Recently we re-launched the EU-Startups job board and are offering free postings until the end of August, to give the startup ecosystem a helping hand during the current climate.
Today we’re shining a light on the cool coding and developer jobs on the platform. From senior developer positions, to junior or assistant posts, there are a fair few opportunities across Europe (with a few stretching to secondary startup offices in the US!).
Don’t forget you can easily search the EU-Startups job board by location, full-time/part-time, and keyword to bring up cool jobs in your area.
Here are just 5 of the developer jobs on the job board:
Interested in news, high quality media and fighting ‘fake’ stories? Then working for Munich-based Varia could be for you. The team is looking for a MEAN stack student or intern to work on their product, both on the coding side but also the ideas/creative side! The position is 100% remote and reimbursed.
If you’re into career development or AI, then Guider could be your next career move. Guider is building an AI-powered platform that helps organisations create human-to-human learning experiences, like mentoring. They are looking for a remote working Full Stack Engineer, who is pragmatic, fast-learning and is familiar with (some or all) of Node, Typescript, Vue, Vuex, Webpack, Babel, Circle CI, Serverless and Firebase Real Time Database (Google Cloud Platform).
Bikemap is a global cycling platform. The Vienna-based team is building up the world’s largest cycle route collection, with more than 5.9 million bike paths to discover. They are looking to fulfill a few positions, like Fullstack Developer, Android Developer, Back End developer, and Front End Developer.
London-based Swancy is an online swapping app that allows users to renew their wardrobe sustainably and inexpensively. The team is hoping to expand their team with a Front End Mobile App Developer, with the aim of overall achieving a product-market fit level, which is needed to raise their next round of funds.
Into fintech? fiskaly is providing a unified fiscalization API to the Austrian and German markets. According to the startup, fiscalization is the tamper-proof, electronic recording and archiving of business transactions. They are looking for open, friendly, highly motivated iOS developers, with home-office and flexible working hours available.
To see more jobs across the whole of Europe, from Amsterdam to Roma, take a look at the job board yourself. Jobs are arriving every day, so it’s worth checking daily for new positions.