Goalcast
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Goalcast Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Cyrus Gorjipour and Salim Sader
  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Industry
    Media & Communication
  • Headquarters
    Montreal
  • Link
    Goalcast website
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Montréal, QC

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Video Editor in Montréal, QC
on 26 January 2021
A Great Place to Work
Goalcast is an environment where you continuously learn, grow, innovate, and work on meaningful projects, leaving you inspired and driven every day. It's fast-paced, challenging, and competitive, yet exciting and motivating. The entire team works hard together to ensure we all show up as our best selves, and use our strengths. It's a space where I feel supported. The management is very honest and transparent, and I feel like I can 100% trust every team member. Personally, this is the best job I've ever had, and I'm so grateful for getting to do meaningful work every day.
Relationship Manager in Montréal, QC
on 19 November 2020
Best place to work if you have the desire to create an impact in the world & be your best self
Every day I'm amazed by the quality of people that work at Goalcast. I have been indifferent to organizations where they promote their values but it's one thing to promote them and another to embody them. At Goalcast I saw the difference, less talk and more action. People want to change and be their best selves and they are ready to do the work, even the founders of the company. It's beautiful to see. Great place to grow and collaborate, you will never work in a silo.
Partnerships Manager in Montréal, QC
on 12 August 2020
Entrepreneurial Environment Filled With Big Dreamers
Goalcast is incredible at recognizing potential in their workers and with a full team of driven and creative employees, it's a fantastic place to develop both professionally and as a human. The culture in Goalcast is based primarily around self-development, which is objectively a very good thing as it allows for vulnerability and meaningful growth with your team. I'd strongly recommend clarifying your role, learning opportunities, and direct mentors during the interview - as well as how your role can be most efficiently done. If you're pioneering a role ask about the tools you'll have access too and which fellow employees share in your responsibilities. I experienced some confusion in these areas which led to more confusion in other areas. Goalcast has a true leader as CEO who cares about his employees and Goalcast's direction. For me, this was one of the highlights of working there. Overall Goalcast is a great place to develop. This companies product is truly meaningful to millions and the quirky and bright employees make it a joy to spend time in the office.
Audience Growth Specialist in 55 Ave Mont-Royal O, Suite 400
on 8 January 2020
They will change the world, no matter who helps them. If you think you can help change the world, apply.
the entire company is structured in the way you'd expect a motivational and life changing content creating company to be structured. They believe in the capacity of people to become their most powerful selves, and they will break you down until you become your fullest potential. If you dislike the idea of being pushed into becoming unstoppable then you won't cut it. You ought to be ready to not only become better, but also be able to take the criticism that is keeping you from being better. Brilliant people, good people all around, the only work environment I know that doesn't create an external pressure to succeed, but rather pushes for an internal pressure to succeed. Honestly, if I were capable of keeping up with the pace at which at they move, I think I would be part of the team of people who will eventually bring about immense change in the world. This isn't comfortable, this is a place for you to work yourself to the bone and be appropriately rewarded. I hope anyone who is the embodiment of pushing through obstacles applies here, no matter the position.
Director in Montreal, QC
on 4 December 2019
You'll meet some of the most inspiring people you've ever met
I worked at Goalcast for two of the most transformative years of my life. The culture IS unconventional, but it was always a great thing in my book. I wasn't looking for a typical corporate environment when I joined -- I was sick of the fakeness and wanted to be myself. I am not someone who separates work self from self, and doing so would only make me miserable. In my opinion, this is exactly why the environment is made up of the most amazing kind of people -- people who are not afraid to reject the status quo and dream BIG. They bring their whole, authentic selves to work. They say what's on their mind, even if it's not a popular opinion or it's not stuff you would talk about in a "regular" office setting (once again, I don't care for typical corporate environments). They are passionate and care. People who work at Goalcast all come from different walks of life yet all strive to pursue growth from one entry point or another. You'll have deep conversations and form lifelong friendships. You'll learn a lot about yourself and others. For me, the team was hands-down the most impactful and inspiring aspect of working at Goalcast. I got so inspired and grew so much that I ended up leaving the company for even bigger entrepreneurship dreams -- and my time at Goalcast actually helped me feel ready for that leap. In terms of the day to day, you will get to be resourceful and entrepreneurial and learn by having to figure things out. There is no hand-holding. Yes, figuring things out means the leadership team doesn't have everything figured out either -- they are not afraid to pivot and restructure or admit when they make mistakes. The mentality is very much a "we're all in this together" one. But if you are able to bring value and results and show your value and results (aka have influence) you will thrive there. And you NEED to enjoy being self-managed as well as be comfortable taking the lead to push any outcomes you desire (change, career development, new initiatives, etc.) You won't necessarily get mentorship from seasoned people in your industry -- you'll have to look for that yourself. But the $1,500/year credit that can be applied to any personal development endeavour makes up for it. The fitness benefit is awesome too and I used every single dollar of it during my time there.

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