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Part-Time WordPress Solutions Engineer

We’re looking for a new team member to help support our growing membership! You’ll be tasked with solving problems and coming up with creative solutions for our members on a daily basis. It’s challenging, fun, and rarely boring.

This is a part-time position with the possibility of full-time after a trial period. 20-30 hours per week to start. This is a remote position; work from home or wherever you’d like!

You’ll be working directly with members and as part of our team. You should enjoy problem-solving and not give up if Google doesn’t immediately present a quick answer. We’re looking for people who are fluent in English, both verbally and in writing, and who can expertly communicate solutions to members.

Most of all, you need to love working on WordPress websites and have a positive, energetic personality. The interactions our members have with our team is a big part of why they stay with us, and you’ll be a key part of that experience!


You’ll handle incoming support requests as they arrive and provide solutions as needed. This usually entails things like debugging plugins or themes, adding new content or functionality, optimizing performance, or simply giving technical support or advice to members.

When not handling support requests you’ll be maintaining member sites, applying updates, and testing to ensure proper functionality. This is a never-ending process but one that is critical for our members and so we take it very seriously.

We’ll also ask you to help with things at Barrel Roll, including adding new functionality and documentation and generally contributing your fantastic ideas. Your input will matter.


  • 3 years of experience administrating WordPress on a regular basis.
  • Proficient programming capabilities in CSS/HTML/PHP/JS.
  • Experience with responsive design. The more design experience you have, the better.
  • Familiar with relational databases, comfortable in PHPMyAdmin, and can understand and execute SQL queries.
  • The ability to work as part of a team.
  • People skills.
  • Drive.
  • Proficient in Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, and Google Search Console.


  • Has not only administered WordPress for a period of three years or longer but has provided support for customers during that time as well.
  • Is active within the WordPress community, either by providing support at WordPress.org, contributing plugins or themes, or has in some other way engaged. If so, please submit links to your repos or examples of how you’ve been involved.
  • An understanding of Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Experience in SEO with great results, even better!
  • Experience working with Linux/Apache servers.
  • WooCommerce experience.
  • Familiarity with platforms like Helpscout, Basecamp, Slack, Git, live chat, etc.
  • 1 day ago
  • Barrel Roll

Remote Ruby Developer for SaaS Web Product

Position: Full-time Ruby Developer for SaaS Web product
Reports To: Product Manager
Demand: Typically, 40 hours per week during normal business hours
Location: Remote (within the U.S.) or on-site in Dayton, Ohio
Start Date: Flexible
Application: http://bit.ly/OAMMRUBYDEV

Once a Month Meals (OAMM) is a Web-based product and community with the goal of empowering wellness through meal planning and freezer cooking.

OAMM believes that your work, time and hobbies shouldn’t come at the cost of family and health. Gathering around the dinner table, eating with those you care about and enjoying a nutritious meal is paramount to our mission. Therefore, we create software to further empower individuals to bring back family dinner time without sacrificing the little spare time they have available—giving our users time for what matters most.

OAMM began as a mom blog in 2009 with a deep, rich, invested community. Over the last several years it has emerged as a SaaS product fueled by the passions and membership of the community. The technology side of our product is exciting and challenging to build but unlike many other SaaS products, it isn’t the technology that drives the product. The driving force is our community/membership. We believe strongly that these two things, technology and community, have to be in balance and we are looking for a web developer that can respect, appreciate and aspire to help us grow both. OAMM is also committed to steady growth through self-funding as we evolve our product.

The Position
Once A Month Meals is looking to add to its technology team an experienced Ruby Developer. As part of the OAMM technology team, you’ll work with freezer cooking, “cooking math,” ecommerce, and more. You’ll need to be comfortable with SQL databases like MySQL and Postgres, and either understand (or be able to come up to speed quickly on) Solr. Experience designing, building, and supporting HTTP APIs with authentication is important, because we leverage a number of third party APIs for crucial aspects of our systems.

It will be important to have the experience and ability to do some long-term, big-picture architecture thinking but have the skills and desire enough to implement this architecture through solid, tested code.

Your job duties will include:
  • Maintaining two Rails apps
  • Keeping the Ruby gems updated on staging and production environments
  • Watching and improving performance (speed and analytics) of APIs
  • Build, maintain and test new features
  • Develop automated deployments and tests
  • Assistance in setting technical direction for the OAMM products

  • Ruby
  • Rails
  • MySQL
  • Postgres
  • Git
  • Automated deployments (Capistrano, etc.)
  • Stripe API

Because we are a small (8 full-time and 3 part-time), fully-bootstrapped team, we all play multiple roles. As we grow, we want to continue to build a product design and development team. This position will be a key-player on that team with opportunity to impact the technical architecture and the future development team.

The ideal candidate is:
  • a self-starter—they seek out opportunities to learn new methods or technologies
  • a problem-solver—they figure out how to get things done
  • comfortable with task runners like gulp and grunt
  • competent with git and github
  • mindful of performance and interested in implementing tools like performance budgets
  • unashamed in their support of accessibility best practices as well as progressive enhancement and responsive design
  • able to communicate effectively in writing and in-person
  • willing to balance all constraints of a problem: user needs, timeline, budget, product vision
  • A meal planner - they see the benefits and are willing to plan meals for themselves on a regular basis

Experience with deeper software development best-practices (or strong desire to grow into them) is a plus:
  • work with other members of the product team to build modular, maintainable and reusable code
  • work with internal and external resources to implement fixes and features to the stack currently in place (WordPress, Sass, Rails, Ember)
  • recommend and implement best-practices around developer productivity, source-control, automated testing, API design, security, performance and share our learnings with the greater tech community

Additional experience in the following strongly desired:
  • Solr
  • CircleCI
  • Docker
  • PHP
  • Familiarity with javascript frameworks such as React, Ember, or Angular

The Culture
OAMM strives to create an environment where individuals are encouraged to work independently but enabled to work collaboratively. We recognize the importance of balance and are very family-friendly.

The Benefits
  • Competitive Salary
  • Personal Days: Two weeks (plus one week holiday shutdown and minimal standard US holidays due to peak sales periods matching those holidays—so we try to make up for it during the year)
  • Flexible Schedule: Work when you want, just provide us with some Eastern Time Zone overlap for meetings
  • All the hardware and software needed to do your job
  • Opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of families
  • 1 week ago
  • Once A Month Meals

WordPress Engineer

We’re seeking WordPress engineers to join the Zao team on a contract basis. As of now, we’re looking for a minimum three-to-six month commitment on a 20-40 hours/week commitment, and ideally, looking to add some folks to our team in the long-term for the right fit. All positions at Zao start with a 90 day trial period.
See application link for more details!
  • 1 week ago
  • Zao

Website Developer


We're looking for an awesome website developer with an eye for design, to join our fast-growing marketing agency working on a full-time, remote-working basis. We offer challenging work for real clients, intensive training and mentoring and a starting salary of £21,216 a year (plus benefits).

We specialise in the technology sector and our clients include well-known names such as Microsoft, Symantec and Dell as well as ambitious but smaller tech companies.

The interview process for successful candidates will involve a review of your application and work, initial phone screening, several rounds of online interviews with Articulate people and an exercise that shouldn’t take more than a couple of hours.

If you’re interested, please apply right away and remember, we value attention to detail, honesty and personality.


At Articulate Marketing we work together to build a good company, do remarkable work and communicate effectively. You’ll be joining an 16-person, entrepreneurial company in an ambitious but informal role - we take our work seriously; ourselves, less so. As a remote-working organisation, we pay extra attention to developing and maintaining our culture. That means we’re looking for:
  • A rugged individualist rather than a corporate clone. We like someone with a good sense of themselves.
  • Someone willing to speak up when they need support. This is a two-way street: we need you to put yourself forward, volunteer ideas and offer your help as well.
  • Someone comfortable with communicating via web conferencing, Slack, Basecamp and email. Really communicating. It doesn’t have to be a lot, just get in there and put effort into getting to know people.
  • A person who has a genuine interest in participating in the life of the company, whether than means participating in meetings or in our social events (for example, we like to have a virtual pub night in on occasion. No cliques or office politics here, just people who enjoy one another’s company).
  • You to be able to come to London on a regular basis - 8 to 12 times a year - for company and client meetings. We pay your travel costs. You must be based in the UK or the EU.

For more about the culture at Articulate, visit our website, and check out our About us page. Also, read our blog. Start here and here.


