We're building 'Google Docs for Science', making science and R&D faster, more open and more transparent by bringing the whole scientific process into the cloud, from idea to writing to review to publication. Overleaf has 750,000 users who've created more than 10 million documents, and is being used in hundreds of universities worldwide for teaching and research.
We're a London-based startup, supported by Digital Science and Bethnal Green Ventures, and founded by two mathematicians who were inspired by their own experiences in academia to create a better solution for scientific collaboration and communication.
Our current openings are listed below, and we're always keen to hear from exceptional people who are passionate about what they do — just drop us a line at .
You're an independent thinker and fast learner. You're resourceful and knowledgeable, but you ask questions when you get stuck. You take pride in your work, and you ship it early and often, because you love to see it out there in the real world. You learn new programming languages and techniques for fun, and you contribute to open source.
If this sounds like you, send your CV, salary expectations, and a link to your profile on github/bitbucket to firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll get in touch to arrange an interview, in person if possible, otherwise via Skype/Google Hangout.
This is an immediate vacancy for a permanent position with a two month probationary period. Working arrangements are flexible.
You can choose to join our office in London or work remotely.
We look forward to meeting you!
Most of our team works remotely, and flexible working is encouraged. As long as you get things done you can flex your time to suit you best.
MacBook Pro? Lenovo ThinkPad? Notebook and pen? However you like to work, we'll provide you with the equipment you need.
We're based in the Digital Science offices, so there's lots of interesting people to meet, and clubs and sports activities outside of work.
Our London office is centrally located in Shoreditch with excellent transport links.
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We get the whole team together at our London office (and sometimes elsewhere) several times a year.