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SAIC

Remote

Java Developer Principal

SAIC is currently seeking a motivated and energetic Principal Java Developer to join our team in Alexandria, VA to begin an exciting and challenging career.

SAIC is an Equal Opportunity Employer, fostering a respectful work culture based on diversity, equity, and inclusion that values all contributors. 

Dot Net Developer

We need three Senior RPA/Blue Prism and /or UI Path Developers for long term projects. They are a .Net shop so they want .Net experience more than Java. Candidates need to be heavy on the Blue Prism/.Net side with extensive experience with RPA. The more years of experience and the more Certifications the better.

Python Software Engineer

Piper Companies is seeking a REMOTE Python Software Engineer for a technology driven company. The REMOTE Python Software Engineer will be responsible for greenfield development leveraging Python.

Boeing

Remote

Software Engineer

We are seeking multiple Entry Level Software Engineers to join The Boeing Defense, Space & Security (BDS) team located in Heath, Ohio (35 minutes East of Columbus, Ohio).

This position allows telecommuting. (Hybrid) The selected candidate will be required to perform some work onsite at one of the listed location options. (Heath, Ohio).

This position requires the ability to obtain a US Security Clearance for which the US Government requires US Citizenship as a condition of employment. An interim and/or final U.S. Secret Clearance Post-Start is required.

Boeing is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, genetic factors, military/veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.

Frequently Asked Questions

What kind of remote programming jobs are there?

From the moment you enter the remote programming landscape, you need to know what jobs are out there and what each requires from you as a programmer. Our table above provides a pretty comprehensive resource here, so don’t hesitate to keep that to hand as you embark on your remote programming journey. 

While some positions, such as front end and web development, require many of the same skills. Others, such as data science, couldn’t be more different. Know these distinctions before you even embark on training in these fields, and tailor your efforts to the best and most suitable positions every time.

How do you find remote programming jobs?

Anyone embarking on remote work is liable to wonder how they’re supposed to find jobs in the first place. Luckily, we’re in an age where this undertaking is easier than ever, with job boards like those above listing remote positions across the programming landscape. 

Note, too, that networking abilities such as social media portfolios and more can also work wonders for landing long-term contracts and roles earned through reputation. And, of course, once you’ve secured your first few clients, there’s every chance that you’ll be able to find remote programming jobs through those initial connections moving forward. 

That being said, it all starts with ongoing searches on those top remote job boards. 

What to look for in remote programming jobs?

Even once you’ve found the jobs you’re after, it pays to note that you shouldn’t take every half-suitable listing onboard. Instead, you should build a quality portfolio of reliable clients by looking out for specific quality indicators in each position you accept, such as:

  • Reputable clients.
  • Pre-agreed pricing.
  • A clear and concise programming brief.
  • Long-term contracts over short one-time undertakings.
  • The chance to develop connections during the experience.
  • A written, formal contract outlining duties, deadlines, and payment terms.

How to be successful as a remote developer?

Ultimately, your success with remote programming will always come down to many things, but none matters as much as your work ethic. Without a manager enforcing rules onto your shoulders, you must master everything from client interactions to job prioritization and time management. And, you must do it all while producing quality work that you can be proud of. 

This way, you’ll both be able to build a quality portfolio and enjoy the positive word of mouth marketing that comes from a remote job completed to the highest professional standards.