We're Hiring at Twenty One Toys

Our team is growing

We're on the hunt for people who are superbly organized, quick to learn, and happy to take on the ebb and flow of a startup… and have a strong gif game!

Roles we're currently hiring for

We're hiring a Content Creator & Social Media Lead at Twenty One Toys!

Content Creator

The ideal candidate should have experience in creating both written and visual content to engage with specific audiences across all platforms.

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We are an equal opportunity employer and strongly support applications from diverse backgrounds and communities. Only candidates under consideration will be contacted.

Roles we're no longer hiring for

We're hiring a Community Manager at Twenty One Toys!

We're hiring* a Community Manager (application closed)

The ideal candidate should be a fun, creative problem solver with experience in community building, facilitation, and customer service. Think that's you?

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We're hiring at Twenty One Toys!

We're hiring* an Operations Assistant (application closed)

The ideal candidate should be a hard-working, fastidious person who can provide administrative assistance with shipping and inventory management. Think that's you?

Learn more about the Operations Assistant role

Twenty One Toys

is a multi-award winning toy creation company working out of the Centre for Social Innovation in Toronto.

We strive to make creative collaboration the new normal -- to shift established views on play and learning in the lives of the young and old. We are developing a new category of toys that teach Empathy, Failure, Creative Communication, Collaboration, and other core skills necessary for innovation in the 21st century. We develop workshops, training programs, and supplementary resources to explore discussions around our toys.

Our flagship product, the Empathy Toy, is an award-winning blindfolded puzzle game originally designed with the Canadian National Institute for the Blind to bridge the gap between visually impaired students and their sighted classmates. It has since evolved into a learning tool used in thousands of schools, homes, and offices worldwide. It was featured in TIME magazine as “one of six new education tools shaping classrooms of the future”.

“Toys are the new Textbooks”