- As a key player in one of our agile teams, you actively contribute to the development of Tricentis products according to agile principles
- You develop valuable increments for our product according to our vision with the newest technologies
- You work in a self-organizing team in our agile software development process and help shape it to continuously improve
- As a Web Developer you work closely with our UX experts and your focus lies on implementing state of the art user interfaces and functionality
- Continuous learning and improvement of your and our way of working is part of your daily business
- Technical education and solid technical knowledge (e.g. HTL, university degree, etc.)
- 3+ years of experience with HTML and CSS
- You have solid understanding and experience with Angular
- Ideally 2+ years of software development experience in C#, or a comparable object-oriented programming language
- Docker and/or Kubernetes knowledge is a plus
- You know when to apply design patterns and strive for high quality, maintainable and clean code
- You are motivated by achieving innovative results and approach your tasks in a solution-oriented manner
- Working with The Cloud’s #1 Continuous Testing Platform
- Joining a state-of-the-art Software Development Team
- Flexible working hours (no core time)
- Attractive salary plus bonus
- Professional & Personal Development
- Job ticket for free public transportation
- Modern office in Vienna close to the subway (Table Soccer, Darts, ... )
- Numerous events for employees (GIG - Tricentis annual Hackathon, Bug Festival, Magic the Gathering Afternoon, Pizza Friday, ...)
- Support in relocation and work permit process
And many more ...
Go ahead and apply for the #1 company in continuous testing & #1 city with the best quality of living. According to your experience and skills the annual package starts at EUR 43.000,00.
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