The system of choice by leading venues
As a developer you will work directly on our most important applications that are used daily by thousands of ticket buyers and users. You work on improvements and features big and small, in cycles of a few weeks. You will be working in a small team of 5 developers where we work in a focused way on the improvement of the product.
Here are some examples of the work you will be doing every day:
Build a waiting list system where ticket users register when an event is sold out.
Build support for a new Payment Service Provider
Troubleshoot a bug on the payment screen that only occurs in very specific conditions.
Build an ‘event selector’ component that can be reused throughout the application.
You know you are an exceptionally strong developer.
Knowledge of standard software engineering practices (git, unit/integration testing, documentation, continuous integration, version management,...)
You have a Master degree in Information Technology or you have an equivalent level by experience.
At least 2 years of experience as a web developer.
You can clearly communicate your methods and expectations with the team.
Autonomy and sense of responsibility are a must.
An exciting and challenging job where you can learn a lot.
Employee or freelance, both are possible.
The possibility to play an important role in a young and innovative company that grows internationally, with offices in Leuven, Rotterdam and Berlin.
Flexible working hours, set your own schedule.
Freedom to travel and work from anywhere in the world.
Ability to work wherever you are most comfortable (home, office, park, café, etc.)
Reliable, consistent workload.
A competitive salary, negotiable depending on skills and experience.
20 days of paid leave per year.
Paid training and other professional growth opportunities.
Allowance for your home office, or for a co-working space.