Top Freelance Jobs from Job Board – Week 3, October
Looking for a new client? The FreelanceSwitch job board is a great resource of freelance gigs and opportunities. These opportunities are in various fields, from development to writing to design, and come from a wide range of potential clients. The job board is hand-moderated by dedicated staff and volunteers from the freelance community.
Each week, we’ll feature a selection of the best job opportunities posted for the week. This week, we’re featuring jobs in Programming, Front & Back End Development, Mobile Design and more!
We are searching for a programming wizard to lead our development team. We have a prototype complete and a small team of junior to mid-level programmers to assist you. We need someone with experience solving complex problems to lead the development of a stable, scalable version of our product.
We are an international start up based in the tropical paradise of Bali, Indonesia. We are building a community-focused reviews platform (web and mobile) to compete with Yelp, Tripadvisor, Urbanspoon etc. We are targeting niche markets with a number of innovative new features.
The ideal candidate is willing to come to Bali for a paid vacation and to join our team (relaxed work environment, lots of beach trips). We provide luxury accommodation and spending money and assist with travel expenses. You must be available to work full time on this project. Before and after the Bali trip there will be opportunities for remote work (if you prefer not to relocate permanently).
Budget: $2,500 to $5,000
Our cooperative has and immediate need for a freelance front and backend developer with experience in web development, mobile app development, social networking app development, and software development. Your job responsibilities would include working on specific projects, using word press, magneto, tab fusion, HTML, java script, php, mysql, css, drupal, open source applications, and advanced programming experience. You should also have the experience and knowledge to aid us and consult on the best development solutions for projects. You must be flexible, have the ability to meet deadlines that maybe restrictive to meet quick turnarounds, you should have the ability to produce quick and sound code.
The position would require about 20 hours per week, flexible hours based on US Eastern time zone. If you have interested and would like to apply please provide a resume, samples of your development work or Link to website, a reasonable rate, per hour is preferred, but weekly rate will also be considered.
Budget: $1,000 to $2,500
I am a senior software engineer in a highly known visual effects company in Los Angeles and I have a few ideas for mobile apps, I am looking for someone to team up to do the app as I would like to achieve a very polished app.
If this sounds interesting, please contact me and I would love to talk about the details
We are looking for a backend developer. Working closely with the team you would be tasked with developing the companion websites for our mobile apps.
Whether you’re a graduate with some personal projects or an experienced developer, provided you have a passion for what you do we would like to hear from you.
The contract is initially for 6 months and you would primarily be tasked with the development of the companion website for our current iOS game, with the opportunity of an ongoing permanent position available upon successful completion.
Budget: $2,500 to $5,000
I am looking to know can someone design and code a website that will do exactly the same as the MOONPIG and Funkypigeon Greeting card websites do. I have a client that wants to setup a site that sells greetings cards but needs a website that does exactly as the above two sites do. If anyone can do this can you contact me with time and price of the job and portfolio links. Just the client wants to know if someone can do this idea website as he really wants a site done for the greeting cards idea. He wants it that people can walk into a shop and use his website at a kiosk and it can print cards in the shop or it can use a send option where it will be sent to his office where it will be printed then enveloped up and send to whoever it needs to goto.