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At 3 Degrees, we connect the right people with their next employer. From web designers to digital project managers, interactive ad agencies to game publishers, we specialize in delivering exceptionally personalized and effective service to clients and candidates in the digital realm. Whether you’re looking for direct-hire, contract-to-hire or freelance, you’ve come to the right place.

April 16, 2014
You've Hired Your New Employee! Now, How Do You Retain Them?

We love helping people find the right candidates. But what happens after they're in place? How do you keep them? 

Retention is a real issue for companies everywhere. No matter what you do, what you sell and where you are, it's who you work with that matters most. Like all people in relationships, teams thrive on good chemistry, clear communication, and regular contact. A sudden change to that dynamic can set back projects by weeks.

So if you have a good thing, how do you preserve it? In such a mobile, competitive and candidate-centric market, it's important to develop solid strategies for keeping the right people once you've found them. 

So, what do you do? Bill Conerly at Forbes has some amazing tips. Among them: start tracking retention, train first-level managers to retain great candidates, and offer the things that your candidates value (like benefits, flexibility and sensitivity). 

Beyond basic benefits, the Wall Street Journal suggests providing small perks like free coffee, snacks and even dry cleaning delivery, and conducting "stay interviews." These interviews are designed to help candidates articulate what helps them stay with an employer. That way, the both of you can be on the same page. And no matter how things turn out, you're creating a pool of data from which you can shape future employment policies for the betterment of the company. 

If you've done all these things, and are still experiencing a retention issue, it's time to examine the corporate culture. While it's often said that employees don't leave companies, they leave managers, that's not the whole story. As HR expert Josh Bershin notes, retention requires more than just perks -- it requires strategic thinking. According to Bershin, every company or organization should create a "retention model," a narrative about why people stay and how to keep them there that works on all levels of the business. This narrative should inform all hiring decisions.

Every company or organization has a culture, and those hires who stick around for the long haul are usually a good fit for that culture. As Mozilla's recent history proves, there's more to retention than perks. There's a mission, and a sense of community. Bershin addresses this when he says that

Ultimately the most successful and enduring organizations in business are those that have a common sense of mission, a deep respect for their employees (and customers of course), and put time, energy, and money into building a highly engaging environment. They carefully select the "right people" with lots of hard work, and once people join they take the time to make sure they have development opportunities to move up the value curve.

A thoughtful recruiter can help you find the best fit for your organization. That includes a nuanced understanding of your culture. When you're hiring, it's important that everyone understands the feel of a workplace: the mood, the dynamic, that special something that distinguishes it from somewhere else. A good recruiter is creating a new relationship between the candidate and the company. And like any good matchmaker, a good recruiter wants the relationship to last.

April 6, 2014
Toronto Is Full Of Amazing Tech Opportunity. Here's Why.

When you think of creative uses for technology, you might think of places like Palo Alto, Berlin, or Brooklyn. But Toronto has an extremely strong, vibrant community of developers and creative technologists, with significant personal investment in bringing experimental and captivating new ideas to life. 

It shouldn't come as a surprise that Toronto has such a thriving developer community. Places like Toronto HacklabSite 3 coLaboratory, the Toronto Tool Library and Makerspace, ThingTank Lab, Bento Miso, and Interaccess Studio provide supportive co-working spaces for people of all skill levels to prototype new ideas at all stages of development. From messing around with Raspberry Pi to working a laser cutter, these spaces let Toronto's creative technology community thrive and hone their skills - and the proof is in the local result. For example, the folks at Rethink developed a special beer fridge for Molson that opens at the swipe of a Canadian passport, and installed it in Sochi for the Olympics. 

There's also Arts & Science's contribution to TIFF's David Cronenberg exhibit , a "DNA booth" that appears to merge the user's DNA with that of the master himself, then sends the genetic "mashup" to Facebook. 

And for truly mind-blowing projects, there's the MUSE, a headband by Toronto's InteraXon that senses brainwaves and allows wearers to play games, hone their focus, and interact with other devices.

Toronto is a great place to be involved in creative technology, and a great city to develop your next project, especially for newcomers to Canada . So the next time your out-of-province friends want to know where to develop their next big thing? Tell them all about what’s happening here.

Interested in coming here to join the creative community? Already here and looking for the next big thing for your own career, or want to know who the magic makers are and how you can get involved? Get in touch with us .

