Today - Remote Django jobs
  • You Need a Budget

    About Us and Why We’re Hiring

    We build “You Need a Budget” the best budgeting software around. (But people in the know call us YNAB, which is pronounced “why-nab”). For more than a decade, people have been buying YNAB and then telling their friends what a difference it has made in their lives.  Google us, or read some of our reviews on the app store, and you’ll see what we mean. We love building something that has a huge positive impact on people’s lives.

    We’re profitable, bootstrapped, and growing. YNAB started in 2004 and we haven’t taken any outside funding—we’re in it for the long haul.

    We have some big plans for our entire app ecosystem, including our web app and API. All of those plans will necessitate changes on our back-end that runs on Rails/Postgres and our front-end Ember app that’s written in TypeScript. That’s where you come in! We have one overarching requirement when it comes to joining our team: our original Cultural Manifesto has to really click with you. If you’re nodding emphatically while reading it, you’ll probably fit right in!

    Of course, we have some other hard requirements too, like 5 years of “full stack” professional web application development experience, which for us means you know the server-side really well, and have some client-side experience to go along with it.

    But first, let’s talk about life at YNAB and then we’ll go into detail about what we’re looking for.

    Who you’d be working with:

    Our developer team is 15 people strong, and we frequently work in cross-functional teams, so you'll get to work with awesome people in all different roles in the company.

    Regardless of their varied interests, all of our developers have one thing in common: They are a joy to work with. You won’t find heated arguments and raised voices here. We save our competitive spirit for YNAB’s external competitors (or the occasional spirited board game session), but internally we build up our teammates and celebrate their successes. We all love to program and solve problems in clever ways, and we regularly take time to geek out and show each other something cool we built or found to make our lives easier.

    And of course, as a developer, you’ll work closely with our designers, who are amazing. They have the awards (including at least one actual Emmy) to prove they’re good at designing stuff. More importantly, they are welcoming of feedback and suggestions during the development process, and will be happy to tweak an interaction if you tell them that it will save you significant development effort.

    How You’ll Work at YNAB

    We work really hard to make working at YNAB an amazing experience (we’ve even been named Fortune’s #2 Best Small Company to Work For) and have a team full of truly exceptional people—the kind you’ll be excited to work with. Here’s how we operate:

    Live Where You Want

    We’re a distributed team, so you can live and work wherever you want. Proximity doesn’t influence productivity. Just make sure you have a reliable internet connection.

    No Crazy Hours

    We rarely work more than 40 hours per week. There have been a few occasions where things got a little crazy and people had to log some extra hours. But then they took some extra time off, so it all balances out. We work hard and smart but we’re in this for the long haul, no need to go crazy on the hours.

    Take Vacation (Seriously)

    We want you to take vacation. In fact, we have a minimum vacation policy of three weeks per year. Five weeks feels about right (plus two extra weeks for Holiday break). It’s important to get out and do something. We’ll look forward to seeing pictures of your vacation in our internal chat room, creatively named #office_wall.

    The YNAB Retreat

    We get the teams together once a year to catch up on spreadsheets and powerpoints in a Best Western conference room. Just kidding. So far, we’ve done Costa Rica, a gigantic cabin in the mountains, a beach house in the Outer Banks, a ranch in Montana, and took over a hotel on Laguna Beach. We do really fun things at these retreats, but the highlight is inevitably just being with each together and having a blast.

    Up Your Game

    We’re serious about helping you improve your craft. We budget for it (hey-o!). Think conferences, Lynda/Skillshare subscriptions, books, and dedicated time away from work to learn something new….We love to see our people grow.

    If You’re International…

    You’ll be set up as a contractor. Employee or contractor, it’s all the same to us. You’re part of the team. As for time zones, we’re flexible as long as a decent chunk of your time overlaps with North American time zones.

    If You’re Stateside…

    You’ll be a W2 employee with fantastic health, dental, and vision insurance, where we cover 100% of the premium for you and your family. (No need to check your vision, you read that right, 100%. Although if you did need to check your vision, no big deal, we’ve got you covered!)

    We also have Traditional and Roth 401k options. YNAB contributes three percent whether you choose to throw any money in there or not. It vests immediately. (Are you a personal finance junkie like Jesse? He set up YNAB’s 401k to have the lowest fee structure possible, where all plan costs are paid by YNAB, not your retirement nest egg. The investment funds available are fantastic, passively-managed, ultra low-cost index funds. You’re not a personal finance junkie? Then trust us, it’s great.)

    Other Tidbits

    • Once you start, we DEMAND (in a friendly, ALL CAPS IS YELLING way) that you fill out your “Bucket List” spreadsheet with 50 items. (That’s harder than it sounds!)

    • The bucket list helps in deciding what we should give you for your birthday and Christmas: No gift cards here. We tried that. Super boring.

    • We have a bonus plan based on profitability. You’ll be in on that from day one. YNAB wins, you win. That kind of thing.

    • We’re all adults. There’s no need to punch a clock, or ask for permission to take off early one afternoon to go see the doctor (health insurance premium 100% covered!). We look at what you’re accomplishing, not how long you sit (have you tried standing?) in front of a computer.

    • We want you firing on all cylinders so we’ll set you up with a shiny new computer and replace it every three years.

    • Did I mention we make a huge, positive difference in people’s lives? We have a Slack channel where we share success stories from our customers daily. It’s amazing. Don’t underestimate this one!

    If this sounds like your ideal environment, read on because now we want to talk about you. You will play a big part in helping YNAB delight users and give them control of their money.  You will change lives.

    Now, back to you, our new Full Stack Developer

    You’re a Full Stack developer with at least 5 years of experience shipping, monitoring, and maintaining SaaS apps at scale (not just websites). You’re an expert in at least one modern server-side framework (Rails, ASP.NET, Express, Django, etc).

    You’re not necessarily the “Ops” person where you work, but you certainly understand the infrastructure well enough to aid in architecting and maintaining scalable solutions. We host on Heroku, so experience there is a bonus, but experience with AWS or other popular IAAS/PAAS is just fine.

    Some client-side experience is required as well, meaning you know enough HTML/CSS/some-client-side-framework to get stuff on the screen matching a designer’s spec. We work in small, cross-functional teams where you will likely find yourself responsible for implementation on both the back-end (Rails and Postgres), as well as the front-end (using Ember or Vue and written in TypeScript).

    You’ll help vet and improve our server-side layer, implement new features, integrate with third party API’s, and shepherd our application. We might have conversations that start like this:

    • “How can we be certain that our application is going to scale as we grow? How did the other apps you worked on handle similar load conditions?”

    • “We want to expose these parts of the API to 3rd party developers. Will that API need to differ from our internal API, and if so, how?”

    • We want to make it possible for users to sort their transactions in a new way, and we are thinking of using drag-and-drop to make that possible. What changes on our client and server will be necessary to accomplish this?

    • “We need to integrate a new data aggregation partner to connect bank accounts and import transactions. How do we set it up so that we can reuse most of that work if we bring on another partner later?”

    You’re our person if you:

    • Are an excellent developer that can adapt to new languages quickly.

    • Write code that is easy for other programmers and your future self to understand and use.

    • Have plenty of war stories to tell about the last time you launched a big SaaS application, or weathered a massive spike in load, or recovered from an outage.

    • Know your way around SQL and relational databases. If the database layer turns out to be the culprit behind an issue, it’s not a black box to you. (Experience with Postgres is a bonus.)

    • Have an understanding of algorithms and data structures beyond arrays and “for loops”. That doesn’t mean you have to be a computer science PhD or even that you have to know “Big O” notation, but you should know when to use a Dictionary/Map, and why finding an element in a sorted array is faster than finding an element in an unsorted array.

    • Have excellent debugging skills. You know how to find problems, and how to architect apps so that problems are discoverable in the first place.

    • Already use and love YNAB. (Not a requirement - we’ll give you “bonus points” for this one).

    Some things you might be working on at YNAB:

    • Integrating with 3rd party APIs like Aggregation Providers, Payment Gateways, and Analytics Services.

    • Profiling our most common API calls using tools like pganalyze or Sumo Logic and acting on the information to reduce response times.

    • Helping improve our public and private APIs to make them easier for external and internal developers to use.

    • Working with our external database and security consultants to make sure we haven’t missed anything.

    • Installing monitoring tools like Rollbar to help us detect client-side and server-side issues.

    • Writing automated tests for new features or improving our existing test suites.

    • Submitting and reviewing PRs in GitHub, collaborating in Basecamp, and jumping on a Slack call to get an extra pair of eyes on a gnarly bug.

    YNAB is an equal opportunity employer. We believe diversity of backgrounds, beliefs, and experiences to be critical to our success and are passionate about creating a welcoming, supportive, and collaborative environment for all employees. All are encouraged to apply as we continue to grow a smart, hard-working, and diverse team who love working together to build something that matters.

