Hire Jess

Always interested in chatting about new opportunities. I live in England and love remote work. But get in touch if you’re elsewhere! If an opportunity may not be a good fit for me, happy to work to direct focus at some of the really amazing talent I’m lucky enough to work with. If you want to chat about a role, a project or cake find me on Twitter or email me at jessica(at)closetoclever.com
Jess Rose in Iceland
I’m most interested in opportunities that would allow me to direct the energy from my public speaking and outreach back towards a single focal point. My LinkedIn and Lanyrd profiles. The Tl:dr version is below.

Core skills:

  • Developer focused community development and outreach
  • Developing educational programs for programming/technology
  • HTML/CSS
  • Technical Documentation
  • Sourcing non-traditional and diverse tech talent
  • Event planning and management
  • WordPress
  • Communication: technical, cross industry and Japanese skills
  • Digital marketing and SEO with technical SEO focus

Emerging Skills:

  • JavaScript
  • Java

Would love to learn:

  • Python
  • More about DevOps
  • Ruby

Would love to hear about:

  • Community, evangelism or advocacy roles
  • Roles with a focus on access to technology
  • Roles with a focus on tech learners
  • Big, scary, exciting, world changing projects
  • Product management for inspiring software products

Short contracts only for:

  • Technical writing
  • Talent sourcing
  • Communications coaching and consulting
  • Youth safeguarding consulting
  • Event planning

Please don’t make me:

  • Do linkbuilding, I hate it.
  • Do a role that is only digital marketing.

1 Comment

  • Isobel Pearce

    August 25, 2015 at 12:15 pm Reply

    Hi Jessica

    I’m dropping you a line to see if you would consider giving a keynote talk at SymfonyLive in London on September 18th?

    I’m helping to organise the event and a few of my colleagues recommended your talk ‘Impostor Syndrome and Individual Competence’ as one they’d love to see live and that it would be a great fit for the conference/audience.

    KR
    Isobel

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