February 19, 2014
What You Need To Know about AODA in 2014

It's strategic planning season. As companies and organizations focus on their plans for 2014, they will also have consider how to comply with new or changing government regulations in the new year. 

Specifically, one major challenge facing businesses and organizations of a certain size this year, one that will be getting a lot of attention within digital communications, is the evolving compliance requirements with the Access for Ontarians with Disabilities Act or “AODA”. This is an extension of the Ontarians with Disabilities Act (2001) and the earlier Access for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (2005), the ultimate goal of which is to make the entire province easily and freely accessible to those with disabilities by 2025. 

Why are we realizing the impact of this more significantly in 2014? According to recent reports, 70% of private businesses with more than twenty employees are in a state of non-compliance with the Act. In 2012, businesses had to file an electronic report with the province detailing their efforts to make themselves accessible to customers and employees with disabilities -- everything from ramps and rails to web design and new fonts on brochures. An overwhelming majority of businesses failed to comply or even report, and not one of the businesses in question was investigated. That means that the $24 million dedicated to assuring compliance has gone unspent. When the AODA Alliance filed a Freedom of Information request on the matter, they brought the issue to public attention and the province vowed to enforce the Act more vigourously. 

What does this mean for hiring managers and those seeking new employees in the field of creative technology? If you're an Ontario business of over 50 people, you need to make your websites and content compliant  with WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) 2.0 . And that's not all: when a person with disabilities asks an Ontario business for brochures, literature, or other "communication supports," they must be provided as quickly as possible and at no extra cost. This includes feedback -- if your company's website has a feedback or review option, it also needs to be accessible. The same goes for educational institutions and libraries. If this is all sounding like a bit much, consult the AODA Compliance Wizard to learn exactly what you need to do and when. And don't forget to file your 2014 report early. 

What does this mean for interactive and digital content? Businesses will need, primarily, to ensure that digital content includes alternatives for disabled users. For instance, text alternatives must be provided for any non-text content such as images or videos. Captions should be provided for video. For text-based content such as CAPTCHA logins, an auditory alternative should (and usually is) provided. Colour contrast should be high enough to ensure that all users are able to distinguish text from background. You can see a much more complete list of guidelines at the WCAG website.

The reality is that demands for particular skill sets often evolve commensurate with changes in government standards, regulations and compliance needs… remember Y2K and what it did for the tech sector? As such, designers, coders, technologists, project managers, and other candidates with AODA experience specific to interactive media and digital communications will be in higher demand as more and more existing companies come into compliance. Further, as Toronto still enjoys its status of having one of the largest digital start up communities in the world, the next Mark Zuckerbergs will have to pay very close attention to what the government has to say about the user experience of their new brainchildren.

How 3 Degrees can help:

Part of our ongoing mandate at 3 Degrees is to gear our networking strategy to be ahead of evolutions in the industry. As such, when it comes to compliance with AODA, we know exactly who you need to help get your products up to date with evolving regulations. So: if you are looking to make new hires in these areas, or are figuring out how to make your business more accessible, give us a call. We know how to make your customers - and the province - happy. 

February 11, 2014
For Valentine's Day, Here's How To Love Your Job - Or Find A Job You Love.

It's almost Valentine's Day - the season of love. Some things are easy to love: your partner (if you've got one), your family, your pets, chocolate. But your job? According to a recent US study, 70% of Americans don't love the work they do - and although we're a bit of a happier bunch in the Great White North, at least half of us are also likely to be unhappy at work. 

The thing is, if you want to be happy overall, loving your job is important.  It's where you spend an average of 1900 hours a year, after all. And if you spend your days in a place you don't like, you'll end up stressed out, burned out, and no fun on dates. 

Maybe you've just fallen out of love with your work. It happens. You get bored. Things become too routine…too mundane. You wonder where you're going, or what you're getting out of it. You start thinking about all the other things you could be doing -- whether it's pursuing a personal project or finally catching up on Scandal. And just like any relationship, you've got to take stock and ask yourself some tough questions. What's different? Why do I feel this way? And what can I do to change it?

The likelihood is, loving your job more than golf, horseback riding or scuba-diving isn’t realistic for the vast majority of us. After all, it’s still work. However, having a realistic level of job satisfaction is very important to both your work and your personal relationships. If you feel a return to the honeymoon phase of your relationship with work is what you need, your first step might be to question your perspective. It might sound silly or overly simple, but there can be enormous power in a simple shift in outlook - particularly in a situation where the basic facts (micromanaging boss, boring work) are unlikely to change. 