    How to Apply

    • Apply below (here) by 11:59PM Pacific Time, on June 30th, 2019. Firm. It’s a real deadline.

    • First, you don’t need a resume! Many of our job applicants don’t have one because many weren’t even looking to change jobs! An informal list of your work and education history are all we’re looking for anyway, and you are welcome to include that in your cover letter. Speaking of which:

    • You DO need a cover letter. Attach a pdf of your cover letter. In your cover letter:

    • Introduce yourself and explain why this position is of interest to you, and why you would be a great fit for the position. (It’s okay to brag and not be humble for this part!).

    • Please tell us about apps or anything you’ve built that makes you look good, and describe your role in those projects. (Include links if applicable)

    • Include the phrase “I am not a bot, spammer, recruiter, or agency.” somewhere in your cover letter.

    • Includes answers to the following questions:

    • What are your two strongest programming languages? How much experience do you have with them?

    • Briefly (no more than a few sentences) describe a proud “debugging” moment you had, where you found and fixed a bug.

    • If you were interviewing a prospective candidate for this position, what would be a good interview question to ask to find out if a candidate really knew their stuff?

    • Complete this short coding test (https://www.interviewzen.com/apply/sffVTb) and include a link to your results in your cover letter. It shouldn’t take more than 30 minutes or so.

    We look forward to hearing from you!

    P.S.  If you’re not interested in or available for this position, but know someone who is, we would really appreciate it if you passed this along!

This week - Remote Django jobs
  • Soshace
    $36,000.00 - $60,000.00.Must be located: United States of America.Preferred timezone: UTC -9 to UTC +15
    • Are you looking for a remote work on international projects?
    • Are you looking for 40 hours a week workload?
    • Is it suitable for you to use a time tracker at work?
    • Is your hourly rate $20 - $30?

    Soshace is an online platform that will provide you with remote work with hourly payment on modern projects lasting on average 6-9 months and more. We are looking for a long-term partnership so when the first project ends we’ll find you a second one and after that the third and so on.

    We expect you to work on our projects 8 hours a day Monday-Friday in your time zone.

    • Do you have more than 3-year commercial experience in web development on projects with Python?
    • Do you have 1-year experience in commercial projects with Django?
    • Can you provide a portfolio of relevant projects?
    • Do you have experience in building web applications architecture, experience with databases?
    • Do you have good writing and speaking skills in English (Upper-Intermediate and above)?

    If you answer “yes” to all questions, send us your CV and be ready to provide a portfolio of projects you took part in​.

    We have the next stages of the interview:

    1. Primary interview (a detailed discussion of your resume and portfolio)
    2. Online test 
    3. Interview with a technical specialist
  • Soshace
    Must be located: United States of America.Preferred timezone: UTC -9 to UTC +15
    • Are you looking for a remote work on international projects?

    • Are you looking for 40 hours a week workload?

    • Is it suitable for you to use a time tracker at work?

    • Is your hourly rate $20 - $30?

    Soshace is an online platform that will provide you with remote work with hourly payment on modern projects lasting on average 6-9 months and more. We are looking for a long-term partnership so when the first project ends we’ll find you a second one and after that the third and so on.

    We expect you to work on our projects 8 hours a day Monday-Friday in your time zone.

    • Do you have more than 3-year commercial experience in web development on projects with Python?

    • Do you have 1-year experience in commercial projects with Django?

    • Can you provide a portfolio of relevant projects?

    • Do you have experience in building web applications architecture, experience with databases?

    • Do you have good writing and speaking skills in English (Upper-Intermediate and above)?

    If you answer “yes” to all questions, send us your CV and be ready to provide a portfolio of projects you took part in.

    We have the next stages of the interview:

    • Primary interview (a detailed discussion of your resume and portfolio)

    • Online test 

    • Interview with a technical specialist

  • Vocinity, Inc.
    $12,000.00 - $18,000.00.Preferred timezone: UTC +5

    We are looking for a senior full-time remote Python developer. The position pays $1000 - $1500 a month and does require you to take a proficiency test.

    Expert in Python

    Experience in backend development

    Third Party API integration

    Python Framework (Django is preferred)

    Experience with API authentication (OAuth is preferred)

  • Vocinity

    We are looking for a senior full-time remote Python developer. The position pays $1000 - $1500 a month and does require you to take a proficiency test.

    Expert in Python

    Experience in backend development

    Third Party API integration

    Python Framework (Django is preferred)

    Experience with API authentication (OAuth is preferred)

This month - Remote Django jobs
  • Clear Data Sports
    Must be located: North America.

    Are you a Django developer who can build front-end applications and enjoys sports betting and daily fantasy sports? We are building interactive web applications and research tools for our handicapping customers, and we're looking for a developer who can prototype, build, deploy, and maintain these tools.

    This is a contract-to-hire position, but we are builing the engineering team from the ground up and have lots of work to keep everyone busy for months. You'll work directly for our CTO (who is an experienced Django and JS developer) and closely with our CEO (who also runs the handicapping group who is our internal customer).

    This isn't a lame job where you'll be maintaining a legacy application built by a team who is now gone. You'll have a great deal of input into how our applications are designed. You'll also be building sports databases for our handicapping team using quality APIs. You will also be helping automate the workflow of our handicappers. (who primarily do their work in Excel)

    We have a distributed team, but please be aware that we are in the Western US and you'll need to work in the Mountain or Pacific time zones. Candidates in the Phoenix area will be given even higher consideration.

    Required skills:

    * Python 3.x (we do not use 2.7!)

    * Django

    * Git (using Github's workflow tools)

    * Deploying applications on Heroku

    * HTML5/CSS3

    * JS reactive framework experience

    * PostgreSQL

    Bonus skills:

    * Excel

    * Pandas

    * sklearn

    * Webpacker with Django

    * Vue.js

    * Graph database

  • Monarch Money
    Must be located: Americas.

    We are building the most comprehensive personal finance platform to help people improve their financial lives and achieve their goals. We believe managing personal finances should be as easy and stress-free as possible.

    The founding team consists of product-driven, serial entrepreneurs with multiple exits. Additionally, our CEO was one of the original creators of Mint.com and has a unique perspective on what is needed to meet consumers' needs in this market.

    As one of the earliest employees at the company, you will be more than just a software craftsperson; you will also be a thought partner in building a product, company, and culture we are proud of. Other things we value:

    • A product-centric focus, and appetite for being involved in end-to-end product development.
    • Excellent written and verbal skills.
    • Interest in fintech (in particular, personal finance).
    • Experience with Django and/or React Native.
  • HashiCorp
    Must be located: United States of America.

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    HashiCorp builds DevOps tools for modern applications. We build open source tools, and we also build enterprise products on top of them. The HashiCorp suite empowers organizations to provision hybrid cloud infrastructure, secure secrets across distributed applications, and run dynamic resources.

    About HashiCorp

    At HashiCorp, we value top-notch collaboration and communication skills, both among internal teams and in how we interact with our users. We take care to balance and be responsive to the needs of our open source community as well as our enterprise level customers.

    Engineering at HashiCorp is a remote team. While prior experience working remotely isn't required, we are looking for team members who perform well given a high level of independence and autonomy.

    Our Product

    HashiCorp’s Terraform is an open source project that enables you to safely and predictably create, change, and improve production infrastructure via the CLI. It codifies APIs into declarative configuration files that can be shared among team members, treated as code, edited, reviewed, and versioned.

    Terraform Cloudis built on top of our open source project Terraform. Terraform Cloud is the best way to collaborate, validate, and execute Terraform in organizations large and small. Check out our demo to learn more. Our product is deployed to customers in a multi-tenant SaaS environment (Cloud) and as a single-tenant installation within private networks (Enterprise).

    In this role, you can expect to:

    • Build, iterate on, and ship features to make working with Terraform Enterprise a phenomenal experience for HashiCorp customers

    • Contribute to various parts of our product, which consists of a Ruby on Rails backend, an Ember.js frontend, and distributed Go services

    • Help own operations, reliability, availability, and security of the SaaS and private installations

    You may be a good fit for our team if:

    • You have experience running, testing, and contributing to some of the following: a backend application (e.g., Ruby on Rails, Django, Express.js), a frontend application (e.g., Ember.js, React), distributed services (e.g., Go, Java)
    • You have experience operating and maintaining production systems in a Linux and public cloud environment
    • You are familiar with Terraform
    • You are familiar with infrastructure management concepts and ecosystem
    • You are familiar with distributed systems concepts

    At HashiCorp, we are committed to hiring and cultivating a diverse team. If you are on the fence about whether you meet our requirements, please apply anyway!

