Looking for a job in the Linux space? Now is your chance! CodeWeavers, the company that sponsors development on the Wine compatibility layer and works with Valve on Steam Play Proton are hiring again.
Similar to one they offered before is a "General Wine Developer". This position needs a programmer to hack away on open source to improve Wine's ability to run games and all sorts of other software. CodeWeavers say there's multiple positions available here between working on their own CrossOver UI, Proton for Valve and various other CodeWeavers' stuff. One of the key points though is you cannot have had exposure to Microsoft code or reverse-engineering of Microsoft software, as everything Wine related has to be totally clean-room. This is a remote position, so you can work anywhere.
Don't have coding skillz? Neither do I! However, there's a job for you too. They're also now seeking a Quality Assurance Analyst, basically a "Linux gaming tester" as they say. Sounds like quite a fun role too. Who wouldn't want to get to play games and get paid for it? CodeWeavers say the role is "wide and varied role that includes testing games for multiple projects, crafting testing strategies and managing bugs from discovery to release". This is a local position, you need to be able to commute to their Saint Paul, Minnesota office.
You can check out the jobs on their official site.