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A·Team


closed
🌏 Worldwide
 
💰 $110k - $200k

react native

 

node

 

front end

A·Team

A·Team

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✅ 560 applied (15%)

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[A·Team](https://build.a.team/remoteok) is a VC-backed, stealth, application-only platform for senior software builders to team up with the best companies on their next big thing. After talking with hundreds of independent engineers, designers, and product folks, we know that consistently finding vetted, high-quality clients is hard, and projects are often too small to be rewarding. A·Team matches small teams of the most talented builders in the world with companies backed by a16z, YC, Softbank, General Catalyst, etc. on a contract basis for many of their most important initiatives. We quietly launched in May 2020, and have helped A·Teamers earn $7.3+ million since.\n\n**As part of A·Team, you can expect:**\n* __High-paying, meaningful missions with the most audacious companies sent your way;__ generally $110-$190/hr, with vetted, fascinating clients doing work that matters. A·Team is picky, and only works with companies referred to us by top funds or existing members and clients such as Lyft, McGraw Hill, the former-CEO of Waze, a few new unicorns, and dozens of venture-backed startups by a16z, YC, Softbank, GC, etc. \n* __Keep 100% of what you make:__ we exist to empower independent builders, which is why A.Team charges a percentage on top of your standard rate.\n* __Do more with a team you like:__ our focus is on small, diverse, cross-functional teams of insanely talented developers, PMs, designers, growth leads, etc. This is because clients with bigger budgets & more ambitious work need teams to solve problems, not individuals to do tasks. That said, we try to keep friends together, since clients love builders who have worked together before.\n* __Full autonomy:__ we only want you to join teams when the timing's right. Often they start around 15-20hrs/week, and last at least 3-6 months (longer if it's going great, or contract-to-hire if true love is found). \n* __Small, curated, off-the-record gatherings:__ for conversations you wouldn't have elsewhere & connecting with other top-tier builders who you may like to collaborate with.\n\n**What you’ll do:**\n* Once part of A.Team, you’ll regularly be invited to impactful missions that match your interests, which you can accept or decline. Take your pick from early-stage incubations with world-class founders, to fast-growing super-funded companies, to old school non-tech incumbents looking to build as a tech giant would\n* Missions usually involve building an ambitious piece of software from 0 to 1 on a small 3-4 person team. \n* You’ll be paid to scope it out, give the client options, guide strategy, and execute on the selected solution. Sometimes the client has a clear vision, sometimes not; which is why A.Team builders tend to be senior folks who can work together to find the right direction. \n\n**Who A.Team is for:**\n* Senior software developers who left large companies and high-growth startups to pursue their craft with autonomy.\n* Those who prefer consistent contract work over a full-time role, who want to create a variety of new products alongside other top-tier builders.\n* The majority of A.Teamers spend most of their time doing independent work, but a sizeable percentage are either employed full-time (but testing out client work), bootstrapping a side project, or looking for their next big thing\n\n**Who A.Team is not for:**\n* People looking for small gigs\n* Folks looking to build simple wordpress/wix/squarespace-style websites\n* Those still early in their careers and recent university/bootcamp grads (at least not yet)\n\n**Our long-term vision:**\nThis obviously isn’t a standard job post for a standard job; [A·Team](https://build.a.team/remoteok) is a new type of company for a new kind of independent software builder. We call them "unhirables": people who traditional companies couldn’t hire full-time even if they wanted to, but who want to do their most meaningful work with their favorite people in small, autonomous, distributed expert teams. \n\nTo help us secure amazing missions, we raised $5 million+ (not public, yet) from NFX, Village Global, and Box Group, along with the former CEO of Upwork, the founders of Fiverr and Lemonade, Apple's Global Head of Recruiting, YC Partner Aaron Harris, Wharton's Adam Grant, and Duke's Dan Ariely. \n\nBe sure to mention the words **SECRET RATHER REPORT** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n $110,000 — $200,000/year\n \n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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Karat.com


closed
🌏 Worldwide
 
💰 $60k - $100k*

front end

 

back end

 

full stack

 

mobile engineer

Karat.com

Karat.com

karat.com

🔎2,481 views

✅ 192 applied (8%)

