Location: San Diego, California Salary: 50k USD - 300K USD Job Type: Contract Design your full-time freelance career as a top freelance dev...
Location: San Diego, California
Salary: 50k USD - 300K USD
Job Type: Contract
Design your full-time freelance career as a top freelance developer with Toptal.
Freelance work is defining developer careers in exciting new ways. If you're passionate about finding rapid career growth potential working with leading Fortune 500 brands and innovative Silicon Valley startups, Toptal could be a great fit for your next career shift.
Toptal is an elite talent network made up of the world's top 3% of developers, connecting the best and brightest freelancers with top organizations. Unlike a 9-to-5 job, you'll choose your own schedule and work from anywhere. Jobs come to you, so you won't bid for projects against other developers in a race to the bottom. Plus, Toptal takes care of all the overhead, empowering you to focus on successful engagements while getting paid on time, at the rate you decide, every time. Our sophisticated screening process makes sure you are provided with top clients without additional overhead, as well as assistance in maximizing the potential of your full-time freelance career. Joining the Toptal network also gives you access to technical training programs, mentors, and coaching programs, so you can connect with a global community of experts like you to share peer-to-peer knowledge and expand your network globally.
As a freelance developer, you can become a part of an ever-expanding community of experts in over 120 countries, working remotely on projects that meet your career ambitions.
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