    All work requires excellent written communication skills, remote work doubly so. For this reason, we require a cover letter for your application to be considered complete. In your cover letter, please describe why you're interested in working at HashiCorp, and what draws you to this role in particular! Specifics of your past experiences that are relevant to this role are great to include, too.

    HashiCorp embraces diversity and equal opportunity. We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. We believe the more inclusive we are, the better our company will be. #L1-MM1

  • Loop & Tie
    Must be located: North America.

    We're a lean group of passionate folks that want to disrupt how gifting is done. Self-motivation is a must since we often work remotely using the latest tools such as Slack. The technology stack consists of Rails and Angular sitting on top of Heroku using Postgres, Elasticsearch, Redis, and a variety of AWS services.

    We care greatly about aesthetics (no one wants an ugly gift), so if you've got incredible front-end chops, that's a bonus.

    We're looking for developers with a few years of general development experience because we understand these skills are transferrable. At the same time we would prefer the following:

    Responsibilities: 

    - Design, build and test end-to-end features using Rails Writing comprehensive tests 

    - Creating and maintaining APIs 

    - Planning and maintaining a product long-term 

    - Planning stories and resolving assigned tickets in Pivotal Tracker 

    - Participate in code reviews, follow and assist in the development of Loop and Ties coding guidelines

    - Owning deployments and DevOps 

    About you: 

    - 3+ years of professional software development experience for the web

    - Experience deploying and supporting code in production 

    - Knowledge of development best practices (agile methodologies, code reviews, Javascript testing frameworks) 

    - Knowledge of API architecture development 

    - Experience developing and deploying a product in a production environment

    - Experience in full life-cycle development of web applications

    - You have startup experience and you enjoy working in small teams

    - Experience with a web frameworks and ORMs, like Rails or Django

    - Bonus if you are familiar with Angular (we are lightweight with JS)

  • Soshace
    $36,000.00 - $60,000.00.Must be located: United States of America.Preferred timezone: UTC -9 to UTC +15
    • Are you looking for a remote work on international projects?
    • Are you looking for 40 hours a week workload?
    • Is it suitable for you to use a time tracker at work?
    • Is your hourly rate $20 - $30?

    Soshace is an online platform that will provide you with remote work with hourly payment on modern projects lasting on average 6-9 months and more. We are looking for a long-term partnership so when the first project ends we’ll find you a second one and after that the third and so on.

    We expect you to work on our projects 8 hours a day Monday-Friday in your time zone.

    • Do you have more than 3-year commercial experience in web development on projects with Python?
    • Do you have 1-year experience in commercial projects with Django?
    • Can you provide a portfolio of relevant projects?
    • Do you have experience in building web applications architecture, experience with databases?
    • Do you have good writing and speaking skills in English (Upper-Intermediate and above)?

    If you answer “yes” to all questions, send us your CV and be ready to provide a portfolio of projects you took part in​.

    We have the next stages of the interview:

    1. Primary interview (a detailed discussion of your resume and portfolio)
    2. Online test 
    3. Interview with a technical specialist
  • Soshace
    Must be located: United States of America.Preferred timezone: UTC -9 to UTC +15
    • Are you looking for a remote work on international projects?

    • Are you looking for 40 hours a week workload?

    • Is it suitable for you to use a time tracker at work?

    • Is your hourly rate $20 - $30?

    Soshace is an online platform that will provide you with remote work with hourly payment on modern projects lasting on average 6-9 months and more. We are looking for a long-term partnership so when the first project ends we’ll find you a second one and after that the third and so on.

    We expect you to work on our projects 8 hours a day Monday-Friday in your time zone.

    • Do you have more than 3-year commercial experience in web development on projects with Python?

    • Do you have 1-year experience in commercial projects with Django?

    • Can you provide a portfolio of relevant projects?

    • Do you have experience in building web applications architecture, experience with databases?

    • Do you have good writing and speaking skills in English (Upper-Intermediate and above)?

    If you answer “yes” to all questions, send us your CV and be ready to provide a portfolio of projects you took part in.

    We have the next stages of the interview:

    • Primary interview (a detailed discussion of your resume and portfolio)

    • Online test 

    • Interview with a technical specialist

  • JBS Custom Software Solutions

    JBS Full-Stack Developer (Python, JavaScript, PostgreSQL)

    Required

    •     3+ years working with Python

    •     3+ years working with JavaScript

    •     Strong knowledge of modern JavaScript development practices

    •     Strong computer science background

    •     3+ years experience with Python web frameworks (Django, Flask, etc)

    •     3+ years working with open-source relational database systems (MySQL, PostgreSQL)

    •     Experience with search tools such as Solr and Elasticsearch

    •     Feels comfortable and has experience working in a Linux environment (ubuntu preferred)

    •     Strong communication skills, both written and verbal

    •     Ability to accurately estimate work

    •     Commitment to provide quality completed deliverables with well-factored, maintainable code

    •     Experience with VCS (git, hg or svn)

    Nice To Have

    •     Experience with React

    •     Experience with microservices architectures

    •     Experience with node.js

    •     Experience with serverless architectures (AWS Lambda, Python Zappa, Serverless Framework)

    •     Experience in e-commerce development

    •     Experience building and designing REST-based web services using JSON

    •     Experience with DevOps (configuration and installation of apache/nginx/memcached/varnish, etc)

    •     Experience with AWS (EC2, RDS)

    •     Experience with Bootstrap and/or Foundation

    •     Experience with containerization (Docker, Kubernetes, etc)

    JBS Benefits

    • Full-time employment with benefits

    • Work from home

    • Medical/Dental/Life/Disability

    • 401k with company match

    • Paid overtime

    • PTO and Company Holidays

  • You Need A Budget (YNAB)

    About Us and Why We’re Hiring

    We build “You Need a Budget” the best budgeting software around. (But people in the know call us YNAB, which is pronounced “why-nab”). For more than a decade, people have been buying YNAB and then telling their friends what a difference it has made in their lives.  Google us, or read some of our reviews on the app store, and you’ll see what we mean. We love building something that has a huge positive impact on people’s lives.

    We’re profitable, bootstrapped, and growing. YNAB started in 2004 and we haven’t taken any outside funding—we’re in it for the long haul.

    We have some big plans for our entire app ecosystem, including our web app and API. All of those plans will necessitate changes on our back-end that runs on Rails/Postgres and our front-end Ember app that’s written in TypeScript. That’s where you come in! We have one overarching requirement when it comes to joining our team: our original Cultural Manifesto (https://bit.ly/2DAv83H) has to really click with you. If you’re nodding emphatically while reading it, you’ll probably fit right in!

    Of course, we have some other hard requirements too, like 5 years of “full stack” professional web application development experience, which for us means you know the server-side really well, and have some client-side experience to go along with it.

    But first, let’s talk about life at YNAB and then we’ll go into detail about what we’re looking for.

    Who you'd be working with:

    Our developer team is 15 people strong, and we frequently work in cross-functional teams, so you'll get to work with awesome people in all different roles in the company.

    Regardless of their varied interests, all of our developers have one thing in common: They are a joy to work with. You won’t find heated arguments and raised voices here. We save our competitive spirit for YNAB’s external competitors (or the occasional spirited board game session), but internally we build up our teammates and celebrate their successes. We all love to program and solve problems in clever ways, and we regularly take time to geek out and show each other something cool we built or found to make our lives easier.

    And of course, as a developer, you’ll work closely with our designers, who are amazing. They have the awards (including at least one actual Emmy) to prove they’re good at designing stuff. More importantly, they are welcoming of feedback and suggestions during the development process, and will be happy to tweak an interaction if you tell them that it will save you significant development effort.

    How You'll Work at YNAB

    We work really hard to make working at YNAB an amazing experience. We have a team full of truly exceptional people—the kind you’ll be excited to work with. Here’s how we operate:

    Live Where You Want

    We’re a distributed team, so you can live and work wherever you want. Proximity doesn’t influence productivity. Just make sure you have a reliable internet connection.

    No Crazy Hours

    We rarely work more than 40 hours per week. There have been a few occasions where things got a little crazy and people had to log some extra hours. But then they took some extra time off, so it all balances out. We work hard and smart but we’re in this for the long haul, no need to go crazy on the hours.

    Take Vacation (Seriously)

    We want you to take vacation. In fact, we have a minimum vacation policy of three weeks per year. Five weeks feels about right (plus two extra weeks for Holiday break). It’s important to get out and do something. We’ll look forward to seeing pictures of your vacation in our internal chat room, creatively named #office_wall.

