Once in the network, Queue's support team can help you create a compelling profile & portfolio to help increase your chances at getting a job.
Who is the supply contracting with? what are the contract outlines (responsibilities towards queue, confidentiality, IP transfer/assignment)?
You must complete Queue's screening process in order to be invited to join Queue's network.
It includes several steps, these include: a language and personality screening, an in-depth skill review, live screening, and test projects.
Queue is aiming to attract and source the best of the best. Hence why we're making sure that you have what it takes to be part of Queue's network. We wouldn't feel comfortable presenting a designer who has not passed our screening process.
It will vary depending on your skillset and availability. Expect that it takes around 2 weeks or more to complete.
You will have access to a board of jobs that matches your expertise and will be able to apply for it. Once we've approved your application, we will put you in contact with the client.
No. Queue does not use a bidding model.
Yes, depending on the size of the job.
No, clients are startups from all over the world.
If the project requires more than one freelancer, you might be working with other freelancers.
You work in your own terms, as long as there's no on-going project with a client.
The Queue community Discord channel can help connect you with experts across various skill types. It's here to help you grow your freelance skillset.
No. Queue does not provide visa sponsorship at this time.