Join Our Team

We are a team of designers and makers who are passionate about changing the way our kids learn, making difficult content fun and engaging while being educational.

We are a laid back but highly skilled group that focuses on results and innovation. We are parents and creators and understand that the best work doesn’t always happen tied to your desk - Monday – Friday 9-5.

We offer a supportive and entrepreneurial work environment, flexible working hours, and easily located on the subway line in relaxed Toronto east-end neighborhood.


Full-Time Positions

3D Asset Designer & Animator

Little Robot Friends is looking for a full-time 3D designer & animator to work with us on a video game launching early/mid-2019. We're looking to hire immediately.

We’re developing the game using a flat low-poly style, a mix of the type of graphics you’d see in Monument Valley and Super Mario 3D Land. We’ve posted a page of examples that represent what we’re looking for here.

Blender is the preferred tool for asset creation, but if you’re a wiz with other tools then we’re open to it.

The position will be contract-based, between 3-6 months depending on your working style and our scope. It may also lead to a permanent full-time position, since we are always looking to retain quality talent when we find it.

Additionally, we’re open to applicants who want to work remotely or on alternate schedules. Ideally you'd be located in Toronto and can join us in the office, but we are willing to work around the physical limitation. Ultimately your job will be to work through a list of assets, create create create, submit them for review, incorporate feedback, move on to the next item.

If you’re interested in working on a cool project with a fun team, please send an email intro along with your portfolio and resume to: Please indicate job title in the subject line.

Part-Time Positions


Our educators love kids and technologies and are passionate about spreading knowledge! We pay our lead educator $25/hour.

  • Teach Little Robot Friends workshops and camps (teaching materials provided)
  • Relay feedback on how kids learn and interact with our products, and make suggestions for improvements
  • Hours are flexible: weekend / weekday


  • Experience with teaching kids K-8
  • Know basic electronics, coding with Arduino
  • Familiar with maker culture and STEM education

It would be a bonus if you:

  • Have completed the vulnerable screening sector
  • Have a drivers license


Are you interested in being a part of what we do? Are you a student who needs volunteer hours? Throughout the years, we have volunteer opportunities come up now and again, here are some examples:

Educator support: Support the lead educator in our workshops and camps. You’ll be helping kids learn and making sure they’re having a great time.

Production support: Lending a hand in our studio with production, it could be soldering, sorting inventory, packing boxes. We do lots of things in house and can always use a hand!

Event support: Do you like talking to people? We run a lot of vendor tables throughout the years at interesting events around Toronto, you'll help us spread robot love in the GTA!


Little Robot Friends is committed to building a safe and diverse workplace and we encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply, including immigrants / refugees, indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, and women.

If you’re interested in any of the positions listed above, please send an email intro with a resume attached to