Millions of people around the world interact with our software.
campers will register
camp staff will be hired
groups will book a conference center
Happy camp admins
Everyone has the opportunity to contribute. Whether it’s determining strategy or setting the product road map, we encourage diverse opinions and value each voice. We seek out people with these innate qualities:
You have the ability to learn new concepts and apply them to your work.
You are trusted to get things done and you deliver exceptional solutions.
You have empathy. You care about our clients, your work and your coworkers.
Family Camp weekends
Every fall, CampBrain sponsors a family weekend at camp, featuring classic camp activities, campfires, board games and more.
Around the office
Regular potlucks and cookie exchanges keep us having fun –
Axe-throwing, archery-dodgeball, baseball games, go-carting, bowling and poker nights: We take team bonding seriously.
Our annual user conference helps build rock-solid relationships with our clients. It’s a fun, informative event that always gets rave reviews.
Helping kids – especially those from underserved communities – experience the joys of camp is a primary focus for our engagement efforts.
Canoe Head for Kids
A portage-and-paddle event across Toronto’s waterfront to raise money for Amici, a charity that sends kids to camp.
Kids in Camp
Runs, walks and other fundraising events aimed at sending kids to camp.
Volunteering on the Board of Directors, organizing conferences and contributing to efforts to get more kids to camp.
Millions of people interact with CampBrain, and hundreds of millions of dollars run through our software, so our development team has to be at the top of their game.
We’re thoughtful about process and intentional about improving it.
Our engineers make valuable contributions at all stages of software design, starting with feature discovery.
We have a culture of collaboration where teammates eagerly help each other.
Thanks to our exceptional Operations Team, our customer service is world class – and a huge point of pride for us.
Responsible for setting up and training clients, and acting as their personal advisors to make sure their first year is the best it can be.
Ensures phone calls are answered by real people and problems are solved with creativity and thoughtfulness, especially in the critical April-to-August months when the pace increases significantly.
On call for those times when a client has a special project or an emergency.
Create pixel-perfect and clever custom reports for our clients, including invoices, statements, rosters, contracts and more. They are experts with SQL and retrieving and presenting data.
The face of CampBrain for potential clients, the Business Development Team helps ensure long, successful relationship with our customers.
CampBrain marketing strategy
Designed and implemented by our BusDev Team.
They introduce hundreds of potential new clients to CampBrain every year.
They travel to represent CampBrain at 30-35 camp conferences every year.
Learning and leadership
The BusDev Team organizes and leads “Admins Unite” a panel discussion designed to share best practices.
We are our people. When they thrive, so do we.
Diversity and inclusion
Building an environment that’s welcoming to all and respectful of everyone matters, and we are learning how to be more deliberate and thoughtful in this area.
Develop a personalized, fully funded learning plan to accelerate your goals – even if they’re not tied to your current position.
An annual stipend that can be used for fitness, health or learning opportunities.
The majority of our non-entry level positions are filled internally.
Get support and guidance to help you make the jump to other positions within the company, even into management roles.
We support participation in the wider dev community through Product Meetups, a UX book club and attendance at conferences and tech events.
We’re located in the Studio City building in downtown Toronto. Built around 1890, it used to house the Heintzman & Company piano factory and the Victoria Tin Works. With its wooden beams, exposed brick lots of natural light, it’s a great space to work in.
The CampBrain office is just an 11-minute walk from the King subway station and a 20-minute walk from Union Station.
Ride your bike
An elevator makes it easy to bring your bike up to the office. There’s even a secure space inside in which to store it.
Everything you’d want is near the office: Coffee shops, restaurants, the St. Lawrence Market and the Distillery District. We have a walk Score of 98, a transit score of 100 and a bike score of 97.
We support work-from-home set ups whenever possible and do everything we can to ensure they’re seamless and productive. In fact, many CampBrain staff members currently WFH throughout Canada.
CampBrain is a certified dog-friendly workplace.
We’re serious about reducing waste and minimizing our carbon footprint.
We love to work with great people that want to make delightful software for camps and/or serve the amazing folks use that software. Whether we have the perfect position open right now or not, if you think CampBrain may be a great fit for you, then contact us!
We’re looking for a full-stack developer to join our team immediately. (April 2021)