Our jobs are fully remote. We offer flexible working times and variable working hours. You can change your schedule every week, take a 7-hour break in the middle of the day, and take random days off. The most important thing is that you get things done.
We work at a sustainable pace and never go into crunch time. You can focus on quality and long-term outcomes. You also have room to experiment, learn and grow. We understand that failure is a necessary part of growth.
You will be given a good amount of autonomy and responsibility. If you need a stream of entirely broken-down tasks and prefer to avoid making decisions, this is not the job for you! We expect more responsibility and autonomy for the more senior positions.
We value courage, humility and professionalism.
All our positions require the ability to communicate fluently in English.
You have substantial experience with MediaWiki, either with working within the wiki or with hosting and maintaining MediaWiki installations. You can work without constant supervision.Fully remote 20 hour minimum Apply via email
Please email us via our contact address: email@example.com
We want to know why you think you are a good fit for the job and get an idea of your skill set. Include relevant prior work where possible. Keep it concise, we will reach out for a call if we want more information. You can attach a classical CV or link to your LinkedIn or similar profile.
Your compensation will depend on what you bring to the table and what form of contract you choose.
If we like your application we will reach out to you for further due diligence. In case we are interested in working with you, we will proceed with a trial contract. This is a short-term contract to see if we work well together. If all goes well, we will provide you with a longer-term contract.
To give you an idea of what we do, here is a list of technologies we use. This list is not comprehensive.
You do not need to be familiar with all of these technologies, especially if you are a junior developer. Not all of them are used in every project. In particular, not all projects are done on top of MediaWiki.