Choose from a constant stream of top Ember.js jobs while staying flexible as a freelancer.

At Toptal, you get to work on complex Ember.js projects with top clients who understand the value of elite engineering talent. As a Toptaler, you can design your own schedule, get real-time help from a global community of experts, and enjoy top professional development opportunities.
Hiring Ember.js developers? Learn more about Toptal.

Why should you use Toptal to build your career?

At Toptal, you’ll always have plenty of opportunities available to grow personally and professionally. From working with cutting-edge technologies to getting real-time feedback from a global community of top developers, there are always options for creating value for yourself here.
  • Grow your career by working with top companies
    At Toptal, you’ll choose from projects with industry leaders like Airbnb and J.P. Morgan and learn cutting-edge technologies and skills.
  • Never worry about payments
    At Toptal, you set your own rate, always get paid on time, and never have to worry about negotiating with clients or competing with cheap, inexperienced developers.
  • Design your own lifestyle
    No offices, no useless meetings, and no mandatory hours. You choose your own availability and enjoy the freedom to work from wherever you want.
  • Learn from peers and take advanced technical courses
    Have a bug? Ping the Toptal Slack Community for real-time, on-demand support from a global network of top engineers. Want to learn a new skill? The Toptal Academy is designed to help you rapidly gain professional expertise in a new technology.
  • Get featured on the Toptal Engineering Blog
    With hundreds of thousands of subscribers, hundreds of advanced technical studies, and frequent syndication requests from top industry publications, publishing on the Toptal Engineering Blog is a unique chance to show off your top work to the best in the industry.
  • Speak at conferences and attend events
    Not only will you be able to attend Toptal Community events in cities all around the world, but as part of the Toptal Speakers Network, we’ll also help you attend leading conferences, submit papers, and prepare and deliver keynote speeches.

Meet members of the Toptal Ember.js community:

Danyil Velichko
Novosibirsk, Russia
Danyil is a talented web and Android developer capable of creating and improving complex applications. He enjoys contributing to projects with both technical solutions and creative ideas, and has created a variety of apps for small businesses and startups. Read more
Dustin Farris
New York, United States
Dustin has a burning desire to create new things, and he has boundless energy. He loves all aspects of modern development and treats his talents as art. From building scalable applications to managing complex datasets, his experience has taught him to always think outside the box. Read more
Mike Harris
New York, United States
Mike is an experienced freelance Ruby developer who also has real world experience in JavaScript, C#, C++, Java, and SQL. He has more than 10 years of experience in a wide variety of environments, including IT consulting, in-house web development/data architecture, and freelance contracting. Read more
Vasiliy Ruzanov
Saint-Petersburg, Russia
Vasiliy is an architect, multi-platform developer, UI designer, and entrepreneur. He's an all-in-one performer and perfectionist in a great way. With more than 14 years of experience in web programming and managing development teams, he's excited about the way the web is evolving and likes to be on the bleeding edge of modern technology. Read more
Graham Powrie
Portland, United States
Graham is a designer and developer focused on creating custom web applications that automate and improve business processes, while remaining flexible for iteration. He's a full-stack developer who can deliver a complete product from start to finish individually, or alongside a team. Read more
David Sevcik
London, United Kingdom
David is a talented full stack web developer with over five years of experience and an extensive knowledge of Ruby on Rails and Ember.js. He is comfortable working either as an individual developer or as a member of an international team spread across multiple countries. Read more
Diego Ballona
Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Diego is an entrepreneur, software engineer, and technology enthusiast. Over the past 7 years, he has worked in marketing, software architecture, systems administration, software engineering, front-end engineering, and product development. Read more

See 3 typical Ember.js jobs you’ll have access to at Toptal:

