitive products that make discovering and actioning opportunities in the public sector effortless and fun for our users.

What you’ll do

  • Develop professional, beautiful, and more than anything, amazingly functional and intuitive designs for the website and the core features our customers use every day
  • Design the UX/UI for our new web application (a registration software) and our new website, and ensuring future updates and features are accessible, beautiful, and functional. You will be both building the business brand and the components of the platform through immersive design.
  • Run the customer development process with other team members. Organising, running, & analysing user feedback and discovery calls
  • Take hypotheses, user stories, & customer insights and translating them into high (or low) fidelity prototypes, iterating on these ideas with customers & the product team to arrive at your final designs
  • Define, maintain, and iterate on our design system
  • Research, collect, and digest best-in-breed design practices, and implement them here.

This is a varied position, and if you have experience as a Designer, that variety will feel familiar. You’ll have our full support to make changes that will make a lasting difference on our business.

You’re the right fit for this role because you have a customer-centric mindset, and are always looking for ways to improve marketing, or tackle high-leverage challenges to make things work better.

Working with us:

This is currently a part-time position – with the potential for long-term and full-time if things go well.

With us, you’ll enjoy:

  • Opportunities for growth and advancement
  • Fun social events with the team like karaoke, escape rooms, improv classes, and other activities

Qualifications

If you have these, you’ll be a great fit:

  • 2+ years of experience as a UI/UX designer, web designer or product designer (with B2C products is a plus)
  • Deep familiarity with tools such as Figma / Invision / Sketch / Framer / Balsamiq to create prototypes, customer flows, and hi-fi mock-ups
  • Experience designing and running key customer discovery tasks (eg. customer discovery interviews, concept and usability testing, etc.) and distilling the output into concrete insights and designs
  • Effective communicator: Able to share novel or complicated concepts with the team in a digestible way, and able to “translate” messy customer signals into their relevant business implications.
  • Focus on impact: Obsessively focused on how our product can solve our customers problems. We do functional, not flashy.
  • Attention to detail: Designs critiqued until pixel perfect. Every step of the customer journey accounted for. Nothing gets past you.
  • Ambitious curiosity: Eager to learn skills and technologies outside of your comfort zone, take on tasks that scare you, and grow into a senior leadership role with us
  • Dependability & accountability: Trusted to deliver on the commitments you make to the team, from the big picture results to the nuanced details

Anything on this list would be an asset:

  • Knowing enough HTML, CSS, Javascript, React, Node and/or Django to be dangerous
  • Experience building and maintaining design systems
  • Copywriting experience
  • Experience building websites and ads that consumers love

If this opportunity sounds like the meaningful, career-building challenge you’ve been looking for, we can’t wait to meet you!

Does this sound like you? You have that optimism that you can have a career that changes the world. You want to work with people, make a difference in their lives, and get the breadth of experience you can build a meaningful career on.

If so, you’ll find what you’re looking for here.

Company

We’re MakerKids, developing STEM maker learning programs for kids. We started the first makerspace for kids and now run virtual STEM programs in the world. We ignite kids’ potential and inspire them to be inventors, entrepreneurs, and innovators.

We’ve been featured in major media such as Wired, CTV and the Globe and Mail, and have spoken at SXSW, Maker Faire, MakerCon, and more. We’re growing quickly, and we’re looking for leaders to grow with us and ultimately drive our mission forward. Right now, we’re looking for a new Growth Marketing Manager.

The Role

The Growth Marketing Manager will work closely with the marketing team to oversee the  day-to-day marketing functions of our MakerKids experience. You’ll accomplish this by managing our email marketing, social media marketing, website/SEO, affiliate marketing, design, promotional calendar, blogs, and overseeing our paid ads. 

Once you’ve learned how our marketing runs, you’ll turn your attention to optimizing our marketing and growing revenue. You will define and champion the overarching marketing strategy, so we’ll be very open to any improvements you can make to achieve your vision. 

