Top 25 Sites to Hire Magento Developers
Based on facts publicly available as of 01.01.2022
If you need to improve your ecommerce platform, or begin ecommerce development for the next iteration of your online store, start with Toptal. Their vetting system, which leaves only 3 percent of candidates standing, ensures you'll receive nothing less than some of the best. Toptal is most suitable for large-scale projects and established ecommerce businesses.
Once you're connected to a Magento programmer who's suited for your project, you're given a no-risk trial period. If you decide to hire them, you have someone who will work with you as long as you need them -- you can even bring them into your company if they agree. Toptal even offers temporary on-site hiring.
Need a developer with years of experience in ecommerce development? Magento has its own list of certified Magento developers to pick from to improve your ecommerce presence. Many of these Magento development services are aimed at large-scale enterprises, but there are quite a few for small- to medium-sized companies as well. Along with e-commerce website development, you can also find online marketing services, extension development, custom Magento solutions, and business optimizers, if needed. With a robust Magento community, their selection of dedicated Magento developers is a great place to start your hiring process.
Codementor was established as a website for helping novices get off the ground with one-on-one programming help from an expert. Its offshoot, CodementorX, allows you to hire those same front-end developers with years of experience as well as hundreds of thousands of other rigorously vetted freelancers.
Once you sign up and submit your project, you'll be given a shortlist of candidates as well as a free trial. You don't need to pay any platform fees -- only the hourly or retainer fees, which vary in range. This is great for long-term engagements, and you can even get an on-site developer if requested.
It can be difficult to hire Magento freelancers for short-term contract projects on your online store. Upwork seeks to make this easier; it's one of the most trustworthy and easy-to-use job boards you can find for cost-effective web development and ecommerce solutions. Besides giving you a shortlist of job candidates, potential applicants can find you and search for them.
Upwork's basic plan is free. No need to pay for job postings and interviewing candidates is up to you. If you want full control over the hiring process and your business needs, Upwork is your choice.
Zaptech is a USA- and India-based software company that specializes in Magento solutions. They hire and train expert Magento developers. You'll have a chance to hand-pick and interview the people they suggest and hire either individuals or a development team. Their goal is to provide a long-term relationship, so it's great for ecommerce development projects that need an ongoing solution and can use remote developers for Magento development services.
Magentax is an all-in-one Magento development company. With experienced ecommerce developers to choose from, and an in-depth analysis of your project requirements and business needs, you're sure to receive a quality online store. Along with the site, you can also pay for Magento theme development. You give your idea, and the Magentax development team makes it a reality.
Businesses searching to hire Magento developers should check out GeeksPerHour. GeeksPerHour uses an expedited hiring process where you simply post your job and have someone suitable assigned to you. You have five-hour, refundable trial periods to test out their ecommerce solutions. But with an incredible repeat business rate, it's likely that you'll be pleased with the results.
Hired upends traditional freelancing job boards by having the employer come to the employee. You can use Hired's amazing search tools to narrow down potential expert Magento developers. Certain cities have local hiring services, but relocation and remote jobs are available as well.
Hired also prices projects per business, so you won't go over budget. If you're willing to spend a few extra minutes a day to hire Magento developers, this is a great platform to use.
Much like Upwork, PeoplePerHour lets you browse through Magento programmers and other ecommerce developers to post your own job listing. It's free to use, and its Hourlies allow you to find ready-to-hire Magento freelancers for a smaller project. From agencies and small businesses to contractors of all caliber, you can find any sort of person for the job here.
Use Freelancer to post your Magento project or find users directly. Watch as the Magento experts bid on your job, and pay a fixed or hourly rate, in milestones or all at once. Have someone hand-pick people for your project, or sort through the applicants yourself. You can even hire locally. If you want control over your online business and the hiring process, Freelancer is a top choice.
With millions of registered programmers, many of them certified Magento developers, all at your fingertips, Guru gives you access to one of the largest user pools on the web. Plus, they have a robust payment system with four different options: pay by milestones, tasks, hourly, or recurring. Short or long-term projects, local or remote -- anything is possible. Guru's goal is to make hiring a freelancer as streamlined a process as possible.
LinkedIn is one of the most popular websites for professional networking, so it's a great place to begin searching for an expert Magento developer or development solution. You can search for users who've listed Magento as a skill and reach out to them, as well as posting your job. Per-click pricing means you'll only have to pay if your ad generates interest.
One of the most under-used sources of Magento developers is Indeed. Too much attention goes to it being a formal job posting platform than the side where you can outright select a single developer to work with. This is how it works:
- Instead of posting a job, go straight to the resume search section
- Many Magento developers upload their profiles and allow everyone open access to them
- Scroll and explore as many profiles as you need to before getting in touch with your best match
They stagger the fees at two tiers; The Standard account costs $100 per month, and places a cap of 30 new developers within a single pay cycle. If these are not enough to fill your quota, then you can upgrade to the $250 per month tier. This level of service gives you a hundred full developer resumes with visible contact details.
Although based in the UK, Monster has an international reach that can connect you with good Magento developers. The platform offers three levels of recruitment services:
- The starter staffing service where you’d post a single job and attract a maximum of 100 developers.
- A standard service with a 3-job limit per month exposed to 500 prospective employees.
- A premium offering that allows 5 job posts and 1000 views.
All the services pick the best developers from a qualified batch specific to Magento. The difference is how unlike the standard (where you’d have to wait for up to a week) the specialized tier can fill up a position in as little as 72 hours.
As wide as Craigslist’s reach extends, so too does its capability of connecting you with the best Magento developers. Full-time or part-time developers are all available for you to engage on your latest Magento projects.
