What we're looking for:

Hacker Noon is looking for a Fullstack engineer to join the team parttime to lead the development of Slogging.

Slogging is Slack Blogging application for communities and tech companies to turn their best Slack discussions into published stories. HackerNoon writers have co-written the first 150 slogging stories, and now we are actively onboarding select customers and communities such as Product School, [ ]

In this role, you’ll work directly with the HackerNoon core software team that founded Slogging, and the HackerNoon editorial and business teams to optimize our Slogging publishing process. You are scrappy, detail-oriented, and empathetic. Maybe you have started your own company. Maybe you worked at a larger corporation and needed more breathing room for creativity and independence. Maybe you dropped out of school (or never went) because you realized you didn't fit the traditional mold. You most likely have read a Hacker Noon story before and liked that it was authored by someone just like you. You're not just willing to go through all the ups and downs of startup life. You are living for it.



Every single Hacker Noon team member started out as a part time contractor first, including the CEO. You will be assigned a part time project based on your skill, interest, and commitment level. After a mutually agreed upon trial period and compensation amount, there will be an evaluation between you and Hacker Noon to find the best fit: full time, part-time, or no time. Our monthly budget for this role starts at $1.5k-$2.5k, and if we all slog along at the expected pace, plenty of room to grow.