Remotely software engineers

Remotely developers are top-quality, senior-level engineers with 5+ years of experience, solid English and communication skills, and a culture fit for full-time, long-term remote work at a fast-paced startup.

Minimum qualifications

5+ years of industry experience

Strong communication skills

An entrepreneurial mindset

Motivated problem solver

Full-time, ongoing availability

Reliably deliver on commitments

Developer roles

Remotely's network consists of developers across all a variety of different roles, languages, and tech stacks.

Front-end engineers
Mobile engineers
Back-end engineers
QA engineers
Fullstack engineers
DevOps engineers
Data engineers
Machine learning engineers

Our process

Sourcing and vetting software engineers

Remotely uses its proprietary technology, Gitsight, to source and evaluate candidates’ technical knowledge and capabilities. We've analyzed and stack-ranked more than 25 million developers worldwide by reviewing their publicly available code (more than 1.2 billion commits), objectively assessing expertise in specific programming languages or ecosystems. This data edge allows us to hyper-target developers that fit our customers' specific tech stack and tech challenge.

For technical skills, all candidates are further vetted by a member of Remotely’s engineering team. We use a combination of algorithm-based code screening and live coding sessions to review and improve technical skills and preparedness.

Additionally, our Talent Managers vet for English fluency, and softer skills such as communication, remote-work culture, and ability to work independently.

This is amazing talent...at probably half the cost of the US. More importantly, we found someone in a month that we couldn't in six months.
Twentyeight Health

Twentyeight Health

Co-founder and CEO

Twentyeight Health

The first week we started with Remotely, we had candidates proposed to us within a matter of days – and these were all super high-quality candidates…
Matt Ober

Matt Ober

Co-founder & CTO


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Matching software engineers with startups

A great hire isn't just one with the right set of technical skills. At Remotely, we strive to find the best fit between companies and software engineers to ensure they are successful (and happy) in their roles for the long term.

The benefit for companies: level of engagement and commitment engineers will have when joining the startup.

I’ve never seen, universally, such a high-quality pool of candidates and talent.
Chris Scholz

Chris Scholz

Director of Engineering



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