You might also look at changing the people you work with. Your colleagues can make or break almost any job. Whether it's your team or your customers, they're the ones who have the most influence over how your average day is going to rank on the satisfaction scale. So if you're not happy, maybe you need a different crowd. Ask about working with a different team, or try to make new friends at work. Or find a new job entirely - one where the culture fits your personality and working style. 

Finally, here's something you can do right now to get results by Valentine's Day: you can make the decision every day to build positive relationships with your coworkers. This in turn will create a happier work environment, and closer ties to your co-workers, the people you spend the bulk of your time with, in turn translating to greater on-the-job satisfaction and a burgeoning network. Simple things you can try include making eye contact, asking follow-up questions, learning who the people in those pictures on your co-workers' desks are. When you start making core value connections at work, you'll probably start loving your job, and the people you share it with, a whole lot more.

If none of this resonates, and the bottom line is that you simply need a job you love (almost) every single day - then get in touch.

December 15, 2013
Hiring During The Holidays - The 2 Biggest Problems, And How To Fix Them

It's the holiday season, and many employers have added a third contender to their "Naughty" and "Nice" lists: "Positions to Be Filled." And just like all forms of end-of-year procrastination, the consequences can be dire -- do you want to wait until Christmas Eve to find the perfect candidate? Of course not. And yet, so many employers find themselves doing just that, and losing candidates as a result. Here's why. 

Ideally, organizations who know they have positions to fill by the end of the year should start the recruitment process in October or November. This gives them plenty of time to find the right candidate, and it's usually a time of year when candidates, hiring managers, and decision makers are less likely to be traveling. This is key, because starting the recruitment process on time means having open, honest communication between hiring management and the decision makers who will ultimately do the hiring. It's all well and good if HR has found the right candidate, but if a decision can't be made, the candidate is likely to either find something better, or drift away.

Drift is the other problem with hiring late in the year. Considering change at the end of the year is difficult for many employees who might actually have a better opportunity somewhere else. It's the season for both corporate parties and end-of-year bonuses, which means employees are at the peak of their warm-and-fuzzy feelings for their co-workers. Also, employees are often imagining at their credit card bills at this time of year, and aren't looking forward to a gap in pay or entering a probationary period. This creates a powerful inertia that can be tough to overcome. 

That inertia is especially dangerous for departments that must spend their budgets on new hires by the end of the year in order to justify and maintain those budgets. While this is primarily a problem for those looking to hire contract or freelance work, keep in mind that contractors may be expecting full-time positions at their current workplace, and may be less inclined to start over from scratch when facing the prospect of a new job. 

So, how do you overcome that inertia? It may be expensive, if you're in the position to buy out a bonus. Or you may have to add something sweet to the hiring package, like extra personal days or lieu time -- especially if the new arrangement means a change in location or commute. The most important thing to do when trying to make a hire at this time of year is to build a relationship between your organization and the candidate. Spend time together. Send emails. Take them on tours. Invite them to the holiday party! Give them a taste of what life could be like with you, and give them a vision of where they would fit into your team. Remind them that the New Year is a great time to re-consider career paths, and give them something to look forward to.

December 12, 2013
CEO Harry Manson in Marketing Magazine on the Rise of the Digital Strategist

Our very own CEO, Harry Manson, penned an article in Marketing Magazine's Salary Benchmarks series on why it really is possible to hire a digital strategist who knows what s/he is doing:

"Requests for digital strategists have reached an all-time high and I’m happy… I think. This is a great indication of the maturity of digital as a marketing discipline, but as more agencies strive to keep up with the Joneses, the increased demand for the market’s latest and greatest digital discipline is bound to trend towards inflated compensation or substandard quality.

(Remember when IA’s with two wireframes under their belt were charging $80 an hour? Shh. Never speak of it again.)

So who has the real goods?"

To find out, read the full article at the Marketing Magazine website.

December 4, 2013
What Makes 3 Degrees Different?

There are so many different recruitment firms in Toronto that it can be tough for individual firms to distinguish themselves, to stand out in the crowd. How do we do it? 

First, we do one thing, and we do it well. When the recruitment industry first started up, most firms focused on older, more established jobs. That's not true of us. We focus on bringing people in the creative technology field together with the people who need them. Typically we work with ad agencies, marketing firms, communications companies and digital product staff to find them the best, most ground-breaking talent that our area has to offer. And that's all we do. We don't do IT. We don't do finance or accounting. We work with digital people, for digital people. And that's it. And because we're not distracted, we perform better.

