Android Police is always on the lookout for our next great contributor. Sometimes, though, we do seek to fill specific roles here on the site, and you can find any such positions listed on this page.
All roles at Android Police are paid, and we provide competitive compensation.
Developer (Full stack LAMP, non-US - full time)
We're looking for a full stack LAMP developer to take charge of development on Android Police and a few related projects. One of the first: AMP for Android Police! If you have experience implementing custom AMP UIs, we'd love to hear from you. Ideally, you'd be located outside of the U.S.
This is a full-time, paid position (compensation dependent on experience). If you're interested, please send an email to [email protected] with an introduction, a link to your LinkedIn profile (active Github and StackOverflow profiles are a plus), resume if you have one, and availability.
News writer (North America or Europe - part time)
Android Police is currently seeking to add part-time writers to our news team. Applicants ideally would be from North America or Europe, but other regions may be considered depending on experience and other factors. These positions are paid on a per-post basis, with the rate determined by experience.
There is no minimum experience necessary for this job, but experience blogging (personally or professionally) or in a role that requires writing on a regular basis is highly useful.
- Consistent availability. We expect you to be around! Android Police is a very busy place, and you need to be part of the team. We expect you to be writing at least a few posts every week, and ideally quite a few more than that.
- A strong command of the English language. Impeccable spelling, grammar, and coherent sentence structure are vital. We take this one seriously.
- The ability to be a self-starter when it comes to researching, writing, and updating stories. The job doesn't begin and end in the text editor. You have to be willing to go the extra mile.
- A reliable laptop or desktop computer (Windows, OS X, and Chrome OS are all fine).
- A reasonably modern Android smartphone.
If you meet the requirements above and you think you're the kind of person who can handle working in an environment where attention to detail and working at an efficient pace are essential, read on.
What you should submit, how to apply
- A brief introduction (just an inline email is fine, we don't need a cover letter)
- Your resume
- A writing sample
- To apply, email us at jobs at androidpolice dot com
Last updated: 4/16/2018