Working at Goatsocial is REALLY
Goatsocial prides itself on delivering exceptional experiences for our clients. People always ask.. how do you actually deliver great experiences? Well, it’s a fairly simple answer. It’s people like you.
As a project manager, you’re the nucleus of the team: you interact with designers, developers, researchers, content writers, and owners and execs to keep projects healthy, happy, and on track. You also work directly with clients and other decision-makers to help define business goals, align project scope and features, and ensure that everyone has what they need to get the job done. You’ll be planning and writing project documentation, running kickoffs and facilitating all sprints and meetings.
As a visual designer, you’ll take on making both print and digital assets for our many clients. We work with small to medium sized businesses in many sectors, so that could mean making business cards one day and a digital landing page the next. Experience in both print and digital mediums (and the quirks that come with both) is a major asset.
Paid Design Internship
Goatsocial is recruiting a new designer to learn the ways of the digital marketplace. Your focus would be helping develop brand guidelines, choose colour palettes, select typography, and edit images. We’re a full-service studio; you’ll get to work on a variety of projects, helping the team with web design, some print jobs, and possibly some UX/UI if that’s your jam.
Digital Account Manager – Organic Social Media
We are looking for a Digital Account Manager who is passionate about organic social media and can build killer campaigns for Goatsocial and our clients. You’ll work with all members of our team and our clients to produce relevant and exciting photo, video, and graphic content, with plenty of room to flex your creativity!
Jr. Front End Developer
We are looking for a Front-End Web Developer who is motivated to combine the art of design with the art of programming. Responsibilities will include translation of the UI/UX design wireframes to actual code that will produce visual elements of the application. You will work with the UI/UX designer and bridge the gap between graphical design and technical implementation, taking an active role on both sides and defining how the application looks as well as how it works.