Github Review

For developers looking for decent remote work, Github has a job board where you can find a handful of listings. There are no filter options on their search bar but you can get the closest job matches by typing in title, benefits, companies, expertise, and location. To make sure that you only get remote job results, type in the keyword “remote” in the search bar.

Jobs Available on Github

Job categories on Github include;

  • Software Development
  • Design
  • Customer Support
  • Management

Development Remote Jobs

The most popular remote job category on Github is Development. To provide a few examples –some of the best remote development jobs that are currently available on Github include;

  • Senior Android Engineer
  • Software Development Engineer
  • Site Reliability Engineer
  • Back End Development Manager
  • Agile Java Software Developer
  • Front End Web Developer
  • Full Stack Web Developer
  • Data Scientist
  • Senior iOS Developer
  • Senior Java Engineer

*This is only a small sample of remote jobs available in this category. Visit their website to see if there’s remote work available that best suits your skill set.

Github Pricing & Plans

Github is a free service for job seekers.

Github charges $450 to businesses who would like to post a job listing which runs for 30 days.

Is Github a Scam?

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

This Github review was updated May 2017.


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