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Chances are that by now you’ve heard about the upsides of working in tech. High-paying roles that offer flexible schedules (hello, remote work), strong company culture, the chance to work on game-changing products and services, and, most important, security.

Want a tech job yet? Good, because this week, we’ve partnered up with our friends at PowertoFly to share a selection of the tech positions out there. And the best part? They’re almost all flexible or remote, so you can work from wherever you are (or want to be).

Once you’ve found the right job listing for you, make sure you spruce up that resume and cover letter, and get your portfolio in shape to guarantee you’re not just a competitive candidate, but a prepared one. Happy job hunting!

1. Systems Engineer for Circonus

You should be able to:

  • Write production quality code in multi-threaded and event-driven C and supporting languages
  • Interoperate smoothly with an agile team using version control, CI and testing for safety
  • Solid debugging skills both live and post-mortem
  • Perform code reviews

The Fine Print (and Perks):a discretionary PTO policy, health insurance, gym reimbursement, a generous 401k, the opportunity for a bonus

Apply »

2. Full Stack Engineer for Blockstack

You should know:

  • Python
  • Node JS
  • SQL
  • Javascript
  • REACT
  • OAuth

The Fine Print (and Perks): work with people who are proactively involved in the mission of decentralizing the internet

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3. Backend Software Engineer for Laterpay

You should have:

  • Experience with Python and its ecosystems
  • Experience with or exposure to some other tools which exist in our projects: Django, Celery, PostgreSQL
  • Be comfortable running as well as developing applications
  • Experience with “zero downtime” deployments / migrations
  • A good surface/contextual-level understanding of “the full web stack”
  • Communication is vital, especially as a distributed team, where most tools we use don’t communicate tone or body language.

The Fine Print (and Perks): Make your own schedule, only need to overlap with coworkers 4 hours/day

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4. Python Engineer for Pond5

You should know:

  • Python
  • Celery
  • Boto for AWS
  • Flask
  • Agile
  • Jira

The Fine Print (and Perks): International team and competitive compensation

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5. Data Science Practice Lead for Very

You should know:

  • React & React Native
  • Swift & Objective C
  • Elixir, Phoenix, and Nerves
  • Ruby on Rails
  • Serverless

The Fine Print (and Perks): Performance bonuses, maternity/paternity leave policy, 401K matching, and other employee benefits including reimbursement for home office equipment and gym memberships.

Apply »

6. Junior or Intermediate Front-end Developer for Manifold.co

You should have:

  • Strong communication skills with a team centric approach to discussion and decision-making. Empathy and respect for others, with “strong opinions loosely held.”
  • Solid grasp of CSS principles and semantic markup.
  • Knowledge of Javascript, REST APIs, and React. Knowledge of Redux, styled components, GraphQL, front-end security, and time-to-interactive optimization is also very valuable.
  • Full command of Git, GitHub, the terminal, continuous deployment and integration, and other modern fundamentals.
  • Experience deploying and operating server-side code that could have used a service like Manifold is extremely nice to have.

The Fine Print (and Perks): Competitive salary, 27 days of paid time-off, 8 weeks paid parental leave for new mothers and fathers, and more!

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7. Product Manager, Core (Remote) for Buffer

You should have:

  • Strong UX and design skills and familiarity with design tools, e.g. Sketch or FigmaStrong technical understanding, as well as knowledge and experience of lean product development methodologies
  • Ability to read external API specifications and understand what is technically feasible
  • Ability to query, interpret, and dig into data using a tool such as Looker, to form strong data-informed decisions. Basic SQL experience is useful but not required.
  • Knowledge of key SaaS metrics definitions such as MRR, Churn, LTV, CAC, ARPU
  • Experience with, or a desire to learn, customer and UX research interview

The Fine Print (and Perks): Remote/flexible work, competitive pay, and more.

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8. Customer Champion (Remote) for Zapier, Inc.

You should be able to:

  • Help customers via email or chat to ensure they have the best experience possible (teammates tend to send 60+ emails every day), troubleshooting their problems and answering their questions.
  • Write documentation to help users help themselves (all the documentation on our help site is written and maintained by the support team: https://zapier.com/help/)
  • Work with the product team to build tools that will speed up and increase the quality of support at the same time
  • Experiment: this is a startup so everything can change

The Fine Print (and Perks): Remote/ flexible work

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9. Technical Service Manager (Dallas, TX, Flexible) for Dell EMC

You should have:

  • The ability to effectively interact and communicate with Senior Executive to CxO-level personnel
  • Excellent presentation, communications, and interpersonal skills
  • 6+ years enterprise experience with data center technologies such as Windows, Linux, VMware, EMC, Compellent, EqualLogic, blade technology and networking

The Fine Print (and Perks): Dell offers a series of programs to support and help nurture their employees, competitive pay, and more.