If anything, how we do what we do is as much about what we don't do. Unfortunately, the combination of  market saturation and a surplus of job sites means that many other firms have simply lost the art of recruitment. We haven't. If the Internet were to suddenly short out and stop functioning tomorrow, we would still be able to do business. That's because we don't scrape listings from job boards. We aren't constantly searching Craigslist or Monster for people who don't know how what their true talents are or how to market themselves properly. We actively hunt for the best candidates, instead of passively waiting for the open market to deliver them to us. So by the time our candidates reach you, they're already the best. 

And bringing the best staff to you means having the best staff here at home. Before our staff can perform their duties, we test them on the latest tools, trends, and technology to make sure they understand the context they're working in and the placements they're making. And then we follow up regularly with our placements to make sure that everything is going just as well as we thought it would. That's how we've maintained double the win : loss ratio of our competitors. 

Is it easy? No. Being the best is never easy. We just make it look that way.

August 27, 2013
Marketing Magazine's 2013 Salary Survey

3 Degrees is proud to announce its participation in Marketing Magazine's upcoming salary survey. After a record breaking year, 3 Degrees continues to be a trusted source for information on growth and change within the digital sector.

August 27, 2013
We're Expanding

3 Degrees is pround to announce its expansion into the Calgary marketplace. We are excited to expand our existing service level offering in the west coast and we are actively seeking staff in this geography for the following positions:

Managing Director

Account Executive

Digital Recruiter

We'd love to hear from you so please reach out!

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Current Opportunities

Job title Link Posted Description
.Net Team Lead Job Listing Jan 26, 2015 Category : Application Developer
Location/City : ON - Toronto

Located in downtown Toronto, our client is rapidly growing and they have an immediate need for a .Net Team Lead.  This is a fantastic opportunity to join a highly productive and talented team of web developers.  This is a permanent, full-time opportunity and is approved to start immediately.

As .Net Team Lead, you will be responsible for enhancing two integral systems to their core business.  These are large applications leveraging web services and REST-based architecture, including complex queries.  You'll be working with the business units and architect to design and develop solutions utilizing WCF, among other technologies.  The .Net Team Lead will be responsible for building Technical Requirements Documents, Project Plans, costing and time estimations, and running weekly meetings.  It is imperative that you have great communication skills to effectively communicate and fit in well with the team.

To be considered for the .Net Team Lead position, you should have a minimum of 5 years' experience building .Net solutions utilizing Web Services and WCF.  Experience with MVC is preferred.  The .Net Team Lead should be a highly skilled a proficient developer in building business solutions and solving business problems with technology.  You should be able to show your strength in .Net solutions and have examples of how your coaching and mentorship of other developers added to the success of development teams in the past.  Lastly, the .Net Team Lead should be able to illustrate specific examples of how you have been responsible for thinking up your own solutions and not simply following someone else's methodology to solve issues. 


Senior Project Manager Job Listing Jan 19, 2015 Category : Project Manager
Location/City : ON - Toronto

Senior Project Managers!! We have an exciting new Senior Project Manager opportunity with our downtown Toronto client! This is scheduled to start immediately and last for a minimum of 9 months.

Our client is a highly successful team within the Digital Marketing department of a large corporation. Supporting the business units, working with multiple stakeholders, the Senior Project Manager will help to quarterback the requirements gathering, designing and developing of digital media solutions, and ensure that all deadlines continue to be met. With more of a focus on the business, it is important that the Senior Project Manager ensures the team operates as a unit, while keeping an eye on the prize to deliver. It is essential that the Senior Project Manager stays extremely detailed, always knowing what each member of the team is working on and what the status of the project is to keep stake holders and management up to speed.

To be considered for the Senior Project Manager position, you must have a minimum of 6 years' experience, be focused on execution, excited to remove roadblocks for the team and deliver clarity. Having a minimum of 2 years' experience with Digital Media projects will be necessary to be successful in this position. The Senior Project Manager must be able to show examples of how their ability to encourage and motivate a team has ensured successful deliveryof many projects. Communication and presentation skills are paramount to this role. Lastly, the Senior Project Manager must be able to show examples of how they have managed vendors in the past as a part of a successful team.