Posting under the gigs section is your go to when looking for fast turnaround times corresponding to minor tasks. While the actual jobs section hints of long-term commitment.
Many employers frequent Craigslist because of it’s no-fee structure. It also gives your job the reach you’d otherwise pay handsomely on other platforms. One caveat to the arrangement is that developers applying to help you will lack endorsement from the platform. It becomes your duty to individually test each applicant before sharing your project details.
Payments methods frequently used on the platform are PayPal, Cash cheque, and CashApp. All of which are standalone services and not in partnership with the platform.
SitePoint started out as a continuous learning platform for developers. Magento books, a forum, and an active community lure in the talent you’d need for a successful project. Over time, it has found a pivot and features some interesting jobs for developers to take part in.
To access the talent pool that frequents SitePoint, you can adopt either of three employer accounts;
- Free account - You can post a single job on a monthly basis. Developers get to see it on the job board.
- Stand out - This tier pins your posts above the rest until you update its status to ‘hired’. Subscribers to the platform also get a newsletter with your job details.
- Premium - This service includes all the benefits of its lower tiers and posts your job on SitePoint’s social media pages. Besides these perks, they highlight your job search to attract urgent responses from Magento developers located all over the globe.
17. Landing Jobs
Landing Jobs is a tech talent-hiring platform with a remote and migration model. If you’re looking to employ a Magento developer and help them move and work near you, this is the platform for you. This being the key concept of the website, you can still hire and work with a Magento developer on a remote engagement basis.
Posting a job on Landing Jobs is absolutely free. However, they require some compensation when you find the right developer for your projects. This, or you can opt in for a “per job post reviewed” basis. Either way, you only part with some money for actual traction on your hiring intentions. Most companies posting on Landing Jobs are based in Europe. However, the reach it has shown has no boundaries.
With most tech companies morphing into full-remote workplaces, RemoteOK gives you the chance to work with the best developers from all over the world. Posting a job has a flat fee of just under $500 (at the time of writing).
The platform serves Magento developers and other eCommerce framework specialists. This exposes your project details to more angles from which solutions can emerge. Each developer on the platform will have signed an NDA to safeguard your job ideas.
Payment terms, rates, and any other agreements take place outside the platform. As such, you should carry out some research on each hire prior engagement. The platform attracts some most sought after developers, so expect to part with matching fees for your project.
Since most Magento projects now require a source version control, it’s only fitting that GitHub jobs be the place to get capable developers. The terms of engagement with the platform are straightforward;
1. You create a job post draft, and get to preview before saving for the next step,
2. This step requires you pay $450 for the post to go live,
3. Upon successful payment, we show the job to Magento developers for 30 days.
Besides featuring on the GitHub Jobs board, Magento developers also get emails with your post pinned on top. Since all developers on GitHub have a publicly visible profile, you get to see as many portfolios as you need before hiring them.
OfferZen is a South Africa - based tech talent connection company. They assess Magento project specialists willing to work remotely before giving you access to their profiles. Unlike other platforms on which Magento developers clamor for work on a board, you alert OfferZen of your talent requirements and they find one (or an entire team) on your behalf.
Expect to part with 12.5% of what you intend to spend on a hire in their first year as the fee for OfferZen’s services. This stands unless you don’t continue with the candidate within their first three months. This case results in a money-back guarantee activating. The platform shares the risk associated with contracting a mismatch. This makes hiring on OfferZen less stressful.
Dedicated to fielding remote team members for your project, WWR is a good source for Magento developers as well. It's essentially a job board with access to thousands of qualified developers from all corners of the world.
To get started, posting a job and paying the low tier fee of just under $300 gives you a shot at attracting all developers (Magento and otherwise skilled). Knowing how this could waste a lot of time, you can opt for the applicants to be screened before you get to choose. This way, only those with proven Magento skills get a whiff of your project's existence. This, however, will cost you a further $200 and delay hiring by a reasonable (screening time) of 2 days.
Like most jobs boards, boosting your listing gets you more attention. To achieve this you can select to highlight the post, and even feature it so that every Magento developer in search of a job sees it on top of the board each time they visit. They claim it gets you up to four times the amount of visibility a normal post gets. You'll just need to throw an extra $150 to get this kind of performance.
22. HubStaff Talent
Hiring Magento developers on Hubstaff Talent takes very little effort. After aggregating developers according to the frameworks and tools that will make your project a success, the next step is reviewing their proposals and portfolios.
Getting started involves posting a detailed requirements statement on the platform for free. Their jobs board displays jobs based on freelancers skill-set and a last posted order of appearance. However, posting a project just once should get you the attention you need since matching developers get weekly email updates on matching projects. You can optionally manage hourly projects using the platform’s time tracking tools. These also help with human resource activities like compiling and executing pay-cycles.
Reddit is perhaps the most open space to discover Magento developers. The social platform has several subreddits dedicated to the Magento framework. A combined active community surpassing ten thousand developers engage in troubleshooting and consultations daily.
Sticking your Magento project details in-between all this buzz is a proven way to get proposals, resumes, and even free advice from the community. With only bots to filter scammers from well-intended responses, it helps if you take time to assess each proposal sent your way.
Payment terms are fully up to you to set. However, expect to pay competitive rates for the work you post. It’s also worth knowing that just as proposals undergo vetting by the AI bots on the platform, so too will your post. To stay on their good side (avoiding your posts from being taken down) respond to questions around your projects and stay fair with your intentions.
Did you know Twitter has a surprising amount of Magento-proficient candidates? Many people have established a business relationship through social media from experienced developers looking for work to companies posting job offerings. Try using #MagentoJobs and #Magento to see who is actively looking.