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YouTube replacement Rumble is growing fast and hiring

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After recently securing investment from billionaire investor Peter Thiel and best selling author JD Vance, free speech video sharing platform Rumble is continuing to scale up its business by listing a series of new job openings.

Rumble is hiring for eight specific roles and will be adding more comprehensive job descriptions soon. The currently listed roles are:

  • Senior Android Developers
  • Senior PHP Developers
  • Senior Frontend Developers
  • Senior Backend PHP Developers
  • Project Manager
  • Data / AI (Python)
  • Linux Server Admins
  • Many different Marketing positions/roles

Rumble says that the positions are currently remote but will eventually require relocation to one of its offices in the US or Canada.

The company is asking anyone that wants to apply to send a cover letter for the position they’re looking for and a resume/CV to [email protected].

Rumble is also open to applications from those who could help the company but don’t feel like the listed jobs are the right fit for them.

The video sharing platform notes that some of the main reasons its existing team loves working at Rumble are the company’s “significant financial impact” in the video creator company, the way it fights against the “big guys,” its openness to trying new things, its competitive salaries, and the benefits it provides.

The announcement of these job openings follows Rumble’s recent announcement that it had its best ever quarter in Q1 2021 with 4.5 billion minutes of watch time – a 24x increase since Q3 2020.

This growth has been fueled by Rumble’s support of free speech, creator-friendly attitude, investment in infrastructure and new services, and rollout of new features.

As its biggest competitor, YouTube, and other Big Tech platforms continue to ramp up their censorship, Rumble has attracted millions of views by hosting some of these censored videos which include former President Trump’s interviews with political commentator and Rumble investor Dan Bongino and producer and host Lara Trump.

The video sharing platform has also welcomed several high profile creators in recent months including former Deputy Assistant to President Trump Sebastian Gorka, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, and comedian Steven Crowder.

As these creators and viewers flock to the platform, Rumble has deployed its live streaming feature and also has several other features in the pipeline for 2021 including playlists, and an improved monetization system.

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