Backend Developer

Amsterdam Competitive Permanent

Keen traveller? Or even an interest in travelling? Yes? Good. This ones for you.

We're working with an innovative start up who are all about getting people to travel more using their app. From planning, through to tracking and remembering the trip, this app is made for anyone with a passion for travel.

As Backend Engineer, you'll be part of a growing team and provide a seamless user experience. If you're up for a scalable and performance challenge, this might just be for you..

Tools & Experience 🛠

🛠 A good few solid years using Python, Flask in particular

🛠 If you have experience in using another OOP language, we'll be open to this too

🛠 You've previously worked on complex backend systems

🛠 Extra brownie points for general DevOps tasks / AWS / RabbitMQ

What you'll be doing? 🤔

👉🏾 Working closely with the CTO and rest of the team to constantly scale and improve the app

👉🏾 Working on a high-traffic platform

👉🏾 Cross-collaborate with Product Owners and Designers

👉🏾 Getting hands-on with external APIs

The Good Stuff 🙌🏾

💡 Above average days holiday - 28! Obviously a few extra in there for your adventures

💡 Friday drinks, daily lunches, roadtrips - the lot.

💡 Great work / life balance, hybrid WFH model

💡 Opportunity to build an awesome product loved by millions

Interested in finding out more? 📩

🤔 Unsure whether you tick all the boxes? Don't hesitate, feel free to give me a shout anyway to discuss more!

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