Backend Developer // Bamboo

Bamboo is looking for a Backend Developer

We’re growing our development team!

Bamboo is a Dublin based startup made up of an international team of customer-obsessed people. The team are focused on changing the way customers interact with their favourite cafes and restaurants. We’re on a mission to solve the problems around queueing, waiting, cash-handling, and workflows for both the food businesses and their customers.

Currently, we are an adaptable team of ten people with our minds set on generating additional business for our restaurants and cafes. We’re building an important business and fun product by deconstructing the problems in the food and beverage industry.

Our latest product (social group ordering) was spawned from our own team’s daily desire to eat socially together around the same table every lunch.

The team and founders take pride in Bamboo’s “no politics” inclusive approach to making decisions and building products. We keep an open line of communication for ideas and feedback, whether it’s internally from the team, one of our customers, or our daily team standup (used to celebrate yesterday’s successes and discuss failures and results as a team).

Your Mission

We’re looking for someone with the right experience and skills to help us build new backend features, and help design new experiences for customers and our restaurants.

The development team is currently a diverse group of developer generalists with a mix of specialities (Swift iOS, Java Android, React and more).

We usually work in sprints, with a strong peer-review and CI approach to releasing regularly (often more than twice a day).

For backend, we’re currently working mainly with Firebase Functions, NodeJS, and Typescript. The existing developers are all well versed in backend development, however, we’re looking for you to help us ship backend functionality even faster, working very closely together.

We’re keen on learning new things often. We care about the personal and professional development of our team and dedicate time to a mix of practical and community activities to up-skill ourselves.

Benefits

    • Become an early employee at a fast-growing, exciting startup with a massive vision
    • Work in the heart of Dublin’s financial district
    • Innovating and experimenting with the latest technologies, and interacting directly with customers
    • Compensated weekly lunches (choose between 100+ of our partnering stores)
    • Competitive salary

To Apply

Email our CTO – alan@bambooapp.ie  with a description of why you’d make a good fit at Bamboo, along with your CV and anything else relevant.

Mobile Games Programmer // Simteractive

Job Title – Programmer – Mobile Games

Job Location – Dublin, Ireland

Job Type – Permanent

Job Salary – Negotiable depending on experience

Simteractive is seeking a talented, experienced and enthusiastic Mobile Games Programmer to join their team and work on Eden Isle and future mobile games.

Responsibilities:

  • Implementation of new gameplay systems
  • Programming tasks across all areas of the game including AI, UI, GameSparks integration, Facebook integration, saving and loading systems, in-app purchases and in-game adverts
  • Implementation of character animations, effects and art assets
  • Optimisation, refactoring and bug fixing of existing game systems
  • Maintain a high level of code quality
  • Co-operate in the overall planning of projects
  • Evaluation of third-party tools
  • Technical design of new projects

Requirements:

  • 3+ years of relevant professional experience in a programming role including at least two shipped commercial titles, ideally for mobile or tablet
  • Excellent programming skills including knowledge of Unity3D and C#
  • Strong understanding of the challenges presented by mobile platforms
  • Confidence and experience with third-party tools such as GameSparks, Facebook API, NGUI, advertising, analytics and plugins
  • Great communication skills and ability to work well with all disciplines
  • Hard-working, focused, high degree of self-motivation and ability to solve problems independently
  • A strong personal interest in creating fantastic simulation games for mobile devices
  • A degree in computer science, game development or equivalent
  • Must be able to work in Ireland

We Offer:

  • Technical ownership of an entire project
  • Join a small, multicultural, friendly and dedicated team
  • Bright offices in the very centre of Dublin
  • A good work-life balance
  • A chance to join a company in a key role at a very exciting stage

How to Apply:

To apply, please email hello@simteractive.com with a cover letter and CV and your availability.

Experienced Python Developer // Hosted Graphite

Experienced Python Developer

Hosted Graphite is growing! We’re looking for an experienced software engineer to join us in Dublin. Our team is a mix of junior and senior developers, and we’re looking for someone with a few years of engineering experience who’d like a new challenge.

We hire for fit, not for a list of technical qualifications. We’ll give you a (long!) description of how things work around here, and if you think this is the sort of place you’d love to work, please apply! We aren’t matching you up against a checklist of skills — if you have a lot of experience with python and distributed systems but haven’t delved into the deep magic of Django, that’s okay. If subversion rather than git has previously been your jam, that’s not a dealbreaker. Let us know what you bring to the team, and we’ll see if there’s a fit.

