Moodle Jobs database maintained by Moodle HQ is a good way to start taking Moodle jobs from the Moodle community members who cant afford Moodle Partners or may have very small amount of work or else needs a full time developer,programmer.
The Moodle jobs database contains all kinds of jobs like full time, part time, contract, remote location based, telecommute, on site etc. You can also access all the jobs in the Moodle Jobs database here.
Here are few jobs posted in the Moodle Jobs database in the past few days:

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  • Developer to build Authentication Plugin
  • Moodle Mobile App Developer – We are looking to develop a mobile app to connect with our Moodle system’s (v2.6) discussion forum activities to simplify the posting in forums on mobile, background notifications, etc. For further details get in touch with us.
  • Lead Engineer – Learning Solutions – Lead Engineer – Learning Solutions is a position leading and problem-solving, creative, and entrepreneurial developers with fantastic communication skills to join our Precyse University teams. As Lead Engineer, you will be part of the team who develop content, games, and solutions for online healthcare education. You will be responsible for designing and implementing portals, web and mobile applications that may be used by hundreds of thousands of healthcare users.
  • Lead Moodle developer – University of California, San Diego seeks a PHP programmer and technical lead for our transition from Blackboard to the Moodle LMS (Learning Management System).  This position has a strong focus on open source development and requires commitment to involvement with the Moodle development community, including making local customizations and facilitating their adoption by the Moodle community into future releases.
  • Learning Technologist – You will take a proactive role in promoting and supporting technology-enhanced learning across the institution. Joining a team of Learning Technologists, you will be responsible for developing and promoting high quality technology-enhanced learning resources (e.g. interactive resources, summative and formative quizzes, screen-capture tutorials, etc.), for use within the University’s virtual learning environment Moodle, in collaboration with colleagues from the Academic Development Unit and across the institution.
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