To this http://bit-post.com/remote-jobs-in-bitcoin-companies/ you might want to add Bitshares. The Bitshares blockchain employs around 25 professionals, among them are developers, designers, business developers and video producers.
Are you familiar with how the hiring process works?
We'll be glad to add info about Bitshares open positions. Are these jobs remote? This is an important question, as the article focuses mainly on jobs people can do regardless of their location.
To be a delegate, what you must do is convince the bitshares stakeholders to vote for your delegate campaign with their BTS. There's a delegate sub forum here with proposals you can read.
101 delegates that have the most stake voting for them are the set of active delegates. Each delegate can set a pay rate; this is the percent of the block reward (50 BTS max) they receive each time their delegate node signs a valid block.
So it's a job position a developer, marketer, or budding entrepreneur might be voted into based on their merits and execution of ideas. The pay is in terms of equity, and the payment distribution occurs directly through the bitshares protocol. Often times a delegate won't need to have the technical knowhow to maintain their delegate server; many collaborate with IT / Linux specialists to handle that side of the equation.
So to answer your question, you can work remotely from anywhere and become a bitshares delegate if the voting community supports your proposal.