Railnova is hiring a full stack developer to accompany the growth of our Railfleet software platform which is at the heart of digitization of Railway companies in Europe
We need you to help us bring great front end and backend ideas to life. As we have dozens of large clients, we often know our key users by name and as a developer, you can make a huge difference in their daily workflows. We work based on a deep understanding of customer needs and are eager learners.
Railfleet is an online web platform for Railway actors to manage their day to day operations and train maintenance. We bring to our customers a modern user interface that user love with intuitive workflows to help them change their dinosaur habits and get things done.
The Railfleet team is currently composed of a product manager, a developer and UX designer. We now want to reinforce the Railfleet team and product with experienced full stack developer, someone with a great track record of shipping new features and bringing a product to life.
(that might help you to get a better idea of what this full-stack position job entails)
Independent and customer-oriented developers strive at Railnova. We are conscientious workers and eager learners. Most of all, we are colleagues, and we are here to do our best work together.
We don't ask you to be an all-knowing "Wonder Woman" or "Superman" senior programmer, but if you are someone providing solid work and able to provide guidance to less experienced developers, we want you. In brief:
We want you to continue your personal development journey at Railnova. You’ll be given space and time to focus on your work and be exposed to a technical and caring team.
On top of that, you'll get:
Press the "Apply" button and carefully fill in the 3 write-up questions to demonstrate that you are a good English written communicator and experienced full-stack programmer. We will review your written submission within 2 weeks and let you know if you are invited to an interview. The recruiting process also includes an on-site exercise down the line.