Junior To Intermediate Project Manager - Digital Signage Job Listing Jan 16, 2015 Category : Client Services - Agency
Location/City : ON - Richmond Hill

Our Client, an Award Winning Consulting Agency in Richmond Hill specialized in digital signage solutions, is looking for a Junior to Intermediate Project Manager to join the team on a permanent basis. This is the opportunity to work on some very exciting projects, predominately in the Retail sector.The Role: Integral to the Planning Process, you will oversee multiple high profile projects Coordinate construction architecture and project installations for some awesome mixed metal and digital signage projectsQualifications: 3-4 years of experience in project management Background in digital and/or metal signage Experience in Retail/Corporate verticals Great communication skills and someone who takes initiativeIf you have the necessary qualifications and are interested in learning more please apply online with your up-to-date resume.We thank all those applicants who apply but due to time constraints only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Digital Designer / Production Artist Job Listing Jan 16, 2015 Category : Creative/Design
Location/City : ON - Toronto

Our client, an extremely innovative advertising and marketing agency located in mid-town Toronto is seeking an Digital Designer / Production Artist to joint their dynamic team!

This is a full-time permanent position for someone who is ready to bring their original thinking and creative skills to the table and are experienced and able to hit the ground running. Fully adept with Illustrator, Photoshop, indesign & CS6.

The ideal candidate will be comfortable working with a team of creatives, has the ability to wear multiple hats, having experience in all facets; from Digital in all forms to Traditional.

They will bring creative design that will make a meaningful contribution to big name campaigns in a fast-paced, fun, and encouraging environment.

If you fit this description and would like the opportunity to work on clients in a variety of sectors including Not-For-Profit and Consumer Packaged Goods, we want to hear from you! Please apply with your updated resume and a link to your portfolio.

IOS Developer - contract to hire Job Listing Jan 14, 2015 Category : Mobile Developer
Location/City : ON - Toronto

Job Summary:We are looking for a strong iOS developer with the brilliance and credibility to be able to work with passionate, roll-up-your-sleeves, talented people to develop innovative client-facing solutions. Each experience we create on mobile devices demands a superior design and usability experience. We work on some of the most pristine, high-end projects for some of the most well-known brands in Canada and the US, such as Univision, PBS, Microsoft, Starz, CBC, Bell, Rogers and Shaw.Our fun and dynamic team make for a relaxed, easy-going environment in which people can enjoy themselves while watching their ideas turn to reality; adding up to limitless professional and personal growth.Do you drink Cocoa all day long?Do you get excited when you are able to refactor your code from O(n^2) efficiency to O(log n)?Do you love the challenge of developing the right UI/UX for mobile users and live for the excitement of creating cool interfaces?Do you keep on top of all things Apple and enjoy reading blogs and articles regarding the world of iOS development?If so, then this is the team you want to join. We care about software craftsmanship, constantly improving our work and ourselves while having fun doing it.Our ideal candidate has: Strong iOS development experience with an impressive iOS project (or several!) in the app store. Strong background in software engineering with a degree in CS/SE or an equivalent background in software engineering through work experience. Strong experience and knowledge of Design and Architectural patterns and knows when to apply them A solid understanding of mobile design as well as iOS frameworks and development Experience with GIT, JIRA, and Agile development practices and tools. The desire to want to work with team members and learn from each other's strengths and weaknesses Strong communication skills and knows when to ask for help and bounce ideas and solutions off of peers.Bonus points for: Experience with Auto Layout and iOS8 Adaptive Layout Has gotten their hands dirty with Swift Experience with TDD/BDD and Continuous Integration with Bots or other CI Experience mentoring junior engineers and leading teams. Some experience in areas besides iOS (e.g. Android, web development, etc.) Enjoys working on side projects on free time, reads tech blogs, enjoys going to tech meetups.What We Offer: Competitive salary GoodLIfe Corporate Membership Comprehensive benefits package Flexible working hours Fun, relaxed work environment Games room with Foosball, XBox One, Playstation 3, Wii U, etc. Work with the brightest team in the industry Monthly team social events Fully stocked fridge with free beverages and beer Monthly lunch and learns

Email Marketing Specialist Job Listing Jan 13, 2015 Category : Marketing
Location/City : ON - Toronto

Our client, a dynamic Marketing Agency located in Downtown Toronto, is seeking an Email Marketing Specialist to join their creative and ambitious team! This is a full-time permanent, on-site position!