What’s the story?

On the dev team, we design and build new services, dive deep into performance issues in our distributed systems, and fix the hairiest bugs.

We mostly work in Python – 2, but we’re pushing towards 3. Our frontend stuff uses plenty of Javascript, and there’s a sprinkling of Go and Erlang. We build most web services in Django or Flask, use MySQL for relational data, and deploy a lot of NoSQLy stuff where it makes sense: Redis, Memcache, Riak, and our in-house time-series database.

We have a big thing for distributed systems and fault-tolerant tech. It’s crucial that our services can survive the failure of a server or three. We work hard to give our SRE (Service Reliability Engineering) team good options for scaling services, diagnosing problems between them, and restoring them easily when they fail.

We have excellent tools for continuous integration, packaging, deployment, rollback, and application metrics/logs. We’ve put a lot of effort into our developer tools and it really pays off — we think nothing of a dozen deploys a day. Developers are responsible for their own deploys; our SRE colleagues are pretty hands-off when it comes to deploying changes, but are always willing to help when we’re unsure or when the tools aren’t doing what we expect.

We have hundreds of Linux servers running many services, all talking to each other over reliable and unreliable networks. We have a lot of opportunity to build and exercise knowledge of working with Linux, with different protocols, socket programming, handling common network error conditions, etc.

Our contributions are exercised by more than one hundred billion events every day. We always have to think about how something will perform, scale, and fail.

Testing is important to us; every developer is expected to write tests and to guide our development processes so we always produce stable, high quality software. We don’t consider writing tests to be optional, and the build fails if the code coverage drops!

We support our developer colleagues through discussions, advice, and code reviews.

We work closely with our SRE team to prepare new services for deployment.

When a tough problem is escalated to us by our colleagues in support, we work directly with customers to understand their issue, prioritize the problem, and get it resolved. We’re proud of the excellent support we provide.

In summary, we’re a small company who take a lot of pride in what we do and how we help each other do it.

Tools

  • Github for code hosting, code reviews, etc. Everything goes through a pull request and review process. We’re free to nominate whomever we think is best for a review, and comments are always constructive. ‘Bikeshedding’ is heavily discouraged.
  • CircleCI for continuous testing, and these builds generally produce the packages that end up getting deployed to production too.
  • Sentry for error-tracking, and the ELK stack for digging into logs from all the servers.
  • Staging servers for validating our changes in a near-production environment.
  • “Canary” deployments, so our changes see a small amount of real user traffic before we roll it out everywhere.
  • We heavily use our own service (hooray for dogfooding!) to monitor the service itself – metrics and measurement on everything!
  • Puppet, for managing configurations and the state of all the production systems. Config changes also go through Github and a review process!
  • Docker for containerising some applications.
  • Slack for team communication, “ChatOps” deployments, and control of infrastructure. This also supports a thriving emoji ecosystem that is arguably inextricable from our production architecture.

Philosophy

We offer a great deal of trust and support. We’re expected to take initiative, and we expect to do our best work here, but we don’t want to burn out in a couple of years either. We trust one another to make good decisions and to ask for a nudge or advice when we need it.

If you don’t look, act or feel like everyone else in the tech industry, you should know that diversity is important to us. We’ve written about it hereherehere and here. Our founder and CEO is particularly keen on this, so there’s support for diversity right from the top.

We’re serious about empowering developers to deploy early and often, and every new hire deploys something to production on their first day.

We don’t really care about your level of formal education, mathematical skill and so on. We want to see that you have relevant experience, that you have good attention to detail, an aptitude for learning new skills, and that you have empathy towards your team-mates and our customers.

Location and hours

Our office is in Dublin, Ireland and we’d like you to be based there. We have a bright, spacious office on South William St with views over the city centre and many good lunch and transport options nearby.

Our working hours are typically 1000-1800, but it varies by person. If we need to visit a doctor or wait at home for a package, that’s grand.

Once you’re settled in, you’ll have the opportunity to work from home regularly.

Compensation

  • A competitive salary, dependent on experience. Yeah yeah, weasel words, here are some real figures: we’re offering around €40k for someone with a few years of experience up to €70k for someone really experienced. It’s a rough figure, and it really depends on where you’d fit in our team.
  • 25 days of paid holiday. In addition, we usually get a few extra days off towards the end of December to smooth out those awkward days that no one really wants to save annual leave for.
  • Health insurance for you and your family, or if you don’t take that up, an equivalent “health” benefit like a gym membership. Up for discussion.
  • We provide a company laptop, typically a Macbook Air, but the brand/model is up for discussion.
  • Free coffee and snacks in the office!

