In the past week many more jobs are posted in the Moodle Jobs database which can be beneficial if you are a part time developer and want to have some extra income.
Here are the few entries from the last update(clicking the title will open the job posting in a new tab):

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  • Groundbreaking UK/US film education learning resource seeks passionate, creative instructional designer: We’re looking for instructional designers that like to push the boundaries creatively and technically with Moodle, mobile, Scorm, Captivate, Articulate, Photoshop and other key learning tools exposure and a proven understanding and experience of responsive, clean design.
    • Type: Part-time Contract
    • Location: Note this is a pro-bono to paid role
  • Support Engineer:  For the role based in Chicago the main duties will be to offer first line support for Webanywhere’s products: Moodle, Totara LMS and other e-learning solutions dedicated for our clients.
  • Moodle – Information Technology Analyst 2: Works with the academic community to ensure an effective Moodle implementation; maintains a current working knowledge of industry developments related to the Moodle LMS and generic LMS usage; coordinates second-tier end user system troubleshooting, including LMS-related help desk work orders, bug tracking, and application issues; coordinates and communicates system-related events with ITS support and campus communications personnel.
  • Moodle Developer: Under the supervision of a senior application developer:  Develop, install, test, implement, document and maintain state-of-the-art applications in support of the enterprise information needs of the university; maintain current knowledge of industry developments in technology affecting database and application development; contribute to the ongoing development and enhancement of the university’s LMS, including customized enhancements to be contributed back to the open source developer community; contribute to the development and maintenance of LMS interfaces with custom student information systems; assist training personnel in developing LMS-related curricula; perform miscellaneous tasks as directed by a project leader, manager, or director.
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