Successful Articulate staff are analytical, thoughtful, creative, passionate, intellectually curious and a little bit geeky.
We expect you to have:

  • A strong interest in website development, with an ambition to learn and grow
  • An intuitive understanding of a design brief and an ability to turn a great design, provided in Illustrator or Adobe XD format into neat code
  • A great eye for design and good understanding of design and development trends
  • Basic understanding of website development, including HTML, CSS and Vanilla Javascript
  • Some proof of development work. This can include a degree or online course projects. Please note that GitHub links are not ideal - please share links to a working site or app
  • Curiosity and excitement about the world of technology (our target market)
  • Strong organisational and time management skills
  • Attention to detail to an almost obsessive level
  • Enthusiasm to learn new coding languages
  • Fluent written and spoken English

For additional bonus points:

  • Experience with WordPress, HubSpot or similar CMS
  • A strong interest in UX/UI design
  • Graphic design skills
  • An interest in digital marketing
  • Some familiarity with Growth Driven Design or other agile, iterative methodologies

With training, support and time to learn new platforms:
  • Implementing website designs in HubSpot CMS and, to a lesser extent, in WordPress (these include building modal pop-ups, responsive website pages as per provided design mock-ups, sticky sidebars and others page elements for data-driven, agile websites).
  • Building interactive elements for web pages in JavaScript.
  • Managing small projects, under supervision. This can involve direct contact with clients, as well as participating in client calls.


  • A chance to deliver meaningful work for amazing clients, such as Microsoft, and ambitious, interesting smaller firms
  • The freedom to work remotely - from home - in a flexible way
  • Training and support in agile web development, HubSpot and WordPress, HTML and CSS as well as access to online courses for other skills.
  • A starting salary of of £21,216 a year plus benefits including an £840 a year Happiness Account that can be used for things like training; a pension scheme; private health insurance, and a company Kindle with access to the company library
  • 1 week ago
  • Articulate Marketing

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WordPress Lead Developer - 65k Salary Yearly.

We are paying 65k a year for this position as a starting salary.

Our products serve an amazing community of business owners that make a living using our products. You’ll be our number one authority to keeping products up to date, including maintaining, bug fixing, dealing with issues via GitHub that need to be solved, and developing new theme and plugin concepts working closely with our product manager.

A bit about us, Astoundify launched back in 2013 with our first product, and we already have thousands of happy, paying, marvelous customers. We’re also growing month by month, which means we have lots of customers using our products and that means there’s quite a bit of problem solving to keep everything running smoothly. The great thing is, you’re a great problem solver and understand how to debug and fix issues that arise and work great with other developers and product managers.

About This Role:
This role will cover WordPress development for our products from basic bug fixes using PHP, JS, CSS to advanced product development using Gutenberg blocks and our new frontend WooCommerce editor which uses React.js and everything in between. On a day-to-day basis, you would be responsible for maintaining our products (keeping in mind that each of our repositories have development and release instructions for easy adoption for another maintainer.) to helping bring new products to life that have been designed and frontend developed.

You will be happy to know that because we’re a tech company we use great customer support and company management tools such as GitHub, Helpscout, Slack, Dropbox, Trello and the like, and you should be familiar with those. Basic customer service experience is essential. We expect you to come with excellent communication skills backed by good generalist WordPress development experience.

We Are: 
  • A culture of creatively minded, hard working people who are excited about Astoundify and being part of its growth and success.
  • Flexible working conditions – work where you want to work.
  • We provide access to a company computer (MacBook) and any other equipment you may need to complete your day to day tasks.
  • A fast paced and growing environment where everyone has regular interaction with teammates from all over the world.

What We Offer:
  • Competitive salary, starting salary of 65k year.
  • 21 Days of paid vacation.
  • Paid parental leave.
  • Flexible schedule.
  • Equipment budget.
  • Conference and continued education budget, attending events by Envato, PressNomics, WordCamp US/EU.

Who Should Apply?
We care strongly about diversity at Astoundify, and welcome candidates of all variety, and from all backgrounds. If you think you have the skills and experience needed for this role then we’d like to hear from you.

Whats Next?
If you think this is the job for you, we’d love to hear from you. Just apply for this job using the form located on our website, include a resume and cover letter and let us know what the strangest tech problem you have ever had to solve was. Good luck!

  • 1 week ago
  • Astoundify

Agency Web Developer

Job Overview

Responsible for several maintenance projects at once. Develop insights to improve upon our processes and quality assurance. Regularly help tweak automations for continuous deployment and improvement as well as port them over to legacy projects.

You have a passion for healthy code and spot ways to address infractions with automation and scripting. You think gitflow is neat and has merit. Since many projects are either "legacy" or inherited builds, you have an expert ability to quickly identify and troubleshoot bugs/defects—you can just figure it out because you have so many debugging skills. You also assist with deployments to production.

  • Are you really good at automation and scripting?
  • Do you thrive on multiple simultaneous projects?
  • Do you cringe when you see bad code get through the pipelines?
  • Do you feel the need to improve process to achieve efficiency?
  • Do you occasionally get the itch to do some quick frontend templating?

If you're into all of that, keep reading!


  • Implement front-end and back-end technical solutions based on requirements of our projects
  • Ensure that correct technology processes are being employed and followed
  • Manage and engage in regular check-ins and onboarding with developers for automation or code review
  • Help refine best practices, workflows, and standards and contribute to company knowledge sharing effort
  • Review, merge, and deploy code from other remotes on minor maintenance projects.


  • Expert hands-on knowledge of front-end development including HTML5/CSS3/Javascript
  • Expertise with PHP content management systems including WordPress and ExpressionEngine
  • Expert knowledge developing cross platform/browser (iOS, Android, IE, Firefox, Safari, Opera, etc.) for web applications
  • Solid understanding of web technologies including AJAX, social networking and blog platforms, widget development, mobile and emerging digital interfaces
  • Familiarity with and adherence to web standards and best practices for load time reduction and accessibility
  • Expertise in working with git using gitflow branching model
  • Experience with shell environments, UNIX/Linux administration, and scripting thereof
  • Proven ability to manage multiple projects successfully
  • Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a high-pressure environment
  • Strong communication skills (both in person and in writing) while interacting with individuals with a range of technical understanding
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills

Growth Opportunities

Plenty of opportunities to grow within the team. This is part QA, part DevOps, and part Build-release engineering on a smaller scale. Opportunities to specialize and grow as the business scales!!!

This is a mid-level web developer role.

This is a TEMP-to-PERM basis.
  • 1 week ago
  • Barrel

Lead Engineer

About the position:

Wirecutter Money is looking for an experienced web engineer to lead the development and drive the architectural decisions of its small engineering team with a focus on its newly established financial product database. This database is the lynchpin of Wirecutter Money’s ability to provide accurate and up to date information to its readers, automate changes within content to our financial products, and build the foundation for the business.

The tech stack for Money consists of:
  • Node.js, Express, and React
  • MongoDB, GraphQL, and Apollo
  • PHP, WordPress, MySQL
  • Elasticsearch
  • AWS Lambda, RDS, etc.

This is a new position created as we continue our investment in Wirecutter Money. Money engineers operate within a distributed, agile, cross-functional squad that includes product, project, design, editorial, and other engineers. While some of this work will be self-contained, there will be a number of features or dependencies requiring collaboration across Wirecutter’s engineering organization.

What are we looking for:
We are a startup within a startup within a big company. For that reason, we’re looking for a strong communicator and a scrappy problem-solver. You should love to roll up your sleeves, find creative solutions, proactively identify opportunities, and deliver user and business value.

We’re looking for an engineer that will help us grow this new venture from the ground up. As such, you should love to solve problems, be comfortable with uncertainty and be unafraid to make mistakes. Most importantly, you should have a deep passion for helping readers navigate complex subjects. We are a fiercely independent and reader-centric company. A deep appreciation to serve the reader above all else is a must.

You will:
  • Collaborate with your squad leaders and stakeholders on the scoping, planning, prioritization, successful execution, and rollout of user or business features.
  • Research and recommend technical solutions that best align with our product and business goals.
  • Build scalable, high-quality, and innovative back-end features and workflows that underpin our credit card database and bank API integrations.
  • Define new data models that are appropriately scalable, standardized, and reliable.
  • Help to guide, define, and architect the tech stack behind the Money team’s editorial operation.
  • Design applications with extensibility in mind, while considering efficiency, and the burden of developer onboarding.
  • Configure analytics events and tracking metrics for reporting.
  • Write code that is simple, reliable, maintainable, performant, and functional.
  • Share information and learnings with others.
  • Perform code reviews with meaningful feedback.
  • Test and troubleshoot with automated testing or manual quality assurance.
  • Write and maintain user and software design documentation for our applications and infrastructure.
  • Debug, support, and maintain our applications, environments, and related services.
  • Improve our development workflow and infrastructure.
  • Mentor and coach other members of your squad and the engineering team.
  • Contribute to engineering initiatives as a member of Wirecutter’s engineering team.

