Geektastic Review

For nomads with tech skills, Geektastic is the perfect job finder. It is partnered with tech companies around the world who are in need of software engineers. To make sure you are the perfect fit for a company, you will need to undergo code challenges which will help the employer evaluate your technical and software skills.

You can also create your own challenges. You receive £25 every time your challenge is licensed by a client and £5 every time your challenge is used. You also get £25 every time you do a code review of a candidate’s code challenge.

Jobs Available on Geektastic

Geektastic is a niche site for remote developer jobs so you will only see job listings that are related to programming and development whether it’s Java, JavaScript, PHP, Python, iOS, C#, or Android.

Development Remote Jobs

The most popular remote job category on Geektastic is Development. To provide a few examples –some of the companies you will be working with when on Geektastic include;

  • JustGiving
  • Quickspin
  • GoCompare
  • Thomson Reuters
  • Gaming Realms
  • Easyodds
  • Nova
  • Mortimer Spinks

*This is only a small sample of companies that hire developers on Geektastic. Visit their website to see other companies that best suits your skill set.

Geektastic Pricing & Plans

Geektastic is a free service for job seekers.

Geektastic charges the following fees to businesses who would like to hire from their developer pool;

  • 10%/hire (discounted rate for new sign-ups before July 31, 2017)
  • 7.5%/hire start-up rate (<20 employees). The fee is charged one per hire of candidate’s first year’s annual salary.

Is Geektastic a Scam?

Our readers have not indicated that Geektastic is a scam or conducts business unfairly. You’re invited to share your experience about Geektastic in the comments below.

This Geektastic review was updated May 2017.


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