100% Remote, Long-Term, Well-Paid Jobs For The World’s Best Developers
Join Expert Remote and get matched with the best US/EU startups. Only long-term projects with payment guarantee.
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How It Works
60-sec video presentation
15-min video call with HR
1-hour technical interview
Expert Remote role
We Hire Across 20+ Stacks
What’s your average project duration?
Usually it’s 6-12 months, and longer. We don’t take 2-3 week short-term projects at all.
How do I get paid?
We will pay you monthly within 15 calendar days for the previous month. We have multiple payment options: SWIFT bank transfer, PayPal, Payoneer etc.
Who pays the taxes?
We hire you as contractor and pay you a gross rate. Then you calculate and pay your income tax and other taxes locally yourself. If you need a consultation we can help.
What if the client doesn’t pay?
We pay you anyway. It’s part of our service to cover all your risks including this one. We do thorough client evaluation and work only with trusted companies, but in 2-3% cases it happens and we’re ready for it.
Who will be my main point of contact?
You will work with our client directly as part of their team. The client will set the processes and provide tasks. And in case you got any issues on the project you can reach out to our HR manager and we will help you sort it out.
So, for anything related to the project it will be the client. For everything related to our contract terms, payments, vacations etc it will be Expert Remote HR manager.
Can I work part-time?
Yes! We have full-time and part-time (15-20h/week) positions. Also, in some cases you can start working on part-time and in 2-3 months switch to full-time.
What’s the average team size?
We work with companies of all sizes, but mainly startups. So, the average team size is 2 to 10 people. Depending on your preference, we’ll match you with a small or a large team.
What’s your leave policy?
You can take a leave when you need it with prior client approval. But only at your own expense, since our clients pay only for the hours worked. So, when we discuss the gross hourly rate with you make sure it accounts for leaves and other expenses.
Should I work in the client’s timezone?
If there’s a big timezone difference, like you’re in Europe and the client is in the USA, then you should adjust your schedule to have at least 3-4 hours overlap with the client.
Do you focus on particular business domains?
Not really. Our clients range from consumer social and SAAS startups to NGOs like Climate change association. We will take into account your project preferences and domain expertise.