    The YNAB Retreat

    We get the teams together once a year to catch up on spreadsheets and powerpoints in a Best Western conference room. Just kidding. So far, we’ve done Costa Rica, a gigantic cabin in the mountains, a beach house in the Outer Banks, a ranch in Montana, and took over a hotel on Laguna Beach. We do really fun things at these retreats, but the highlight is inevitably just being with each together and having a blast.

    Up Your Game

    We’re serious about helping you improve your craft. We budget for it (hey-o!). Think conferences, Lynda/Skillshare subscriptions, books, and dedicated time away from work to learn something new….We love to see our people grow.

    If You’re International…

    You’ll be set up as a contractor. Employee or contractor, it’s all the same to us. You’re part of the team. As for time zones, we’re flexible as long as a decent chunk of your time overlaps with North American time zones.

    If You’re Stateside…

    You’ll be a W2 employee with fantastic health, dental, and vision insurance, where we cover 100% of the premium for you and your family. (No need to check your vision, you read that right, 100%. Although if you did need to check your vision, no big deal, we’ve got you covered!)

    We also have Traditional and Roth 401k options. YNAB contributes three percent whether you choose to throw any money in there or not. It vests immediately. (Are you a personal finance junkie like Jesse? He set up YNAB’s 401k to have the lowest fee structure possible, where all plan costs are paid by YNAB, not your retirementnest egg. The investment funds available are fantastic, passively-managed, ultra low-cost index funds. You’re not a personal finance junkie? Then trust us, it’s great.)

    Other Tidbits

    • Once you start, we DEMAND (in a friendly, ALL CAPS IS YELLING way) that you fill out your “Bucket List” spreadsheet with 50 items. (That’s harder than it sounds!)

    • The bucket list helps in deciding what we should give you for your birthday and Christmas: No gift cards here. We tried that. Super boring.

    • We have a bonus plan based on profitability. You’ll be in on that from day one. YNAB wins, you win. That kind of thing.

    • We’re all adults. There’s no need to punch a clock, or ask for permission to take off early one afternoon to go see the doctor (health insurance premium 100% covered!). We look at what you’re accomplishing, not how long you sit (have you tried standing?) in front of a computer.

    • We want you firing on all cylinders so we’ll set you up with a shiny new computer and replace it every three years.

    • Did I mention we make a huge, positive difference in people’s lives? We have a Slack channel where we share success stories from our customers daily. It’s amazing. Don’t underestimate this one!

    If this sounds like your ideal environment, read on because now we want to talk about you. You will play a big part in helping YNAB delight users and give them control of their money. You will change lives.

    Now, back to you, our new Full Stack Developer

    You’re a Full Stack developer with at least 5 years of experience shipping, monitoring, and maintaining SaaS apps at scale (not just websites). You’re an expert in at least one modern server-side framework (Rails, ASP.NET, Express, Django, etc).

    You’re not necessarily the “Ops” person where you work, but you certainly understand the infrastructure well enough to aid in architecting and maintaining scalable solutions. We host on Heroku, so experience there is a bonus, but experience with AWS or other popular IAAS/PAAS is just fine.

    Some client-side experience is required as well, meaning you know enough HTML/CSS/some-client-side-framework to get stuff on the screen matching a designer’s spec. We work in small, cross-functional teams where you will likely find yourself responsible for implementation on both the back-end (Rails and Postgres), as well as the front-end (using Ember or Vue and written in TypeScript).

    You’ll help vet and improve our server-side layer, implement new features, integrate with third party API’s, and shepherd our application. We might have conversations that start like this:

    • “How can we be certain that our application is going to scale as we grow? How did the other apps you worked on handle similar load conditions?”

    • “We want to expose these parts of the API to 3rd party developers. Will that API need to differ from our internal API, and if so, how?”

    • We want to make it possible for users to sort their transactions in a new way, and we are thinking of using drag-and-drop to make that possible. What changes on our client and server will be necessary to accomplish this?

    • “We need to integrate a new data aggregation partner to connect bank accounts and import transactions. How do we set it up so that we can reuse most of that work if we bring on another partner later?”

    You’re our person if you:

    • Are an excellent developer that can adapt to new languages quickly.

    • Write code that is easy for other programmers and your future self to understand and use.

    • Have plenty of war stories to tell about the last time you launched a big SaaS application, or weathered a massive spike in load, or recovered from an outage.

    • Know your way around SQL and relational databases. If the database layer turns out to be the culprit behind an issue, it’s not a black box to you. (Experience with Postgres is a bonus.)

    • Have an understanding of algorithms and data structures beyond arrays and “for loops”. That doesn’t mean you have to be a computer science PhD or even that you have to know “Big O” notation, but you should know when to use a Dictionary/Map, and why finding an element in a sorted array is faster than finding an element in an unsorted array.

    • Have excellent debugging skills. You know how to find problems, and how to architect apps so that problems are discoverable in the first place.

    • Already use and love YNAB. (Not a requirement - we’ll give you “bonus points” for this one).

    Some things you might be working on at YNAB:

    • Integrating with 3rd party APIs like Aggregation Providers, Payment Gateways, and Analytics Services.

    • Profiling our most common API calls using tools like pganalyze or Sumo Logic and acting on the information to reduce response times.

    • Helping improve our public and private APIs to make them easier for external and internal developers to use.

    • Working with our external database and security consultants to make sure we haven’t missed anything.

    • Installing monitoring tools like Rollbar to help us detect client-side and server-side issues.

    • Writing automated tests for new features or improving our existing test suites.

    • Submitting and reviewing PRs in GitHub, collaborating in Basecamp, and jumping on a Slack call to get an extra pair of eyes on a gnarly bug.

    YNAB is an equal opportunity employer. We believe diversity of backgrounds, beliefs, and experiences to be critical to our success and are passionate about creating a welcoming, supportive, and collaborative environment for all employees. All are encouraged to apply as we continue to grow a smart, hard-working, and diverse team who love working together to build something that matters.

    How to Apply

    • Apply here (https://ynab.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk0j9o5) by 11:59PM Pacific Time, on June 30th, 2019. Firm. It’s a real deadline.

    • First, you don’t need a resume! Many of our job applicants don’t have one because many weren’t even looking to change jobs! An informal list of your work and education history are all we’re looking for anyway, and you are welcome to include that in your cover letter. Speaking of which:

    • You DO need a cover letter. Attach a pdf of your cover letter. In your cover letter:

    • >>>Introduce yourself and explain why this position is of interest to you, and why you would be a great fit for the position. (It’s okay to brag and not be humble for this part!).

    • >>>Please tell us about apps or anything you’ve built that makes you look good, and describe your role in those projects. (Include links if applicable)

    • >>>Include the phrase “I am not a bot, spammer, recruiter, or agency.” somewhere in your cover letter.

    • >>>Includes answers to the following questions:

    • >>>>>What are your two strongest programming languages? How much experience do you have with them?

    • >>>>>Briefly (no more than a few sentences) describe a proud “debugging” moment you had, where you found and fixed a bug.

    • >>>>>If you were interviewing a prospective candidate for this position, what would be a good interview question to ask to find out if a candidate really knew their stuff?

    • Complete this short coding test (https://www.interviewzen.com/apply/sffVTb) and include a link to your results in your cover letter. It shouldn’t take more than 30 minutes or so.

    We look forward to hearing from you!

    P.S.  If you’re not interested in or available for this position, but know someone who is, we would really appreciate it if you passed this along!

  • Caktus Consulting Group

    Caktus has grown sharp web and SMS applications for business, higher education, and social good since 2007. Our award-winning, Agile teams focus on developing for impact and scalability. We specialize in custom Django apps, but also offer discovery workshops, best practices consulting, and team augmentation. As a full-service shop, Caktus commits to maintaining each project with managed hosting and ongoing Django upgrades. Past and current clients include Mozilla, UChicago, PBS, Discovery Communications and others in media, travel, education, finance, and health research.

    We are looking for a Django Web Developer with at least 2 or more years of experience working as an independent contractor. As a contractor at Caktus, you’ll be a member of a team and work collaboratively on new and diverse projects. Many of our contractors have worked with us on a long-term basis for a number of years. Caktus’ engagement with our contractors is on a project basis, allowing a great deal of flexibility for your life outside of work. We are looking for someone who has between 10 to 30 hours per week available. You could either work from our Durham, NC office or remotely. 