Top clients, ranging from industry-leaders to rapidly growing start-ups, use Toptal to hire elite Ember.js developers for their mission-critical jobs.
  • Ember.js Developer For Cross-Platform App
    Ember.js, PhoneGap, Cordova, Node.js, Firebase
    You will be working on building an application for iOS, Android, and web that allows users to perform the Occam’s Protocol workout system from The 4-Hour Body, by Tim Ferriss. We’re looking for someone with experience building single-page JavaScript applications with real-time data that feel native, and deploying those applications across iOS, Android, and web. An ideal candidate will have worked on a large project of this nature, like Slack.
  • Senior Developer To Work Directly With CTO
    REST, HTTP, HTML, JavaScript, Ruby on Rails, PostgreSQL
    We need a senior-level Ember.js engineer who will work directly with our CTO to fix bugs and develop new features on our web and API server. They will be responsible for leading independent projects, implementing new functionality, and integrating with a growing list of API partners. Candidates should be interested in solving complex problems and pragmatic enough to figure out what can be solved now and what should be saved for later. We are passionate about building things the right way, and you must have an innate desire to fix things that don’t seem right. You must have experience with automated testing, TDD, and writing software requirements as user stories for this position.
  • Ember.js Developer For Legal Technology Services
    JavaScript, Ember.js, Git, SQL, Linux, UX
    We perform complex legal, corporate, and criminal investigations, and we are expanding our technology services group. You will be architecting and building elegant web interfaces using Ember (CLI), jQuery, PHP, etc. You will ensure that the team is following best practices throughout our codebase through mentorship and code review. You will be expected to analyze requirements and contribute to the software and design specifications for complex projects, including finding and fixing bugs before our users do and writing and consuming APIs. You must have strong experience building JavaScript single-page applications.

Enjoy competitive, worry-free compensation.

At Toptal, you set your own rates and never have to spend time marketing yourself, billing clients, etc. Most Toptalers make substantially more through Toptal than they did at their previous jobs, and we’ll always pay you on time, even if clients have not yet paid us. Never worry about payments again.
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Design your own lifestyle.

At Toptal, you can choose your own schedule and work from anywhere in the world that has Internet. Whether you want to spend more time at home with your family or start traveling and work from exotic beaches, the choice is completely up to you. No offices, no mandatory hours, just complete freedom to work in the way that suits you best.

Join tech conferences, advanced skill development sessions, and more.

At Toptal, you’ll always have plenty of opportunities available to grow personally and professionally. From working with cutting-edge technologies to getting real-time feedback from a global community of top engineers, there are always options for creating value for yourself here.
27
Mar
New York
United States

During the Toptal Road Trip USA, we will be supporting tech communities all around the United States of America and organizing events. As part of that mission, we’re proud to be partnering with New York Pluralsight Study Group, a group of local developers who get together on a weekly basis to watch, discuss, and learn from Pluralsight’s vast library of training.

Their next meetup will take place on March 27th, starting tat 6:30 PM. The event will be a great way to meet the New York Pluralsight Study Group community, connect with Toptalers, meet some core team members who are in town for the Toptal Road Trip USA, and get answers to any questions you may have.

The event will take place at Microsoft. We kindly ask you to RSVP here for security purposes.

For more information on the event, please see the event website or contact the event organizer, Andre’ Barnes.

27
Mar
Eden, UT
United States

Toptal is proud to sponsor Destination Code, a tasteful unconference in the mountains of Utah covering such topics as code, hardware, design, and building products

The event, organized by Matt Keas, will have only a small group of speakers who will give talks and workshops in between the activities and events provided at Summit Powder Mountain.

A typical one- to three-day conference offers segmented, separated exposure to speakers and talent - around one to three hours’ worth of opportunity to listen to a speaker or workshop instructor. At Destination Code, though, thanks to our unique venue, programming, structure, and focus, the exposure and time spent with our incredible group of mentors and attendees total 48 hours over a four-day period.

If you would like to participate as a volunteer or a mentor, please reach out to Matt.

Please take a moment to spread the word, and join us in Eden, Utah between March 27th-30th, 2017! For a closer look, please see the website.

28
Mar
New York
United States

During the Toptal Road Trip USA, we will be supporting tech communities all around the United States of America and organizing events. As part of that mission, on March 28th, we’re proud to be partnering with WeWork to organize New York City Top Talks, lightning round presentations where speakers give a five-minute talk on a themed subject, then answer three minutes of Q&A.

New York City Top Talks will be taking place on Tuesday, March 28th at 6:00 PM EDT. Tuesday’s theme will be Productivity for Remote Workers, and there will be pizza and drinks served as well.

This event is free and open to anyone who is interested in Toptal. If you have any questions, please contact the event organizer, Ethan Brooks.

28
Mar
Porto Alegre
Brazil

Toptal supports developer communities all over the world and is proud to partner with the Porto Alegre WordPress Meetup for their next meetup.

Porto Alegre WordPress Meetup is a group of local WordPress developers, designers, and publishers who get together to share their knowledge and experience. Their next event will take place on March 28th, so if you happen to be in Porto Alegre that day, make sure to drop by, say hello, and meet some fellow Toptalers and other WordPress users in the area. If you’re not yet familiar with Toptal, this is the perfect place to find out more about it!

