5 remote jobs that you can apply for right now on Jobbio

By July 21, 2020For Talent

Check out our favourite remote jobs of the week. 

The world of working has changed dramatically over the last few months. Millions of people all over the world now find themselves working from home for the first time, as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.

In a post COVID world, employers are going to be far more open to the idea of remote work, which is an exciting thought.

If the idea of working remotely appeals to you, then you are in luck. At the moment on Jobbio, we have a number of brilliant remote jobs crying out for incredible talent like you!

We’ve done a round up of our favourite remote jobs of the week (all available at the moment), so get applying, and get ready to start the next phase of your life.

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Full Stack Developer, DBLX. 

DBLX is seeking talented, highly motivated and versatile developers to lead the coordination of various development tasks such as, coding, app development and web development. You’ll enjoy working across the full Software Development Life cycle, with performance, scalability and security in mind.

You are a great communicator who can bring people along with you, working collaboratively to ensure all client delivery is best in class for design, development and user experience. Your life-long learning mentality will drive you to always demonstrate the curiosity and passion to become an expert in your field.

Growth Marketing Strategy Consultant, AgingChoices.

AgingChoices is looking for a growth marketing strategist in a consulting role. This role requires vision, strategic thinking and the ability to execute on that vision.

AgingChoices.com, a LifestyleCX company is a two-sided marketplace serving a 50+M booming aging consumer market and is America’s fastest-growing senior living and senior care finder website. They are a venture-backed startup with offices in Rocky Hill, CT, and Cambridge, MA. AgingChoices was launched to address the lack of transparency and available information on options for aging adults and their families.

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Growth Leader, Cleer.

Cleer are looking for an experienced Growth Leader to join their Acquisition team in a remote role. As part of this role, you will define and lead the organisation’s digital customer acquisition strategy, primarily via Viral Loops, Referral Programs, UGC (User Generated Content), CGC (Company Generated Content), but also other channels (third party affiliates), as recommended to deliver business goals.

You will implement Growth Hacking strategies to gain new customers using different kind of tools (pricing scrapping, digital audiences etc), while managing, optimising and measuring the performance of different kind of workflows (acquisition, retention, resurrection, etc).

Lead Backend Engineer – Python, Aster.

Aster is the future of personal wealth management, enabling their clients to manage their bankable and non-bankable assets anytime, anywhere via an easy-to-use mobile app. Their platform is built to scale, architected with bank-grade security in mind from a privacy-first perspective, has integrations to banks and financial institutions worldwide, and offers a native iOS app to its clients for daily use.

They’re an early stage startup, so this role comes with a lot of opportunity to grow, the potential for significant equity upside, significant responsibility, the ability to work on a modern tech stack and a chance at making a product with significant impact.

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Content and Marketing Operations Manager, Occipital.

In this exciting role, you’ll be working primarily with the Augmented Home division, where Canvas is the most public product today, but the company have a ton of other exciting initiatives to reveal over the course of 2020. 3D capture — and 3D in general — is very new to pretty much every single customer in the home improvement industry, meaning that your job is an even mix of inspiration, education, and motivation. And, of course, measuring success.

This is a role for a storyteller who treats their work’s results as their main concern, and is comfortable acknowledging when well-crafted content failed to achieve its purpose.

Author Rebecca O'Keeffe

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