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Job offered: Moodle User Password Requirement Turned Back On

Type: Contract
Location: Remote

Are there any Moodle coders out there who have experience working with Moodle + WooCommerce Integrations, and do not charge $500 an hour?!?!?. The only person I know who is really good with the coding and always gets the job done correctly, charges me no less than $800 per job, even for a small one night job.

 

I currently have a small job I need done and I'm tired of paying this guy what he thinks he deserves...I'm sorry but spending three hours on a project doesn't entitle you to hundreds and hundreds of dollars...maybe if you're working for a huge corporation, they can afford to pay you that kind of money. But I can't afford that. I run a small online business that brings in income, but not millions of dollars per year.  <br> 

 

If anyone is out there reading this and is experienced with Moodle and Wordpress/WooCommerce/VPS/DigitalOcean type of work, and wants to come on to my companies team as our coder/web developer working with us on small - medium sized projects through out the year, please do contact me. I'm talking once every couple of months, this is not a full time job or even a part time job.

This is just me having someone I can contact when I need some work done here and there throughout the year.


I know I'm complaining about coders charging too much, but that doesn't mean I'm some cheap business guy who won't pay more than minimum wage....that's not what I'm saying at all. I respect coders and the work they do, and I believe they should be paid fairly for the work they do. Currently, I can afford about $35 an hour for your time. Currently I have a job that I need done, and I'd expect it to be about 3-4 hours to complete at max. That's $140 dollars in your pocket for 3-4 hours of your time. Am I being cheap and expecting too much? If I am, well then I don't know what to say, but last I remembered, $30-$40 an hour was a damn good paying job, especially for a job that demands zero physical labor.

My company is in desperate need of someone to do our coding/web development. If you think you could be that person, you WILL be taken care of while working for

me.   

 

- I will pay anywhere from $30 - $40 an hour, we can negotiate a price.

 

- I will always be crystal clear in communicating what I need done, and when I need it done by.

 

- I will not rush you, I will not talk down to you, I will not disrespect you.

 

- I will refer you to other business associates when they are in need of a coder

 

- I'll even send you a Christmas bonus every year (seriously)

 

As of right now I need a small job done to my moodle site, probably 3-4 hours of work if I had to guess. This would be a good start to see if I can find someone who really knows what they are doing.

Qualities I'm looking for include:

 

1. Experienced with Moodle + WooCommerce/Wordpress integration type of coding

 

2. Does honest work, does not do half ass work. In other words, you do things by the book and do not take shortcuts or make "temporary" fixes. When something is broke, you find out what caused it and fix the root of the problem, don't just patch it up so it works temporarily, fix it correctly so it works forever and doesn't break again.

 

3. Adheres to schedule. I'm not ever going to rush you, I understand everyone has their own life and things they have to do, but if I need something done in a week, I would expect it to be done in a week. If you know that you'll need more time, then tell me beforehand, don't take the job if you know you won't be able to have it completed in time. I'll be fair and honest with you if you're fair and honest with me.

 

As of right now I need a small job done to my moodle site, probably 3-4 hours of work if I had to guess. This would be a good start to see if I can find someone who really knows what they are doing.contact me and tell me everything you think I want to hear because you want me to hire you. If you ask me to hire you and you end up breaking the entire website, that will result in me losing money, losing customers, getting bad reviews, and potentially losing my license to sell the type of courses I sell. So if that happens, trust me when I say this, there will be refunds and disputes. Don't be a shitty person, the world is full of them enough as it is. So just don't even let that happen, if you're not a good coder and don't know what you're doing, just don't even respond to this post or contact me directly, it'll be a waste of time for both of us.


Apologies for rambling this long. Thank you for taking the time to read this, and if you are interested please contact me via email at mptarr@gmail.com. Looking forward to hearing back from someone, take care everyone.


- Hayden


Entry added by Michael T - Saturday, 12 May 2018, 10:03 PM
Last updated - Saturday, 12 May 2018, 10:03 PM
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