Startup jobs of the week: Canvass Analytics, Skritswap, Real Estate Webmasters

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Every day, Canada’s tech startups post their latest and greatest job opportunities on Jobs.BetaKit, powered by Jobbio. From early-stage to Series B and beyond, Jobs.BetaKit helps startups from all over the country hire Canada’s top tech talent.

Each week, BetaKit will highlight a selection of the job roles posted to Jobs.BetaKit. If you’re a candidate looking for a position at a tech Canadian startup, survey the selection below or view all the posted positions here. For companies in need of top candidates, scroll to the bottom of this post to learn how to get your roles posted to Jobs.BetaKit!

Jobs of the Week (March 22, 2019):

Toronto

Canvass Analytics – Data Scientist Lead

Canvass Analytics’s new Data Scientist will build their Reinforcement Learning models and coach a young team. This is a chance to use advanced quantitative and statistical analysis techniques to drive business innovation and to help solve some of the most complex processes in the Industrial sector. This is an opportunity to contribute to the development and deployment of modern artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, operational research, semantic analysis, and statistical methods for finding structure in large data sets.

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