Senior Full Stack Developer - Steady - Berlin

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About us

My name: Manuel Kallenbach
My position: CTO
Company name: Steady
Country: Germany
Team info and history:
Our product team consists of a product owner, 2 designers, a QA specialist and 4 developers. Now we’re looking for the 5th. The first commit in our main application is from May 2016. We’ve been happily using Elixir and Phoenix from the beginning.

About the job

Job title:
Senior Full Stack Developer (f/m/x)

Job description:
We’re looking for an experienced developer, who enjoys designing and implementing code in Elixir.

Position on remote work:
Initially, you will work on-site, but over time and contingent on the current work situation, you can take remote days.

Qualifications or experience required:

  • You have 5+ years of experience in backend languages as well as common web technologies like HTML, CSS, and JS.
  • You have at least 1 year of professional experience with Elixir or Erlang.
  • You have experience designing and implementing code in a functional language.
  • You enjoy sharing your knowledge and helping your coworkers reach their potential.
  • You have fun working in a team.
  • You speak English fluently (German not required).

What the successful job applicant will be working on:
We’ve got a Phoenix monolith that we spend most of our effort on. Besides that, we have a smaller Vue.js app and some infrastructure tools, mostly also written in Elixir. You would be working on all of those. As we’re a small, agile team, you would be involved in all steps of the development process. From designing the architecture to deploying and monitoring it.

About the interview process

You’ll have a quick phone call with me. After that, we’ll ask you to do a small code challenge, so we have something concrete to talk about in the next, in-person interview.

Further info

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