The Inside Scoop To Finding WordPress Jobs and Gigs

The Inside Scoop To Finding WordPress Jobs and Gigs

Instead of a formal interview, we believe in giving folks the chance to show us what you’re made of. So, we typically have a task we’ll ask you to complete during the application process. From there, there’s usually a trial period to make sure we’re a good fit for you and you’re a good fit for us.

Be sure to check the job board for the latest positions.

Automattic

Automattic is behind WordPress.com, WooCommece, Jetpack, Simplenote, and many other companies.

They have 1,191 Automatticians (they call themselves) in 75 countries. They have a Grand Meetup once a year for seven days so that everyone gets a chance to know each other. These meetups happen all over the world in various locations.

At this time, they have openings for positions in engineering, design, business development, marketing, HR, accounts payable, and more.

Automattic benefits.Some benefits working at Automattic.

When you make it past the interview stage with Automattic, they’ll do a project with you on a contract basis that typically lasts between 2-6 weeks (subject to change).

Check out the job board for current openings.

Codeable
Working at Codeable.

Codeable is a great opportunity on a freelance basis if you’re a developer or designer. They vet professionals to work on specific WordPress projects that come in on a regular basis from around the world.

You’ll get paid fairly. Their pricing system starts at $70 per hour for freelancers. Plus, they monitor the workflow to ensure all goes well between you and the client.

Codeable benefits.

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This article was written by Raelene Morey and originally published on WPMU DEV Blog.

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