Full-stack software developer

    AtomLeap Published: February 22, 2019
    Location
    Berlin, Germany
    Job Type

    Description

    Who we are

    AtomLeap is a Berlin-based strategic intelligence provider on high-tech industries. We analyze and assess technological innovations and the companies driving them, and we help industry and business leaders make their most important decisions through a combination of big data, AI tools, and human expertise.

    We are a continuously growing team with expertise from a diversity of disciplines, and we deal with complex big data scenarios across a variety of industries, so you can expect to be working together with other curious minds on intellectually challenging tasks within a fast-paced environment.

    What we are looking for

    To further drive our growth, we are looking for a creative and committed full-stack software developer with a distinct sense for big data applications. You love to collaborate with other developers, solve new problems, and you take responsibility for delivering work of the highest caliber. You are also comfortable with a high degree of autonomy in your role, and you bring your owns ideas and perspectives to the table.

    Your responsibilities

    You play a leading role in our growing software development team, create and maintain optimal data pipeline architecture, and focus on the conceptual progression and further development of our technology stack.

    You monitor performance and identify, design, and implement internal process improvements: automating manual processes, optimizing data delivery, improving infrastructure for greater security, scalability, etc.

    You work closely together with stakeholders and product management.

    Your expertise

    You have a university degree in a relevant field and at least two years of work experience in software engineering.

    You are interested in network security and scalability. You have knowledge of different approaches to authentication and authorization both for human users and programmatic API calls.

    You are experienced with Python. You have preferably worked with the Django framework and are able to build and configure websites with it. You have preferably also worked with data-oriented packages like NumPy and pandas.

    You have experience in backend web development, configuring database connections, file storage systems, and web servers.

    You are familiar with Javascript. You are familiar with the administration of Unix-based systems, process automation, and scripting. Ideally you have worked with messaging systems such as Celery and RabbitMQ.

    You are preferably familiar with MongoDB databases and can work with them through Python. Ideally you are also familiar with Elasticsearch.

    Your benefits

    You get a permanent contract with a competitive salary, a budget for conferences, with flexible working hours, additional vacation days, and flexible vacation time.

    You will be challenged by new and exciting projects in a growing company; you will be able to take responsibility early to define you role and implement your own ideas to shape future developments.

    You will work in the heart of Kreuzberg with a highly motivated and international team, and enjoy short decision paths with flat structures.

    You can enjoy talent development through individual education and courses, with opportunities for bonuses and management possibilities.

    You can take part in free German classes to help you enjoy Berlin like a local.

    About the application

    Are you interested in this position? Do you want to engage with our analytics team and drive the next generation of our database forward? If this sounds like you, send your application and CV to Konstanze Neumann (konstanze@atomleap.com) by March 7th, with interviews in the following week. Relevant references, certificates, and links to previous work are more than welcome.

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