Social

We run social events from time to time — we’ll occasionally do a free lunch thing, have a night out or an evening meal with the team. We often just get some cans in and chill on a Friday evening too, sometimes with board games or Mario Kart if we’re of a mind. We’ve had a few entire-company days out where we travel and go on a small adventure for a day, and we love hosting parties (sometimes with a BBQ!) on our penthouse terrace.

How to apply

To apply, please email jobs@hostedgraphite.com with your CV attached (PDF and TXT files strongly preferred, please) and tell us about yourself. Please tell us why the job is interesting for you, and why your skills and experience make you a good fit. There’s no recruitment company or keyword-filtering tech in between us mangling what you write, we read every application carefully and we’ll try to get back to you quickly.

Note for recruitment companies: We don’t work with recruiters, so please don’t contact us.

C++ Software Engineer // Soapbox Labs

SoapBox Labs is looking for a C++ Software Engineer to join our Engineering Team.

We are building speech recognition technology for children between the ages of 4 and 12, enabling device interactions for gaming, learning and communication. The SoapBox platform allows developers to incorporate our speech technology solutions into their digital apps, products, and web services.

The Opportunity

The right person for this role is someone who is motivated, has a deep interest in software, is keen to keep learning, and is passionate about building a great product. You will care about agility as much as scalability and availability. Continuous deployment keeps us focused on incremental releases. Even our biggest technical achievements roll out piece by piece. Projects are kept short and tightly scoped.

We currently leverage a wide variety of technologies covering the full stack of web development, including C/C++, Java, Python, Scala, Node.js, RDBMS, HTML5, Non-Blocking frameworks (Akka, Spray), RESTful API development, backend integration with in-house real-time speech recognition models and more.

Your Requirements

    • 3+ years experience developing commercial software in a collaborative environment
    • Expertise working with C/C++
    • Experience working with another language such as Scala, Java, Python, JavaScript or similar
    • Strong knowledge of Computer Science concepts
    • Experience working with container/virtual management and orchestration technology
    • In-depth knowledge in object-oriented design, data structures & algorithm design
    • Advanced knowledge of Debugging & Profiling techniques
    • Proven problem solving skills

Bonus Points

    • Knowledge of or exposure to speech related technologies, libraries and frameworks
    • Experience working with embedded devices
    • Experience working with Cloud Technologies (Azure, AWS)
    • Experience working in a DevOps environment
    • GitHub Portfolio

What We Offer

    • A competitive remuneration package (with stock options)
    • Unique opportunity to shape the future of children’s voice technology
    • Flexible working environment
    • Dublin 8 location in walking distance of Dublin City Center
    • The chance to be involved in groundbreaking solutions in tech industry’s next giant leap

Please apply via our link:

https://my.hirehive.io/soapbox-labs/jobs/38450/c-software-engineer-dublin

Last applications: Friday Nov 9th

Please attach your CV and a cover letter explaining why you are the right person for the role.

SoapBox Labs is an equal opportunities employer. We are committed to diversity in the workplace and we strive to reflect this in our company atmosphere and culture.

Unfortunately we cannot offer visa support for this role.

No recruiters required at this time thanks.

Software Development Engineer // VetDrive

Software Development Engineer

VetDrive
Limerick, Ireland
https://vetdrive.co

We are on a mission to build the world’s most advanced software to help with the delivery of patient care in Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals. The VetDrive product, is a cloud-based integrated solution comprising clinical record management, customer relationship management, inventory, event scheduling, accounting / financial management, and data analytics / business intelligence. Our data-driven approach enables Veterinary Practices to identify process improvements, drive higher sales, maintain full regulatory compliance, and most importantly to deliver outstanding quality of service to their customers.

We are a customer-focused, product-first company. Everything at VetDrive starts with our customers; understanding what’s important to them, identifying the problems they face, and designing elegant and efficient solutions to their problems. Our team includes experienced veterinary professionals, and we work directly with some of the top veterinary practices in Ireland for advice and field research.

We currently have a small team of engineers and have successfully designed and built a product which is used across some of Ireland’s most progressive Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals.

