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Tips for Hiring eCommerce developers

As online shopping becomes increasingly popular, businesses are turning to eCommerce developers to help create digital marketplaces and build outstanding customer experiences. So it's no surprise there is a high demand for developers who specialize in eCommerce development. If your business is looking to hire eCommerce developers, finding experienced professionals with the right skills, experience, and expertise is crucial. However, challenges are associated with finding and hiring these professionals, such as limited access to potential candidates, the cost of salaries and benefits, and finding developers with expertise in specific eCommerce platforms.

This article will provide an overview of eCommerce development, how to write a job description for eCommerce developers, the salary range for these professionals, and how Revelo can help you source top-tier talent.

What Is eCommerce Development?

eCommerce development is software development that focuses on creating digital marketplaces and customer experiences, such as online stores, checkout processes, product catalogs, payment systems, and more. It’s used to develop the digital infrastructure that supports online shopping experiences and custom features or integrations with other systems.

The following are some examples of projects that may require eCommerce development:

  • Creating a store for an online retailer
  • Setting up a payment system for a subscription service
  • Developing a checkout process for an auction site
  • Integrating a CRM system with an online store
  • Building custom features for a shopping cart

What Does an eCommerce Developer Do?

Before you hire eCommerce developers for your project, it’s important to understand what their daily tasks might look like. While some tasks are universal, the specific duties of an eCommerce developer may vary depending on their level of experience and expertise. They are generally responsible for designing, developing, testing, and maintaining digital marketplaces and customer experiences.

Here are the tasks you may expect your eCommerce developers to do once hired:

  • Design the user interface and user experience for an eCommerce website or application
  • Develop code to integrate with other systems, such as payment processors or CRMs
  • Test and debug code for functionality, performance, and compatibility
  • Maintain existing eCommerce websites or applications by fixing bugs and making improvements
  • Develop custom features and functionality for an eCommerce website or application
  • Work with project managers and other stakeholders to ensure the success of a project

eCommerce Developer Salary

Based on figures from Glassdoor, the average salary for a mid-level eCommerce developer with four to six years of experience in the U.S. is approximately $90,051 per year. However, this may change based on the location and industry, so it’s important to research your area's salaries before determining an appropriate salary range.

Latin American eCommerce developers possess similar skills, but due to their countries' lower cost of living, they typically earn 30% to 50% less than eCommerce developers in the U.S. The salary varies depending on the developer’s experience and location. Revelo offers a cost-effective solution for hiring top-talent developers.

How to Write a Job Description for eCommerce Developers

A well-written job description is the foundation of a successful hiring process. It should be concise, clear, and detailed enough to attract the best talent while conveying your company’s values, mission, and culture. Before writing one, determine the experience and expertise you need for the position. To do this, consider the project's complexity, the size of your team, and the tasks involved. For instance, if your project requires advanced technical expertise, you may want to hire a senior developer with five or more years of experience.

Once you’ve determined the level of experience and expertise, ensure you include the following information in the job description:

  • A brief overview of the company and the role: Include a description of your company, its mission and values, and an overview of the position you’re hiring for. For instance, you could say, “We’re a vibrant and fast-growing eCommerce agency looking to hire an experienced eCommerce developer who can help us create digital marketplaces and customer experiences that stand out from the competition.”
  • A detailed description of the job duties and responsibilities: This should include a list of specific tasks and responsibilities, such as designing user interfaces, developing code, testing and debugging code, maintaining existing websites or applications, and creating custom features.
  • A list of required qualifications or experience: Specify the qualifications or experience needed for the role, such as specific programming languages or eCommerce platforms. An eCommerce developer should typically have experience with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript and knowledge of eCommerce platforms like Magento or Shopify.
  • A detailed list of preferred skills: Include a list of technical and soft skills necessary for the role, such as coding, problem-solving, communication, attention to detail, etc.
  • The salary range and benefits: Include a competitive salary range for your required experience and expertise. You should also include any additional benefits you’re offering, such as health insurance and vacation.

Interview Questions for eCommerce Developers

Once you've shortlisted potential candidates, it's important to have a list of interview questions to help you identify the most suitable candidate for the role. After all, as an employer, you need to ensure that the individual you hire is technically competent and culturally fit for your team. Below are some questions to consider when interviewing eCommerce developers.

What challenges have you faced while developing eCommerce websites or applications?

This question will provide insight into the candidate's problem-solving skills and ability to think independently. The answer will also give you a better understanding of the candidate's experience and how they handle difficult situations.

How have you used data to improve customer experiences?

This question will indicate how well the candidate understands data and analytics and how they can use it to improve customer experiences. The candidate should explain that they use data to find trends and insights, identify areas of improvement, and make informed decisions.

What tools and technologies do you use for eCommerce development?

This question will help you understand the candidate's technical knowledge and expertise in eCommerce development. They should mention tools, frameworks, and technologies they are familiar with, such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, Magento, Shopify, or WooCommerce.

Why Hire eCommerce Developers With Revelo?

Finding experienced and qualified eCommerce developers can be difficult if you have limited time and resources. Revelo can help. We provide access to an extensive pool of pre-vetted Latin American developers with the skills, experience, and expertise you need. Our rigorous vetting process ensures you get the right professionals for your project without sacrificing quality or waiting weeks to find talent.

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Is there a free trial period for hiring
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developers
through Revelo?

Yes, if for any reason you find the developer you hire isn't a good fit within the first 14 days - you pay nothing or we can find you a replacement at no additional cost.

How are Revelo
eCommerce
 
developers
different?
Revelo offers full-time remote
eCommerce
 
developers
who share or highly overlap with your work day. You get world-class
eCommerce
 
developers
in Latin America who speak English and are vetted on soft and technical skills. All
developers
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How do I hire
eCommerce
 
developers

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