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**Interviewing is a universal experience, but it is no one’s job.**\nInterviews are the gateway between people and jobs — they are a critical connection point. And yet, while the interview is a universal experience, it has never been recognized as its own discipline. In fact, the vast majority of people conducting interviews receive no formal training in how to do so.\n\n**Karat is the market leader in Interview Engineering.**\nAt Karat, our mission is to make every interview predictive, fair, and enjoyable. To do so, we created and established the category of Interview Engineering.\n\nFounded in 2014, Karat is a privately held and venture-funded company based in Seattle. Key clients include Pinterest, PayPal, Citrix, Intuit, and InVision.\n\n**Interview Engineering at Karat**\nKarat Interview Engineers are a community of experienced software developers who are equipped with best practices and technology needed to provide the most predictive, fair, and enjoyable interviews to software engineering job candidates. Interview Engineers include software development managers, software engineers, and freelancers covering the full technology stack. As an Interview Engineer, you will interview job candidates using the Karat approach and interviewing infrastructure in a wide variety of roles on behalf of leading companies worldwide.\n\n**Flexible, high impact work that is compensated at highly competitive rates.**\nAs an Interview Engineer, you will be compensated at highly competitive rates for your interviewing expertise. The time commitment is flexible — many of our interviews happen on nights and weekends. Some Interview Engineers do 5-10 interviews/week while others do over 25 interviews/week. You can work from anywhere, anytime. You will sharpen your interviewing skills and transform the interviewing experience for every candidate and company.\n\n**About You**\n* Experienced software engineer with 5+ years of hands-on coding experience\n* Extensive interviewing experience focused on:\n * evaluating fundamental computer science skills (i.e. data structures, algorithms etc.)\n * software craftsmanship (i.e. understanding of unit testing\nsource control, APIs etc.)\n * specific technologies (i.e. iOS, distributed systems etc.)\n* You believe that interviewing is a first-class job\n* Strong oral and written communication skills\n* Able to empathize with candidates and provide actionable feedback\n\n(This opportunity is completely remote! Work as much as you'd like, whenever and wherever you'd like!) \n\nBe sure to mention the words **AWKWARD NICE PRINT** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on previous jobs related to Front End, Back End and Full Stack jobs that are similar:\n\n $60,000 — $100,000/year\n \n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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RescueTime


verified closed
🌏 Worldwide
 
💰 $34k - $55k*

tech support

 

part time

 

customer support

RescueTime

RescueTime

rescuetime.com

🔎13,702 views

✅ -2 applied (0%)

