Clojure Jobs Resources

So you want to know who's using Clojure and where to find jobs? You've come to the right place.

Select industries using Clojure

These are just a few of the industries where you can find Clojure being used.

  • Banking
  • Finance
  • High Frequency Trading
  • Health Care
  • Social Media
  • Education
  • E-Commerce
  • Gaming
  • Telecommunications
  • Cloud Computing and Big Data
  • Farming
  • Legal documents

Large companies

These are some of the larger companies you may have heard of using Clojure. For a bigger list, see the Clojure Companies page on the Clojure community site.

  • Google
  • Facebook
  • Amazon
  • Monsanto
  • PayPal
  • CircleCI
  • Walmart
  • Deutsche Bank
  • eBay
  • Gracenote
  • Heroku
  • J. Crew
  • LivingSocial
  • Oracle
  • OpenTable
  • Staples
  • Consumer Reports

Job Listings

Looking for a job? Here are some places that concentrate Clojure jobs.

Brave Clojure Jobs

Brave Clojure hosts a job board specifically for Clojure jobs. It's well-regarded in the community, so a lot of great jobs are there.

Visit Brave Clojure Jobs.

Jobs on ClojureDocs

ClojureDocs is an amazing resource for looking up functions in Clojure. And now they have jobs!

Visit Clojure Jobs on ClojureDocs.

#jobs channel on Clojurians Slack

If you're not part of the Clojurians Slack, you should be. It's a great place to socialize, but also for getting answers to questions. There are channels for just about every popular library and Clojure-related topic. If you're looking for a job, there are channels about getting jobs.

Sign up for a free account and check out the following channels:

Jobs at Clojurecademy

Clojurecademy has a job section.

Visit the Clojurecademy Jobs section.

Jobs at Functional Works

Functional Works is a recruiting firm that specializes in functional programming. They list jobs in many languages, including Clojure. They have a newsletter, they run meetups, and are generally active in the functional world.

Visit Functional Works and search for "Clojure".

Functional Jobs

Functional Jobs is a job board listing functional jobs in a variety of languages.

Visit Functional Jobs.

Clojure Startup Jobs at AngelList

AngelList has a list of jobs at startup companies that use Clojure.

Visit AngelList.

Clojure Jobs at Remote OK

Looking to work from home? Check out these remote jobs.

Visit Remote OK.

Hacker News' Who is Hiring?

Every month, someone creates a post on Hacker News for people to add job listings in the comments. It's not easy to link to, since it's a new post every month. This is how I find the current one for each month.

  1. Using Google, search for "hacker news who is hiring {month} {year}". For example: "hacker news who is hiring september 2016"
  2. It's usually the first result, so click it.
  3. Using the browser's in-page search (usually Ctrl-F or Cmd-F), search for "Clojure"

Stack Overflow Jobs

Stack Overflow has a jobs board. Here are the Clojure jobs.

Visit Stack Overflow Jobs.

We Work Remotely

Remote-friendly jobs.

Visit We Work Remotely Clojure search.


Indeed is your traditional job board. There are many Clojure jobs.

Visit indeed.

GitHub Jobs

GitHub Jobs is a job board. Sometimes they have Clojure jobs.

Visit GitHub Jobs.

The Muse Jobs

The Muse is a site all about helping you with your career. Their job board often has Clojure jobs.

Visit The Muse Jobs.


StartUpHire lets you search jobs at startups. Many are using Clojure!!

Visit StartUpHire and search "Clojure".


flexjobs is a job board specializing in remote and other flexible jobs. This is often important if there aren't Clojure jobs in your area.

Visit flexjobs.

Clojure Consultants

If you would like to do consulting in Clojure, there is a list you can get on.

Visit Clojure Consultants.

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