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RebelMouse Recruiting Services


How It Works

Our recruiting team can help find the talent your company needs, whether it's specific to your location or someone remote. We'll go through our own processes of elimination and provide you with finalist candidates to interview.

After the interviewing process is complete and you've chosen your candidate, we also take care of their onboarding and technical training to fill in the gaps on what they need to be successful with your company.


The positions we recruit for align with the services we offer, which you can purchase from RebelMouse on an hourly or retainer basis. We know how important it is for you to have the right person on your team, and we can help find the right people because we know the attributes it takes to succeed in the digital publishing and new media landscape.

Positions We Recruit

Front End Developer: A person that's able to take any description or design and use it to customize your RebelMouse site.

Project Manager: A person that's able to manage a complex product, work with your internal teams to make decisions, and keep projects coordinated efficiently with your external partners.

Data Analyst: A person that's able to analyze performance, conversions, and ad traffic. They can identify key trends and send summary reports to your team or clients.

Creator/Writer: A person that's able to write and curate content designed to build traffic. They have an understanding of how social and SEO work together to build traffic with every publish.

Video Editor: A person able to create and edit video designed to work for both site and social audiences.

Social Media Expert: A person that uses a deep understanding of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other relevant platforms to create more reach and engagement.

SEO Analyst: A person able to analyze key trends and utilize RebelMouse search technology to boost SEO performance.

Motherly, powered by RebelMouse, hired their first Digital Product Manager through our recruiting services. Read more about how we helped Motherly grow here.

Hours Estimate

Job Post Creation and Distribution

  • We use our own networks to recruit and distribute job postings. In addition, we manage the postings of the job to the right places. (10 hours)
  • Premium Placement: If you have additional budget, your listing will be posted in RebelMouse-preferred networks, such as PowerToFly and Stack Overflow. (10 hours)

Recruiting, Interviewing, and Filtering Candidates

  • We can recruit, interview, and vet candidates for you. Each Round: (20 hours)
  • Each round provides you with two solid candidates.

Training Period

First month includes quality assistance support and code reviews. (25 hours)

Want us to find you the right person for your brand or new media company? Request a proposal today and let's get started.

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One of the major reasons we're able to maintain a lean tech environment is thanks to our approach to quality assurance (QA). We make updates to our platform daily to ensure our clients always have access to the most robust, high-performing, and secure version of our platform. Behind the scenes, this means having a solid QA structure that's efficient, creates less bugs, and catches the ones that do pop up before they go live. It's a system of checks and balances that's hard and costly to replicate on a custom CMS. Here's a glimpse into how it works.

Our Tech Stack Toolbox

  • Cucumber
  • Java
  • Junit
  • Maven
  • Selenium WebDriver
  • TeamCity
  • Zalenium (Selenium Grid)

Our Checks and Balances Workflow

Automated Regression Testing Cycle

The Lifecycle of a Product Update

When an update is first made to RebelMouse, TeamCity immediately triggers the start of automated tests to review integrity.

TeamCity Build

TeamCity Agent

The tests run in parallel on TeamCity's Build Agent. Next, Zalenium creates docker containers with browsers that matches the count of parallel threads. An Allure report is then generated from the test results, which shows the state of the application after the update.

Allure Report Pass

If a test doesn't complete successfully, the testing framework receives a video with a failed test and attaches it to the Allure report.

Allure Report Issue

Based on the report analysis, a QA specialist will create a "bug" ticket in our product management software to address the issue if needed. Then, information about the bug is immediately sent to the project manager and we begin the process of correcting the problem.

The media powerhouses we power can publish with confidence knowing that any product issues that arise are met with a tried-and-true process to fix the problem with little-to-no disturbance to their workflow. If you have any questions about this process, please email support@rebelmouse.com.

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