The event will take place at Atum Workstyle, starting at 7:30 PM. For more information, please see the event website or contact Rodrigo Donini.

Publish technical papers alongside Ember.js developers on the Toptal Engineering Blog.

The Toptal Engineering Blog features hundreds of thousands of subscribers, daily in-depth technical studies, and frequent syndication requests from leading publications across the tech industry. By joining, you’ll be able to publish on the Toptal Engineering Blog and show your top work off to a global audience of Ember.js developers.
Balint Erdi
Freelance Software Engineer
The 8 Most Common Mistakes that Ember.js Developers Make
Ember.js is a comprehensive framework for building complex client-side applications. But, as with any advanced framework, there are still pitfalls Ember developers may fall into. With the following post, I hope to provide a map to evade these. Let's jump right in!!
Pooyan Khosravy
Software Engineer
Ember Data: A Comprehensive Tutorial for the ember-data Library
Ember Data is a library for robustly managing model data in Ember.js applications. Ember Data provides a more flexible and streamlined development workflow, minimizing code churn in response to what would otherwise be high impact changes. This thorough guide introduces Ember Data's key constructs and paradigms, demonstrating the value it can provide to you as a developer.
Pooyan Khosravy
Software Engineer
Ember Data: A Comprehensive Tutorial for the ember-data Library
Ember Data is a library for robustly managing model data in Ember.js applications. Ember Data provides a more flexible and streamlined development workflow, minimizing code churn in response to what would otherwise be high impact changes. This thorough guide introduces Ember Data's key constructs and paradigms, demonstrating the value it can provide to you as a developer.
Balint Erdi
Freelance Ember Consultant
A Guide to Building Your First Ember.js App
As modern web applications do more and more on the client-side (the fact itself that we now refer to them as “web applications” as opposed to “web sites” is quite telling), there has been rising interest in client-side frameworks. There are a lot of players in this field but for applications with lots of functionality and many moving parts, two of them stand out in particular: Angular.js and Ember.js. Angular.js has already been introduced on this blog, so we're going to focus on Ember.js in this post, in which we'll build a simple Ember application to catalog your music collection. You'll be introduced to the framework's main building blocks and get a glimpse into its design principles.

Why do top Ember.js experts join Toptal?

Laureano Martin Arcanio
Web Developer
Córdoba, Argentina
Laureano is a senior web developer and designer, and is also one of the Toptal community's technical screeners. He has worked for large companies, and excels at providing quality, state of the art solutions. He is a perfectionist, and is an active source of help in Toptal's Ember.js community.
Toptal has been a game changer for me. I've gained so many new skills, experienced many different challenges, and been able to grow according to my own interests, not those of a large corporation. Toptal's Ember.js community is talented and collaborative. At Toptal, I've been able to build an offline Ember app wrapped inside Cordova and delivered for iOS, among many other great projects.
Bek Khaitbaev
JavaScript Developer
Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Bek started as an ActionScript developer creating animations and visual effects. He now applies the same knowledge and techniques to JavaScript. He is a master of several client-side MVC frameworks, and enjoys working on both client-side and server-side JavaScript.
I love using Ember, but in the past I've found it difficult to find companies that use the framework. With Toptal, there are always open Ember jobs for me to choose from. Our community is extremely vibrant, and is a great place to share ideas and help each other on Ember topics.
Mike Harris
Ember.js Developer
New York, United States
Mike is an experienced freelance Ember.js and Ruby developer who also has extensive experience in JavaScript, C#, C++, Java, and SQL. He has more than 10 years of experience in a wide variety of environments, including IT consulting, in-house web development/data architecture, and freelance contracting.
Before joining Toptal, I had just quit my job and was thinking of becoming a contractor, but didn't know how to go about it. I applied to Toptal after hearing about it on a podcast, and it's been everything I could have hoped for. I've been able to work with several great companies, and the best part is that I didn't have to search them out. Thanks to the team at Toptal, great opportunities have just fallen into my lap.

By joining Toptal, you’ll have full flexibility over which projects you choose and when you want to work.

Aside from enjoying the benefits of our amazing community, you’ll have full flexibility to accept or reject projects as you prefer. Whether you prefer to work full-time at Toptal or you’d rather just take on occasional hourly jobs, the choice is yours.