We are looking for a Software Development Engineer to be part of our growing team, to help design, implement, and deploy the next tier of software components. A major part of this is implementing the code that drives our products, but the role includes contributing along the whole development process, including: deciding what features to build, driving the design and architecture, testing and deployment, documenting the features and design.

Relevant Skills and Experience:

  • Excellent software development skills, and experience working in Linux environment
  • Experience building web services and APIs, for example in NodeJS, Python, Java, C/C++, Ruby, PHP
  • Experience building API-driven client applications using HTML, JavaScript, and AJAX
  • A solid grounding in Computer Science fundamentals, data structures, algorithms, object-oriented design and systems architecture
  • Excellent problem solving and troubleshooting skills

What’s your Tech Stack?

Our main product is delivered as a Progressive Web Application – the core technologies are JS, HTML, CSS, AJAX. Server-side in NodeJS & MongoDB (there is high interoperability of data and logic across the stack – making development really fast).

We don’t depend on any large JS frameworks (React, Angular, Vue). The core business logic is written in vanilla JS + some lightweight data modelling libraries (this allows us full visibility into the most important parts of the our code, can deep dive issues, and ensure blazing-fast performance where it’s needed). We generally use open source libraries for specific components where it makes sense.

Our target JS / rendering engines are (“close-to-latest”) WebKit and V8 / Blink. So we are free to use the latest ES6 / ES7 and HTML5+ APIs as soon as they ship. We make extensive use of service / web workers, mutation / resize / intersection observers, IndexedDB, promises / async-await, virtual-DOM etc to build a fast, responsive, cross-platform PWA.

What’s your Dev Process?

Our development process is streamlined and efficient (Gitflow branches, PRs, CI / CD, unit & end-to-end test, UA testing). New releases are shipped to customers every week (beta customers generally get features 1-2 weeks in advance of everyone else). Production environments have live exception tracking with pinpoint telemetry so that we don’t waste time tracking down bugs (we use Keymetrics, Sentry & Logrocket for this, and maintain zero-bug policy within each release cycle).

Benefits

You will have the opportunity to learn and build some truly world-leading technology using state-of-art web technologies (our next-generation features include work on data analytics, machine learning, AI, offline-first mobile applications, voice controlled-apps, and multiple ground-breaking integrations with data providers and service providers).

There is an opportunity to make a real impact in a startup environment – be part of this project right from the early stages.

Making a positive impact on the field of Veterinary Medical Care. It’s very rewarding knowing that you can make a real improvement to the care of pets and other animals, their owners and the veterinary team.

Flexible work hours, and location. (Our offices are located in Nexus Innovation Centre Limerick, alongside other enthusiastic and exciting startups; it’s a fantastic environment to work in – really supportive and collaborative).

We’re happy to set you up with whatever equipment helps you get your job done.

Package includes a combination of Salary & Equity (€15-30k & 0.5-3.0% negotiable). We are hiring at all levels – so the package will depend on what you can bring to the team, both now and into the future.

Application Process

Please send your CV to careers@vetdrive.co

We will follow up with suitable applicants and set up an initial phone introduction, followed by an onsite interview in our Limerick offices.

Lead Frontend Engineer // Ripple Foundation

Lead Frontend Engineer – Frontend Leader looking for a Mission

Ripple Foundation is looking for a Leading Frontend Engineer / Lead Frontend Engineer who is interested in the challenge & mission of great usability to transform 21st Century Healthcare.

About Ripple Foundation

Ripple Foundation is a clinically led team working towards and supporting the move to an open platform fit for 21st century health and care. We all know the problems around the world in healthcare, our mission has emerged from that and to drag healthcare into the digital age are supporting open source, open standards and an open architecture that can be used worldwide.

We are still in the early phase of building the tools and supporting the communities who want to collaborate around this open platform mission. We want to challenge the limitations of the current limited health and care IT market, positively disrupt and move health and care into the 21st Century.

We are supporting those key technologies that we believe should be open sourced to benefit the health and care world, as well as actively supporting key open platform projects in order to further this mission.

Whats the challenge?

Usability is perhaps the greatest challenge facing 21st Century Healthcare.

The sector is littered with mediocre solutions that have a poor/terrible user experience that professionals and patients have to endure because there are great usability has yet to impact healthcare.

We are working to challenge that head on. Following years of frontline experience, research and development we have crafted PulseTile, the first open source UX/UI framework in healthcare. We have crafted it from the bottom up following good practice in user centred design and agile development and have made it available in both AngularJS and ReactJS versions.

