Want to work in a stimulating start-up environment, with a product that is the first of its kind? Looking for something with more flexible remote working options, but also a friendly and social culture?
You’d get to work closely with companies that are building futuristic concepts, so if you’ve got a deep understanding of engineering, data, and mathematics and are interested complex hardware such as – rockets, airplanes, satellites, and cars – this could be the perfect place for you.
What’s in it for you?
You’ll get a salary of up to 65,000 Euros, flexibility to work on a remote basis anywhere in Europe (though they have a sociable office in Lisbon, with a commuting budget, if you prefer), as well as generous stock options. You will be given an individual budget to set up your own workstation along with a learning budget for your self-development.
In terms of career progression, there’s no red tape blocking your way, you’ll have the freedom to move up within the company along your journey whilst making a strong impact on the product along the way.
On top of the above, you would have more benefits such as; health insurance, regular socials, as well as a yearly company retreat!
What you’d be doing?
You’d be joining their software development team – this currently numbers around 10 people and consists of a DevOps Engineer, QA engineer, along with Frontend and Backend Engineers.
Here you will set the direction for all the backend engineering of their product and focus on building new features and architecture, as well as maintaining, improving, and scaling existing ones along the whole software development lifecycle.
Their backend in its core is a Python (Django) application. It is a huge code base, where you will be manipulating/migrating data, and working with complex mathematical formulas, matrix calculations, and unit conversions. You’d need to have a computer science background or a deep understanding of mathematics – along with 2-3 years of experience with Django applications.
On the frontend they use Angular and Typescript, which feeds into a backend made up of microservices architecture, here Docker is utilised to containerise everything, whilst being deployed on AWS.
A bit about them?
This software company has developed a modern, browser-based productivity tool for engineering teams that allows for the easy sharing of up-to-date dynamic data. Designed by engineers for engineers, it seamlessly integrates into existing tool landscapes and enables team collaboration on all aspects of the engineering lifecycle, from requirements management to automated verification. It is essentially the GitHub for hardware, allowing product-developing companies to move from waterfall to agile hardware development. Their software is used by companies building complex hardware, with the aim of empowering engineers to faster craft the products that help propel humanity forward.
Note: To apply for this position you must already have the right to work in the EU.
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