Are you a backend developer who likes to work on complex projects? Who thinks sharing knowledge is the secret to success? And do you want to help thousands of consumers make better shopping decisions every single day? If so, read on. Prisjakt is currently looking for a backend developer to join our Krakow office (also the place crowned Poland's best workplace 2019, just sayin).
As our new backend developer, you will be involved in building data-intensive services that will deliver up to date information to our users.
You’re so much more than the code you write
To succeed in this role it’s important that you like to put different perspectives into account and cooperate with colleagues and stakeholders to get the best results. You would definitely consider yourself more of a multiplayer than one doing solo playthroughs and you strongly believe that the best solutions are the ones you find and build together - as a team.
What is important is what you know, not how you learned
At Prisjakt we know that knowledge and expertise is something you can get in many different ways. It’s not really important to us if you are self-thought or have a master's degree. What is important is what knowledge you bring with you. To really thrive in this role we think your must-haves are:
- Very good knowledge of at least one of the following programming languages: Python, Scala, Java, Node
- Good experience with at least one cloud platform: AWS, Azure, GCP (GCP is preferred)
- Practical knowledge of Kafka or other message streaming systems
- You like building things right rather than fast and you know how to test your code
- Your English is on point
Nice to haves
- Gitlab CI/CD
- Kubernetes & Docker
- Snackar du svenska är det en bonus
Come as you are
You don’t need a job persona when working at Prisjakt. Our single dearest principle is that you remain yourself. We’ve made it our mission to make you feel excited about Mondays and at the same time make it easier for you to manage the hassle of everyday life.
Still not entirely convinced? Scroll through Prisjakt Culture book (http://bit.ly/2fPgXeB) if you like it - you’ll definitely like us.