Yet the frontend world keeps evolving, so we need to ensure PulseTile remains at the forefront of great usability with the help of a leading Frontend Engineer / Lead Frontend Engineer who wants to take on this mission to the next level.

What skills do I need?

  • Background in frontend web development technologies (HTML, CSS, JS)
  • Interest in good clean UX design as well as good clean UI code
  • Extensive experience in frontend (esp ReactJS) development as part of a team
  • Extensive experience in open source workflow (github etc) as part of a team
  • Some experience with full stack technologies (esp NodeJS and DB tech) would be helpful

What will I be doing?

  • Liaison on UX
  • Lead on UI development roadmap and development
  • Oversight of our open source PulseTile ReactJS frontend application and take on code custodian role

http://pulsetile.com

http://docs.pulsetile.com

https://github.com/PulseTile

https://github.com/pulsetile-plugins

  • Research and development against other world leading Frontend development trends and developments eg http://styleguides.io/ to guide our way forward
  • Taking on a leadership role in usability/frontend development

What is the opportunity?

  • Join world leading #HealthIT team
  • Tackle one of the biggest challenges of our times, aka 21st Century Healthcare
  • Flexible working from home (NB Ripple Foundation leadership is based in Dublin, Ireland)
  • Align our early work with the leaders of the frontend world, while supporting those at the frontline of the healthcare field.

How to start?

We are keen to set a funded challenge to find the right skills and person that we would then look to offer this key role.

We are open to discuss the challenge, in essense taking a look at our own frontend work to date on PulseTile http://pulsetile.com in the context of an evolving frontend landscape http://styleguides.io to come up with some ideas/recommendations.

We would agree to fund that work before you begin and then use that work to gauge your experience & interest in our work and mission.

If you are interested in this challenge we would like to hear from you..

Please email with an outline of your interest and a copy of your CV to info@ripple.foundation

Frontend Superstar // PlayON

Frontend Superstar

The role is for an Expert Javascript developer who is eager to work on meaningful projects that are used by people all across the world.

PlayON is a sports entertainment company with customers from over 100 countries and is an official partner of the NBA and Formula 1. We are a small team based in Dublin, striving to deliver a quality product in an agile and fun fashion. We value our company culture and are looking for the next addition to the team – you can read our full company culture here: https://bit.ly/2P8KLnf

You will:

  • Implement and own new features
  • Build and own new products
  • Translate designs into elegant, user-friendly interfaces
  • Constantly improve the codebase
  • Add automated tests
  • Work with a multinational and diverse team

What you will need:

  • Deep understanding of JavaScript and its fundamentals
  • Understanding of the complexities of the DOM and CSS, especially how they interact
  • The ability to learn from and mentor other engineers

On the technical side, we use:

  • EmberJS (experience is a big plus, but not essential)
  • Fastboot
  • CircleCI
  • Ruby on Rails on the backend


If you would like to be part of the future of sports entertainment, please get in touch with us at info@playon.co and visit our website at playon.co – we look forward to hearing from you.

Lead Frontend Engineer // Ripple Foundation

Lead Frontend Engineer – Frontend Leader looking for a Mission

Ripple Foundation is looking for a Leading Frontend Engineer / Lead Frontend Engineer who is interested in the challenge & mission of great usability to transform 21st Century Healthcare.

About Ripple Foundation

Ripple Foundation is a clinically led team working towards and supporting the move to an open platform fit for 21st century health and care. We all know the problems around the world in healthcare, our mission has emerged from that and to drag healthcare into the digital age are supporting open source, open standards and an open architecture that can be used worldwide.

We are still in the early phase of building the tools and supporting the communities who want to collaborate around this open platform mission. We want to challenge the limitations of the current limited health and care IT market, positively disrupt and move health and care into the 21st Century.

We are supporting those key technologies that we believe should be open sourced to benefit the health and care world, as well as actively supporting key open platform projects in order to further this mission.

Whats the challenge?

Usability is perhaps the greatest challenge facing 21st Century Healthcare.

The sector is littered with mediocre solutions that have a poor/terrible user experience that professionals and patients have to endure because there are great usability has yet to impact healthcare.

We are working to challenge that head on. Following years of frontline experience, research and development we have crafted PulseTile, the first open source UX/UI framework in healthcare. We have crafted it from the bottom up following good practice in user centred design and agile development and have made it available in both AngularJS and ReactJS versions.