Responsibilities: 

  • Establish and implement growth strategies to support MakerKids’ revenue goals. Set and implement strategies to grow qualified, profitable external traffic to our products and services, maximize sales and revenue, and meet other business objectives through various marketing strategies.
  • Take ownership of overseeing our marketing team and functions: reporting, SEO/SEM, Content Marketing, Multiple call-to-action landing pages, Social media engagement, email marketing, affiliate marketing, and more.
  • Own the budget, measure and report performance of all digital marketing campaigns, and assess against goals (ROI and KPIs) 
  • Lead campaign design and build to test ad copy, landing page, bidding, and audience targeting to find opportunities to drive incremental growth.
  • Recommend the suite of tools, technologies, automation and processes necessary for scaling our marketing efforts. Identify and test new customer acquisition opportunities to improve performance and/or reduce expenses, with a drive to rapid growth in new customer acquisition.
  • Focus on MakerKids’ brand and differentiating message, our market and buyer personas, competitive analysis and industry analysis
  • Take a proactive, problem-solving approach to improve our current marketing procedures and delivery to maximize our revenue
  • Lead the onboarding, training, and supervision of new marketing staff, contractors and agencies as needed as we grow.
  • Steward the website and design we use every day
  • Manage the marketing materials to meet high quality standards
  • Create brand awareness and other marketing activities to increase our growth

This is a varied position that will include an operations component as well, and if you have experience as a Marketing Manager, that variety will feel familiar. You’ll have our full support to make changes that will make a lasting difference on our business.

You’re the right fit for this role because you have a customer-centric mindset, and are always looking for ways to improve marketing, or tackle high-leverage challenges to make things work better.

Qualifications

If you have these, you’ll be a great fit:

  • Experience growing revenue in a marketing position
  • Experience with managing a website/SEO, copywriting, affiliate marketing, promotional calendars, growing followers, making/overseeing design, writing email newsletters that convert, and managing/overseeing paid ads (with knowledge of Google Analytics, Google Adwords, and Facebook Ads Manager)
  • Strong leadership experience, grit, and self-starter capabilities
  • An ability to pass a criminal background check with vulnerable sector screening

Anything on this list would be an asset:

  • Experience with WordPress
  • Startup experience (preferably in a company that grew substantially within the time worked)
  • Good understanding of SEO
  • Good analytical skills (Google Analytics, Segmetrics, Heap, Looker, Tableau, Google Adwords, Facebook Ads, and/or Salesforce)
  • Design experience
  • UI/UX experience
  • Bachelor’s degree in any related field

Working with MakerKids

With us, you’ll enjoy:

  • Compensation commensurate with experience, an annual bonus based on targets, and paid vacation time
  • A generous learning budget
  • Opportunities for growth and advancement
  • Fun social events with the team like karaoke, escape rooms, improv classes, and other activities

This position can be contract-based or permanent, and part-time or full-time depending on the needs and interests of the candidate. All MakerKids staff are currently working remotely and will continue doing so until it is safe to return to office. All MakerKids staff are currently working remotely and will continue doing so until it is safe to return to office or have the option of remaining remote. This position can return to office, or can remain remote indefinitely.

If this opportunity sounds like the meaningful, career-building challenge you’ve been looking for, we can’t wait to meet you!

We strive to build a team that reflects the diversity of the community we work in and encourage applications from traditionally underrepresented groups such as women, visible minorities, Indigenous peoples, people identifying as LGBTQ2SI, veterans, and people with disabilities. If we can make this easier through accommodation in the recruitment process, please contact us.

You have that optimism that you can have a career that changes the world. You want to work with people, make a difference in their lives, and get the breadth of experience you can build a meaningful career on.

You’ll find what you’re looking for here.

We’re MakerKids, developing STEM maker learning programs for kids. We started the first makerspace for kids and now run virtual STEM programs in the world. We ignite kids’ potential and inspire them to be inventors, entrepreneurs, and innovators.

We’ve been featured in major media such as Wired, CTV and the Globe and Mail, and have spoken at SXSW, Maker Faire, MakerCon, and more. We’re growing quickly, and we’re looking for leaders to grow with us and ultimately drive our mission forward. Right now, we’re looking for a new WordPress Developer

WordPress Developer

Your first goal in this position is to run the day-to-day MakerKids website experience. You’ll accomplish this by managing our WordPress speed, UI, design, and SEO. We’ll be very open to any improvements you can make in these.