About you:

  • You have 5+ years experience in software engineering.
  • You have production experience with Node, React, and GraphQL.
  • You have experience reliably integrating and handling data from multiple APIs.
  • You understand the challenges of scaling and caching a Node.js back-end application.
  • You understand the challenges of being data-dependant on multiple external APIs.
  • You have experience building applications at scale on any major cloud provider (AWS, GCP, etc.)
  • You can design & optimize queries, data sets, and external API data storage that helps generate insights and addresses reporting needs.
  • You are thoughtful, clear, and persuasive in writing and in person.
  • You have strong problem-solving skills and critical thinking abilities.
  • You have experience listening to product and business users, and can translate their needs into actionable tasks.
  • You are proactive and comfortable working quickly on a small, dedicated project team without micromanagement of day to day tasks.
  • You are excited to play a pivotal role in Wirecutter’s mission, innovation, and growth.
  • You are passionate and enthusiastic about what you do.
  • You have experience with version control, shell scripting, the Unix filesystem, and automating deployments.
  • Ideally, you have experience with MongoDB or another NoSQL database.
  • Ideally, you have experience with WordPress or another PHP based CMS.
  • Ideally, you have production experience within a microservices architecture.
  • Ideally, you have experience with Docker, and basic environment and infrastructure configurations.
  • Ideally, you have experience in providing technical leadership, advocating for your team, and steering multiple stakeholders when needed.
  • Ideally, you’ve worked as a member of a distributed or hybrid engineering team.

About Wirecutter Money:
Wirecutter is The New York Times Company’s product recommendation service. The company was founded in 2011 with a simple mission: to save people the time and stress of figuring out what to buy. It became a part of The New York Times Company in October 2016.

This role will join a young team focused on providing guidance, reviews and recommendations in the personal finance space. Wirecutter wants to help students and early to mid-career professionals navigate essential financial firsts. We believe that by having the right financial knowledge at the right time, our readers can solve problems, maximize future financial opportunities and avoid common pitfalls.

In short, when it comes to starting their financial lives, Wirecutter wants to make sure no reader ever has to say, “I wish I’d known...”

Even with offices in New York City and Los Angeles, Wirecutter remains a highly remote culture with employees across the United States. Right now, we are eligible to hire in the following locations:

CA, CO, CT, DC, FL, GA, HI, IL, MA, ME, MI, MN, MO, NC, NH, NV, NY, OR, PA, TX, VA, or WA.

Benefits and Perks:
  • Make an impact by supporting our original, independent and deeply reported journalism.
  • We provide competitive health, dental, vision and life insurance for employees and their families
  • We support responsible retirement planning with a generous 401(k) company match.
  • We offer a competitive parental leave.
  • We are committed to career development and ongoing learning, and provide employees $8,000 annually for tuition reimbursement.
  • We have frequent panel discussions and talks by a wide variety of newsmakers and industry leaders.
  • Join a community committed to the richness of diversity, experiences and talents in the world we cover, supported by a variety of employee resource groups.

The New York Times is committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce, one that reflects the varied global community we serve. Our journalism and the products we build in the service of that journalism greatly benefit from a range of perspectives, which can only come from diversity of all types, across our ranks, at all levels of the organization. Achieving true diversity and inclusion is the right thing to do. It is also the smart thing for our business. So we strongly encourage women, veterans, people with disabilities, people of color and gender nonconforming candidates to apply.

The New York Times Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of an individual's sex, age, race, color, creed, national origin, alienage, religion, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation or affectional preference, gender identity and expression, disability, genetic trait or predisposition, carrier status, citizenship, veteran or military status and other personal characteristics protected by law. All applications will receive consideration for employment without regard to legally protected characteristics.

  • 2 weeks ago
  • Wirecutter

Senior PHP Engineer

SkyVerge is looking for a talented full-stack senior PHP engineer to join our team and help build our portfolio of WordPress plugins for WooCommerce. You'll write code that helps power mission-critical tools for millions of online stores.

The Role
You’ll focus on building new features and maintaining existing code, while also helping with code reviews and customer support. With over 60 different plugins, there’s a wide variety of work. You might spend time on some complicated frontend interactions using JS, then switch focus to working with a tricky external REST API for a while, and later work on adding unit/acceptance tests to our framework code.

You’ll have the opportunity to really dive into a problem and understand it before crafting a well-engineered, high quality solution. We believe the best work happens when given lots of uninterrupted time to think and code.

Our plugins are built on top of WordPress and designed to work with WooCommerce, so we use PHP 5.3+ (moving soon to PHP 5.6 minimum) and we write all new JS in ES6. We follow a superset of the WordPress coding standards and actively invest in tooling & testing to improve both the quality of our products and the happiness of our team building them.

We work primarily through GitHub and Slack, so you should be able clearly express your ideas via comments and messages. All new code is tested and peer-reviewed, so you’ll be able to both learn from the rest of the team and share your knowledge.

As one of our senior engineers, the team will look to you for advice and direction. You’ll help shape our best practices, decide on libraries & tooling, and refactor older or underperforming parts of the codebase. You’ll also be responsible for moving your projects forward, communicating your progress and milestones with others, and clearly documenting your work.

Here are some things you may do on a given day:

  • Research and write a pitch to refactor the data model for our shipping extension

  • Refactor an underperforming class after profiling it in your local environment

  • Troubleshoot an issue with our Memberships plugin by deep-diving into the content restriction class

  • Analyze a slow SQL query and suggest ways to improve it

  • Construct a detailed, multi-step data migration to move data from a custom post type to a custom table, write unit tests for it, and manually user test / QA it.

  • Review a pull request from another team member for readability, maintainability, and adherence to standards, and provide suggested improvements

  • Review new API documentation for one of our integration plugins and draft a story to upgrade to it

On the first day you will:

  • Meet your team and get familiar with how we work

  • Setup your local environment and tooling

  • Commit a small tweak to a plugin and open a pull request for peer review

In the first week you will:

  • Develop, QA, review, and ship a small feature improvement

  • Participate in code review for a teammate’s code

  • Help a team member with fixing a bug

In the first month you will:

  • Work closely with the product team to ship a large feature

  • Participate in your first support rotation week and help our support team with escalated issues

  • Handle deploying a set of plugin releases using our internal tools

  • Publish a retrospective on your first large project to share successes & planned improvements for the next project

You love solving engineering challenges in the most pragmatic way possible. You write code that's clear, readable, and standards-compliant. More importantly, you keep the end user in mind and love getting feedback from customers to help improve our products.

Finally, you can’t wait to join a small team that loves their work as much as you do, affords the opportunity to work on challenging & interesting projects, continuously learn and improve, and constantly ship your work. You’re an excellent writer and can communicate effectively whether drafting up a bug report, chatting in Slack, editing a wiki page, or drafting a retrospective. You know that code is about communication and explaining your thought process clearly goes hand-in-hand.

Our team is fully-remote and we communicate primarily through Slack, Clubhouse, Google Docs, Basecamp, and weekly stand-ups via Zoom (a few short meetings) — we believe the best work happens when given lots of uninterrupted time that’s free of distractions.

As a remote team, we believe that regular meetups are invaluable for getting to know each other better, so you should be available for 1-2 company-paid team trips per year. Curious about what those are like? Check out our recap of our last team retreat (SkyTrip), which brought the entire team out to Lake Tahoe, California for a week. It’s a plus if you think (like we do) that bears are absolutely the coolest animals in the forest.

This is a full-time, salaried position, but hours are flexible. We know your work will speak for itself with commits, issues closed, and wiki edits.

After an initial screening, you’ll get an email with a few questions to answer. Following that, you’ll have a few 45 minute phone chats with different people on our team to learn more about you and answer any questions you have about the position and company.

The most qualified candidates will then be invited to complete a short one-day research project. If this goes well, we’ll invite you to the final stage of our evaluation process: the trial project. During this 1-2 week period, you’ll work closely with our team as a paid contractor to develop & ship a small feature. This gives you an opportunity to make sure you enjoy the work and the team, and it gives us an opportunity to evaluate your work. We’ll have regular chats each week to share feedback and make sure we’re on the same page. At the end of the project, if all goes well, you’ll be offered a permanent position. 🙂

Here are some benefits we're happy to offer to our team members:

  • Competitive salary
  • Annual incentive for meeting team and company goals
  • 27 days of paid time-off, in addition to 2 company holidays (SkyVerge Day in March, Founders Day in June 😀)
  • Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance for US and Canadian residents and their families (reimbursements for comparable care for non-US/Canadian residents)
  • 401k/RRSP Retirement plan with 4% company match for US/Canadian residents (contributions to comparable plans for non-US/Canadian residents)
  • Up to 8 weeks paid parental leave for new mothers and fathers
  • Work flexible hours from anywhere that has a reliable internet connection
  • Tools (hardware/software) to help you be productive
  • Allowance for professional growth (books, courses, conferences)
  • Home office or co-working allowance
  • A Kindle to help you keep learning

We support workplace diversity and do not discriminate on any protected class. We believe when we work together as a team of different views, experiences, and ideas, we can build amazing things.

