Web App/Software Engineer

Business sector
Job function
Software Engineer 
Office language
Starting date
As soon as possible 

Our client is the world’s largest guest feedback platform, the mission is to improve the travel experience, from finding the right hotel to having the perfect stay. The company works with hotels, destinations, and travel websites to make that happen


Minimum qualifications:

  • Degree in Computer Science, or closely related degree;
  • 2 years+ experience implementing beautiful and scalable web applications;
  • Mastery of JavaScript or Python. We accept your background in a variety of languages (JavaScript, Python, Ruby, Java, etc.), but we only use Python and JavaScript;
  • Expert HTML & CSS knowledge. (Don’t worry, we have designers that write HTML/CSS for you.);
  • Working knowledge of relational databases;
  • Good algorithms knowledge;
  • Fluent in English.

Preferred qualifications:

  • The company uses a mix of Javascript libs/frameworks including Ember.js. Ember.js experience, so they are a strong plus;
  • Open source contributions and projects.


  • Flat hierarchies & lots of freedom;
  • Free fruits, snacks & drinks;
  • Legendary beer'o'clock Fridays to celebrate the week's successes;
  • Ship your code to production & see it influence millions of travelers;
  • Organized sport groups;
  • Free German classes;
  • Company pension scheme;
  • Regular team events.

How to apply for this job:

If you are interested, please, send your CV to e-mail: [email protected]

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