Practically speaking, you will also:

  • Steward the website we use every day
  • Manage the marketing materials to meet high quality standards
  • Establish website strategies to support MakerKids’ revenue goals
  • Set and implement strategies to grow qualified, profitable external traffic to our products and services, maximize sales and revenue, and meet other business objectives through various marketing strategies. 
  • Build landing pages
  • Recommend the suite of tools, technologies, automation and processes necessary for scaling our website efforts.
  • Execute digital marketing strategies to support company sales lead generation, marketing and branding initiatives to include but not limited to the development and implementation of the following: SEO/SEM, Content Marketing, Marketing database campaigns, Web/online survey campaigns, Multiple call-to-action landing pages, Social media engagement
  • Implement high-end marketing pages with rich UI. You will bring a fundamental understanding of WordPress to your work and build high profile marketing pages. You will collaborate with our team to ensure that the goals are being met and that the delivery is of the highest standard.
  • Convert designs into pixel-perfect responsive web pages
  • Lead the development and environment setup for projects while also actively engaged in programming
  • Work closely with our designers on implementing designs into code
  • Measure and optimize overall web page performances
  • Ensure projects are delivered in a timely fashion
  • Provide timely and accurate estimates for project deliverables
  • Hands-on troubleshooting, debugging and fixing of issues during development and post-release

This is a varied position that will include design and product management components as well, and if you have experience in a startup, that variety will feel familiar. You’ll have our full support to make changes that will make a lasting difference on our business.

You’re the right fit for this role because you have a customer-centric mindset, and are always looking for ways to improve marketing, or tackle high-leverage challenges to make things work better.

Working with MakerKids

With us, you’ll enjoy:

  • Compensation commensurate with experience
  • A generous learning budget
  • Opportunities for growth and advancement
  • Fun social events with the team like karaoke, escape rooms, improv classes, and other activities

This position can be contract-based or permanent, and it is part-time. This position will be remote initially, and could continue to be remote if desired. We are based in Toronto.

Qualifications

If you have these, you’ll be a great fit:

  • 2+ years of professional web development experience
  • Experience growing revenue in a web development position
  • Experience with managing a website/SEO and making/overseeing design
  • Experience with WordPress and Avada
  • Experience maintaining a website, ensuring uptime, increasing speed, and fixing issues
  • Strong leadership experience, grit, and self-starter capabilities
  • Excellent troubleshooting and debugging skills
  • Impeccable written and verbal communication skills as you will be working closely with designers, product managers and occasionally clients
  • An ability to pass a criminal background check with vulnerable sector screening

Anything on this list would be an asset:

  • Full-stack developer experience (we have other development projects that could be a fit)
  • Startup experience (preferably in a company that grew substantially within the time worked)
  • Good understanding of SEO
  • Good analytical skills (Google Analytics, etc)
  • Design experience
  • UI/UX experience
  • Bachelor’s degree in any related field
  • A sophisticated understanding of HTML semantics and ARIA roles, and knowing their correct application
  • Proficient in writing maintainable CSS / SCSS with a strong understanding of Flexbox & experience working with responsive web design CSS frameworks, such as Bootstrap / Zurb Foundation
  • Deep knowledge of Vanilla JavaScript, ES6, jQuery and other popular libraries
  • Familiar with build tools such as WebPack and Gulp
  • In-depth knowledge of WordPress theme usage, template hierarchies, hooks and filters
  • Experience with implements blocks using Gutenberg in WordPress
  • Solid experience in PHP as a programming language
  • Good understanding of a relational database like MySQL/MariaDB
  • Strong understanding of project management tools in the Atlassian Suite (Jira, Bitbucket, Confluence etc.)
  • Solid understanding of agile development practices including sprints, epics, user stories and development tasks.
  • Experience with version control, ideally Git
  • An impressive portfolio / Github handle to demonstrate
  • Experience with Blade templating language is a big plus
  • Knowledge of open-source WordPress theme boilerplates and differences between them
  • Familiar working with tools like Figma and Zeplin
  • Experience working with WordPress as Headless CMS
  • Familiarity with cloud providers, such as Kinsta, WP Engine, AWS, Google Cloud Platform and Digital Ocean
  • Experience with Docker

If this opportunity sounds like the meaningful, career-building challenge you’ve been looking for, we can’t wait to meet you!