Please apply directly through the link below. Applications accepted through February 15th.
  • 2 weeks ago
  • SkyVerge

WordPress Technical Lead - Remote


As a Technical Lead, your day-to-day includes working closely with clients and project managers; planning, documenting, and presenting technical solutions; and being a resource for your peers. You will be hands-on developing and maintaining sites while keeping your team accountable to schedules, estimates, project requirements, and high standards of quality. This position is fast-paced, deals with shifting priorities, and reports to Katherine White, Director of Engineering.


Your typical work week might include:
  • Building and supporting a wide variety of WordPress sites.
  • Answering technical questions from others on the team.
  • Organizing developers within projects and tasks based on their skills, interests, and areas for growth.
  • Looking for ways to encourage the team’s productivity and positivity.
  • Assisting teams with estimates and technical specifications.
  • Owning the responsibility of the project team’s overall technical approach.
  • Writing user stories and technical specifications for potential and current clients.
  • Removing roadblocks for your peers.
  • Providing architectural vision and a point of continuity for your projects to help developers guide their everyday decisions.


  • 5+ years of WordPress development experience, including writing custom plugins and/or themes.
  • Experience leading and working with distributed project teams.
  • Experience planning technical solutions and consulting with clients.
  • Writing and architecture skills, with the ability to produce and present comprehensive user stories and technical specification documentation.
  • Experience partnering with project management to delegate technical tasks, manage change, and surface potential project issues.
  • Passion for the web and open source development.
  • Inclusive, supportive, and thoughtful interpersonal communication skills.
  • Experience with modern development tools and methods such as atomic and responsive design, gitflow, container-based environments, task runners, CSS preprocessors, IDEs, and CI/CD platforms
  • Awareness of performance, security, and unix server administration.
  • Exposure to a variety of project management styles (waterfall, agile, scrum)
  • Bachelor's or Master's degree in Computer Science or related experience.

We know lists of technical requirements can be overwhelming. We’re looking for candidates who care about doing good work for clients and leading strong teams. If this position sounds good to you, but you’re unsure if your skills are in complete alignment, we encourage you to apply.

  • 2 weeks ago
  • Kanopi Studios

Senior WordPress Developer

Institute for Nonprofit News (INN), a network of nearly 200 nonprofit news organizations, has an immediate opening for a Senior Developer on our product and technology team (INN Labs). The position may be remote or can be located with our LA or Denver teams.

The ideal candidate for this position is an experienced full-stack developer with WordPress expertise, who is interested in the reinvention of news media, trust in media, and a free press.  The Senior Developer will be adept at understanding client needs, planning development projects based on business goals, and writing code that solves challenges or advances innovative solutions in media.

About INN and INN Labs:
INN Labs serves the fast-growing field of independent investigative and public service news. Across the U.S., news entrepreneurs and communities are founding and growing digital native news sites. These are fast-moving, innovative, and award-winning newsrooms. INN Labs directly supports more than 50 of these news organizations and advances the sector through our technical services.

The team focuses on problems that INN Labs is uniquely suited to tackle at a network level, such as:
  • Providing custom design and development, digital product planning, documentation, and training to independent news media clients and members.
  • Building open source tools to solve their needs for growth and support reporting, revenue generation, and public engagement.
  • Working with innovative partners such as NPR Digital, Knight News Lab, and the Trust Project to make easily adopted publisher tools on a network scale.
  • Advancing and supporting 50+ news websites using Largo, the WordPress theme for publishers which we design, build, and maintain.

Our work is divided between our own INN Labs projects and one-on-one contracting, advising, and support for individual news sites, most of them nonprofits. You can read more about us on our website and our team docs and can check out our projects on GitHub.

INN Labs is growing and the tools and processes we use are ours to build. Successful candidates must be excited by innovation and agility.

As part of a remote team, successful candidates must be good at managing their own schedules, making sure they have a clear understanding of project expectations and benchmarks, initiating communication around any changes that arise during projects and owning delivery of assigned deliverables.

You’ll be joining an accomplished team in a key role as senior developer, but our team is highly collaborative so you’ll have an opportunity to work on a diverse range of complex projects while continuing to learn and develop new skills.

This is a full-time position with benefits. Our compensation package is competitive and commensurate with experience. We are also committed to giving our employees the tools they need to do their job and supporting their professional growth so you’ll get a generous allowance for hardware, software, travel to conferences, etc.

Your specific responsibilities will include:
  • Serving as a lead solutions architect of INN Labs’ publishing tools, WordPress framework, and large-scale projects to ensure they reflect and meet industry and client goals.
  • Managing the technical infrastructure for INN’s technology projects.
  • Having a strong voice and say in INN’s overall technology strategy.
  • Understanding client/member journalism and business goals and framing technology tools and product solutions and projects that meet them.
  • Delivering performant and well-documented code on time and on budget.
  • Guiding newsrooms and media business staff to find and implement the tools and strategies that best advance their goals, including those created by INN Labs and developers at INN member organizations.
  • Supporting other team members with code reviews, knowledge shares, and direct mentorship.
  • Supporting independent news media by serving as a thought leader on emerging technologies and best practices for news technology. This may include occasional posting in the INN Labs blog, presenting at news/tech conferences, and contributing to newsletters.

Desired skills and attributes for the position: 
We understand you might not have all of these covered but if this roughly sounds like a good fit for your skills and interests we would love to hear from you!

  • Several years of professional experience in web development, ideally in an agency or news industry setting. Experience with nonprofit business models is also helpful.
  • Strong communication skills. Ability to draw out business and editorial goals and deliver the best solutions to reach them.
  • Proven commitment to writing clean, well-documented code.
  • Strong front-end development skills (HTML/CSS/JS).
  • Knowledge of and experience with the full LAMP stack with a particular focus on PHP and MySQL.
  • Experience developing for WordPress including themes, plugins (WooCommerce, for example) and WordPress multisite.
  • Knowledge of how to interact with APIs, especially the WordPress REST API.
  • Experience with git and deployment tools.
  • Commitment to openness and sharing/writing/talking about your work.
  • Curiosity and the willingness to learn, adapt and teach.

Nice to have:
  • Experience writing end-user documentation and explaining complex technical concepts to non-technical users.
  • Agile web development experience.
  • Experience with or interest in learning React.
  • Stakeholder-facing project management and/or product management experience.
  • WordPress core contributor and/or active involvement in the WordPress developer community.

We are a distributed team and this can be a remote position, or based in our LA or Denver operations. Previous experience working remotely would be helpful, but we’ll help and support your transition if this is your first remote job. We are committed to giving our employees the tools they need to do their job and supporting their professional growth.

INN is an equal opportunity employer and we are committed to creating a workplace where diversity is valued. In addition to federal law requirements, INN complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities.

To apply, please send the following to join-inn-labs@inn.org: A brief resume/portfolio, 3 projects you’re especially proud of (links to projects, your GitHub repo, etc.), and a cover letter (in an email, no attachments please) answering the following: 1. Why is this job the perfect fit for you? 2. How has your previous experience prepared you for this position? 3. Why are you excited to join INN, and our team, in particular?

  • 2 weeks ago
  • INN Labs (Institute for Nonprofit News)

Web, PPT, & Brand Identity Designer

About Us
Orrbitt Creative Group builds websites, brand identities, and corporate presentations for life science companies. Some of our client specializations include therapeutics, genetics, diagnostic tests, and oncology. Most of our clients are in Boston and San Francisco. All of our clients value high quality work. Executives of publicly-traded companies, venture capitalists, and public relations firms regularly see and interact with our work.

Job Description
We are looking for an experienced, full-time graphic designer who specializes in corporate website design, infographics, brand identity, and PowerPoint presentations. Experience in the life science industry is a plus.

  • 5+ years experience working as a full-time graphic designer
  • Portfolio or case studies demonstrating work in WordPress website design, illustration, infographics, and PowerPoint.
  • You know Adobe Creative Suite, InVision, and Microsoft PowerPoint inside and out.
  • Practiced knowledge of color theory, grid layout, typography, and graphic design.

Qualities We Look For In A Designer
  • Great communicator. You love talking to people, learning about their needs, and helping them.
  • Business-savvy. You understand how your design fits into the bigger business picture.
  • You practice mobile-first design.
  • You design for edge cases.
  • You have a degree from a design school.
  • You learn software inside and out.
  • You understand user experience and design for how something works as much as how it looks.
  • You have an understanding of how your design will work in the browser.
  • You are passionate about the current state of design. You enjoy talking about what’s going on in the world of design and web, why it’s happening, and where it’s going.

Bonus Points
  • Front-end coding experience
  • You play an instrument : )

Remote candidates must be in the United States and available to work between 9am – 5pm EST Monday – Friday with a phone and high-speed internet connection.

What’s Next
We’re pretty open here at Orrbitt and we hold entrepreneurs and go-getters in high regard. You’re a designer. Be creative. Tell us why you would be a great fit. And don’t forget to send us your portfolio and website.

