Are you a Senior Full-Stack Developer with the experience, passion and skills needed to create delightful digital products?
We are looking for people who know their stuff, who are passionate about it and want to learn more - not just a person for a specific position. We want this person to be involved in communicating with the clients and we want them to have a say on how something should look and work. Whether you prefer frontend, backend, or full-stack, doesn’t really matter as long as building usable digital services is your thing. As a Senior, you would be responsible for being a hands on lead developer in projects, you might be coaching others to learn more and you will definitely be constantly learning new technologies yourself.
The position will be in our project office in Stuttgart with some traveling to our Munich office.
Does this sound like you? Then read on.
You know what it takes to have your client talk with a back-end over a REST API, and even create one when needed. You set up microservices and backends with e.g. Node.js, scala or python. Web applications, you love to create them, to you a browser is not just a rendering tool, it’s your medium of choice. You know how to build a smooth single-page app from the ground up in e.g. React, Angular, or Vue. You're no stranger to HTML and CSS, or looking up DOM elements and setting breakpoints in Chrome's DevTools. You know how to minify, bundle, and get your code running on e.g. Heroku. You are proficient in German and English.
You like to keep yourself up-to-date on the latest happenings in the web development scene. You've probably come across technologies such as Redux, Elm, TypeScript, RxJS, Cycle.js, Purescript or Clojure. Maybe you've even tried running your app on React Native to see how it compares to the web. You can appreciate high-quality web craftsmanship, good open-source libraries and tools and might have published a Node module or contributed to one.
You don't mind some traveling, especially during the onboarding phase to our Munich office.
Here’s what Futurice boils down to: freedom and responsibility. Those are the two most important things on offer here, as far as your quality of life goes. You’ll be given freedom to make your life here as rewarding as possible and to do things your way. You’ll be expected to take responsibility for your own work and how the company as a whole operates. And you’ll be heard. We value everyone’s input into how the company is run.
Experiment. Try new things. Drive what you are passionate about. Fail interestingly, succeed spectacularly. These are the sort of things we’ll give you a lot of leeway to do.
We’re growing and changing as a company, so we want you to grow as a person and professional, too. We don’t want to stick you in a tightly prescribed role and say, “Stay!”. Whenever you need support, we’ll do all we can to help you move in the direction you want. At Futurice you’ll work side by side with world-class experts from other fields. We don’t build silos for tech, design and advisory.
We have offices in four different countries, with employees of more than 30 nationalities. We work with major international corporations and build services used by millions of their customers in work and leisure. We have a social responsibility program that you can give back to the community through, too. Would you like to come and help us? You’ll get a lot out of it yourself, too.
Please send your application with evidence of your skills and motivation.
Futurice is a new breed of innovation consultancy that has digital values at its core. We inject life into digital solutions by designing innovative mobile apps and online software – all with a focus on user experience and interaction. We believe that the winning recipe for digital projects is happy people, happy customers, and happy users. Our customers span financial services, media, automotive and energy, amongst others.
Founded in 2000 we are over 400-strong and growing. A Finnish company, our HQ is in Helsinki and we have offices in Tampere, Stockholm, London, Berlin and Munich. For more information, visit www.futurice.com.