31 de Dezembro de 2018

Fullstack Developer (m/f)

Losch Services - Portugal

  • Localidade Porto
  • Contrato Contrato sem termo
  • Horário Full-time
  • Referência http://bit.ly/2Ac36ub

The change in the automotive industry brings a lot of new challenges. Our Losch DIGITAL LAB (Losch Services - Portugal) in Porto is a young and creative team facing all digital challenges together with the Luxembourgish colleagues to support the automotive industry. We are active in the fields of software development, data analysis and the acceleration of new technology.

We are looking for an experienced:

Fullstack Developer (m/f)


Your responsibilities

  • Develop and implement new software programs
  • Maintain and improve the performance of existing software
  • Clearly and regularly communicate with management and technical support colleagues
  • Test and maintain software products to ensure strong functionality and optimization
  • Recommend improvements to existing software programs as necessary


Your profile

  • Bachelor or master’s degree in IT, software engineering or similar
  • 2+ years of work experience
  • Agile methodologies for development and continuous delivery
  • Object Oriented Programming (OOP)
  • Clean Code, refactoring, unit tests and scalability mean something to you
  • TDD - Test Driven Development
  • Pair Programming on a daily basis
  • VueJS (Javascript, CSS)
  • Experience in .NET technology
  • Experience in SQL programming
  • Web development skills
  • Code version control systems like Git
  • Proactive and self-taught
  • A real team player
  • A high level of flexibility and customer focus
  • The ability to master any technology, language, or development environment that we might need in the future
  • Fluency in English
  • Willingness to travel


We offer

  • Agile, international, cross-functional team
  • Challenging projects
  • Competitive salary
  • Free fruit, coffee and water
  • Health insurance
  • Home working option
  • We have a monthly team building event


Please apply here:


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