Firstbird - Backend Software Engineer (m/f)

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Firstbird - Backend Software Engineer (m/f)

Post by morgenhund » Thu Jul 21, 2016 10:44 am

Job ad: https://firstbird.1brd.com/job/aba99706 ... b4690a19cc

Software Engineer, Backend (M/F)

Description

Who we are

Firstbird is the leading provider of employee referral platforms in the German-speaking region and the first free cloud-based recruiting solution for network marketing worldwide. Firstbird was chosen from 500 international startups for the Accelerator Program of Microsoft Ventures in Berlin.

Our offer

Impact

You will be given the chance to shape the future of a growing startup that has set it’s path to change the future of the job market.

Autonomy

Based on our microservices architecture, our dev team and you will own the code, and decide on the technologies and tools to deliver our application.

Ownership

Our dev team and you take ownership for the whole development cycle - from architecture design to testing to implementation and maintenance.

Excellence

You will join a team that is dedicated to delivering the highest standards when it comes to the quality of your code and implementation. You will add value by leveraging current trends in software design, architecture and web services.

Salary

Depending on your experience and qualification we offer you a minimum salary of 2.800,- EUR gross per month.

What we are looking for

Skilled. In working with Java or Scala and relational as well as NoSQL databases.

Courageous. In taking ownership and being accountable for the results of your decisions.

Motivated. In making a positive impact on our engineering culture and encouraging knowledge sharing.

Technology Stack
•Java/Scala
•Akka
•Spring
•AngularJS
•PostgreSQL
•MongoDB


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