We are not accepting applications for freelancers or part-time employees at this time.

You can find this job description at our website: https://orrbitt.com/blog/orrbitt-hiring-looking-full-time-graphic-designer-wilmington-nc/

Job Type: Full-time

  • 2 weeks ago
  • Orrbitt Creative Group

Project Manager

Join our team and help bring our clients’ biggest ideas to light.

Reaktiv is actively searching for a Project Manager to join our remote team.  Does this sound like you?

  • Dedicated to developing your skills as part of a highly collaborative team
  • A genuinely nice person who approaches each situation with a positive, “How can I help?” attitude
  • Proactively monitors project status and communicates with stakeholders, team, and management about potential scope changes and other issues
  • *Slightly* obsessive about details when defining goals, creating project timelines, tracking budget use, and overseeing and documenting technical project plans
  • Embraces using data to identify risks and opportunities when defining project requirements
  • Comfortable planning and running meetings: creating agendas, taking notes, directing conversations and discussing budgets, timelines, and tasks
  • Values communication as the cornerstone of good project management, and have a flair for both written and spoken communication
  • Takes ownership of a project’s success from beginning to end with a focus on client satisfaction
  • Thinks testing a new productivity tool or building an awesome spreadsheet sounds like a fun way to spend the afternoon
  • Genuinely enjoys interacting with clients and are kind, patient and respectful in all communication with them

We'd love it if:

  • You are comfortable with the communication skills and tools required to work effectively with a distributed team (like Slack, Asana, and Zoom)
  • You know your way around WordPress
  • You like writing and editing blog posts, tutorials and documentation

What is it like to work at Reaktiv?

We're a close-knit, fully distributed team who enjoy the challenge of solving hard problems together with clients like Atlassian, Cornell University, Harvard Business School, The New York Times Company, Tribune Media, and Wirecutter. We're also one of the few WordPress.com VIP agency partners in the world.

We are a 100% remote company, with no set hours, where each employee works from home or a co-working space. Even though we're far away, we're in contact throughout the day in Slack, Asana and Zoom.

We encourage continual education through weekly lunch and learns and taking courses to keep us ahead of the latest advancements. Our team also enjoys getting out from behind their desks and attending WordCamps and conferences across the country. We're frequent WordCamp speakers and core contributors.

While we may work hard Monday through Friday we prioritize a healthy work-life balance. Our off hours are reserved for practicing trapeze, playing guitar, and spending time with our families.

We’re proud to offer a generous compensation package that includes:

  • Competitive salary
  • Medical/Dental/Vision
  • 401k with employer match
  • Unlimited PTO
  • Paid parental leave
  • Flexible schedule
  • Equipment budget
  • Conference and continued education budget
  • Annual team retreats

Ready to apply?

U.S. citizenship required, and please, no recruiters.

Reaktiv is committed to equal opportunities, diversity, and inclusion

Reaktiv Studios, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. We don’t discriminate against employees or applicants based on gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, race, religion, age, national origin, pregnancy status, veteran status, or any other differences that people imagine to discriminate against one another. 

If you have a disability, please let us know if there’s anything we can do to make the application and interview process more comfortable and accessible for you.
    • 2 weeks ago
    • Reaktiv Studios

    Digital Project Manager

    Bear Group is a leading web development firm in Seattle looking for an experienced Digital Project Manager to lead its Run State client support program for enterprise CMS, eCommerce, and integration tasks. This roles blends aspects of technical support management, client management, developer management, account management, customer service, and quality assurance. Above all, you are responsible for ensuring high client satisfaction and managing Run State’s quality, growth, and profitability.

    What's in it for you:

    • Work from anywhere! We currently work as a distributed team that allows for some flexibility in work hours. The position can be performed remotely with regular status meetings. Applicants only in PST, MST, and CST time zones will be considered.
    • Competitive compensation, learning challenges, and opportunity to grow your career with the company.
    • Health, Dental, Life, 401K matching, education stipend, 3 weeks PTO + 2 weeks of company holidays.

    As lead project manager for Run State:

    • Facilitate onboarding Run State clients by outlining expectations, establishing communication channels, and scheduling/leading weekly standup meetings.
    • Build and maintain “RunBoards” for each client with key contacts, their resource plan, and setting up their personal service desk.
    • Document and maintain each piece of tech in use for clients, including website platforms, server technologies, and all modules/extensions/API in use.
    • Build out an Analytics dashboard for each client and do a full review of the client wish lists and backlogs.
    • Lead bimonthly Run State meetings with a systems & status overview, roadmap review, analytics dashboard and key metrics review, and task and queue review.
    • Triage, schedule, and ticket proactive development, bug fixes, new features, web operations/IT updates,
    • documentation, training, general QA, content updates, analytics support, or custom-specific issue support escalations.
    • Oversee the Run State team that includes a Developer, Web Ops, QA Specialist, and Content Manager.
    • Provide weekly status updates to the Director of Project Management and present monthly program updates to the Management team.
    • Direct communication and documentation with existing client base on technical matters and tasks. Maintain and extend healthy client relationships using solid account management practices.
    • Agile sprint planning and general project management, Jira task management, and scheduling. Provide standard project documentation like agendas, contact lists, communication plans, and weekly status reports.
    • Ensure quality control with documentation, task management, communication, client relationships, and team dynamics.
    • Technical tasks may include configuring Drupal, WordPress, and Magento systems, graphic adjustments, and content changes.

    What you bring:

    • BA/BS degree plus a minimum of 5 years of related work experience.
    • Background in client-service environments -- web development firms, interactive agencies, graphic design firms.
    • Candidates should have some experience in web development and UX methodologies. Experience with the Drupal, Magento, and other Marketing Technology (CMS, eComm, CRM, Automation, Analytics) is a big plus.
    • Professional and client service-oriented, positive and proactive, and able to react swiftly to meet client expectations.
    • Experience with Jira and Confluence software used for managing all development tasks, project roadmaps, and resources.
    • Ability to set realistic deadlines, forecast risk, coordinate internal and external resources, and accurately estimate resource requirements.
    • Enthusiasm, superb communication, leadership, management, organization skills with a proven ability to manage multiple projects. Excitement to learn, grow, and adapt.
    • Office software products expertise and experience with wireframing software, visual workflow, and diagram tools.

    To learn more about the company, visit www.beargroup.com

    We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

    • 2 weeks ago
    • Bear Group

    Inbound Sales Engineer

    We (Kinsta.com) are a modern cloud hosting startup focused on WordPress hosting. Our awesome, talented, and motivated team is scattered across the globe: Europe, Asia, Australia, North America, and South America.

    Our client base is growing steadily, and we’re looking for a competent inbound sales engineer with exceptional communication skills and technical background to be an amazing first point of contact for the inbound sales process!

    As a Kinsta Inbound Sales Engineer, you will:

    • Answer questions regarding our hosting plans, features, capabilities and platform from all leads that are generated by our marketing team’s efforts. This may include leads from our website, chat, social media, sales email, or any other inbound contact method.
    • Discuss with sales leads their requirements, needs, and questions via email/ticket and voice communication (Google Meet, Zoom.us, Skype, Phone, etc.).
    • Provide inside sales assistance to existing clients and to Kinsta’s sales team by pricing custom hosting plans, generating custom proposals, coordinating temporary server upgrades, answering plan upgrade/downgrade questions, and various other sales-related tasks.
    • Respond to leads in a way that takes into account their skill level, expectations, and needs. The skill level of our existing and potential client base varies from beginner to expert and everything in between. Additionally, our client base ranges from personal blogs and websites to e-commerce and all the way up to mission critical enterprise websites. As such, the ability to gauge and sense how to approach inbound sales leads is imperative!
    • Produce satisfied customers by helping people, understanding their needs, demonstrating technical expertise to build trust, and guiding the customer to the right product or service. This is not a role where memorizing keywords, reading from scripts, or simply replying with knowledge base links is acceptable!
    • Monitor trends and provide feedback gathered from the inbound sales process to the appropriate internal team.
    • In coordination with the Director of Sales, create, standardize, and document sales processes and workflows.
    • Engage in ongoing education to develop relevant skills and knowledge.
    • Keep up to date with developments in the WordPress community to understand upcoming changes and issues faced by WordPress users.

    The customer experience is one of the cornerstones of our business. Our clients have come to expect industry-leading support and it's our pleasure to deliver that to them. We take the same approach with prospective clients by providing high-level care and assistance.