    As a Django Web Developer, you will:

    • Work collaboratively with the development team to get a feel for and learn about the Caktus development process
    • Clone Git and Mercurial code repositories and configure development environments running Django projects
    • Model and implement intricate data structures relational databases such as PostgreSQL
    • Create, implement and edit Django templates with compliant HTML5/CSS3 and use LESS/SASS to organize and make CSS easier to manage
    • Help setup and run projects in production environments on Linux (Debian-flavor) with Nginx, Gunicorn, RabbitMQ, Celery, Redis and other tools frequently deployed alongside Django web apps
    • Write complex Django apps following client specifications while maintaining a high level of unit test coverage to catch and prevent feature regressions
    • Deploy your changes to development servers frequently so clients see progress and feel connected to the process
    • Perform code reviews and use the gitflow branching model to stay in sync with the team
    • Follow agile development methodologies and take part in weekly team scrums and standup meetings

    Caktus is looking for a professional Django Web Developer who:

    • Enjoys working on a small team and is excited to make highly customized web apps
    • Has experience working as an independent contractor
    • Could visit the Caktus office to become acquainted and collaborate with the team
    • Has a strong grasp of Django development techniques and always stays on top of the latest development best practices and tools
  • Caktus Consulting Group

    Caktus has grown sharp web and SMS applications for business, higher education, and social good since 2007. Our award-winning, Agile teams focus on developing for impact and scalability. We specialize in custom Django apps, but also offer discovery workshops, best practices consulting, and team augmentation. As a full-service shop, Caktus commits to maintaining each project with managed hosting and ongoing Django upgrades. Past and current clients include Mozilla, UChicago, PBS, Discovery Communications and others in media, travel, education, finance, and health research.

    We are looking for a Django Web Developer with at least 2 or more years of experience working as an independent contractor. As a contractor at Caktus, you’ll be a member of a team and work collaboratively on new and diverse projects. Many of our contractors have worked with us on a long-term basis for a number of years. Caktus’ engagement with our contractors is on a project basis, allowing a great deal of flexibility for your life outside of work. We are looking for someone who has between 10 to 30 hours per week available. You could either work from our Durham, NC office or remotely. 

    As a Django Web Developer, you will:

    • Work collaboratively with the development team to get a feel for and learn about the Caktus development process

    • Clone Git and Mercurial code repositories and configure development environments running Django projects

    • Model and implement intricate data structures relational databases such as PostgreSQL

    • Create, implement and edit Django templates with compliant HTML5/CSS3 and use LESS/SASS to organize and make CSS easier to manage

    • Help setup and run projects in production environments on Linux (Debian-flavor) with Nginx, Gunicorn, RabbitMQ, Celery, Redis and other tools frequently deployed alongside Django web apps

    • Write complex Django apps following client specifications while maintaining a high level of unit test coverage to catch and prevent feature regressions

    • Deploy your changes to development servers frequently so clients see progress and feel connected to the process

    • Perform code reviews and use the gitflow branching model to stay in sync with the team

    • Follow agile development methodologies and take part in weekly team scrums and standup meetings

    Caktus is looking for a professional Django Web Developer who:

    • Enjoys working on a small team and is excited to make highly customized web apps

    • Has experience working as an independent contractor

    • Could visit the Caktus office to become acquainted and collaborate with the team

    • Has a strong grasp of Django development techniques and always stays on top of the latest development best practices and tools

  • Peerfit
    Must be located: United States of America.

    Not open to outside recruiting firms. Applicants please apply here. Please do not send resumes directly to any hiring manager.

    Peerfit

    Interested in working for a team of people completely redefining how fitness and health care work together? At Peerfit, we’re flipping wellness reimbursements on their head by connecting insurers’ and employers’ wellness dollars to popular fitness studios offering CrossFit, yoga, barre, boot camp, cycling, and more. If working with a team of innovative and driven people who are modernizing how people engage with wellness excites you, look no further than Peerfit.

    POSITION SUMMARY:

    As a senior backend software engineer you'll support the business as it undergoes extensive scaling this year. This will include:

    • Extending our JSON API to support platform features for Web, iOS, and Android
    • Building and supporting new inbound and outbound partner API integrations
    • Standardizing business operations that support account management and engagement of the Peerfit user experience through new technology and tools
    • Applying a domain driven design to the modeling of the application and adapt it to current business strategy and processes

    You will be joining a growing backend team of polyglot developers who are working to bring the current system to its next tier of maturity. The ideal candidate should be prepared to continue to scale the platform's robustness through clean code and test coverage, enhance the adaptability and fault tolerance of the system, and help to coordinate key architecture and technology decisions.

    We're seeking someone who is solution-oriented, pragmatic, and consensus-driven in their approach to rapidly building iterative software that solve real problems in our product and technical domains.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    You will be responsible for managing, extending and scaling our core backend services and help influence our technical architecture with technologies that can support the business' continued growth. You will represent the backend in the delivery of new platform features through full-stack project teams. In addition, you will provide support to your backend peers through pair programming, code reviews, and team-wide continuous improvement.

    You will also collaborate with the other functional areas that make up the Product team including Data, Frontend Web (React), Native mobile (Swift, Kotlin), and Infrastructure. Additionally, you will work with members of the business to understand objectives from first principles, capture requirements through user stories and journeys, and deliver solutions through a stakeholder-driven acceptance process.

    EXPERIENCE/QUALIFICATIONS:

    • 5 plus years of professional experience with a Python-based MVC web application stack, preferably Django or Flask
    • Well versed in test driven development and confident in applying the right amount and types of coverage to support a healthy balance between robustness and speed
    • Capable of managing a restful API that supports both internal and external clients and can provide backwards compatibility where necessary
    • Comfortable driving consensus in contract negotiation with API consumers and experienced with delivering an annotation strategy to support documentation/discoverability
    • Experienced in writing approachable, well-encapsulated code whose intentions are clear to other contributors and well-suited for extension and change
    • Knowledgeable of domain driven design patterns, SOLID principles, and the 12-factor app methodology and when they should be applied
    • Confident navigating situations where minimum viable solutions must be produced to meet fast-paced timelines where the business value is high; capable of setting the right expectations in such cases and proposing longer term strategy on appropriately maturing or deprecating such assets.

    NICE TO HAVES:

    • Strong command of open source tooling including bash, vim, tmux
    • Contribution to an open source project, preferably in the Python ecosystem
    • Experience with Django REST framework
    • Experience with PostgreSQL, mysql, celery/rabbitmq
    • Experience with on-call, issue management, and code quality tools (e.g. PagerDuty, Sentry, Codacy)
    • Experience with Docker, Kubernetes, and/or Google Cloud infrastructure technologies
    • Knowledge of JWT authorization and SSO

    EDUCATIONAL GUIDELINES:

    Bachelor’s degree in an information/comp-sci program or the equivalent combination of education, training, or work experience.

    WHO WE NEED: (Intangibles) 

    • Passionate about health and fitness
    • Desires to have a role in the growth of a startup 
    • Stays motivated and knows how to be persistent
    • Is self-directed
    • Can work remotely and make decisions autonomously at a high level
    • Flexibility to handle changing responsibilities

    WHAT YOU GET:

    • The opportunity to help expand the impact of Peerfit across the United States…and, someday, the world!
    • The chance to work in a relaxed, yet goal-driven start-up culture with a passion for fitness
    • Peerfit credits to attend fitness classes.
    • Chance to work remotely with flexible scheduling
    • Health Insurance & other benefits

    Peerfit is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

  • WP Media

    We are looking for an experienced full stack developer to work on Imagify. Our stack is based on Django and Django Rest Framework for the back-end and EmberJS for the front-end.

    We're intensively using Redis. We also have some services running with NodeJS

    Your job will include:

    • Developing new features
    • Fixing bugs and improving our existing features and stack
    • Solving technical issues in support - doing support is essential in order to get direct customer feedback and improve the product.
    • Improving the scalability of our service (we are optimizing 1.5M images every day)

    ABOUT YOU

    • We value creative problem-solving and a collaborative approach in addition to your technical skills.
    • We’re not just looking for a great developer, but an awesome teammate, too :)
    • Development and support are closely connected in Imagify; we’re proud of our ability to respond to customer feedback, and prioritize the user experience.
    • We are looking for someone curious and who loves to learn new things.

    ABOUT WP MEDIA

    Founded in 2014, WP Media is a distributed team of 20, based all around the world . Our mission is to help people have faster websites.

    We have two products so far :

    - Imagify, a free image optimization service, including a free WordPress plugin: we are optimizing more than 1.5M of images every day.

    - WP Rocket, a premium caching plugin for WordPress used by +500 000 websites and +50 000 customers.

    We encourage employees to enjoy their family and life by having flexible hours and unlimited vacation. We care about the work you do not the hours you do. Please have a look at our Culture Deck

    We have a very strong transparency culture, within our team and to the public.

