To post a job, click here. You'll be asked to sign up first.
The Women Who Code job board is your opportunity to connect with our community of over 80,000 engineers. We created an experience that facilitates efficient communication between employers and potential tech employees by eliminating the subconscious biases which are often a barrier to effective hiring practices.
Our job board features a minimalist approach that helps attract engineers. The application process is quick and easy, allowing engineers who may not be actively seeking employment to quickly explore potential opportunities. It also encourages companies to highlight job benefits.
Our members are predominantly engineers and people who participate in different parts of the development process: product, data science, analytics, security, dev ops, etc. You will yield better results when you post jobs that meet our member's career demographics.
We reserve the right to edit job posts in order to make them better match the Women Who Code community. When changes are made we will do our best to update customers in a timely manner. Read our Terms of Service.
There are 2 options when posting on the job board. The first allows applicants to directly email you about the job you posted. The second option is for you to list your external job URL, and for applicants to apply directly through that.
Please include a link to the initial application process for the position. We discourage you from posting a link to a longer job description as our research has shown that when someone clicks the
apply url button they are ready to begin applying for the job. Linking to a longer job description can make your post repetitive and cause people to abandon the application process.
No. Your job post will appear on the Women Who Code website as soon as it is submitted and approved.
We find that staggering multiple job posts over the course of days or weeks is the most effective way to communicate your brand, and employment needs to the Women Who Code community.
Women Who Code has several ways that your company can be specially featured in our community. This includes a featured logo placement in our Newsletter, a post to our 95,000+ Twitter followers, or a featured blog on the Women Who Code website.
Yes. We reserve the right to edit and/or change any job posts at any time. This is to ensure your job posts reflect our mission and vision. Please look at our Terms of Service.
Your job will expire after one month. At that time any links (in emails, on other sites etc) will lead to a 404 error, page not found. The Reach and Growth plans are Partner Subscription options that renew automatically each month, and can be cancelled at any time.
Research has found that employers that put in too many requirements risk losing qualified applicants that might otherwise be able to learn the necessary skills on the job.
Yes. There is a link to edit the content of your job post in the receipt that is emailed to you.
Yes! Similarly, if you are looking for a work from home possibility, simply type 'remote' in the search bar.
You can cancel anytime, just email us with the request at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll do it for you.
No. It is not possible to downgrade, or receive a refund for a job post of any sort once it has been submitted. Thank you for supporting Women Who Code.
Email us at email@example.com to and tell us what you want, we will try to satisfy your needs.
No. Currently you can only create one job at a time in our system. However you can post multiple jobs for different dates by creating a new listing each time.
Contact us firstname.lastname@example.org,
Contact us here email@example.com
Please see our here for our Terms of Service.