Software is eating the world. Software developers are improving quality of experience in every industry - except one: Commercial Insurance.
Why? There is no stack to build on. Why not? It is a harder problem than you might think.
Working on a talented but nimble team, your decisions impact the product directly.
Helping people, help people - it feels good. Build the stack that unlocks an industry.
Not everyone wants a challenge. If you love a puzzle, and owning the outcome, come work with us.
Briza is distributed by design. We are happy to relocate anyone who wants to move to our hometown of Toronto, Canada, from anywhere in the world. You can also work at one of our regional hubs, or stay remote wherever you work best.
Read how Briza makes moving to Canada easy on our blog »
Hardware purchase credit to put toward getting you set up with the best gear to hone your craft, as well as a work-from-home stipend to optimize your home workspace.
We're distributed. We'll support your workspace wherever you are. Relocation to Toronto is also welcome, and we'll support it, but not mandatory.
We want you to recharge and restore when you need to. We have and unlimited paid time off policy and we strongly enforce our minimum vacation time-off policy.
We believe that everyone at Briza should own their work, literally. Get on board our growing startup early!
We offer a generous and flexible parental leave policy, along with a child care benefit.
We encourage our team to learn new skills and technologies to improve their work and themselves.
“Leadership trusts us to decide what’s most important to work on. On my team, we regularly go through the business’s overall goals together and then determine what steps will get us there. The result is a backlog we all believe in. I love working on a team where my voice is heard, my technical opinion is trusted, and we all support one another’s growth.
Continents inhabited by Brizans
of Brizans speak a second language
Capital raised during COVID
Of Brizans who have chosen to relocate to Canada
Average software releases per day at Briza
Average build time in minutes (too long!), on the way to sub-5 minutes tomorrow