The Email Marketing Specialist will be responsible for the build, deployment and post campaign reporting of all email marketing campaigns for clients. They will report to the Head of Email Marketing & Digital CRM and support the Email Marketing team in all email production, planning and implementation. The Email Marketing Specialist will also work alongside our technical, creative, strategy and account teams to help define innovative integrated email marketing campaigns and strategies.

Required Skills:

Experience with Email Deployment Platforms

Data manipulation, working in MS Access and MS Excel

Intermediate knowledge in HTML, CSS (Cascading Style Sheets)

Familiarity with mainstream email clients and message formats.

Strong ability to fix bugs and troubleshoot problems

Critical Attributes:

An interest in new technology and exploring creative ways of meeting business needs through technological solutions

Proactive thinker and communicator

Detail oriented and able to meet deadlines

Experience with Email Deployment Platforms like ExactTarget, Yesmail, Epsilon, Mailchimp, CampaignMonitor etc. would be considered a strong asset.

If this sounds like the role for you please apply with your up to date resume!

Sales Support Coordinator Job Listing Jan 13, 2015 Category : Client Services NonAgency
Location/City : ON - Toronto

A client of ours is hiring a Sales Support Coordinator for their Toronto office located on Young and Eglington. Are you an individual who likes to stay on top of things and would like to join an exciting online retail team? Well, this could be the next gig for you!

The Sales Support Coordinator will be the point of contact for all things to do with sales on the client's website. They will help support for booking placements, reporting, creative management, coupon management and placements, store page updates and insights in terms of what will help drive sales and build business for merchants on the client's website.

Job Requirements:

Must have a minimum of 1 year of experience working in an online advertising or sales environment
Previous experience supporting a sales team, working directly with clients is an asset
Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communications skills
Serious stickler for detail and accuracy
Proficient in excel, powerpoint
Able to work in fast paced environment and make timely quality decisions
Proven ability to organize, prioritize and multitask in a fast-paced environment with constant interruptions

If you are interested, please apply with an updated resume. Thanks in advance to all those who apply but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Russian Search Marketing Lead Job Listing Jan 13, 2015 Category : SEO/SEM Strategist
Location/City : ON - Toronto

Do you speak Russian? Are you a proven Search Marketing Lead? We have an extremely exciting opportunity for someone looking to join a highly successful team of marketing professionals to grow the online presence of the Russian arm of our client's business. This is a full-time permanent opportunity located in Toronto, scheduled to start in early February.

As the Search Marketing Lead, you will be responsible for developing and managing search programs to grow the consumer base in their Russian business. You will also be responsible for the search engine marketing and search engine optimization programs for the company, including initiatives on Yandex and Google, as well as on and off-site search optimization tactics. The Search Marketing Lead will be setting up campaigns in Yandex Commander and Google Adwords, including copywriting, keyword development and bid targeting; ongoing optimization of SEM programs.

To be considered for the Search Marketing Lead, you must be fluent in Russian and have a minimum of 2 years of marketing experience generating traffic to a website, especially an eCommerce site. You should have proven experience with examples of successful SEM and SEO experience. The Search Marketing Lead must also have strong analytical skills and reporting capabilities with proficiency in excel and a love for big data.

Front-End Web Developer Job Listing Jan 11, 2015 Category : Web Developer
Location/City : ON - Toronto

Do you have a passion for front-end web development? Are you a wiz at building graphics-heavy web apps? We've got your next project! Our client in downtown Toronto is looking for a Front-End Developer to help them build their latest web application for one of their clients. They are an award-winning interactive agency that is well known for building attractive and functional web applications. This is a challenging full-time permanent role to join a highly successful team, starting as soon as possible!

As a Front-End Developer, you will be working with the Technical Lead and Creative Producer to build a graphics-heavy web application that meets client requirements. As the only Front-End Developer on this particular project, you'll be responsible for being an independent worker and self-managing your workload to ensure project timelines are met. This won't be your typical flat site, and will have much more focus on heavy graphics.

To be considered for this Front-End Developer position, you must have a minimum of 3 years' experience building web applications and have strong examples of your expertise in JavaScript, HTML and CSS. Any experience with the following is preferred: canvas work or webGL, pixie.js, three.js, phaser, or raphael. If this sounds like you, we want to hear from you! Apply online today!

