About the company
S O NAH is paving the way for sustainice urbanization.
Why “sustainice”? This is a modern-day mix of sustainable and nice. We know that rapid urbanization is one of the megatrends, shaping and affecting our future life. Along with the increase of population in urban areas, problems such as emissions, traffic collapse, housing shortage and littering arise.
We are a medium-sized startup, with a diverse set of around 20 people. As a company, we highly value our friendly, yet professional work atmosphere, to which all of our employees contribute. We are looking forward to your ideas to make it even better for everyone! In one of the pictures, we have one of our bi-monthly brunches where we share our recent achievements and challenges. We provide a sustainable solution for 99 problems instead of 99 sensors for 99 problems. These sensors solve everyday traffic problems for the citizens and simplify complex decision-making for city authorities.
About the role
Would you describe yourself as a skilled developer who can work comfortably with both frontend and backend coding languages? Have you got experience with developing user-friendly client-facing software? And, are you able to troubleshoot bugs or implement improvements to our server-side architecture? If you’ve answered yes, yes and yes, then we’d love to hear from you.
We’re searching for a skilled Full Stack Developer, who’ll play a critical role in developing our software and implementing a UX-friendly design in collaboration with our designers and programmers. You'll be working primarily on-site in our Office in Aachen and you’ll be working to develop clean and reproducible code, as well as testing and debugging your work.
Technologies we use
If you think that you and S O NAH are a good fit, then we would be delighted if you could provide us with the following:
1. What are your reasons for applying to this position?
2. What makes you the ideal fit for S O NAH?
3. Can you briefly describe your worst and your best experiences in full stack development?
4. When do you want to start working?