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The 10,000-foot view:\n\n# What’s RescueTime?\nRescueTime is like Fitbit for your digital life–we measure how people spend their time across all their devices and then give them tools and insights to help them spend it more productively. Our hundreds of thousands of customers are almost entirely individuals who are looking to be more effective.\n\n# Hours and schedule:\n15 hours/week to start (we’re open to expanding the role to full-time for the right candidate). You’ll have lots of flexibility in which hours you work.\n\n# Compensation:\n$30/hr\n\n# Location:\nWork from anywhere (RescueTime has been all-remote since before Covid)\n\n# Here’s what your average day will look like:\nEach day, you’ll assist people through our support channels (mostly a ticket system, but some live chat), lend a hand on Twitter and Facebook, and be on the lookout for opportunities to improve the customer experience.\n\nHaving successful customers isn’t just important to our business, but is a core part of the value RescueTime brings into the world. As a tech support rep, you’ll help smart people do more work that’s personally meaningful and important to them. It’s fulfilling but also demanding.\n\n# Responsibilities\n* Respond to support requests from our customers via our help desk platform, phone, live chat, and occasionally social media.\n* Pay attention to customer feedback and work directly with the rest of our CS team to improve our processes and product. Our customers have a lot to say and we need to absorb it.\n- Track customer support effectiveness by developing systems to help us understand how we’re responding to customers and track areas where we can improve.\n- Work closely with the engineering team to solve bugs and system issues affecting users.\n- Create and maintain our user knowledge base.\n- Who’s a good fit for this position?\n- You’ll be an ideal new coworker at RescueTime if you get satisfaction from:\n- Getting to the root of a customer’s problems and finding solutions that make them smile\n- Learning and mastering new software\n- Speaking up and being a part of a collaborative team\n- Being focused and efficient–support requests can occasionally pile up and we’re looking for someone who is organized and cool under occasional pressure\n- Finding more efficient ways to help our customers whether that’s through live chat or developing a library of templates for the most common customer issues\n- This is a front-line position with lots of direct interaction with our customers. You should be able to manage lots of conversations and be patient enough to deal with the occasional customer who is just having a really bad day.\n\n# You’ll need these qualifications\n- 2 or more years of experience in a customer support/success capacity (ideally with lots of written and online interaction).\n- You’re a pro at diagnosing peculiar software issues and helping less (and sometimes more!) technical folks navigate their way to success.\n- A proven track record of efficient written communication\n- An even and cheerful temperament.\n- A fast and reliable internet connection, a quiet place to have occasional video calls, and a solid desktop/laptop computer (Mac or Windows).\n\n# It would be great if\n- You’re excited about personal development–stuff like Fitbit, RescueTime, etc.\n- You are genuinely interested in fiddling with technology–software, hardware, mobile, desktop, you name it!\n- You’re a RescueTime user (or you are at least familiar with it)\n- You’re familiar with any of the other tools we use, like Slack, Google Docs, Help Scout, and Coda.\n- You have a keen interest in software usability.\n- You know how things work on social media (Twitter, Facebook, Reddit, etc) and have an interest in marketing and community management there.\n\n# We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive team\nWe think solving the hard problems around meaningful work takes all sorts of perspectives. We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome people of different backgrounds, experiences, and abilities. \n\nBe sure to mention the words **SURPRISE INJURY SOLAR** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on previous jobs related to Contract, Tech Support and Part Time jobs that are similar:\n\n $34,000 — $55,000/year\n \n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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Happily


verified closed
🌏 Worldwide
 
💰 $70k - $110k

frontend

 

front end

 

design

 
Happily

Happily

happily.io

🔎5,119 views

✅ 644 applied (13%)

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Happily is the largest and most diverse network of independent virtual event specialists in the world.\n\n## Responsibilities\n\n* Develop quality mockups and prototypes\n* Design and build event landing pages for our clients\n* Design and build user interfaces for our internal tools\n* Design and build marketing emails\n\n## Requirements\n\n* Experience with CSS, HTML, and JavaScript\n* Good understanding of information hierarchy and SEO\n* Good understanding of development best practices\n\n## Bonuses\n\n* Experience with TailwindCSS or other utility-first frameworks\n* Experience with React\n* Experience working with full-stack frameworks like Ruby on Rails\n\n## Salary\n\nThis is a part-time hourly position. Please send your desired rate along with your application. \n\nBe sure to mention the words **SWALLOW CHIEF MANDATE** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n $70,000 — $110,000/year\n \n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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Storetasker


🎈 verified closed
🌏 Worldwide
 
💰 $50k - $160k

programming

 

full stack

 

shopify

Storetasker

Storetasker

storetasker.com

🔎19,004 views

✅ 1,512 applied (8%)