We strive to build a team that reflects the diversity of the community we work in and encourage applications from traditionally underrepresented groups such as women, visible minorities, Indigenous peoples, people identifying as LGBTQ2SI, veterans, and people with disabilities. If we can make this easier through accommodation in the recruitment process, please contact us.

In your application, please include:
A link to your GitHub profile if you have one.
A link to your LinkedIn profile if you have one.
A link to your portfolio of work if you have one.

You may include a traditional cover letter as well, although it is not required.

You have that optimism that you can have a career that changes the world. You want to work with people, make a difference in their lives, and get the breadth of experience you can build a meaningful career on.

You’ll find what you’re looking for here.

We’re MakerKids, developing STEM maker learning programs for kids. We started the first makerspace for kids and now run virtual STEM programs in the world. We ignite kids’ potential and inspire them to be inventors, entrepreneurs, and innovators.

We’ve been featured in major media such as Wired, CTV and the Globe and Mail, and have spoken at SXSW, Maker Faire, MakerCon, and more. We’re growing quickly, and we’re looking for leaders to grow with us and ultimately drive our mission forward. Right now, we’re looking for a new IT Manager

IT Manager

Your first goal in this position is to run the day-to-day MakerKids IT. You’ll accomplish this by managing our various softwares and automations. We’ll be very open to any improvements you can make in these.

Practically speaking, you will also:

  • Devise and establish IT policies and systems to support the implementation of company strategies
  • Identify the need for upgrades, configurations or new systems
  • Assist in recruiting, hiring, and providing appropriate training for the business on technology.
  • Responsible for the ordering, acquisition, inventorying, and disposition of hardware and software (including cloud services management).
  • Ensure the continual operation of the IT network including the wireless networks.
  • Maintain security and privacy of the information systems, communication lines and communications equipment, and other IT-related equipment.
  • Develop, review, and certify all backup and disaster recovery procedures and plans.
  • Ensure written documentation is created and maintained to include user and system manuals, license agreements, and all documentation relating to modifications and upgrades.
  • Keep up to date with the most recent technologies and advising on what new technological solutions and their implementation will meet business and systems requirements. Recommend the suite of tools, technologies, automation and processes necessary for scaling our website efforts.
  • Negotiate with supplies of hardware and software to get the best deal, including external support and being responsible for contracting consultants and making service agreements.
  • Execute IT strategies to support company growth and efficiency
  • Convert strategies into simple, easy-to-use, connected systems
  • Measure and optimize overall IT performance
  • Ensure projects are delivered in a timely fashion
  • Provide timely and accurate estimates for project deliverables
  • Provision logins, laptops, etc.
  • Hands-on troubleshooting, debugging and fixing of issues

This is a varied position that will include operations components as well, and if you have experience in a startup, that variety will feel familiar. You’ll have our full support to make changes that will make a lasting difference on our business.

You’re the right fit for this role because you have a customer-centric mindset, and are always looking for ways to improve IT, or tackle high-leverage challenges to make things work better.

Working with MakerKids

With us, you’ll enjoy:

  • Compensation commensurate with experience
  • A generous learning budget
  • Opportunities for growth and advancement
  • Fun social events with the team like karaoke, escape rooms, improv classes, and other activities

This position can be contract-based or permanent, and it is part-time. All MakerKids staff are currently working remotely and will continue doing so until it is safe to return to office. This position will ideally return to office with us.

