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Kamil Kwiecien
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Brand New Engineering Open Positions - Week #26 of 2022

Hey,
This is Kamil, founder of the Remote Index - every week I compile a list of fresh remote engineering jobs to help you find your next remote position.

Today, I have 16 of 412 new jobs I want to share with you. Check out all our new jobs from companies like Telus International AI, Galaxy Digital Services, Eligo Recruitment Ltd, HyperMint, Open Earth Foundation, Client Server, iAgora Europa, Planet, Maple, GB Solutions, PSR Solutions, Slate, DXdao, Quit Genius, Zengenti Ltd, Jobheron and more below!

Let's dive in.

Data Analyst @ Telus International AI
Remote / Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
contract regular data impact search engineering

Engineering Manager @ Galaxy Digital Services
Remote
full-time management crypto design engineering hardware

Senior Cloud Engineer @ Eligo Recruitment Ltd
Remote / Mannheim, Baden-W羹rttemberg, Germany
full-time senior aws azure cloud design

Engineer @ HyperMint
Remote / England, United Kingdom
full-time regular api aws cloud cloudformation

Engineer @ Open Earth Foundation
Remote
part-time regular blockchain design impact infrastructure

Back End Software Engineer @ Client Server
Remote / England, United Kingdom
full-time regular backend c++ c++17 data

Labs Back End Specialist @ iAgora Europa
Remote / Munich, Bavaria, Germany
full-time regular aws backend c# cloud

Senior Quality Engineer @ Planet
Remote / Alberta, Canada
full-time senior agile automation customer data

Senior Full Stack Web Developer @ Maple
Remote
contract senior agile apollo ethereum graphql

Engineer @ GB Solutions
Remote / Gloucester, England, United Kingdom
full-time regular c# crm customer data

Electrical Design Engineer @ PSR Solutions
Remote / Nottingham, England, United Kingdom
full-time regular design engineering other project

Software Engineer @ Slate
Remote / Brooklyn, New York, United States of America
full-time regular api audio aws cloud

Senior Front End Developer @ DXdao
Remote
full-time senior agile ethereum front-end performance

Platform Engineer @ Quit Genius
Remote / London, England, United Kingdom
full-time regular architecture aws data design

Front End Developer @ Zengenti Ltd
Remote / Ludlow, United Kingdom
full-time regular agile angular css3 enterprise

Software Engineer @ Jobheron
Remote / Liverpool, England, United Kingdom
full-time regular agile c++ customer design

Check all 412 new engineering jobs.

I also share new jobs on our Twitter: @remoteindexco

By the way, do you have any feedback for me? Feature requests? Companies I should add? I built Remote Index for remote workers like you (and me), so I want to hear what can be improved.

You can reach me on Twitter @shmannet at any time.

Many thanks
Kamil

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Pierre Bouillon

Hey Kamil, thanks for sharing!
However, you may want to publish job offers on the listing (especially the jobs one) to keep relevant the feeds of the tags you mention for the others

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Kamil Kwiecien Author

Hi Pierre,
I was thinking about that, but it won't work because of two reasons. Listings are very limited, only 400 characters max. And to post the listing it takes points, which will run out quickly.
As for the tags, I add a specific tag only if there is a job on the list which could be interesting for people following it.
I want to structure my post to make it easier to read, maybe grouping jobs under front end, back end, devops etc could help... What do you think?

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Pierre Bouillon

I understand your position on this, it may only be my point of view about what tags are supposed to be but I see it more like a feed of blog articles from various users.

Job advertising might not be what developers are looking for, beside, the fact that there is a dedicated listing section and the terms and conditions might point to the same thing:

Users must make a good-faith effort to share content that is on-topic, of high-quality, and is not designed primarily for the purposes of promotion or creating backlinks.

I do not say that those are low quality posts, they just might not be in the right place what about publishing several posts in the listing by grouping them by stack to keep them relevant ? (ex: a post for C# jobs containing two of your links, one for React with the other relevant links, etc.)

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Kamil Kwiecien Author

The idea about making posts more relevant to stack is not bad, and I think I will do it that way next time. I still think my post format doesn't fit listing. Even if I cut out half of it, it won't fit in the listing (it fits only 60-100 words). There are a few other disadvantages of listings, like no reactions and no comments.

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Michael Tharrington

Hey Kamil,

I'm a Community Manager here at DEV!

We can totally understand your point of view here and will take this feedback into account.

Going forward, if you're planning to share open positions, please do so under #hiring... this is our tag dedicated to companies that are hiring. I realize you aren't just hiring for a solo company, but I still think this would be the ideal tag to reach for. Please avoid using other subject matter tags, as I do think folks browsing content under these tags are expecting tutorials, editorial, etc. and not posts promoting jobs.

Please understand that you still might receive messages from mods asking you to use listings as this is how we've directed these folks to manage these sorts of promotional posts, but ultimately, I can understand why you are sharing these the way you are and you can continue to do so under #hiring.

Let me know if you have any questions or further feedback.