Marketing Manager Job Listing Jan 8, 2015 Category : Marketing
Location/City : ON - Toronto

Our client, a staple in Canadian Culture and the Arts has an immediate, rare and exciting 6 month contract opportunity for a Marketing Manager. Located in the heart of Downtown Toronto, Our Client is easily accessible via many different transit routes. The successful candidate will be managing the relationships with clients in key Business, Retail and CPG verticals.Responsibilities: Managing all marketing for the company and activities within the marketing department Overall responsibility for brand management and corporate identity Maintain effective internal communications to ensure that all relevant company functions are kept informed of marketing objectives Analyzing potential strategic partner relationships for company marketing. Developing the marketing strategy for the company in line with company objectives and build a 360 degree customer viewQualifications: Background in both Traditional and Digital Marketing Confident and Consultative Proven track record in brand management and strategy Proven track record in CPG, Retail and/or Business verticals

Intermediate Digital Project Manager Job Listing Dec 11, 2014 Category : Project Manager
Location/City : ON - Onatrio

We have a very exciting full-time permanent position for an intermediate digital project manager at a reputable agency in downtown Toronto .

You would have the opportunity to work on major campaigns for clients in all verticals including several in the CPG, Retail, and Food and Beverage categories.

To be qualified for this position you must have 3-4 years of experience in digital project management within an agency environment and have a proven track record of managing concurrent projects, delivering projects on time, on budget, and to the client's satisfaction. Experience with Microsoft Project would be a strong asset. In your day to day work you will be actively managing budgets, resources, and schedules, as well as act as a point of contact for clients, developers, and third-party vendors. The team is looking for someone who can hit the ground running and have a "take ownership" attitude.

This position would begin in January but the team would like to interview early next week. If you think you have the necessary experience and meet the qualifications please apply online with your up-to-date resume.

HTML5 Developer Job Listing Nov 18, 2014 Category : Web Developer
Location/City : ON - Richmond Hill

Javascript/GUI Developer


Extensive Knowledge in JavaScript development (EXT JS, angular.js, ember.js, node.js, etc.,)
Knowledge of HTML5 and CSS3 (HTML4 and CSS2 will be considered).
Experience with Groovy or similar language (Ruby, Python)
5-8 years of Java/J2EE development experience
3-5 year of Spring/JSF/Grails development experience
In Depth Experience and Good understanding of RDBMS (preferably DB2) and SQL


  • Experience with ORM (Hibernate, MyBatis)
  • Familiar with PCI standards and programming practices.
  • Previous experience with JS frameworks, preferably EXTJS 3 or 4/Sencha
  • Touch but other frameworks will be considered such as: jQuery or angular, or ember, or node, or Dojo, etc.,
  • Experience with Tomcat 6 and above in UNIX/Windows OS.
    Experience in building applications for mass public access.
  • Anti-Hacking practices, i.e. developing with regard to Code and SQL Injection/Cross site scripting

Senior UX/UI Designer Job Listing Nov 9, 2014 Category : User Experience
Location/City : ON - Toronto

Our downtown Toronto client has an immediate opening for a Senior UX/UI Designer.  This is a permanent, full-time opportunity at an extremely exciting and rapidly growing startup!

The Senior UX/UI Designer will be responsible for working with the Product and Development teams, as well as the account teams to lead all design capabilities for projects.  In addition to being a hands-on designer, you will be leading all the design processes for projects.  The Senior UX/UI Designer will understand what motivates the users, understand the business goals, and understand the product team to effectively conduct user interviews, and present all ideas to the product team. 

To be considered for the Senior UX/UI Designer, you must have a minimum of 4 years experience designing user interfaces and user experiences for online products, and be responsible for the design processes.  Communication skills are key in this role, especially being able to convey your ideas clearly.  The Senior UX/UI Designer should be able to work efficiently, be responsive to tight timelines and be able to work independently with minimal supervision.  It's important to be a self-starter in this role and not only know what needs to be done, but have the initiative to do it.

C++ Developer Job Listing Oct 28, 2014 Category : Application Developer
Location/City : ON - Richmond Hill

Our client in Richmond Hill is seeking a strong programmer with exceptional C++ experience. This is a full-time permanent position onsite.Required Skills:* Masters, or Ph.D. in Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics or Engineering Minimum 6 years of experience as a C++ developer . Exceptional C++ programming skills Basic knowledge of SQL Capable of supporting current applications in a C/C++ in a Windows or Linux/Unix environment Ability to follow coding standards and properly document source code and other engineering solutions Write Specifications and design documents, unit tests. Participate in formal design and code reviews. Algorithm development with C++ Experience working within a team environment Proven ability to manage multiple IT projects at a time with significant complexity Strong analytical and problem solving skills with a high attention to detail Excellent understanding of event driven programming techniques in multi-threaded environmentsThis client offers an excellent working environment with lots of perks including personal and company bonuses, flexible hours, and catered lunches. If you have the necessary skillset and are interested in learning more please apply online with your up-to-date resume.