    We have a public Salary Grid

    REQUIREMENTS

    • 3 years' minimum, experience with Python and Django development
    • A good experience with a front-end JS framework (React, VueJS or Ember)
    • Excellent written and verbal English communication with the ability to explain technical concepts to non-technical users
    • Experience with DevOps or infrastructure management is a plus
    • Experience with NodeJS is a plus
    • Previous freelance or remote work experience is a plus

    BENEFITS

    • Friendly, diverse team
    • Work remotely
    • Flexible hours
    • Loose vacation policy
    • Annual Bonus
  • Labster
    Preferred timezone: UTC +2

    Your mission

    At Labster we are dedicated to empowering the next generation of scientists to change the world. Our goal is to develop software that makes learning both engaging and effective, and to make it accessible to as many students as possible.

    We govern ourselves by using a flat-hierarchy system that is focused on motivation and results. We believe in flexible work hours and a good work-life balance, and while we love to get results, it’s incredibly important for us to have happy team members. At this point in time, we are a team of approximately 40+ developers. Some of the projects we are currently working on include but are not limited to: VR, building complex game/simulation editing tools and an advanced learning analytics dashboard, as well as scaling our DevOps server architecture to reach millions of students. To achieve our goals, we use C#, Unity3D, Python (Django), AWS etc.

    Your responsibilities

    • Extending our award-winning visual 3D simulation editor

    • Designing and developing new features for our highly popular virtual laboratory simulation and gamified education platform

    • Engineering cutting-edge, innovative educational gaming technologies integrated into Unity3D

    • Working as a member of a cross-functional team comprised of C# Developers, 3D Artists, QA Engineers, Content Writers and Content Developers

    • Driving improvements to our coding practices (such as test-driven development practices)

    • Contributing product ideas and working within the Product Team to help refine product features and requirements

    • Developing interpreter for Labster’s domain-specific language for educational simulations

    Requirements

    • You are proficient in designing, developing and maintaining applications using C#

    • You are fluent in written and spoken English

    • You like to take initiative and come up with ideas and you are not afraid of constructively question status quo

    • You have excellent attention to details

    • You are a great team player

    • You have a solid understanding of algorithms, design patterns, and best practices

    • You have a tendency to propose smart yet simple solutions

    Ideally, you also tick off at least 3 out of 5 characteristics listed below

    • You have a MS in Computer Science or equivalent practical experience (this is not a must-have for this role as we are prioritizing practical skills/experience)

    • You have experience working with Unity3D engine 

    • You are proficient in analyzing and optimizing code for performance and efficiency

    • You have experience in developing and maintaining domain specific languages (experience with WPF is a plus)

    • You have experience working with Agile methodologies 

    Why should you join us?

    • We provide a friendly and productive work environment with fun, smart, open-minded international group of people

    • We are a market leader when it comes to VR learning, backed up by renowned capital venture funds like Owl Ventures or Balderton

    • You will have the opportunity to work with the newest technologies

    • We provide a competitive salary based on your qualifications and experience and the company warrants as a part of your remuneration

    • You will own your schedule - flexibility and ability to make a real impact was always our priority 

    • You will have the opportunity to undergo a fun and exciting up to 90 day introductory period in Bali and the opportunity to work from the coolest offices in the whole island (Livit Hub)

    About Labster

    At Labster we are dedicated to empowering the next generation of scientists to change the world . Our goal is to develop fully interactive software that makes learning both engaging and effective, and to make it accessible to as many students as possible (see short trailer here). We are partnering with major publishers and other EdTech companies such as Pearson, Springer or Google. We believe in flexible work hours and a good work-life balance, and while we love to achieve great things via concentrated work, it’s incredibly important for us to have happy and engaged team members across all of our locations: the US, the UK, Denmark, Switzerland, and Indonesia.

  • Soshace
    Must be located: United States of America.Preferred timezone: UTC -9 to UTC +15
    • Are you looking for a remote work on international projects?
    • Are you looking for 40 hours a week workload?
    • Is it suitable for you to use time tracker at work?
    • Is your hourly rate $20 - $30?

    Soshace is an online platform that will provide you with remote work with hourly payment on modern projects lasting on average 6-9 months and more.

    We are looking for a long-term partnership so when the first project ends we’ll find you a second one and after that the third and so on.

    We expect you to work on our projects 8 hours a day Monday-Friday in your time zone.

    • Do you have more than 3-year commercial experience with JavaScript?
    • Do you have more than a year of experience in commercial projects with React or Angular version 2 and above?
    • Do you know HTML, CSS, cross-browser and adaptive layout?
    • Do you have commercial experience with Node.js or Django on the back-end? (would be a plus)
    • Do you have good writing and speaking skills in English (Upper-Intermediate and above)?

    If you answer “yes” to all questions, send us your CV and be ready to provide a portfolio of projects you took part in.

    We have the next stages of the interview:

    1. Primary interview (a detailed discussion of your resume and portfolio)
    2. Online test
    3. Interview with a technical specialist
  • Crossway
    $60,000.00 - $70,000.00.Preferred timezone: UTC -8 to UTC -4

    Reports To: Web Development Manager

    Description of Position: As a core member of our team, you will use your skills to challenge, extend, and improve our existing Web properties. You must be organized and detail oriented with the ability to work independently and in teams. We are open to remote candidates, though preference will be given to those who can meet periodically in Wheaton, IL.

    Please provide a link to your Github profile, if possible.

    Required Technical Skills:

    • Solid understanding of Python, Django, and the basics of Git
    • Basic understanding of web technologies
    • Familiarity with API consumption and integration

    Desired, But Not required Technical Skills:

    • Unit testing
    • PostgreSQL
    • Advanced Git

    Responsibilities:

    • Development of existing external Web properties
    • Web infrastructure maintenance and architecture
    • Related microsite, services, and API development
    • Other duties as assigned
  • Daupler, Inc. (Techstars '18)
    $70,000.00 - $125,000.00.Preferred timezone: UTC -8 to UTC -4

    At Daupler, we have a big vision to help cities respond to emergencies and prevent water contamination. As a well-funded KC based startup (Techstars Alum), we are rapidly expanding and looking for engineers who are excited about solving real problems that impact public health.    

    About the Role:
    We are looking for Engineers who can help us build a world class platform, while understanding front end components (React, React Native) as well as microservices and back end components like Django. As a high growth technology company, who were awarded a Techstars Impact company for our ability to safeguard public health,and are looking for people who are excited about helping our journey to make issues like what happened in Flint Michigan a thing of the past.

    The Daupler platform is completely cloud-native. We leverage containers and orchestration tools for efficient deployments at scale. We leverage PostgreSQL databases and utilize React and React Native to maintain highly extensible front-end architectures. 

    We are currently using: 

    • JavaScript, React.JS and React Native 
    • Django, Python
    • Docker Runtime/Packaging
    • PostgreSQL 
    • HTML5/CSS 
    • RESTful Web Services 

    Why Work For Us:

    • Competitive Salaries along with company equity so early contributors benefit from our success. 
    • Engineers come to work for us because our problems are interesting to solve, come with complex challenges, and impact all of our lives.
    • You won't just work on some prototype that will never be used – you’ll be building services and features that will hit production.
    • Flexible and casual work environment.
    • Time Off is essential . We provide unlimited vacation for all employees.
    • We’ll provide all the resources you need to do your best work.

    NOTE: U.S. Citizens and all those authorized to work for any employer in the U.S. are encouraged to apply. We are unable to provide sponsorship at this time.

  • Soshace
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.Must be located: United States of America.Preferred timezone: UTC -9 to UTC +15
    • Are you looking for a remote work on international projects?
    • Are you looking for 40 hours a week workload?
    • Is it suitable for you to use time tracker at work?
    • Is your hourly rate $20 - $30?

    Soshace is an online platform that will provide you with remote work with hourly payment on modern projects lasting on average 6-9 months and more.

    We are looking for a long-term partnership so when the first project ends we’ll find you a second one and after that the third and so on.

    We expect you to work on our projects 8 hours a day Monday-Friday in your time zone.

    • Do you have more than 3-year commercial experience with JavaScript?
    • Do you have more than a year of experience in commercial projects with React or Angular version 2 and above?
    • Do you know HTML, CSS, cross-browser and adaptive layout?
    • Do you have commercial experience with Node.js or Django on the back-end? (would be a plus)
    • Do you have good writing and speaking skills in English (Upper-Intermediate and above)?

    If you answer “yes” to all questions, send us your CV and be ready to provide a portfolio of projects you took part in.

    We have the next stages of the interview:

    1. Primary interview (a detailed discussion of your resume and portfolio)
    2. Online test
    3. Interview with a technical specialist

    Salary

    20-30 USD/hour

    Location

    • Worldwide
  • HeySummit
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.Must be located: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

    HeySummit is hiring a Full-stack Engineer to help us build the best platform for sharing knowledge with the world.

    About HeySummit

    HeySummit empowers anyone to run amazing virtual summits from anywhere. From selling tickets and organising speakers, to managing talks and outreach, HeySummit is a complete wrap-around system for organisers of online conferences, speaker series, media libraries and summits.

