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Software Engineer

We are looking for a talented software engineer passionate about creating software that changes the world! As a software engineer on the product development team, you will help with the development and deployment of Green Button Go® Software — a powerful laboratory scheduler used to control laboratory robots and automated systems — generating, testing, and deploying code. In this role, you will work with cutting-edge Life Science scheduling software, robotics, instrument drivers, big data, and analytics and work closely with customers to debug and resolve software and driver issues. A successful candidate will have a passion for good coding practices and an aptitude for solving intricate puzzles.

JavaScript Developer

Do you want an opportunity to work on the future of RGB?! Do you have a passion building products that can touch hundreds of thousands of people? Do you want to work at a company where customers have real excitement for the products you help create? We are looking for developer who can push the limits of RGB and gaming.

Our headquarters is south of San Francisco in Burlingame.

This is not a web development position. The SignalRGB engine controls RGB hardware using a Javascript plugin system.

As our Javascript programmer, you will be building and maintaining SignalRGB’s plugin library. Your role will be to take existing RGB peripheral hardware such as keyboards, mice, fans, RGB controllers, AIOs, GPUs, etc. and creating plugins for each hardware product into SignalRGB. The SignalRGB engine allows our developers to control any addressable RGB peripheral on the market.

Pay: $25.00 - $65.00 per hour

Data Science and Machine Learning Specialist

Hawk-Research is looking for Data Science specialists with knowledge of Data Mining, Machine Learning, Electronics Engineering to provide assistance with our projects in academic research sphere. We are building a knowledge sharing platform to help people during their studies, so they can improve their level in mentioned disciplines.
             
We strive to help our clients facilitate learning and improve their performance through modern technology and knowledge sharing services. We are looking for self-organized experts in Data Science and Machine Learning who can help us and our customers with various projects..

Please check our webpage hawk-research.com for more details.

Compensation varies between $30 and $100 USD per hour (depending on the complexity of the project)

Python Developer

Crunch.io, part of the YouGov, are hiring a Python Developer to help develop our platform. We are inviting you to join our small, fully remote team of developers and operators helping make our platform faster, more secure, and more reliable. You would help us deliver new features and build the future for how we deploy our products faster and safer while increasing the availability and reliability of our systems. You will explore different ways of problem solving and discover, explain, and defend your choices in implementation. You will be self-motivated and disciplined in order to work with our fully distributed team.

Backend E-commerce Developer

Jamie Makeup is Hiring! We are looking to bring on a Backend ECommerce Developer to support our team with building out a member portal for the Jamie Makeup website and develop the Jamie’s Crew experience with our team. This is a great opportunity to service a growing online business. This will be a freelance / contract position for the months of December-January.

Pay: $50.00 - $75.00 per hour

COVID-19 considerations:
We are fully remote. All meetings take place on zoom and communication takes place via Slack.

Clinical Software Analyst

As a clinical analyst you will create Clinical Reminders for Medsphere’s CareVue electronic health record. These reminders are a form of clinical decision support that present clinicians with recommendations for patient care based on clinical best practice and the patient’s signs, symptoms, and test results. Your work will help hospitals improve healthcare outcomes as well as regulatory compliance.

Medsphere is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran, or disability status.

Software Engineer

As one of our Software Engineers, you’ll play a critical role in part of our team structure. You will help to make what matters most to our customers and users of AkitaBox when it is needed most.

Amentum

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Web Software Developer

Amentum is currently seeking a REMOTE Web Software Developer to support an IT Managed Services program for the Department of Energy. The overall program includes a 500+ work force performing Enterprise IT support, Service Desk, and Telecommunications support across multiple facilities and locations, for classified and unclassified telecommunications and information technology (IT) systems for National Technology and Engineering Solutions of Sandia (NTESS).

The Web Software Developer works in an organization that provides web design and development services for Sandia. This organization considers the necessary content management and delivery vehicles needed to attain customer business goals, including web content and communication products. The Web Software Developer shall consult and support all aspects of web development, such as systems analysis and design, user interface and experience design, workflow support, programming, project leadership, and product user training and support.

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.