Apply »

10. Senior Marketing Designer (Remote) for Close.io

You should have:

  • 4+ years of design experience in an in-house marketing or design team
  • 4+ years experience working for SaaS software products
  • A strong portfolio demonstrating a variety of marketing work or projects
  • Ability to code what you dream up in HTML, CSS, and JS
  • Comfortable sharing work early and working iteratively

The Fine Print (and Perks): Paid time off, remote/flexible work, competitive salary

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11. Senior UI Designer (Remote) for Duck Duck Go Inc

You should have:

  • A proven track record with 7+ years of related product design experience which is demonstrated by an exceptional portfolio of distinctive work that shows your high standard of craft and ability solve challenging problems
  • Proficiency in current design (e.g., Adobe creative suite and Sketch) and prototyping tools (e.g., InVision, Framer, Principle) and use them to communicate ideas with your team and test with users
  • The ability to adapt designs across a variety of platforms and devices, and understand their opportunities and limitations
  • Someone who thinks at a high level about creative strategy and vision, but can also execute based on provided direction
  • Proven project management experience, such as contributing towards project plans and defining requirements

The Fine Print (and Perks): Remote/flexible work, company meet-ups twice a year

Apply »

12. Part-Time React Instructor (Remote) for General Assembly

You should have:

  • Strong experience using the following tools: JavaScript and React
  • 5 years of at least 2-3 years of work experience in a role where you’ve used React.
  • You are eager to shape the skills, minds, and trajectories of eager General Assembly students.
  • You are the person that your colleagues naturally gravitate to when they are trying to figure something out.
  • You are active in the React community.

The Fine Print (and Perks): Participate in a strong online community of students and teachers

Apply »

13. Technical Curriculum Manager – Machine Learning (UT, Flexible) for Pluralsight

You should have:

  • Strong interpersonal communication and diplomacy skills, as well as experience operating in customer-facing roles
  • The ability to quickly analyze and comprehend new or unfamiliar technologies and associated technical communities
  • BS or MS in related industry/field or equivalent experience (Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Information Systems)
  • 1-3 years of project management experience (PMP certification a plus)
  • A successful candidate will be well experienced in key Machine Learning workflows, tactics, and algorithms

The Fine Print (and Perks): Competitive pay, unlimited PTO, tuition reimbursement

Apply »

14. Senior Software Engineer (Remote) for Tigera

What they’re looking for:

  • Experience with a breadth of programming languages and frameworks (Golang experience highly desirable).
  • A drive to get things done in a highly collaborative, agile development environment.
  • Experience with one or more of the following areas and technologies: Networking, Security, Kubernetes, Docker, related or similar.
  • BS in CS or related / similar degree (equivalent experience may suffice).

The Fine Print (and Perks): Unlimited PTO, flexible work schedules, competitive salaries and early stage options

Apply »

15. Consulting Engineer (Remote) for Tyk Technologies Ltd.

What they’re looking for:

  • Background in software development and/or solution architecture
  • Practical experience working with APIs
  • API Gateway concepts such as authentication, authorisation, load balancing, mocking, transformation etc
  • Analysis and assessment of functional requirements
  • Understanding of common internet technologies, protocols, standards and data formats

The Fine Print (and Perks): Unlimited time off, a flexible schedule

Apply »

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4 comments

  1. Tannie Replied

    A lot of these jobs want you to have 5 or more years though? How do you apply if you only just finished the Break into Tech courses with Skillcrush?

    • Anonymous Replied

      Really good question… starting to feel a bit disillusioned 

    • Pascal Replied

      That’s right. These positions don’t seem to fit to a beginner / recently trained coder.

    • Scott Morris Replied

      Hi Tannie,

      We receive a variety of job postings from our partners (ranging from entry level to intermediate) and repost them as a resource for job seekers across the experience spectrum.

      That said, we always want to support job seekers who are new to tech or who are recent grads of BIT or any of our individual Blueprints!

      We know it can feel frustrating and daunting when it seems like jobs have experience barriers to entry, so here are some resources and tips to keep in mind:

      First, remember that not all job requirements are set in stone. Requirements can often be negotiable and met with a different set of skills or experience. You can read more about meeting job requirements here.

      Second, you can tailor your job searches to tech roles that are friendly to “entry-level” applicants. Here’s a list of roles that are a good fit when you are starting out in tech.

      Another route to tech job experience when you’re new to the industry is side hustling your way into the field. By taking on work for individual clients (something you can do with just a portfolio!) you can start building up experience that will help you land a full-time job. You can read more about tech side hustles here, and in our Ultimate Guide to Going Freelance.

      Finally, you can always look to the Skillcrush community as a supportive model. Here are some success story links that illustrate how Skillcrush alums transformed their new skills into paid work:

      Chelli Johnson
      Rachel Moldovan
      Sara Regan
      Sarah Greer
      Rashida Thompson
      Paola Maldonado
      Kim Foster
      Charlotte Baker
      Becca Slosberg

      I hope these resources can be of some help to you, and that you keep working toward your career change dreams! Thanks for your comment, and please let us know if we can help you further.

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