Qualifications

If you have these, you’ll be a great fit:

  • 2+ years of professional IT experience
  • Experience growing IT systems in an IT position
  • Experience with managing IT in a small company and/or startup
  • Experience with Google Workspace
  • Experience maintaining an IT system, increasing speed, and fixing issues
  • Strong leadership experience, grit, and self-starter capabilities
  • Excellent troubleshooting and debugging skills
  • An ability to pass a criminal background check with vulnerable sector screening
  • Excellent working knowledge of computer systems, cyber security, network, office IT setup and systems administration, and phone systems
  • Experience with information security concepts and industry standards in adherence to security frameworks (ISO27001, SOC 2, NIST, etc.) is a plus
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Strong communication and collaboration skills. You like working across an organization. You will be working closely with colleagues, franchisees and occasionally clients
  • Strong bias towards actions and delivering results
  • Ability to remain calm and professional under pressure and during difficult situations

Anything on this list would be an asset:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in IT-related field or equivalent years of experience
  • 5-8 years technology leadership and program/project/personnel management experience in a fast-paced IT environment
  • Experience with registration softwares, WordPress, Slack, Zendesk, Google Ads, Google Analytics, Facebook Ads Manager, email marketing tools, Learning Management System (LMS), Moodle, Minecraft, Arduino, and/or coding platforms
  • Full-stack developer experience
  • Solid understanding of agile development practices including sprints, epics, user stories and development tasks.
  • An impressive portfolio to demonstrate
  • Familiarity with cloud providers, such as Kinsta, WP Engine, AWS, Google Cloud Platform and Digital Ocean

If this opportunity sounds like the meaningful, career-building challenge you’ve been looking for, we can’t wait to meet you!

We strive to build a team that reflects the diversity of the community we work in and encourage applications from traditionally underrepresented groups such as women, visible minorities, Indigenous peoples, people identifying as LGBTQ2SI, veterans, and people with disabilities. If we can make this easier through accommodation in the recruitment process, please contact us.

You have that optimism that you can have a career that changes the world. You want to work with people, make a difference in their lives, and get the breadth of experience you can build a meaningful career on.

You’ll find what you’re looking for here.

We’re MakerKids, developing maker learning programs for kids, and running virtual camps and after-school programs on Coding, Robotics and Minecraft. We ignite kids’ potential and inspire them to be inventors, entrepreneurs, and innovators.

We’ve been featured in major media such as Wired, CTV and the Globe and Mail, and have spoken at SXSW, Maker Faire, MakerCon, and more. We’re growing quickly, and we’re looking for leaders to grow with us and ultimately drive our mission forward. Right now, we’re looking for a new Social Media Manager.

Social Media Manager

Your first goal in this position is to run the day-to-day social media marketing of our MakerKids experience. You’ll accomplish this by managing our Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Linkedin, Pinterest and TikTok. We’ll be very open to any improvements you can make in these.

Once you’ve learned how our social media marketing runs, you’ll turn your attention to optimizing our social media marketing and growing revenue.

Practically speaking, you will also:
-Focus on MakerKids’ brand and differentiating message, our market and buyer personas, competitive analysis and industry analysis
-Take a proactive, problem-solving approach to improve our current social media marketing procedures and delivery to maximize our revenue
-Take ownership of our social media marketing functions: content, engagement, community management, etc.
-Steward social media design
-Manage the social media marketing materials to meet high quality standards
-Create brand awareness and other marketing activities to increase our growth

This is a varied position, and if you have experience as a Social Media Manager, that variety will feel familiar. You’ll have our full support to make changes that will make a lasting difference on our business.

You’re the right fit for this role because you have a customer-centric mindset, and are always looking for ways to improve marketing, or tackle high-leverage challenges to make things work better.

Working with MakerKids

This position can be contract-based or permanent, and is part-time.

This position will be remote initially and could continue to be remote if desired. We are based in

With us, you’ll enjoy:

-Compensation commensurate with experience and an annual bonus based on targets
-A learning budget
-Opportunities for growth and advancement
-Fun social events with the team like karaoke, escape rooms, improv classes, and other activities

Qualifications

If you have these, you’ll be a great fit:

-Experience growing revenue in a social media marketing position
-Experience with managing promotional calendars, growing followers, making/overseeing design, writing copy that converts, and managing/overseeing social media
-Strong leadership experience, grit, and self-starter capabilities
-An ability to pass a criminal background check with vulnerable sector screening

Anything on this list would be an asset:
-Design experience
-Videography experience
-Bachelor’s degree in any related field

If this opportunity sounds like the meaningful, career-building challenge you’ve been looking for, we can’t wait to meet you!