Refer a Software Developer and Earn $2,500 in Logos Credit

The number-one obstacle to improving Faithlife software is a shortage of awesome software developers. And they may be hiding in your church, school, or neighborhood.

We need your help to find them—and we’ll pay you for it!

Refer a software developer to Faithlife, and if we hire them, we’ll give you a $2,500 Logos credit.*

Awesome software developers enjoy working for awesome companies. But the best developers often aren’t looking for a job, so they need someone like you to tell them about a better opportunity. Great technical minds prefer working at companies with strong technical leadership and talented peers, and where they write code with a purpose. They also prefer working at companies heavy on fun and light on bureaucracy.

That’s Faithlife.

But we confess: we have high standards. We hire only a small percentage of candidates who apply. We believe that Bible study is the highest use of your computer and that the tools we develop to support it must be world-class. So we need the best and the brightest.

We are hiring software developers at our headquarters in Bellingham, Washington, as well as our satellite development office in Chandler, Arizona. New hires can choose their location. We are also open to remote for the right candidates.

Help these folks find their way to where they’ll learn Faithlife is a “Best Workplace” where we build great software. And remind them to mention your referral in their email to!

*One referral award per hire—to the first person to refer the person we hire. Disputes settled by asking the new hire.

Written by
Bob Pritchett

Bob Pritchett co-founded Faithlife (makers of Logos Bible Software) in 1992 and serves as President/CEO. Bob speaks regularly at industry conferences and to academic groups on entrepreneurship, electronic publishing and digital libraries. He is a 2005 winner of the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award, and was included in the Puget Sound Business Journal’s 40 Under 40. Bob lives with his wife Audra in Bellingham, Washington; they have two children.

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Written by Bob Pritchett