Did you know that Germany has 3.5 Million registered companies? Of these, only 1500 count as hidden champions. What are hidden champions you may ask? They are relatively small but highly successful companies. My client is one of them.

They have set out to digitize communication, which is considered a more traditional industry. With a focus on automatization, they have over 1500 customers that rely on their product. 14 of the biggest Banks in Europe and all 5 of the biggest energy providers in Germany have been using their solutions for many years.

With HQ in the Stuttgart area, over half of the company works in IT + Research & Development for innovative technologies. Here they have 200 Employees from over 30 different nationalities spread across 5 locations and are looking for you in order to grow their business even more. 

What is on offer?

  • Sponsor VISA/relocation
  • Free language courses
  • Own Software Engineering Training Academy for individual development
  • A family-friendly workplace with a parent-child office
  • Flat hierarchies, short decision-making processes, open-door policy
  • Company canteen with employee discount on food and drinks
  • Job bike, subsidized public transport (VVS), free employee parking
  • Employee events & parties
  • Free Gym membership
  • Free Company pension scheme and accident insurance
  • Health care package

Very well

  •  They are looking for a Frontend Engineer with a programming experience of at least 4 years
  • You will be working on their newest and strongest growing product and be responsible for building and maintaining new features
  • The main tech stack is JavaScript and Typescript. It is also nice to have experience working with Docker, Kubernetes, and Open Shift
  • You will actively participate in agile teams (Scrum)
  • Mutual code reviews and pair programming, continuous integration, and refactoring
  • Good knowledge of English is required


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