Remote jobs round-up


We looked, so you didn’t have to!

It’s too hot to job search…so we did some for you.


Here’s some of the remote roles and that caught our eye this week. 

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Virtual assistants – flexible contracts, work from home, UK-based 

Have you got marketing, project management and/or admin skills? Get Ahead VA are looking to add people to their remote team. They say: 

“Whether you are a marketing expert or an able administrator, you will deliver flexible services to our clients across the UK. You will also be part of our award-winning, supportive and friendly team of nearly 40 virtual assistants.”

>> Find out more.  


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Sales role at Museum Hack – work from home, US-based

Are you in the New York area? Cool and quirky museum-tours company Museum Hack are looking for a remote-working Sales Representative. They say: 

“We lead unconventional tours of the world’s best museums.” 

Perks include flexible hours, a focus on career development, and you can choose your own location (home, coworking space or coffee shop – it’s up to you.)

>> Find out more.  


Senior Web Developer – work from anywhere, flexible hours

Want to start a career with the world’s largest remote software developer, Scopic Software? They are looking for a Senior Web Developer, and several other developer roles. Please share with your techy friends! They say:

“We have over 250 employees in over 30 countries all comfortably working from home/remotely. Though we’re a big team overall, each project is made up of small teams to remain agile and maintain good communication. As a Senior Web Developer, you would be part of a dedicated team for each project and an integral part of Scopic. Since a good work environment is crucial to creativity, the position gives you the freedom to work from anywhere, at any time.”

>> Find out more.  

Digital Account Manager – flexi-time and remote (with access to Leeds, UK)

Web design agency Elementary Digital are looking for a ‘people person’ with strong digital experience. You can choose where you work – as long as you can get to meetings in Leeds as needed. They say:

The right person for the job will have digital experience, most likely in an agency environment. It goes without saying that you’ll be a ‘people person’, we need someone who is able to endear themselves to clients and colleagues alike. 


Previous experience managing web builds would be a distinct advantage. It would also help if you are familiar with all the usual project management tools e.g. Trello, Slack, Basecamp. That said, if you already use other tools that could be used effectively, we’re definitely open to hearing about them.

>> Find out more.  

Returnship alert! 

This one isn’t a remote opportunity, but we love returnships and wanted to share. Closing Monday July 16th, a fantastic, new 12-week paid returnship programme from STEM Returners, working with BAE Systems, with opportunities for engineers (including electrical and software engineers) in Porstmouth, Isle of Wight, London and Glasgow.

>> Find out more. 

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We’re a small start-up and we’d love your help to grow: if you apply for an opportunity you’ve seen here, we’d love it if you could tell them we sent you – thank you! And if you can spread the word by sharing jobs with your network or following us on social media, that’s awesome too.

Happy Remote Job Hunting! – Lucy (Founder, myworkhive)


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