We enable companies and top product & tech freelancers to successfully work together in a future-proof, mutually trusted setup.
We match your unique profile to projects and only invite you to roles that fit you – you say yes or no. Plus, you can always apply to public roles.
We filter all opportunities and make sure the work you get is appropriate and the people commissioning it are qualified.
We take the legal and financial risk by standing in between you and the requesting-party, mediating the engagement.
Our large community of distributed tech professionals enables us to negotiate great deals for all our members.
Benefit from the knowledge of your peers and work together with like minded individuals.
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We have a 3-step interview process which is the same across talent types, from developers to UI/UX designers to Product Managers. Every person in the network has to go through our personality fit interview (where we check their soft skills as well as spoken English). From there they are given a "take-home" assignment which is then reviewed, before they are invited to a technical interview.
This will depend on how much in demand your skills are. For instance, React developers can expect a continuous stream of projects, while skills like PHP are less in demand.
We try to keep you engaged as much as possible. If we see your project is ending soon, and we have a project which matches your skills, we'll put you on the front of the list of candidates.
This depends on the client and project type and size. In most cases, you will work as a part of a team, lead by a Product Manager.
Most of our clients are based in the EU, however, we try to promote remote work as much as we can. In case a position requires on-site presence, or occasional visits, we'll make sure you're aware before accepting a job invitation.
As most of our clients are EU-based, typical working hours are 9-5 (GMT+1). However, depending on project and team, some clients only require attendance of daily syncup calls (usually before noon), or partial overlap (4 hours/day during their working hours).
Next to every job invite, you can see the Engagement Manager responsible for the position. The easiest way to refer a friend is to email the EM with your friend in CC. If you'd like to refer a client, please email Paul Friedrich directly.
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