Located in Toronto, Ulula is a social enterprise that equips organizations with technology, data and analytics to monitor risks of human rights abuses in order to create more responsible supply chains. Our mandate is to improve working conditions in mining, manufacturing and agribusiness by sourcing and processing accurate and timely insights directly from workers across the globe. We have projects across the globe including India, Peru, South Africa and China with clients ranging from NGOs to government departments to household name brands.
Since our launch in 2013, we have been awarded the OCE Discovery Social Enterprise Pitch Competition and named Best Social Enterprise at InnovateTO150.
We’re building a visionary product to deliver value for our customers across diverse industries, and look to create social value for all. We value diversity in background, and operate across multiple countries across North America, Latin America, Africa and Asia. We are always happy to hear from highly professional business development, development, architecture, support engineering and strategy and business consulting people.
If you share our vision and passion and are interested in building more transparent, accountable and effective supply chains, please see our current job openings below.
Ulula is committed to maintaining a diverse work environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants, regardless of race, colour, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status will receive consideration for employment. If you have any accessibility requirements or concerns regarding the hiring process or employment with us, please notify us so we can provide suitable accommodation.
Ulula is hiring two summer interns as a part of The Good & Well Social Impact Internship Program. Throughout the summer internship program, Good & Well provides participants with opportunities to work with dynamic, high-potential social ventures as well as to learn from and network with professionals working within the social impact ecosystem in Toronto. You can learn more about the program here.
The successful intern will be building and iterating on functional applications to support Ulula’s external and internal clients. The intern will collaborate with Product Owners, Product Designers, other Developers and QA throughout the software development life cycle. In this role, the intern will be a team player with a keen eye for detail and problem-solving skills while working in an Agile methodology. Read more here
The successful intern will be working closely with the Ulula Solutions team, supporting the setup and configuration of worker engagement programs to be deployed with Ulula’s partners and clients around the globe. The intern will collaborate with other deployment leads on the Solutions team to learn to lead tasks like management of content, translations, configurations, testing, and engagement with clients during implementation. In this role, the intern will learn to be a team player with a keen eye for detail and problem-solving skills while learning to apply and improve project management workflows. The intern will also have the opportunity to learn from experienced project managers and client leads, as well as the development team that supports the platform’s growth. Read more here