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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 September 2018

1. Front-End Web Developer at HigherEducation.com
What they’re looking for:

  • HTML5
  • CSS3
  • Illustrator/Sketch
  • WordPress

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time, 401(k); medical, dental, and vision insurance; paid time off, gym-membership reimbursement, flexible schedule

2. Front-End Developer at Crispy Mountain
What they’re looking for:

  • Rails
  • HTML
  • SASS
  • React

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time

3. Front-End Developer at Brushfire
What they’re looking for:

  • One or more years of experience coding web applications using HTML/CSS/Javascript and some server-side language (Ruby/PHP/Node/ASP.net/etc)
  • One or more years of experience with mobile responsive design using popular frameworks such as Bootstrap
  • Familiarity with consuming HTTP Web API’s
  • Familiarity with distributed version control systems
  • Ability to communicate fluently, pleasantly, and effectively—both orally and in writing, in the English language—with customers and co-workers
  • Passion, integrity, and energy

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time

4. Front-End Javascript Developer at SelfDecode
What they’re looking for:

  • Must know Javascript, CSS and HTML well
  • Execute creative and visually stunning front-end solutions
  • Translate designs, wireframes, and mockups into highly composable code
  • Collaborate and troubleshoot issues with various stakeholders and our back-end team
  • Write clean, readable code and tests
  • Give and receive feedback while working with a team
  • Strong communication skills and the ability to work independently and as part of a team required

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time

5. UI/UX Front End Developer at PP
What they’re looking for:

  • Experience delivering code via GitHub
  • Comfortable with the bootstrap framework
  • Quick response time is essential
  • Portfolio of professional work that you can share, clearly showing your contribution to the project

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time

6. Front-End Developer at mmda
What they’re looking for:

  • HTML5
  • CSS3
  • JS (intermediate) and jQuery
  • GIT
  • Fireworks and Photoshop

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time

7. Front-End “UI-UX” at Afaqy
What they’re looking for:

  • HTML5
  • CSS3
  • JQuery

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time

8. Front-End Engineer at Remote.com
What they’re looking for:

  • Senior AngularJS experience
  • JavaScript/HTML/CSS expert knowledge
  • English speaker

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time

9. Front-End Developer at Spacious
What they’re looking for:

  • Strong grasp of HTML, CSS, and JS
  • Love of design, attention to detail

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time

10. Front-End Engineer at Indiez
What they’re looking for:

  • Proficiency with JavaScript and HTML5
  • Professional, precise communication, written and oral skills in English
  • Extensive knowledge of React JS best practices and commonly used modules based on extensive work experience

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time, extremely competitive compensation, frequent invitations to Indiez events going on around the world

11. Front-End UI/UX Expert at Intelligent Legal Risk Management Solutions LLP
What they’re looking for:

  • Understanding of basic UI/UX principles
  • Expert knowledge of Photoshop/ Illustrator
  • User-centric designing
  • Ability to assess and advise on critical areas of designing
  • Expertise in front-end coding, Bootstrap, HTML, CSS, JS, and JQuery

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time

12. Front-End Developer at Aha!
What they’re looking for:

  • Experienced in Ruby-on-Rails, HTML, CSS, and Javascript
  • Has helped design and implement key functionality for a cloud-based product
  • Wants to have ownership and responsibility for a major aspect of product functionality from front-end development through to the user interface
  • Likes to think about how to tailor a user experience, but is also comfortable creating highly scalable infrastructures
  • Wants to be great and work in a fast-moving, online environment where the end-user is king

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time

13. Front-End Engineer at Grubhub
What they’re looking for:

  • Experience building highly-scalable interactive web applications (e-commerce preferred)
  • Extended knowledge of JavaScript
  • History with one of the 3 major web frameworks (React, Vue, Angular)
  • Experience writing object-oriented code, especially in JavaScript. Typescript is a plus
  • Experience working in a test-driven development

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time, unlimited paid vacation days, weekly Grubhub credit

14. Front-End Engineer at DistantJob
What they’re looking for:

  • JavaScript
  • ReactJS
  • Redux
  • Mongo DB
  • Git

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time

15. Innovative React Native Developer at Creatella
What they’re looking for:

  • Solid skill set in React.JS and/or React Native, along with Redux
  • Familiar with WebPack
  • Mastery of the basics: JavaScript, ES6/ES7, HTML5, CSS3
  • Experience on a remote team a plus
  • Fairly good command of English (both written and spoken)

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time

16. Senior Front-End Software Engineer at Path Network
What they’re looking for:

  • Experience with: React.js, Redux, API design and development, GraphQL, Jest, Flow, Node.js, HTML, CSS

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time, competitive compensation and bonuses, flexible work hours; health, dental, and vision insurance; unlimited PTO, company provided hardware

17. Senior Front-End Developer at Netronix
What they’re looking for:

  • Strong experience with React and Redux
  • Strong English communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Solid coding practices including peer code reviews, unit testing, continuous integration, TDD, etc.
  • Experience working with Agile engineering practices
  • Demonstrated interest in staying current with the latest industry trends and techniques

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time, great compensation

18. Mapbox + React.js Developer at Buildateam
What they’re looking for:

  • Experience shipping production code
  • Proficiency in Mapbox + React.js
  • Proficiency in Github, MongoDB
  • HTML5 layout and CSS3 fluency
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Being able to work flexible hours

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time, career growth, flexibility

19. Front-End (React) Developer at StarOfService
What they’re looking for:

  • Passionate Frontend (React) developer
  • Best practices and best technologies
  • Available to join ASAP

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time

20. React/Redux Developer at payever
What they’re looking for:

  • Strong experience with React Native (React + Redux)
  • Code library in Git or another source that we can see
  • Ability to communicate clearly and efficiently in English
  • Desire to be a part of an international team
  • On-time delivery and commitment to long-term cooperation

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time

21. React JavaScript/React Native Developer at Creatella
What they’re looking for:

  • Solid skill set in React.JS and/or React Native, along with Redux
  • Familiar with WebPack
  • Mastery of the basics: JavaScript, ES6/ES7, HTML5, CSS3
  • Experience on a remote team a plus
  • Fairly good command of English (both written and spoken)

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time, flexible hours

22. React/React Native Developer at Aurity
What they’re looking for:

  • React Native
  • JavaScript
  • Redux
  • Unit/E2E tests
  • Very Good command of English
  • Knowledge about Functional programming
  • Passion for clean code and be up to date with good patterns and latest trends
  • Very good, stable internet connection

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time, opportunity to join international workshops

23. Ember Front-End Developer at Ticketsolve
What they’re looking for:

  • Experience with programming languages Ruby and Javascript preferred but good programmers always welcomed
  • Strong understanding of front-end technologies: JavaScript, HTML5, SASS, Ember preferred
  • Strong programming skills with focus on clean design, well refactored code and automated testing
  • Comfortable working as part of a remote team

The Fine Print (and Perks): Full-time

 

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