    As a Kinsta Inbound Sales Engineer, you must meet the following core requirements:

    • Fluent in written and verbal English. You need to be an exceptional writer and completely comfortable jumping on multiple sales calls every day.
    • Prior experience in a similar or related customer-facing role, preferably dealing with a SaaS, PaaS, or WordPress-related product or service.
    • Must be fluent in WordPress. For example, you need to know what domain mapping is in the context of multisite, you need to have an opinion about Gutenberg, you need to have a good working knowledge of the most common WordPress plugins and themes (Yoast, WooCommerce, Easy Digital Downloads, Avada, Genesis, etc.), and pretty soon after starting in the role you’ll need to be able to explain why it’s a bad idea to count each page load with a call to wp-admin/admin-ajax.php. If any of the preceding information is intimidating or completely foreign, it’s likely that this role won’t be a great fit for you.
    • Technical experience using WordPress and related technologies such as CDN, DNS, Linux, PHP, MySQL, caching, DNS, and domain names is required. You do not need to be a developer or systems admin; however, you do need to understand and feel comfortable discussing these topics via both written and verbal conversations.
    • Eagerness to learn and understand new technical concepts.

    Things To Remember When Applying

    When you apply, make sure you include a cover letter that points out how you meet the requirements in this listing. Each of these requirements was included after careful thought and deliberation, so we’re really curious to know how your experience and expertise can be applied in this role. Lastly, let us know what you think about the Gutenberg project in a few words. Doing these things is your chance to flex your WordPress knowledge and to show that you reviewed this listing carefully.

    This is a fully-remote role. You can work from anywhere as long as you have reliable internet access and a quiet environment for sales phone/VOIP calls as needed.

    This position offers a great deal of flexibility, responsibility, competitive salary, and opportunity for growth for the right candidate.

    If you want to learn more about Kinsta and what it's like to work for our team, head to our website and look for the About Us link in the footer.
    • 2 weeks ago
    • Kinsta

    Customer/Technical Support Specialist

    Join the dedicated & compassionate Market Muscles team!

    Our team is all about empowering the Market Muscles users to live their best lives through our website & marketing platform. As our customer support specialist, you’ll be working directly with customers to help them resolve requests & challenges.

    You’ll be responsible for understanding customers’ needs, communicating solutions, solving problems, and working with an incredibly talented team to help our customers succeed. 

    If you love working with people and enjoy a challenge, we’d love to hear from you!

    Feel like you're a good fit? Here's what we're looking for:

    • Has a desire to help people, and a strong sense of empathy & compassion for their needs
    • Has intermediate knowledge of WordPress and other web technologies
    • Is willing to learn new things, and has an aptitude for technology
    • Has a minimum of 1-2 years experience supporting customers' use of their website or technical services via telephone, email, and chat
    • Has the ability to prioritize and multi-task under time constraints
    • Has experience working with Intercom

    • Monitoring and responding to customer issues via email, chat or web.
    • Managing customer issues from the initial report and documentation through resolution.
    • Identifying, recreating, researching, and resolving product issues and document knowledge gained.
    • Managing customer relationships from initial contact through problem resolution.
    • Drafting, reviewing and updating knowledge articles and other product support documents

    Market Muscles empowers martial arts & fitness professionals to live their best life through website & marketing products. Market Muscles currently supports over 380 fitness facilities all around the world.
    • 2 weeks ago
    • Market Muscles

    Remote - Happiness Engineer (Located in USA)

    Join the team and help us build something incredible!

    We live and breathe customer support, and strive to provide exceptional experiences for each and every Flywheel user. As a Happiness Engineer, you’ll get to work directly with customers to help them get the most out of the Flywheel platform and do their best work!

    You’ll be responsible for understanding customers’ needs, communicating solutions, solving problems, and working with an incredibly talented team to help our customers succeed. We provide support for a wide variety of topics ranging from hosting help and development dilemmas to recommending articles to read or sharing pictures of our cats. (Yep – that’s a true story!)

    If you love working with people, enjoy a challenge, and know the right moment to add your favorite gif to an email, we’d love to hear from you!

    Think you're a perfect fit?

    Here's just a little taste of what we're looking for

    • Has a desire to help people, and a strong sense of empathy for their needs
    • Has intermediate knowledge of WordPress and WordPress Plugins and Themes
    • Holds basic to advanced knowledge of Apache and NGINX
    • Holds basic to advanced knowledge of MySQL
    • Is comfortable with the command line/general internet infrastructure (DNS / SFTP Linux, etc.)
    • Is willing to learn new things, and has an aptitude for technology
    • Has familiarity with server infrastructure providers (Google Cloud Platform, Digital Ocean, etc)
    • Has experience accurately describing and communicating issues to clients with and without developer backgrounds
    • Responding to email tickets or online chat to help Flywheel customers with their website issues
    • Troubleshooting the most technical of issues, escalated from our Tier 1 support team
    • Debugging performance issues related to PHP and/or WordPress sites using New Relic or similar tools
    • Digging into and solving technical issues related to anything along the LAMP stack
    • Combing through logs to identify errors being generated from code being executed on the server
    Flywheel’s customers are some of the top designers and agencies in the world, and they build beautiful, amazing websites with WordPress. The job of the support team (and everyone at Flywheel) is to help them focus on doing what they love – and leave the hosting to us. If you’ve built WordPress sites, love solving problems for people, and are ready to join a fast-growing company, we’d love to hear from you.

    • 2 weeks ago
    • Flywheel

    Support Engineer


    We (Kinsta.com) are a modern cloud hosting startup focused on WordPress hosting. Our awesome, talented, and motivated team is scattered across the globe: Europe, Asia, Australia, and North America.

    Our client base is growing steadily and we’re looking for a competent support engineer with exceptional communication skills who can provide enterprise level technical support to our customers via our support system.

    Our support team works with our customers using chat and email (we use Intercom.io exclusively for these purposes). As a Kinsta Support Engineer you will:

    • Take ownership of issues reported by customers and see problems through to resolution.
    • Research, troubleshoot, and identify solutions to resolve customer issues.
    • Follow standard procedures for proper escalation of unresolved issues to the appropriate internal teams.
    • Provide prompt and accurate feedback to customers.
    • Monitor uptime and analyze transactions data using third party analytics tools to resolve more advanced issues.
    • Document troubleshooting and problem resolution steps for internal use and to extend our Knowledge Base.
    • Carefully follow internal documentation to perform website migrations and repair websites infected with malware.

    Our current shift need is Sunday - Thursday 11pm-7am UTC.


    The ideal Kinsta Support Engineer is technically-knowledgeable, upbeat, professional, curious, and self-motivated.

    Excellent support is one of the cornerstones of our business. Our clients have come to expect industry-leading support and it's our pleasure to deliver that to them. As a result, we're pretty careful about adding new Support Engineers to our team.

    We hire Support Engineers with a variety of different areas of expertise - some of us are WordPress developers, others are Linux server gurus, while others are technically-knowledgeable internet generalists who have mastered the art of customer service.

    All of our Engineers must meet the following core requirements:

    • Completely fluent in English with excellent written communication skills.
    • Capable of thriving in a fast-paced and occasionally stressful environment interacting with multiple clients simultaneously while maintaining a professional and friendly tone.
    • Our Support Engineers must know WordPress deeply. All we host is WordPress and we have the best support team in the business (even if we do say so ourselves). While you don't have to be a full-fledged WordPress developer to be a Kinsta Support Engineer, you do need to know the WordPress database and file/directory structure as well as the wp-config.php file like the back of your hand. Experience with WP-CLI certainly advantageous.
    • A basic understanding of or familiarity with the following technologies: Linux, NGINX, PHP, MySQL/MariaDB, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, DNS, CDN, and caching (object and page).
    • Consummate professionalism: we're a distributed team and we expect you to act like the professional we know you are. That means being a member of the Kinsta team requires excellent communication, rock-solid reliability, and the drive to bring your best effort to bear on your work every single day.

    Our Support Engineers deal with a lot more than just WordPress! While you don't need to be a full-stack developer to fill this role, you will be providing hosting support to full-stack developers, so you do need to be familiar with the full-stack, from Linux web servers to browser dev tools.

    Bonus points:

    • Completely fluent in a second language. Languages we're currently targeting include: Italian, French, Japanese, Dutch, Portuguese, Swedish, Finnish, Danish, and Norwegian. If you are fluent in one of these languages please highlight this information when you apply!
    • Deep expertise in any (or all!) of the following: WordPress, Linux, NGINX, PHP and MySQL.
    • Experience setting up, managing, and supporting LEMP/LAMP stacks.
    • Prior experience working with customers over chat in a technical role in a fast-paced environment - particularly experience providing live support for web hosting or WordPress products.


    This is a fully-remote role. Our Support Engineers can work from anywhere they have reliable internet access.

    We always use the latest version of everything: PHP 7.2, NGINX, Ubuntu 18.04, Linux containers, Google Cloud and more, so you’ll be able to work with a bunch of exciting technologies and use them every day!

    This position offers a great deal of flexibility, responsibility, competitive salary, and opportunity for growth for the right candidate.

    If you want to learn more about Kinsta and what it's like to work for our team, head to our website, Kinsta.com, and look for the About Us link in the footer.