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Storetasker is looking for experienced developers to join its team of freelance Shopify experts!\nStoretasker Experts are a hand-selected group of the industry's top Shopify developers and ecommerce professionals. Since 2015, we've matched over 30,000 Shopify brands with a trusted and talented developer for projects big and small. Experts on Storetasker choose their own hours, work from wherever, pick which projects and brands they work with, and earn more per hour than the typical freelancer or full-time agency professional. In fact, we've had Experts go from application to earning almost $10K in just 6-weeks.\nIf you are motivated by solving interesting problems, passionate about helping businesses grow, and able to meet our criteria below, apply today!\n- A minimum of 3 years of Shopify experience\n- You have worked with multiple merchants & stores\n- Experience doing freelance development work\n- Have an understanding of the importance of providing great customer service\n\n**About Storetasker:**\nStoretasker is where ecommerce brands find their developer. We've helped over 30,000 Shopify brands find a trusted and talented developer for projects big and small. We've interviewed over 5,000 developers, hand-selected the top 5%, and streamlined the experience from end to end.\n\n**Why Storetasker:**\nWe're a company built by developers and freelancers who know the ins and outs of running a freelance business and the shortcomings of working on other freelance marketplaces. Our mission is to empower entrepreneurs and build the tools founders and freelancers need to build a successful online business.\nWe've set ourselves apart by offering our freelancers:\n- Direct matching with clients: No more bidding! You choose the projects you want to work on!\n- Market-leading rates: Project-based pricing with a universal based flat rate of $75 an hour\n- Easy payments & invoicing: Get paid when the project is done with the help of built-in automation tools\n- Dedicated support: Storetasker HQ provides a support team to assist with client's issues, outreach, and more!\n- Diverse & knowledgeable community: Get access to and support from an amazing community of like-minded freelancers\n- Ultimate flexibility: Choose your workload, whether it's full-time, part-time, or whenever-you-have-free-time!\nSound like a fit? \n\nWe want to hear from you! [Apply here](https://loremtech.typeform.com/to/WNxtMz?ref=remoteok) Interviews scheduled within a week!\n\nWant to hear from some of our current Experts? Here's what they have to say:\n\n*"Storetasker has changed my life - I'm not only making more, but I'm getting quality leads, a diverse slate of projects, and access to an amazing group of developers. Plus, I love Storetasker's staff - Richard and Leigh are awesome!"* - Adan A., United States, Storetasker Expert since March 2020\n\n*"Working with Storetasker allowed me to continuously improve my skill set and build up my portfolio while keeping my full time job."* - Satish V., Canada, Storetasker Expert since 2018\n\n*"Storetasker has allowed me to live out my dreams as a freelance developer - to move to Toronto and continue doing what I love: solving interesting problems and helping apparel companies grow."* - Siah D., Canada, Storetasker Expert since 2017 \n\nBe sure to mention the words **OBSERVE USELESS KNOCK** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n $50,000 — $160,000/year\n \n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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MPS Health


closed
North America
 
💰 $70k - $120k*

full stack

 

nyc

 

engineer

MPS Health

🔎2,651 views

✅ -1 applied (0%)

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We’re an early stage startup building a new platform to help millions of people with respiratory conditions. We have a team of world class physicians, healthcare designers, and creatives on board, and are looking for a top full stack engineer to supplement our growing team. The ideal candidate is a motivated, sharp, and detail-oriented engineer who is comfortable working in an extremely rapid-paced environment and enjoys building a fast and efficient back end with quality in mind, that is easily accessible for any front end to use, and a user interface with a function first approach while still maintaining code quality and coverage.\n\n# Responsibilities\n The candidate will work closely with founding team to build off and improve our information architecture to create a working a-sync telehealth stack that combines several integrations including: user accounts, form builder, payment processor, 3rd party pharmacy, and notifications to serve as our tech demo and eventual MVP. Prior telehealth experience and knowledge building HIPAA compliant apps recommended. \n\n# Requirements\n- Must be comfortable coding in an MV Framework (Flask, Rails, Laravel, etc)\n- Must be comfortable coding in HTML, CSS, and Javascript\n- Must understand how to communicate with front ends through means of an interface (REST, GraphQL)\n- Experience with data stores, relationships, and modeling\n- Must be able to quickly interpret designs and code interfaces quickly\n- Must understand how to communicate with a back end interface (REST, GraphQL)\n- Interface with front end developer & UI designer \n- Write, understand, and collaborate on technical specs, documentation, and testing\n- Enjoy releasing software that will impact users and change an industry\n- Excellent communication skills\n\n\n\n## **Scope & terms**\n- Work remote or local (we’re in NYC)\n- Help us get this out quickly in the next 6 weeks\n- Equity grant if you kill it and stay on with us \n- This is a contract position \n\nBe sure to mention the words **VOID CARRY EVIL** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on previous jobs related to Full Stack, Contract and Engineer jobs that are similar:\n\n $70,000 — $120,000/year\n \n\n#Location\nNorth America


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