Yet the frontend world keeps evolving, so we need to ensure PulseTile remains at the forefront of great usability with the help of a leading Frontend Engineer / Lead Frontend Engineer who wants to take on this mission to the next level.

What skills do I need?

  • Background in frontend web development technologies (HTML, CSS, JS)
  • Interest in good clean UX design as well as good clean UI code
  • Extensive experience in frontend (esp ReactJS) development as part of a team
  • Extensive experience in open source workflow (github etc) as part of a team
  • Some experience with full stack technologies (esp NodeJS and DB tech) would be helpful

What will I be doing?

  • Liaison on UX
  • Lead on UI development roadmap and development
  • Oversight of our open source PulseTile ReactJS frontend application and take on code custodian role

http://pulsetile.com

http://docs.pulsetile.com

https://github.com/PulseTile

https://github.com/pulsetile-plugins

  • Research and development against other world leading Frontend development trends and developments eg http://styleguides.io/ to guide our way forward
  • Taking on a leadership role in usability/frontend development

What is the opportunity?

  • Join world leading #HealthIT team
  • Tackle one of the biggest challenges of our times, aka 21st Century Healthcare
  • Flexible working from home (NB Ripple Foundation leadership is based in Dublin, Ireland)
  • Align our early work with the leaders of the frontend world, while supporting those at the frontline of the healthcare field.

How to start?

We are keen to set a funded challenge to find the right skills and person that we would then look to offer this key role.

We are open to discuss the challenge, in essense taking a look at our own frontend work to date on PulseTile http://pulsetile.com in the context of an evolving frontend landscape http://styleguides.io to come up with some ideas/recommendations.

We would agree to fund that work before you begin and then use that work to gauge your experience & interest in our work and mission.

If you are interested in this challenge we would like to hear from you..

Please email with an outline of your interest and a copy of your CV to info@ripple.foundation

Backend Developer // Recroot

Role: Backend Developer

recroot backend developerWhat is Recroot?

Recroot is video-based recruitment mobile app and web app where jobseekers can apply to retail and hospitality jobs in their area by recording a 30-second video of themselves.

In under 6 months:

In less than 6 months, Recroot has become the exclusive hiring partner for Starbucks, TGI Fridays and Hard Rock Cafe. To date, Recroot is in over 100 stores in Dublin and has seen over 2,500 jobseeker sign ups.

Backend Developer – What we need:

Recroot has just completed a very successful pilot with our V1 product. In order to scale and generate serious revenue, we need to completely rebuild our platform.

We need a wickedly talented backend developer who has the potential to become our CTO. This individual will be tasked with allocating frontend resources as required.

The Recroot V2 product will consist of a web app for employers, and a mobile app for jobseekers. We are open to discussions around the optimal technologies to use for the platform rebuild.

If you’re a leader, communicator, manager, hard worker and all round good person, get in touch.

Apply to:

nev@recroot.ie

Senior Ruby on Rails Developer // Full health Medical

 Senior Ruby on Rails Developer

Full Health Medical are seeking a creative, resourceful and pragmatic senior developer with broad experience delivering quality enterprise software products and services. You will be taking charge and working with a talented team and some major partners.

    • Overall responsibility for day to day code, deployment and team development
    • Full Stack Tech Engineer
    • Close collaboration for feature planning, product roadmap
    • Evaluating new cloud technologies

The Role

    • Build out and iterate on the existing application, ensuring the architecture remains flexible and is ready for scale. Lead the future product / roadmap.
    • Evaluate most suitable technologies for the future
    • Rapidly develop new features to enhance the functionality and performance of the app
    • Lead and guide engineering, design and UX resources as required to deliver the product roadmap
    • Work with the growth team to ensure that product/analytics requirements are aligned with growth hacking activities

Current Stack

    • Ruby on Rails, MongoDb, Linux OS

What’s in it for you?

    • Mission driven, venture backed startup solving a BIG real-world problem with experienced leadership and advisors
    • Flat hierarchy and flexible environment – You’ll work directly with the CEO and the board.
    • Competitive package including equity (range depends on experience)
    • Unlimited personal development opportunities as we grow
    • Relocation expenses if necessary

Location

We have offices in Dublin City Centre off Grafton St and also in Shoreditch, London N1, UK

Attractive Package

This is a very senior position within a fast growing technology led health company. We are committed to providing a very compelling package which includes salary and equity.

