Don’t let that stop you! We’re happy to hear more about you for future opportunities. Take a look at our application process and let's get to know each other.
We trust you to take full responsibility and ownership of your work. We avoid micromanaging so you can be your best.
When you get stuck, your teammates are eager to help. And they’d love for you to share your knowledge too!
Every day you get to choose what environment makes you the happiest and most productive.
We've been growing a profitable company for more than 10 years, and we're just getting started!
Competitive salary—we pay at or above market rates
Company-paid retreats that we call workations. We gather twice a year for a week in an exotic location to work, learn and have fun together
Generous vacation policy. Take time off when you need it. We trust you
Annual benefits, which include a budget for home office setup, personal development, leisure trips, etc.
Company-paid creative days. Go out explore and share your discoveries with the team afterward
MacBook and other tools that'll help you to do your job efficiently
Remote-first culture with part of the team in Vilnius, Lithuania and the others working remotely from all over the world
Free healthy lunches, snacks and amazing coffee in the Vilnius office
Don't send us a CV. We like to do things differently.
Instead, here is how we would like you to apply:
In your Mailerlite account, go to "Campaigns" and create a newsletter that answers the questions below.
Send the newsletter or just the preview URL to [email protected].
You'll find this URL in the editor under "Preview and test" and then "Preview mode."
The title of your desired role in the email subject line
How you heard about The Remote Company
Links to your LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and/or personal homepage
Previous companies you worked for, your role, projects you worked on, and the technology stack you used (if applicable)
Why you want to join The Remote Company
Your remote work experience
A description of a project or product that you loved working on and why