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To be honest, I love working for a completely remote company. Sure, there are challenges to going remote—you’re responsible for your own productivity, you have to work to fight isolation, and you may never wear pants again—but the downsides are easy to overcome and beyond worth it. Working remotely is totally key to that ever elusive work-life balance, and having a fully remote job means flexibility, more time that’s yours, and freedom. Seriously—I can’t stress the upsides enough.

A day working remotely might mean a morning meeting over video chat with your team, calling in from all over the world. (Skillcrush, for example, has far flung employees all over the US, and some who work from Europe and Asia.) When all you need is a laptop and internet connection to be “at work,” you can work from anywhere.

Finding remote work is easier than ever—especially given the rise of tons of remote work job boards. The ability to work remotely is one of the key benefits of learning how to program—and with the tech industry leading the way in remote work, there’s no shortage of jobs to be had by coders, developers, visual designers, engineers, and everything in between. Not sure where to look? We’ve got you covered with this roundup of remote tech jobs from some of our favorite companies hiring right now, whether you’re a junior developer just getting started or have some advanced tech skills up your sleeve. (Pro tip: Interested in the company, but the position isn’t a great fit? Be sure to check out their profile pages to see what other tech position openings they have currently available.)

Once you’ve found your ideal job listing and are ready to start applying for jobs, make sure you get a solid grip on what it’s really like to work remotely remember to spruce up that resume and cover letter, get your portfolio in perfect shape, and check out how to nail the remote job interview so you can land that job. While you’re at it, check out some serious home office inspiration to get prepped for your new remote life.

Remote Tech Jobs for June, 2018

1. Front-End Engineer at Particle

What they’re looking for:

  • Fluency in HTML, CSS & JavaScript
  • Experience working with Ember and/or React
  • Experience writing and maintaining front-end automated tests
  • Comfort working as part of a distributed team with many remote colleagues
  • Very strong communication skills

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time, competitive benefits, stock options, cell phone bill allowance, generous parental leave policy, and flexible vacation policy

2. Front-End Developer at mmda

What they’re looking for:

  • Front-end professionals to integrate development team
  • Knowledge of HTML5, CSS3, JS e jQuery, and GIT

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time

3. Front-End Developer at Brushfire

What they’re looking for:

  • Experience coding web applications using HTML/CSS/Javascript and some server-side
  • language (Ruby/PHP/Node/ASP.net/etc)
  • Ability to communicate fluently, pleasantly, and effectively—both orally and in writing in
  • English—with customers and co-workers
  • Passion, integrity, and energy.

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time

4. Javascript Developer – Microsoft Edge at eye/o

What they’re looking for:

  • Strong experience with JavaScript
  • Excellent knowledge of how the web works including the latest web technologies
  • Experience and high interest in Microsoft technologies
  • Good sense for quality, simplicity and maintainability of your code

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time

5. Web Designer at NationBuilder

What they’re looking for:

  • Passion about designing responsive, pixel-perfect websites and have exceptional attention to detail with a portfolio to prove it
  • Proficiency in HTML5 and CSS3

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time

6. Front-End Developer at Aha!

What they’re looking for:

  • Experience in Ruby-on-Rails, HTML, CSS, and Javascript
  • Someone who has helped design and implement key functionality for a cloud-based product
  • Someone who wants to have ownership and responsibility for a major aspect of product functionality from front-end development through to the user interface

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time, generous salary, equity, benefits, and a profit sharing program

7. Front-End Developer at Unhaggle Inc

What they’re looking for:

  • Javascript experience
  • Strong web development experience
  • XHTML, CSS and Javascript
  • Proficiency and hands on experience with responsive web sites, including the Bootstrap library
  • Experience using version control software
  • Git is a plus

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time

8. Front-End Developer at Xtensio

What they’re looking for:

  • Expert knowledge of JavaScript using JQuery Framework
  • Familiarity with server-side frameworks
  • Excellent grasp of HTML, CSS, SCSS
  • Demonstrated design and UX sensibilities
  • Solid computer science fundamentals
  • Familiarity with Git

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time

9. Front-End Web Developer at SpinSys

What they’re looking for:

  • Experience building responsive enterprise web-based applications using HTML 5, CSS3, and JS
  • Experience interacting with server side RESTful and oData services using jQuery and other
  • JavaScript frameworks
  • Ability to work independently and collaborate with external team members in a fast-paced agile environment

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time, well-rounded package of benefits, paid holidays, unlimited leave, 401(k) with employer contribution

10. Front-End Developer at Audiense

What they’re looking for:

  • Very strong ability to create an interface using HTML5, CSS/CSS3 and JavaScript
  • Someone who writes clean, elegant and practical JavaScript code using React.js and the other usual suspects: ES6, Redux, Webpack and CSS Modules
  • Experience working with JavaScript frameworks and Object Oriented JavaScript
  • Solid understanding of the full web technology stack (e.g. HTTP, cookies, headers, asset loading / caching)
  • Disciplined approach to testing and quality assurance

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time

11. Front-End Developer at GMB

What they’re looking for:

  • Experience bringing WordPress themes to code (HTML/CSS/JS)
  • Some sense or experience in UX design
  • Familiarity with modern front-end tools (Gulp, Sass, etc.)

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time

12. Front-End Developer at Mediacurrent

What they’re looking for:

  • Experience building user interfaces from for design assets for the web and/or software applications
  • A CSS/HTML5 guru
  • An understanding of latest trends and techniques for styling for desktop and mobile browsers

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time

13. JavaScript/Front-End Coder at Action Verb

What they’re looking for:

  • Experience building and delivering React.js applications that have seen actual production usage
  • Solid web development frontend skills in JavaScript, HTML, and CSS, including ES5, JSX, Sass, and React.js
  • Firm understanding of how to write secure frontend code and an awareness of common web application security vulnerabilities

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time

14. Front-End Engineer at RetailNext

What they’re looking for:

Experience with an MVC framework like Ember.js, Angular.js or Rails
Proficiency in Javascript
Excellent visual and verbal communication skills

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time, competitive compensation package, benefits, and an employee stock option program

15. Front-End (React) Developer at StarOfService

What they’re looking for:

  • A passionate Frontend (React) developer looking at building something great
  • The kind of engineer who loves to learn new technologies

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time contract that can run long-term

16. Front-End Engineer at RetailNext

What they’re looking for:

Proficiency in Javascript
Excellent visual and verbal communication skills
Experience with an MVC framework like Ember.js, Angular.js or Rails
Production experience with Ember.js is a plus

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time

17. Front-End Developer at Appnovation

What they’re looking for:

  • Strong knowledge of React (Javascript) and Material-UI
  • Knowledge of D3 and other open source charting/reporting frameworks
  • Experience of progressive web design experience is a strong asset
  • Good knowledge in Photoshop & Illustrator and other design and wire framing tools
  • Experience setting up Views Configuration and Views Templates
  • Excellent HTML5, XHTML, CSS/CSS3, JQuery, Ajax and JavaScript programming skills

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time

18. Web Developer at Articulate

What they’re looking for:

  • Multitalented software developer with a good eye
  • Knowledge of Rails, React, Node.js, Babel, CSS, Elasticsearch, GitHub, Slack

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time

19. Java Software Engineer at JP Morgan Chase

What they’re looking for:

  • Ability to collaborate with high-performing teams and individuals throughout the firm to accomplish common goals; proficiency in one or more general purpose programming languages: Java, HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, JQuery, React.js, Angular.js, and Unix
  • Understanding of software skills such as business analysis, development, maintenance and software improvement.

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time.

20. Front End Engineer at Rainforest

What they’re looking for:

  • Experience working with React and writing unit tests for production applications Agile
  • Startup mindset
  • Experience maintaining CSS for a large project
  • Experience with git or other distributed SCM systems.

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time, medical insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, generous vacation time, competitive compensation, stock options, and voluntary 401k program.

21. React Native Developer at Creatella

What they’re looking for:

  • Solid skill set in React.JS and/or React Native, along with Redux
  • Familiarity with WebPack
  • Mastery of JavaScript, ES6/ES7, HTML5, CSS3

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time

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