A woman holds on of Hootsuite's trademark 'Owlys'

Vancouver’s HootSuite hiring for 100 positions; Open house on Oct. 8

The Tweet-infested social media company is holding a #HootHire open house on Tuesday at its headquarter's on 8th Avenue.

Would they call you a Tweeter… or a Hooter?

Whatever bird sound you’d prefer to potentially go by, Vancouver-based social media company Hootsuite is hiring, and they’ll be looking for new team members on Tuesday, Oct. 8 at a two-hour open house.

The hiring fair will take place at Hootsuite’s headquarters, #5 E. 8th Ave. in Vancouver, from 5-7 p.m.

The company is asking any interested recruits to bring their resume and a “work-hard play-hard mentality” (it’s up to you to decipher exactly what that means). The hiring fair’s hashtag is #HootHire.

Hootsuite is looking to fill 100 new positions and says interested applicants should know what position they’d like to interview for.

Anyone looking for a visual of what to expect from Hootsuite can check out the company’s newest promo – titled “Hootlandia” to parody the popular American show Portlandia – right here:

As reported by the Huffington Post B.C., the HootHire fair comes two months after Hootsuite secured $165 million in venture capital – “for future growth” – and after the company was criticized for hiring unpaid interns, a topic that first received attention on Reddit.

Hootsuite Owly Plush Toy

Hootsuite Now Hiring for 100 Positions

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