    • 2 weeks ago
    • Kinsta

    Support Engineer

    We Have Full-Time & Part-Time Positions Available for Gravity Forms Gurus.

    We’re looking for full and part-time support engineers to assist our customers. We pride ourselves on industry leading customer support that enables our customers to focus on running their businesses, rather than push them away to other sources.

    Relocation is not necessary, as we consider your geographic location a non-issue. Hours are flexible based on your time zone requirements.

    Is This You?

    • Capable of resolving issues in a timely manner with distributed team members.
    • Able to delight customers with the level of attention that you can provide.
    • WordPress savvy and know how to get your hands dirty when it comes to using HTML CSS, JS, PHP, and WordPress hooks/filters.
    • Ability to work independently in a remote environment and interact with the rest of the team via Slack.
    • Fluent in written English.

    What You'll Do

    • Interact with Gravity Forms customers via Help Scout, Twitter and Facebook.
    • Help customers with issues related to Gravity Forms features and functionality.
    • Assist customers with issues that may arise due to plugin conflicts, theme conflicts or server compatibility issues.
    • Provide customers with assistance with minor customization requests that may involve pointing them to the right hook/filters to use, or assisting them with minor CSS enhancements. Minor customizations only.
    • Collaborate with our development team to fix bugs and our documentation specialist to make sure things are well documented.

    Bonus Points

    • Fluent in multiple languages.
    • WordPress Plugin development experience.
    • Gravity Forms implementation and customization experience.
    • 2 weeks ago
    • Gravity Forms

    Proofreader / QA Tester

    Do you have unparalleled attention to detail? Are you a perfectionist who knows and cares about correct grammar and punctuation? Then you might be the proofreader/QA tester we’re looking for.

    We are a fully-remote company specializing in educational content on the topics of dating and relationships. We send approximately 30 emails a month, and we need help making sure these emails are clear and error-free.

    What You'll Do:

    As our proofreader/QA tester, you will leave no stone unturned to make sure our customers have a flawless experience from when they first open an email to when they decide to complete a purchase or attend a webinar.

    With your help, we will ensure the copy they read is impeccable, the links they click are working, the pages they land on are the right ones, and that there are no hiccups along the way.

    This is a long-term remote position which typically amounts to 25 hours per month. Once you are trained, you will be able to work independently and in your own time – all you have to do is respond to our messages and meet our deadlines.

    What We're Looking For:

    • You are a master of the English language. Bonus points if you have a relevant educational background or experience working as a copyeditor or proofreader.
    • You have a strong eye for detail and accuracy. You look beyond the surface to spot even the tiniest errors (including formatting errors).
    • You are thorough.You’re able to follow a checklist carefully, again and again, and you have a dogged approach to following up on inconsistencies and things that seem like errors.
    • You are tech-savvy. You know Google Docs (including Google Sheets) and Wordpress, and you understand how URLs work.
    • You are curious and resourceful. You research when you’re not sure about something, and you welcome reading material and documentation that helps you do your job better.
    • You are reliable, responsive, and available. We can count on you to review emails within 24 hours and to respond to emails and messages we send you in a timely manner.
    • You are responsible. You never, ever miss a deadline. 

    Hourly rate:

    We're offering $15 USD/hour for this position.

    To apply, please send a cover letter to recruiting@howtogettheguy.com. The subject line should read: "I'm your proofreader/QA tester." Please include your location/timezone, your availability, and the answer to this question: What concept did Matt take from the food industry to describe the optimal ratio of "salty" and "sweet" when communicating standards to men? Note: If we like your cover letter, we will ask you to complete an email review free of charge to give us a better idea of your proofreading/QA testing skills. The work you complete won't be used for anything other than getting a better sense of your abilities.
    • 2 weeks ago
    • Get The Guy - Matthew Hussey

    Ad Performance Analyst Level 1

    This position can be in-office in NYC or remote work-from-home. Remote U.S. candidates are encouraged to apply.

    AdThrive.com helps serious bloggers make more money with the ads on their site by acting as their trusted expert guide in the wild-west like world of online advertising. This means helping them figure out which ad placements to use, how to develop an ad strategy, and then actually installing that strategy for them. Through our work, we help the best creators and contributors on the web, people who have a passion for their craft (cooking, decorating, parenting, finance, investing) get to write about their passion and be paid to live their dream. We help bloggers leave their full-time jobs and stay home with their kids. We help struggling families pay their bills and find hope. We support the people who are creating the internet!

    As an AdThrive Ad Performance Analyst, you’re the kind of person who is passionate about analytics, problem solving and productivity.  On top of a strong attention to detail, you also have a desire to help people and do work that makes a difference. The thought of helping families earn enough money for parents to stay home with their kids or pay off debts would be extremely rewarding to you.

    We are looking for someone with the right mix of comfort in high-productivity environments doing extremely repetitive tasks while collaborating well with a virtual team. Ad Performance Analysts login each day to a list of clients whose ad performance needs a deep dive to determine whether something is affecting their ad earnings or not and whether there are any changes to their ad layout we would recommend. The tasks for each deep dive are very repetitive and while each site represents its own puzzle, the Ad Performance Analyst uses the same collection of tools & processes over and over to troubleshoot an array of different potential issues.

    This is a job with a never-ending list of sites to check, so you must be good logging-in, grinding through a list of 20 sites to check, logging-off and doing the same thing again for every work day.


    Day in the Life:

    • Analyzing ad performance and Google Analytics data to identify issues
    • Working to understand our process thoroughly, troubleshooting ad loading issues on live sites, and embracing a fast-paced virtual work environment
    • Building ad layouts with our proprietary internal system, using CSS and HTML tools on the front end of a publisher’s website
    • Assisting with onboarding new clients by installing ads on their sites (mostly WordPress)
    • Being an active member of a distributed team via tools like Slack, G Suite, Zoom, Zendesk, Appear.in and more

    You’ll do well if you have:

    • Patience, grace, a sense of humor, and some moderate GIF sharing abilities
    • Attention to detail and a love for knocking out lists and projects
    • You were type of person who finished tests first in school and got an A
    • Enjoy analyzing data using Excel and data visualization tools to spot trends and anomalies
    • Working knowledge of CSS3, HTML5, and Wordpress
    • A knack for getting things done  and self-motivation to tackle repetitive tasks
    • A passion for contributing and supporting your team
    • A desire to make everything you touch better
    • Genuine desire to help others solve problems and succeed


    • Data analysis experience OR a recent STEM grad
    • Comfort with using WordPress, and reading & writing HTML & CSS
    • Proven track record high productivity
    • Experience organizing and managing a large amount of tasks at once
    • Excel at working by yourself and grinding through your list of tasks.
    • Commitment to AdThrive’s Mission Statement
    • 2 weeks ago
    • CafeMedia

    Weekend WordPress Maintenance Engineer

    You will take the lead on technical support. This position is the very first line of technical support for the majority of our customers when they need edits to their website. That's why you're someone who understands that fast and effective work is paramount. Our customers already have fully-functioning WordPress websites; it's your job to make sure any edits they need are taken care of quickly and effectively.

    You will help manage hosting. Of course you're an expert when it comes to the WordPress dashboard, but you also know your way around hosting dashboards for providers like WP Engine, Kinsta, GoDaddy, SiteGround. Regardless of the hosting provider, you can create new FTP credentials and make adjustments via any hosting dashboard.

    You will build relationships with our customers. This position is the very first line of contact for the majority of our customers when they need edits to their website. That's why you're someone who always wants to put a smile on somebody's face. Our customers already have fully-functioning WordPress websites; it's your job to make sure any edits they need are taken care of.

    You will help on-board new customers. This amounts to a large checklist of tasks required for all new customers and is something you will be trained to do. Your job will be to execute everything correctly to secure, speed up and provide ongoing support for all our customers as well as provide guidance on how to improve these systems and checklists.

    The types of support requests range from highly technical (speed optimization via Pingdom suggestions) to very straightforward (CSS changes). Simple edits will be completed within hours while advanced changes may take longer; it's your job to communicate effectively with our customers and set the right expectations.

    The types of customer interactions range from highly technical to conversational. You will mostly deal with folks who are not very WordPress saavy, but there are some who are. That's why you understand your job is to provide answers, insights, and solutions, not send customers somewhere else to find answers.

    Even more important than your responsibilities is how you fit into our team here at WP Buffs. Living and breathing our values and principles is an absolute requirement for any new recruit.


    Everything we do is driven by our customers and white-label partners. Our aim is to help as many website owners and digital agencies with WordPress as possible. The goal is to get so many people comfortable with WordPress that it powers 51% of the internet.


    You can read all about our values here (https://wpbuffs.com/about-us/). They're completely public so that we're accountable for living up to them and our customers can hold us to these standards.


