About JS Chimp
Like a job board, but no risk. Like a recruiter, but 60% less cost.
How we do this
- No upfront cost
- Search by skillset
- Unlimited messaging
- Pay only if you hire
- Zero fees for job & project leads.
- Relevant leads based on skillset.
Solving Company Pain Points
Problem Recruiters can be great. They spend time and money
reaching out to people and take that upfront risk cost even if you
don't hire anyone. However, if you do hire someone,
recruiters charge up to 30% (or more) of a new hire's salary.
Considering the average developer employment duration is a role
is 2.5 years, your company could be shelling out
$30K+ every few years just to place a new hire.
Solution We reduce the cost of hiring. See our pricing.
Problem While recruiters help, they often send candidates
that don't fit. My personal experience is about 60% of devs they
send over don't match the role. This can waste time setting up
irrelevant interviews, drag out the hiring process,
and distract from getting other work done.
Solution You take control of the process, filter by experience and tech stack, and message who you think would be a good fit.
Problem Regular job boards provide a great, inexpensive way to advertise
your position. However after factoring in multiple postings,
possibly paying for messages or job leads, and sometimes even
subscriptions it you're left with unkown final cost
with no guarantee of a viable hire.
Solution We give you risk-free access to devs and you pay 10% when you hire.
Solving Developer Pain Points
Problem As a developer, you get countless emails and phone
calls from recruiters with positions that don't match your skillset.
Problem Recruiters take a large chunk of your salary which
makes it dificult to negotiate for higher pay.
Solution We charge the company much less than a recruiter so you have more flexibility to work out your desired rate.
Problem Upwork and Fiverr provide access to work,
however their system...
1) forces a "race to the bottom" in terms of pay rate and
2) they take a chunk out of your pay after that.
Solution We follow a more traditional route of charging the company for hiring, rather than taking it out of your rate.
Problem Contract services might give you
steady work, however ...
1) you have to go through a vetting process and
2) you have no direct access to the company to negotiate your rate (example: they may charge the client $100 per hour, but you may only recieve $50 of that).
Solution We have no restrictions on who creates a developer profile and we provide one-to-one contact with the company once they reach out.
Frequently Asked Questions
For more details, take a look at our pricing page.
Creating a profile even if you're not currently looking, offers you exposure to future opportunities you may be interested in.
If any total client work meets or exceeds $2,000 USD, let us know as the client is required to pay a 10% placement fee for the total project work (see our pricing page).
• Also, we're the monkey that helps you find your next gig or next dev for your team.