Fullstack Software Developer

  • InvoiceFinance
  • Statenlaan, 's Hertogenbosch, Netherlands
  • Jul 25, 2017
Full time Developer

Job Description

InvoiceFinance is busy making business loans easier. We grow fast, so we are looking for experienced developers. 

Together we build something beautiful. We are well-funded and develop all our applications themselves, with modern open source technologies. We think the only way to be truly innovative. What we make is always quality first.

We are looking for someone who programs, tests, designs, sends, leads, talks and laughs. You take your colleagues and do not wait for permission to do what is important. Eye for quality is what sets you apart. 

You are working on the InvoiceFinance platform, which goes through millions of invoices every month. We have a love for a functional programming style, but are not married to any language or framework. We work with modern open source technology, including: Ruby, Rails, ES6, React, Redux, Python, PostgreSQL and AWS. For the future, we will keep a close eye on Flow, GraphQL, OCaml, Elixir and Elm.

What we offer
  • Good salary, 25 holiday days and travel expenses.
  • A team of experienced and well-trained colleagues.
  • Challenging issues and the freedom to solve them.
  • The resources and attention to develop yourself.
  • Office in the center of 's-Hertogenbosch.
  • Flexible working hours and the ability to work at home, the quality of work is leading, which chair does not keep you warm.
What we ask
  • You have a number of years of experience as a software developer and will soon be on track when you get started.
  • Knowledge of the whole stack. You do not need to be a star anywhere, but knowledge in the width is important. 
  • You have high standards regarding software quality. 
  • You understand that building a feature is just the first step and testing, analysis and improvement is just as important.
  • We are now working with Ruby, Rails and React. Experience with this is a pré, open to new techniques and quick picking up is more important.