    Everyday, people use HeySummit in new ways to spread human knowledge and with a smaller carbon footprint.

    About the Role

    Despite launching just months ago, HeySummit has already experienced a sudden and significant burst of users which has been great for building our community. While this growth has been positive, one of our biggest goals is to build a fantastic product that delights and makes a difference.

    Joining us at this early stage means you have the opportunity to meaningfully shape the product. As an early member of the team, you’ll get to know how the customers use the product, become deeply knowledgeable about the architecture, and write production code for new features as well as improvements. Your opinions carry meaningful weight in our decisions about the direction of the product.

    Key Responsibilities

    * Building new features to spec in production code in the frontend (JQuery, Bootstrap, Less), backend (Django + PostgresSQL), and architecture (AWS)

    * Working on integrations between HeySummit and the tools our customers love to use

    * Liaising with the product and customer happiness team to figure out issues and work on new features and improvements

    About You

    * You pride yourself on writing clean, easy to read code

    * You are diligent about contributing to documentation

    * You understand the value that fixing bugs brings to customers

    * You feel comfortable interacting with nontechnical stakeholders

    * You have experience with CI/CD

    * You test your code before every push

    * You create automated tests as you build

    * You are interested in self-improvement

    * You see the value of engaging with the whole team on a daily basis

    Who We Are

    We are a small team with backgrounds in building businesses that delight customers. With HeySummit, we’re on a mission to be the best way to spread human knowledge.

    HeySummit is a business borne out of need, after Ben wanted to run an online conference and couldn’t find something to do the trick. He didn’t have a solution, so decided to build one. After a successful summit and listening to the 50th person begging to know what platform he’d used, the decision to open HeySummit to the world was made.

    More than just a summit platform, we strive to make an impact with everything we do.

    Where We’re Going

    We see HeySummit growing into a highly impactful company, building a beautiful product that empowers users all over the world.

    The future, we believe, is distributed, and we’re building a connected team that can work from anywhere. We welcome applications from all over the world.

    Following in the footsteps of pioneers like Buffer and Doist, we’re deliberate about the culture we develop. This means fostering a working community of independent thinkers, supporting one another to work our best, and encouraging personal and professional growth.

    Working With Us

    We believe exceptional work is about adopting a mindset of continuous learning and being comfortable with failure, openness and vulnerability. We practice radical candor, provide a supportive environment and encourage everyone to challenge assumptions. We have a no-blame culture where everyone’s ideas have value.

    We’re remote positive. We believe you’re best placed to understand how you work best, and we have resources available to help you work when and where you want. We find that +/- 4 hours from Edinburgh (UK time) works best, however are open to considering other options for exceptional candidates.

    We believe communication is vital for exceptional work. We have daily video standups, open calls, and 121s where you meet and build relationships with every member of the team. We have two all-company off-sites per year. These activities help us to build a strong and supportive workplace culture.

    How We Hire

    First and foremost, we look at the abilities of the candidate and match them against the job description. Following the meeting of that bar, we prioritise diversity of background, expertise, and experience. We respect a willingness to learn and grow, and expect mutual honesty and input.

    We believe that diversity is strength and we offer a culture and opportunities to make inclusivity the norm. As a team we are inclusive and encouraging of differences, and flexible in how, when, and where we work. We value a willingness to learn and develop, vulnerability, and radical candor. Applicants are welcome from any background, nationality, culture, sexual orientation, gender identity, and religious affiliation.

  • Vocinity
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.

    Looking for a senior full-time remote Python developer. The position pays $1000 - $1500 a month and does require you to take a proficiency test.

    Expert in Python

    Experience in backend development

    Third Party API Integration

    Python Framework (Django is preferred)

    Experience with API authentication (OAuth is preferred)

Older - Remote Django jobs
  • FineTune Learning
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.Preferred timezone: UTC -7 to UTC -3

    FineTune is seeking a full stack developer with strong hands on experience on reactjs, axios, react-apollo, graphql, python, flask/django, pytest, docker, database performance and microservices. S/he must have experience working with at least 3 production released software projects/products that they have deployed on AWS or Google Cloud and working for at least 10 years releasing production quality software. S/he should be hands on tech and comfortable solving complex system problems while making sure software team understands clearly what they are building, while refactoring/architecting new and existing services to scale to support 5 million users. 

    You should have hands on experience in optimizing front end code performance, analyzing API caching errors, comfortable digging into docker containers and be diving into large code bases to refactor components and migrate database models.

    S/he should also be comfortable interacting with customer and provide guidance on the technical feasibility and scope of engineering/rearchitecting needed to solve problems and deliver features. Full stack developer will also work with QA team to find best ways to increase the performance of the development team and enhance software quality and development speed.

    S/he will interface with engineering leadership to continuously drive innovation and new product development while promoting and advancing the scalability and modularization of current platform we are working on with Collegeboard and other partners. S/he will be essential member of the engineering team to drive company vision and mission while scaling the software for larger audience.

    Experiences necessary to be successful:

    • Proven experience in understanding complex user needs with multiple stakeholders and providing practical solutions that can work in production

    • Always automating solutions, but making it clearly understandable to other developers and users

    • Highly collaborative and be able to communicate both interpersonally and in your code (we <3 COMMENTS! and ability to think about future developers)

    • Not afraid to dive into other’s code, refactor and rewrite if it’s best for maintenance and end user

    • Eye for great software engineering practices (i.e. experience in dealing with bad code and improving or refactoring with good design)

    • Experience in debugging performance issues with javascript and reactjs or other SPA architecture

    • Experience in developing testable components

    • Experience in relational schema and data migrations with ability to optimize indexes and data for database performance

    • Experience with rigor in branching, rebasing, cherry picking and collaborating in github

    • Experience in agile sprints a plus

    • Desire to continuously, learn, improve and apply new technologies that will increase operational efficiency and effectiveness

  • SmileDirectClub
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.

    We’re SmileDirectClub, and we believe everyone deserves a smile they’ll love. We also believe that you deserve a job you’ll love. Good thing you found us, and we found you. At SmileDirectClub, we’re all about empowering transformation. We want people to become more confident in how they look, how they feel, and how they think. So, we’re spreading smiles and positivity all over the country.

    It’s no small task. That’s why we’re looking for energetic, passionate, and confident team members who can help turn frowns into life-changing grins. Are you up for it?

    SmileDirectClub is hiring a Senior Python Developer to help create the technology platform for an innovative B2C startup. We're looking for bright, ambitious, and highly capable people that can thrive in a fast-paced dynamic environment while working with advanced technologies.

    Responsibilities:

    • Architecture, design, code, test, and QA for our website and technology platform

    • Operational support for website and technology platform

    • Mentor Junior Developers

    • Current technology stack includes: Python, C++, Java, Scala, C#, DynamoDB, MySQL, PostgreSQL, VueJS, Git, AWS, Kubernetes.

      It will really make us smile if you have…

    • Ability to gather business requirements and develop design documents, implement the code and test

    • Ability to take a task from requirements to deployment and support

    • Ability to work on multiple tasks, prioritizing and organizing these tasks to maximize productivity

    • Self-starter with strong communication skills

    • Ability to work independently as well as in a team

    • Eagerness to tackle problems outside your core competencies and learn new technologies as required

    • BS or MS in Computer Science, Information Systems or demonstrated industry hands-on experience

    • Minimum 6 years of hands on experience open source development

    • Experience in the design and development of sophisticated, modern web applications and services

    • Strong proficiency in Python and the Django web framework

    • Strong proficiency in HTML, CSS3, and JavaScript

    • Proficiency in Git

    • Development experience with Amazon Web Services (AWS)

    • Experience with agile development processes

    • Understanding of Development Operations and server architecture

    Benefits of joining the club:

    • Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance

    • 401K with match

    • PTO

    • Aligner and Whitening Benefit

    • Collaborative work environment and positive culture

    SmileDirectClub was founded on a simple belief: everyone deserves a smile they love. The Company is the first digital brand for straightening your smile, created after the realization that recent trends in 3D printing and telehealth could bring about disruptive change to the invisible aligner market by matching licensed professionals, a quality clear-aligner product, and customers together. By leveraging proprietary, cutting-edge technology, SmileDirectClub, LLC-affiliated dentists are providing greater access of care to consumers who couldn’t otherwise afford orthodontic treatment to get a better smile.

    Who We Are: https://vimeo.com/284966502

    https://smiledirectclub.com

  • Property Meld
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.

    About us

    Property Meld’s mission is to radically improve how the property management industry handles property maintenance. If you’ve ever had a maintenance issue at your housing rental, you know how much of a pain it can be to get it fixed quickly and reliably. It doesn’t have to be this way. Join Property Meld and help solve the headache that is rental maintenance for millions of people every single day.

