NoDesk: Issue #240
A weekly newsletter with the best new remote jobs, stories and ideas from the remote work community, and occasional offbeat pieces to feed your curiosity.
By Daniel (@nodeskco).
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Digital Product Designer at UEFA - Remote (Europe, UK)
Senior React Native Mobile Developer Web3 (Remote) at Buzz - Remote (Worldwide)
Senior C++ Developer at CVEDIA - Remote (Europe)
Technical Writer at Semaphore - Remote (Europe, LATAM)
Senior Fullstack Developer at Clevertech - Remote (Worldwide)
Online Data Analyst - Germany at TELUS International AI - Remote (Germany)
Online Data Analyst - Spain at TELUS International AI - Remote (Spain)
Online Data Analyst - USA at TELUS International AI - Remote (USA)
Full-stack Developer (React/Node) at Lemon.io - Remote (Canada, Europe, South America)
React & React Native Developer at Lemon.io - Remote (Canada, Europe, South America)
Freelance Writer at Marker Content - Remote (Worldwide)
Product Manager (Technical) at Overleaf - Remote (UK, EU, US, Canada)
Senior Unreal Engine Developer at Toptal - Remote (Worldwide)
Product Marketing Manager at Semaphore - Remote (Europe, Latin America)
Senior Golang Developer: Long-term job - 100% remote at Profixy - Remote (Worldwide)
Backend Engineer (Remote) at Tidepool Project - Remote (US)
Online Data Analyst at TELUS International AI - Remote (Canada)
Senior Product Manager (100% Remote) at Close - Remote (Worldwide)
Business Development Manager (North American Market) at Interaction Design Foundation - Remote (US)
Backend Engineer - Java at LeanIX - Remote (Germany)
Fullstack Engineer - Java & Angular at LeanIX - Remote (Germany)
Senior Frontend Engineer - Angular at LeanIX - Remote (Germany)
Blockchain Jobs / Cryptocurrency Jobs at Cryptocurrency Jobs - Remote (Worldwide)
Customer Success Manager at Canonical - Remote (Worldwide)
Data Scientist at Donut - Remote (US)
Director, Digital Marketing at Netlify - Remote (US)
Inside Account Manager - EMEA at GitHub - Remote (Netherlands)
Product Manager (Mobile) at Scott's Cheap Flights - Remote (US)
Senior Content Writer & Strategist at 8x8 - Remote (UK)
Associate Director, Program Communications at Code for America - Remote (US)
Digital Copywriter at Namecheap - Remote (Worldwide)
Operations Intern - Summer 2023 at Brex - Remote (Worldwide)
Product Design Manager at Discord - Remote (US)
Product Lead at MetaLab - Remote (+/- 3 hours ET)
Product Manager at Skylight - Remote (US)
Senior Creative Operations Manager at GitLab - Remote (North America)
Senior Product Designer, Growth at 15Five - Remote (US)
Creative Director at Airbase - Remote (European Economic Area)
Event Coordinator - 12 Month Contract at Brex - Remote (Worldwide)
Executive Assistant to SVP at Gong - Remote (US)
Media Partners Relation Manager, TED Countdown at TED - Remote (US)
Paralegal EMEA at Deel - Remote (EMEA)
Senior Software Engineer - Video Broadcast at Twitch - Remote (Germany)
Business Analysis & Control Associate at Deel - Remote (EMEA)
Developer Intern - Infrastructure Services at 1Password - Remote (Canada)
Global Account Manager at HashiCorp - Remote (Germany)
QA Mobile Engineer at Customer.io - Remote (EMEA)
Remote Chat Support Specialists - German/English - Spotify at ModSquad - Remote (EMEA)
Senior Project Manager at CivicActions - Remote (US)
Customer Support Representative at MURAL - Remote (Argentina)
Senior Manager, Sales Support at CircleCI - Remote (Ireland, UK, US)
VP of Marketing, EMEA at Twitch - Remote (UK)
Accountant at Canonical - Remote (Americas, EMEA)
Program Manager at Oddball - Remote (US)
Societal Impact Program Manager at Udacity - Remote (Germany, UK)
Community Lead, Germany at Reddit - Remote (Germany)
Senior Product Designer (Incubation Squad) at DigitalOcean - Remote (Canada, US)
Senior Program Manager, Finance at Wikimedia Foundation - Remote (Worldwide)
Hand-picked articles, stories and ideas from the remote work community and beyond.
Matty Merritt | Morning Brew
There are very few activities worse than opening your laptop, sorting through 20 different versions of “Resume_ACTUALFINAL.doc.pdf”, and submitting one to a virtual stack of other resumes that are just as good (if not better) than yours.
When you throw on the “remote only” filter, the hunt feels even bleaker—and it is.
Working remotely has become increasingly popular in recent years, with more and more people opting to work from home, or a location of their choice. This arrangement has many advantages, such as greater flexibility and freedom, but also some disadvantages. One way to mitigate the disadvantages of working remotely is by organizing into skill guilds. Here’s how it could work…
Alex Christian | BBC
While many firms have pivoted to hybrid or remote work in an ad-hoc way, others are creating a new role to oversee their workplace transformation.
LanceJones | Hacker News
My son is 2 years into his Business/CompSci degree and already has lots of summer work experience. He’s got an internship offer from Amazon and one from GoDaddy. He just declined GoDaddy because it’s only remote, and for a new aspiring developer, he thinks it’s important to be around other developers/teams to learn norms and gain “osmotic” experience. Amazon is on-site. With all the attention on WFH over the past 2 years in the tech space, what do you think of his rationale? Could this be what a lot of young developers are feeling?
Rebecca Bellan | TechCrunch
But both employers and employees have reported some downsides to remote work. Isolation can make people feel lonely and disconnected, leading to mental health issues. Learning and collaboration have taken a hit without the human element of being in the same room. And it can be difficult to create and maintain a company culture remotely.
Luckily, some seriously smart people have thought hard about how to address these challenges and make it work.
JeffLaRue | Reddit
Some comments: I won’t go to Mogadishu because I don’t want to be skinned alive.
Other comments: I won’t go to Cape Cod because I hear the crab cakes aren’t what they used to be.
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