Junior Account Coordinator Job Listing Aug 5, 2014 Category : Sales/Business Dev.
Location/City : ON - Toronto

Junior Account CoordinatorHave you ever thought about being a Recruitment Sales-person?Executive search is a billion dollar international industry that offers a lot of exciting potential for the right person, including:Great Career GrowthIndividual FreedomAn Entrepreneurial EnvironmentThe Opportunity to Work with Industry LeadersAdvancing Compensation3 Degrees Creative Resourcing is a boutique recruiting and consulting firm dedicated to the digital marketing, creative and communications professions. Within these specialties, we are a trusted partner for executive search, direct-hire, contract-to-hire, and freelance recruitment consulting. Located in the heart of downtown Toronto, 3 Degrees has solidified a reputation for finding the best candidates for the job, every time. We are seeking a recent graduate to join our team as a Junior Recruitment Coordinator. We are interested in outgoing professional individuals who are motivated by achievement and thrive on the idea that they can control their own level of success while contributing to the overall growth of our business.At 3 Degrees, we are constantly striving towards improving the quality of our corporate culture and individual achievement while maintaining our core values which include:
Championing our client's interestsDoing the right thingHonesty and integrityBehaving fairly and equitablyRewarding Merit Responsibilities include:- Establishing relationships with prospective clients- Engage clients through proper and prospective business development practices- Work with recruitment team to identify successful candidates for your client- Working directly with senior staff towards mentorship and advancement- Advancing towards promotion, and increases in responsibility- Participation in technical training seminars and creative/tech events- Management of client relationships and contract administrationQualifications:- Strong communication skills, both verbal and written- Strong interpersonal skills and the desire to meet new people- Interest in digital media, interactive media and/or digital and creative communications- Proficiency with Microsoft Office programs- Strong organizational skills- Ability to work independently and as part of a team- Ability to work with minimal supervision- Desire to work in an entrepreneurial environment with opportunities for advancementIf you feel you have the motivation, skills and attitude to be a successful contributor to our team, we definitely want to hear from you.

Junior Recruitment Coordinator - Digital Media Job Listing Aug 4, 2014 Category : Sales/Business Dev.
Location/City : ON - Toronto

Have you ever thought about being a Head Hunter?Executive search is a billion dollar international industry that offers a lot of exciting potential for the right person, including:- Great Career Growth- Individual Freedom- An Entrepreneurial Environment- The Opportunity to Work with Industry Leaders- Advancing Compensation3 Degrees Creative Resourcing is a boutique recruiting firm dedicated to the digital marketing, creative and communications professions. What does that mean? We recruit top notch candidates in the areas of social media, web development and design, digital strategy, client services, project management, and more for our clients. Located in the heart of downtown Toronto, 3 Degrees has solidified a reputation for finding the best candidates for the job, every time. We are seeking a recent graduate to join our team as a Junior Recruitment Coordinator. We are interested in outgoing professional individuals who are motivated by achievement and thrive on the idea that they can control their own level of success while contributing to the overall growth of our business.At 3 Degrees, we are constantly striving towards improving the quality of our corporate culture and individual achievement while maintaining our core values which include:- Championing our client's interests- Doing the right thing- Honesty and integrity- Behaving fairly and equitably- Rewarding MeritResponsibilities Include:- Supporting Recruitment Activities by identifying and qualifying potential candidates- Reviewing resumes and performing interviews- Phone Screening and Reference Checking- Working directly with senior staff- Advancing towards promotion and increases in responsibility- Participation in technical training seminars and creative/tech events- Management of candidate relationships and contract administrationQualifications:- Strong communication skills, both verbal and written- Strong interpersonal skills and the desire to meet new people- Interest in digital media, interactive media and or digital and creative communications- Proficiency with Microsoft Office programs- Strong organizational skills- Ability to work independently and as part of a team- Ability to work with minimal supervision- Desire to work in an entrepreneurial environment with opportunities for advancementIf you feel you have the motivation, skills and attitude to be a successful contributor to our team, we definitely want to hear from you. Please apply with your up-to-date resume and a cover letter outlining why you are our next junior recruitment coordinator.

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