    We’re a fast-growing company that’s looking for a motivated software engineer who wants to have an impact. You’ll be part of the core team and have the chance to build on the foundation of a product used by tens of thousands of users (and growing!). Our development team cares deeply about making a great product that is fast, reliable, and easy to use.

    Your role
    As part of the engineering team you'll help scale Property Meld's web application. This will include developing new features, improving our CI/CD processes, profiling and fixing performance issues, and brainstorming with the rest of the team on other technical challenges.

    What you an expect from Property Meld

    • The chance to scale and build out an ambitious project
    • Work-life balance
    • Smart and dedicated coworkers
    • Use exciting technologies
    • Involvement in the decision making process

    Requirements

    • Shipped high quality production software
    • Experience designing and implementing backend services
    • Experience with SQL databases
    • Python experience is preferred (Django experience is a plus)
    • Excellent verbal and written communicator

    Benefits

    • Three weeks paid vacation
    • Healthcare plan for you and your family
    • Choice of tech equipment
    • Meetups with the rest of the company 1-2 times a year
  • Property Meld
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.

    About us

    Property Meld’s mission is to radically improve how the property management industry handles property maintenance. If you’ve ever had a maintenance issue at your housing rental, you know how much of a pain it can be to get it fixed quickly and reliably. It doesn’t have to be this way. Join Property Meld and help solve the headache that is rental maintenance for millions of people every single day.

    We’re a fast-growing company that’s looking for a motivated software engineer who wants to have an impact. You’ll be part of the core team and have the chance to build on the foundation of a product used by tens of thousands of users (and growing!). Our development team cares deeply about making a great product that is fast, reliable, and easy to use.

    Your role As part of the engineering team you'll help scale Property Meld's web application. This will include developing new features, improving our CI/CD processes, profiling and fixing performance issues, and brainstorming with the rest of the team on other technical challenges.

    What you an expect from Property Meld

    • The chance to scale and build out an ambitious project

    • Work-life balance

    • Smart and dedicated coworkers

    • Use exciting technologies

    • Involvement in the decision making process

    Requirements

    • Shipped high quality production software

    • Experience designing and implementing backend services

    • Experience with SQL databases

    • Python experience is preferred (Django experience is a plus)

    • Excellent verbal and written communicator

    Benefits

    • Three weeks paid vacation

    • Healthcare plan for you and your family

    • Choice of tech equipment

    • Meetups with the rest of the company 1-2 times a year

  • DealTracker
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.

    Here's to the crazy ones. The hackers. The doers. The curious geeks in a world of corporate zombies…

    On top of the salary, you'll get generous stock options, performance-based bonuses, and annual profit share, as well as extensive training and mentoring, BUT…

    You must be a perfectionist — you're simply too passionate about your work to call something "done" when it's not near perfect yet!

    Do you remember how "Monica" from F.R.I.E.N.D.S was obsessed with the little details? Now, imagine if she became a front-end engineer somehow… Do you think this is you?

    Okay, we want to hire you if you:

    • are an absolute expert in JavaScript, including vanilla code

    • have rock-solid skills in building SPAs and PWAs using React.js and redux

    • have experience with SSR technologies and Next.js specifically

    • have a good understanding of reactive programming, as well as modern trends in JS

    • can build mobile apps using React Native

    • can turn design system mockups to pixel-perfect code with attention to detail

    • know your HTML5 and CSS

    • know how to deliver a fully-responsive experience across different devices

    • care about loading speed and on-page SEO best practices

    Extra points for:

    • experience with SVG animation
    • contributions to open source projects
    • UX design knowledge
    • a rudimentary knowledge of Python/Django
    • knowledge of Swiss Design and other abstract influences
    • being a fan of Pink Floyd

    On top of that, you…

    • are passionate about making a difference in an early-stage startup with a kickass product
    • like hacking pet projects, just for fun and kudos
    • can work in a fully-remote environment and embrace asynchronous communication
    • document and test your code, and are familiar with continuous delivery
    • are familiar with Agile methodologies

    Your typical day at DealTracker

    You will be working in a small team of A-players, reporting directly to our Tech Lead and our CEO. You'll be taking the lead on the front-end side of things. We built a proof of concept using React/redux. You'll be working on turning it into a proper PWA.

    So, on a typical day, you will:

    • build and scale new features on the front-end
    • improve and fix existing functionality
    • take care of your personal staging environment
    • work closely with backend, helping to define the APIs
    • participate in the design and architecture of new features
    • If you know React Native, you could also take part in building our mobile app

    So, what will we build together?

    DealTracker is a real-time deal aggregator that collects deals from all the major online retailers in the US and ranks them based on factors like current and historical prices across different stores, product reviews, brand reputation, etc.

    It's also a social platform for curated shopping, where people can create shareable product collections in a Pinterest-like fashion. They can also follow their favorite brands and product categories for personalized deal discovery.

    We didn't launch the product yet, but you can demo our old PoC here to get an idea. [NOT PUBLIC - Please, don't share it]

    Are you the real deal? Let's talk!

    If you can build kickass PWAs with Silicon Valley standards and want to join a team of A-player hackers, now is the time to apply…

    Fill this quick form to apply

    It only takes a few minutes. We would love to hear about your experience and the coolest projects you contributed to. A resume is not required, we'd rather see your code.

    Our process is fast and you'll know our final decision within a week. We are also very flexible on timezones. This job should fit nicely with your typical workday if you're from Europe, North America, or MEA.

  • Invitae
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.Must be located: United States of America.

    Invitae is a healthcare technology company that leverages genetic information to empower doctors and patients to make informed medical decisions. Our software engineers work on a variety of projects ranging from innovations in healthcare systems to taming the chaos of biology. We're constantly improving our tools and technologies to deliver the highest quality actionable information for patient health. If you want to apply your knowledge and skills to improve the lives of millions of people join our team. 

    Why Invitae?

    1. You will change patient’s lives on a daily basis.

    2. You will have the scale to impact millions.

    3. We are on the cutting edge of medicine.

    About our Team

    Invitae needs engineers with diverse backgrounds to help us achieve our mission - provide genetic information to billions of people. We are a cross-functional team of scientific domain experts and dedicated, curious engineers. We build systems that take massive amounts of genomic data, combine it with the world's scientific literature, add to it years of rigorously curated results, and package it all neatly for our scientists to consume. It's a lot of information. As the data gets bigger, our systems need to get better and faster. That's where you come in. 

    What you will do

    • Help define and build new features or applications based on technology and business needs
    • Write structured, tested, readable and maintainable code
    • Participate in code reviews to ensure code quality and distribute knowledge
    • Lead technical efforts for internal or external customer needs
    • Support your teammates by continuing to learn and grow

    What you will bring

    • Industry, academic, internship experience with full stack architecture

    • Bachelor degree in computer science or related field

    • 2+ years exp & Solid knowledge of Python and Django

    • 2+ years exp in JavaScript and React

    • Familiar with databases (MySQL, PostgreSQL, NoSQL, etc.)

    • Great communication skills. Experience with distributed teams is a plus

    At Invitae, we value diversity and provide equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. We will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance.

  • Calibrater Health
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.Must be located: United States of America.

    Calibrater Health is hiring a front-end software developer to help us build and maintain our web application. This is a full-time remote position with a company that values a good work / life balance and provides excellent opportunities for career growth.

    Although it is a remote position we are only considering candidates who live in the US.

    About the Role

    You will work as part of a small team to design, implement and ship real features that get used daily by our happy paying customers. While the majority of the work is new feature development, there are also a few legacy obligations. Some of the work will involve maintaining, upgrading or refactoring old parts of the system.

    Our application is written in Python, Django and PostgreSQL - and the frontend is a combination of Django templates, Bootstrap and jQuery. We’re looking for someone who can take ownership of this and improve our front-end technologies and overall user experience.

    About You

    We value diverse teams built from different backgrounds, experiences and identities. As a front-end developer you should have a good design aesthetic, a solid understanding of UI/UX principles and strong HTML, CSS and JavaScript skills.

    Framework experience isn’t that important - in fact, we’d prefer it if you were comfortable writing modern ES6 without all the baggage a framework brings - our stack is intentionally small and lean so we can move quickly!

    Most importantly, you will also need to be pragmatic - we consider delivering functional software to the customer the ultimate factor that measures progress.

    Benefits

    We offer:

    • the chance to be part of a high quality, close-knit team with a positive, supportive and flexible culture
    • competitive equity and salary compensation
    • medical, dental and vision benefits
    • quarterly team retreats to interesting locations around the US
    • although we’re remote, we’ll pay for a co-working space if you prefer that to working from home
    • all the peripherals, monitors, etc you need to be productive
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