Interested in mobility? Looking for a job in which your technical skills come into play? Read on! Optimile is looking for a front-end software developer with expertise in React Native.
What we do?
Optimile is a software company offering Mobility-as-a-Service. Mobility-as-a-Service has become the new way of transportation. Our aim is to build bridges between different mobility operators and end-users, so that everyone can enjoy the ultimate freedom of planning, booking and paying different transportation modes through one single gateway.
This is our response to the shift away from personally owned means of transportation towards mobility solutions that are consumed as a service. Therefore we develop our own white-label mobility platforms and establish partnerships with all kinds of mobility operators.
What will your days look like?
- You’ll work (remotely) on the new, ecologically responsible form of networked mobility
- Contributing to the further development of our charge point management system for electric vehicles and the integration of various mobility platforms
- Setting up roaming connections with other charging station operators
- Setting up interoperability with charging stations of other manufacturers
- Offering technical support in the back-end system for problems with charging stations
although this is a remote position, we are only looking for people in the EU.
- Living in Europe is a must
- Speaking fluently English is not a problem for you
- You have a Master’s degree
- Working in a team doesn’t scare you away
- You are passionate about developing and expanding front-end systems
Experience and capabilities
- You are blessed with a first successful professional experience
- You have, preferably, experience with TypeScript
- You know a thing or two about Django and Python? Great!
- Full-time permanent role, based remotely
- Competitive salary
- Fast growing international company
- A great, supportive team to work with
- The possibility to develop an innovative product in a new market within an international context