    • Create an environment of trust: It’s hard to be vulnerable and unless we create an environment of trust, we won’t take risks. Asking for help and admitting mistakes resolves problems much more quickly.
    • Have healthy conflict: It’s important that everyone feel safe to disagree. It hurts the company and the mission to never push each other to make better decisions.
    • Commit to decisions: Once a decision has been made, the team commits to support it fully.
    • Accountability to decisions: We are accountable to decisions, deadlines and commitments. Our decisions affect other people (team, customers, etc) and we are each responsible for owning what we commit to.
    • Focus on results: We are measured by our output, not our input. The process matters much less than the product of that process. Results are our measure of success.

    This position is a great fit for someone who:

    • Understands the structural functionality of WordPress
    • Is confident in their ability to deliver edits within 3-6 hours for 90% of edits
    • Is a self-starter who loves to deliver sustainable solutions
    • Enjoys tackling a wide variety of problems over a large range of topics
    • Demonstrates an ability to adapt and incorporate feedback from others
    • Has experience troubleshooting simple WordPress and hosting issues
    • Is a fast learner
    • Is excited about working with a remote team
    • Wants a flexible job that's not a traditional 9-5
    • Appreciates emojis and gifs


    • Firm grasp of the English language through email support
    • Minimum 3 years in WordPress
    • Available 2 days a week (Sat-Sun) and more hours (Mon-Fri) if you'd like them
    • Responds to new support tickets assigned to them within minutes
    • Regular WordCamp attendee, speaker, volunteer or organizer
    • Time management skills
    • Experience making basic and advanced changes via the WordPress dashboard and FTP
    • Experience troubleshooting issues within the WordPress dashboard
    • Experience logging into + moving around hosting provider dashboards

    Success in this position looks like:

    • Timely completion of ticket edits (3-6 hours for 90% of tickets)
    • Timely communication with customers on their questions and issues
    • Timely resolution or escalation of issues where appropriate
    • Up-to-date notes and information on customer records
    • You're fun to work with and everyone who works with you has a better day because of it

    What we expect:

    • Confident and positive engagement with the WP Buffs team
    • Active participation in WP Buffs internal team chat
    • Feedback and contribution to the team so we can all learn
    • Eagerness to learn
    • Transparency with workload or needs
    • Ability to turn constructive criticism into improved performance
    • You must be able to give feedback as well as take it. Honest communication is crucial to our team

    Tools we use:

    These are the software tools you'll need to be (or become) proficient in:

    • Teamwork Projects
    • Teamwork Desk
    • Slack
    • ManageWP

    "WP Buffs is not for everybody. If you're looking for a job that will let you coast, get away with being lazy and not be a team player, you wouldn't last long here. If you're ready to commit to a great team for the long-term, take the next step in your WordPress career and ditch the traditional 9-5, we're looking forward to seeing what you're made of. Booyah!"

    - Joe Howard, Head Buff

    Salary range: $20-$30/hr

    • 2 months ago
    • WP Buffs

    Search- Integrations Engineer

    At Elastic, we have a simple goal: to solve the world's data problems with products that delight and inspire. As the company behind the popular open source projects — Elasticsearch, Kibana, Logstash, and Beats — we help people around the world do great things with their data. From stock quotes to Twitter streams, Apache logs to WordPress blogs, our products are extending what's possible with data, delivering on the promise that good things come from connecting the dots. Diversity drives our vibe. We unite employees across 30+ countries into one coherent team, while the broader community spans across over 100 countries.

    Swiftype is a growing team of talented search engineers with a range of experiences and backgrounds. As an Integrations Engineer at Swiftype, you will take on a variety of responsibilities that will range from building example applications to showcasing the power and flexibility of the Swiftype Search platform. You'll communicate directly with customers in order to intuitively assess their needs, helping them to achieve their search goals while also refining our developer tools and knowledge base. If you see yourself as much a teacher as a coder, this position will be a terrific fit for you.

    What You Will Do:

    • Solve Hard Problems
    • Building dashboards in WordPress, Magento, Drupal, Joomla, Shopify, PrestaShop, etc.
    • Code in PHP.
    • Integrate with languages like Ruby, JavaScript, or Python.
    • Work with Git and a command line.
    • Collaborate with the Search engineering team
    • Have a voice.
    • Allow your hard work be displayed and demoed all over the world. 

     What You Bring Along:

    • 2+ years experience as a web developer.
    • Experience building plugins for or customizing WordPress, Magento, Drupal, Joomla, Shopify, PrestaShop, etc.
    • A passion for user experience and crafting intuitive interactions on the web.
    • Experience with JavaScript tooling and libraries, like React, Vue, and jQuery.
    • Experience working with REST/JSON APIs.
    • Experience using browser tools to test, profile, and debug modern web applications.
    • Experience gathering requirements from modern design tools like Figma and Sketch.
    • Experience working with Customer Support and incorporating feedback.
    • Familiarity with Open Source projects and communities.
    • Experience writing technical blog posts and presenting at conferences.

    If this sounds interesting, we would love to hear from you. Please include whatever info you believe is relevant: resume, GitHub profile, code examples, links to personal projects, etc.

    Additional Information:

    We're looking to hire team members invested in realizing the goal of making real-time data exploration easy and available to anyone. As a distributed company, we believe that diversity drives our vibe! Whether you're looking to launch a new career or grow an existing one, Elastic is the type of company where you can balance great work with great life.

    • Competitive pay based on the work you do here and not your previous salary
    • Equity
    • Global minimum of 16 weeks of paid in full parental leave (moms & dads)
    • Generous vacation time and one week of volunteer time off
    • Your age is only a number. It doesn't matter if you're just out of college or your children are; we need you for what you can do.

    Elastic is an Equal Employment employer committed to the principles of equal employment opportunity and affirmative action for all applicants and employees. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender perception or identity, national origin, age, marital status, protected veteran status, or disability status or any other basis protected by federal, state or local law, ordinance or regulation. Elastic also makes reasonable accommodations for disabled employees consistent with applicable law.

    • 3 months ago
    • Elastic

    Front End Developer Wordpress

    Full Time: Front End Developer - Wordpress at ConvertKit in Remote Apply now and work remotely at Convertkit
    • 5 months ago
    • Convertkit

    Remote Senior Php Developer, Work from home

    Codeline Development Agency is looking for experienced full-stack web developers who can work remotely. With over 20 years of the web development experience, the team members at Codeline are focused on the development of large-scale web projects and you will be a part of our team. You will be focused on developing various web applications and maintaning existing projects.

    Technical Skills

    - Hands on experience across HTML5 and CSS3 technologies
    - PHP framework experience and a strong knowledge of Laravel Framework
    - Expert knowledge of at least one of new generation Js Frameworks (e.g. Angular, Vue Js, React)
    - Expert knowledge of Wordpress, high experience in theme integration, plugin development
    - Proficient understanding of Git VCS

    Education / Experience

    - Preferably relevant bachelor’s degree around software.
    - Advanced English skills, especially fluent in writing
    - At least 5 years of web development experience.


    - Competitive salary package
    - Relaxed, friendly and positive company culture with young team
    - Full-time, long-term contract
    - Flexible working hours
    - Cliff reward
    - No extra hours will be requested

    Interested in this job?

    All applicants have to pass our test tasks in order to be evaluated. If you're interested in being part of the Codeline team, please follow the link below to apply and enter the test in our project management portal:


    • 5 months ago
    • Codeline

    Publisher Support Engineer

    Mediavine, a fast-growing advertising management company representing over 3500 websites in the food, lifestyle, DIY, and entertainment space, is searching for a technical support engineer to assist in supporting our publishers and work with our engineering team to launch new products. We are looking for a junior level developer to assist our support team in triaging bugs and solving technical problems for our publishers.

    We are looking for someone who is comfortable explaining technical issues in non-technical ways, and someone who is able to provide excellent service throughout stressful situations. Since you will be working with publishers who may be dealing with difficult issues, we expect you to be able to empathize with our publishers and help de-escalate situations.

    As a Technical Support Engineer at Mediavine, you can expect to:

    • Troubleshoot and resolve support tickets from publishers
    • Work with the development team on plugin rollouts
    • Work with the support team to triage different technical problems
    • Help to educate publishers on technical concepts & explain in non-technical ways
    • Provide basic tweaks to customer blogs
    • Coordinate with the team to launch new sites


    Must Haves

    • Bachelors Degree in Computer Science OR equivalent technical experience
    • Comfortable with HTML, CSS, basic JavaScript & PHP
    • Familiar with Content Management Systems (WordPress, Blogger, SquareSpace, etc.)
    • 2+ years experience in a customer service role
    • Excellent problem solving and troubleshooting skills
    • Ability to empathize with customers
    • Continuous drive to learn
    • Native level proficiency with the English language
    • Located within the United States

    Bonus points for

    • Experience working with Agile Frameworks like SCRUM
    • Technical experience within the Wordpress platform
    • Experience with transactional databases (SQL, mySQL, etc.)
    • 5 months ago
    • Mediavine