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October 14th, 2020

Women Who Code is a job board and career resource for female tech professionals around the world. With a database of more than 160,000 members in the US, employers are able to connect with women coders operating at each level of the industry.

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Plan Name

Pricing Option

1 Job Post Per Month

$199.00 /mo.

2 Job Posts Per Month (+ 2 social boosts)

$629.00 /mo.

5 Job Posts Per Month (+5 social boosts)

$1,299.00 /mo.

How to Post a Job on Women Who Code:

  1. Select "Job Board" and then "Post a Job" on the menu bar.
  2. Purchase job credits by choosing a one-time website post or a monthly subscription plan.
  3. If you are already a member, go to your dashboard and click "Post a Job."

Key Information Table:


Alaina Percival




San Francisco, CA


Alaina Percival

Number of Employees


Phone Number

Message only


44 Tehama St, 5th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94105



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How can I create a Women Who Code account?

Click "Sign Up" in the top right corner of the homepage and complete the online form.

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How much does it cost to post a job on Women Who Code?

Pricing varies from $199.00 per month for 1 job post to $1,299.00 per month for 5 job posts.

See our pricing guide.

How can I edit a Women Who Code job posting?

From your dashboard, select the job you would like to edit under My Jobs and update your post.

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How long does my job post stay on the Women Who Code job board?

Your job posting will stay live for 30 days from the date of posting, after which it will expire.

See our guide to Women Who Code for more information.

Will Women Who Code refund me for an early cancellation of my job post?

No, unfortunately early cancellations of job posts before the 30-day expiry period do not qualify for any refunds.

Does Women Who Code offer assistance in promoting my job posts?

Yes, they offer additional marketing of your job posts in the form of a Social Boost where they promote your job post on their community forum and Twitter page. They recommend 1 Social Boost per job posted.

For additional ways to boost your job posts on social media, you can check out our guide to social media recruiting and Facebook recruiting.

Are there any restrictions when I post a job on Women Who Code?

Yes, Women Who Code regulates the type of content in your job post that may discourage applicants from applying. Women Who Code reserves the right to edit and/or change your original job post to match the Women Who Code community.

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How do I delete my job post from Women Who Code?

You need to email companies@womenwhocode.com to request the removal of your job post.

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How does Women Who Code bill me for my subscription?

All subscriptions at Women Who Code are billed automatically, unless otherwise specified in writing. The payment method will be the original method that you chose upon subscription.

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