Apply to: 

paul@fullhealthmedical.com

 

NodeJS Developer // Fetch

NodeJS Developer

We are looking for a passionate NodeJS Developer with at least 4 years industry experience and a BA(Hons) in computer science or a related field who has an appetite for success to join our development team for the final stages before launch. The position is semi-permanent, with the possibility of something longer term for the right candidate.

Fetch is a super disruptive on-demand deliveries and taxi platform which launched as a proof of concept in January 2017 to great response. We have since been building on our original idea, as well as acting on the data we gathered so we can truly give Ireland the awesome and fair delivery platform it needs and so deserves.

Our ideal applicant is someone who writes beautiful concise code to a blisteringly high standard, a man or woman that lives, breathes and sleeps software development, and who is excited at the prospect of working with a state of the art technology stack, rolling their sleeves up and getting stuck in.

Desirable Competencies

  • NodeJS
  • Couchbase
  • Sync Gateway
  • Angular 4
  • Ionic 3

Salary is negotiable.

APPLY TO:

benji@gogetfetch.com

We look forward to hearing from you !
Much Love,
The Fetch Team

Senior Software Developer // Booking.com

Senior Software Developer (Amsterdam)

At Booking.com we combine the best traits of a start-up with the resources of planet Earth’s  #1 accommodation website. We are working towards creating the ultimate travel experience, building and improving great products for both travellers and the accommodation partners.

We are not afraid to experiment, think big or aim high!

Based in the beautiful city of Amsterdam, our technology department is over 1500 strong.

We believe that diversity makes us stronger – with over 60 different nationalities in the technology department alone, you will be able to absorb new skills and develop your career in a multicultural environment.

As well as working independently, you will also be responsible for making technical decisions within a team and across teams/sub-departments. Our development strategy is agile and we work in small Scrum teams of 5-7. We do several code rollouts every day, are data-driven and do extensive A/B testing on both user and partner facing platforms.

B.responsible

  • 50% coding, 50% working with developers
  • Take initiative to address the larger technical needs of the product you work on
  • Focus on moving the business forward, be pragmatic about technology choices
  • Always keep the customer at the center of everything you do
  • Have a keen interest in the business, not just any given technical problem
  • Lead initiatives for improvement of development processes and business opportunities for your team’s product and the company as a whole by impacting multiple products across the business.
  • Identify, foster, and proactively help colleagues to grow professionally, taking a significant role in onboarding new team members
  • Contribute to the growth of Booking.com through interviewing or other recruitment efforts
  • Represent Booking.com values, both in the company and in the external community
  • Advocate a collaborative working environment – make “my ideas” into “our ideas”
  • Lead, manage and resolve technical or design discussions or conflicts

B.skilled

  • 7+ years of experience as a software developer
  • Thought leader (leader in the field of own expertise)
  • Strong and demonstrable programming skill, using 2+ server-side programming languages
  • 1+ years of experience mentoring, coaching and training newer and less experienced team members
  • Excellent communication, influencing, and stakeholder management
  • Experience working on products that impact large numbers of customers
  • Experience with distributed systems
  • Ability to drive technical, business and people related initiatives that improve productivity, performance and quality
  • Proven ability and willingness to continue learning
  • Self-starter, self-motivated, collaborative, with “can do” attitude

B.offered

  • Living and working in Amsterdam, one of the most cosmopolitan cities in Europe
  • Contributing to a high scale, complex, world-renowned product and seeing real-time impact of your work on millions of travellers worldwide
  • Working in a fast-paced and performance-driven culture
  • Opportunity to utilize technical expertise, leadership capabilities and entrepreneurial spirit
  • Promote and drive impactful and innovative engineering solutions
  • Technical, behavioural and interpersonal competence advancement via on-the-job opportunities, experimental projects, hackathons, conferences and active community participation
  • Competitive compensation and benefits package and some great added perks of working in the home city of Booking.com

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We are also hiring iOS, Android, Frontend, Full Stack and Java Developers as well as Team Leads, Site Reliability Engineers and Product focused roles.

This position is open to worldwide candidates and, in the case of relocation, we will assist you with a generous relocation package, ensuring a smooth transition to working and living in Amsterdam.  We have successfully relocated 300+ Technology professionals to Amsterdam in the last year!

If you want to get in touch to discuss this role further leave me your details. I’ve personally done the relocation from Dublin in the past 6 months.

Please check glassdoor.com and search for Senior Software Developer in Amsterdam for guidance around salary.

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