As a software engineer you are part of the product development team, which is responsible for developing and maintaining the Skryv Platform and the Skryv Studio. You get to design new features from scratch, experiment with new technologies and continuously improve our products.
Our mission is to simplify the (digital) interaction with and within the government. We are the fastest way to digitise government services. We offer low-code software modules. Both for government agencies providing services and for companies using digital government services. Because Skryv is part of the Vanden Broele group, you will experience the best of both worlds: a dynamic start-up culture within the stability of a larger group of experienced players.
At Skryv we are currently working fully remotely, so your workday usually starts in your home office. You open your laptop, check in to say hello and start the day with one of the following tasks:
Do you recognise yourself in this description? We want you to fit in with the team. Do not worry if you cannot tick all of the boxes yet, we are not perfect either.
Our stack consists of the following main technologies:
We want you (and all of us) to become the best in what we do. So you’ll get:
Very simple: drop us a note explaining why you want to work for Skryv and how your experience can help us to become even better as a company. Next, we set up a call to get to know each other. If you and we are convinced that there is a good match, you come over for a few hours. You meet the team and do a short exercise that resembles the work you will do. If both sides are still happy and fully convinced, we sign a contract and get going! Interested? Or do you want to know more? Get in touch with Laura, our HR business partner: by mail email@example.com, or by phone +32 474 685 394 - 050 456 188 We are looking forward to meet you!
At Skryv, we know that a combination of an open attitude and a respectful feedback culture helps grow our developers and our code. That makes it more than worth to invest in code reviews.
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