You're part of a cross-functional team composed of Back-end and Front-end Developers, UX designers, Product Owner, and a Scrum Master.
You support your team in delivering new functionalities as quickly as possible, meeting both expectations and quality standards.
You build and manage a team that excels in delivering high quality and cost effective software.
You support team members in defining their goals and the strategy to achieve them.
You take part in the Sprint and participate in all Scrum events, which provide you with knowledge and insights needed to help the team improve and achieve its Sprint goals.
You review code, promote best practices, and maintain a high level of craftsmanship as well as a pragmatic culture.
You actively coach your team members and continuously provide feedback to help them do things a little bit better every day.
You support the Product Owner with aligning functional and technical needs.
After grabbing a cup of coffee, the daily stand-up with your team starts. Julia enthusiastically mentions her latest work on the visual design of the new login page. you pair program with Jaimie on a story to actually log in via a social media account. After some fiddling around and writing code, you verify it's done and functionality is deployed to production. Whew, it's already time for lunch!
In the afternoon it's time for your 1:1 with Victoria. She wants to have a chat about things she'd like to improve upon Together, you come up with some actions and you share your experiences on the value of pair programming and how it helped you as a developer. You immediately put it into practice by pair programming with her on her current story.
At the end of the day, it's time to unwind. You propose to shoot some pool with a few team members. Now, how to hit that eight ball—corner pocket?
You'll be part of a cross-functional team consisting of Back-end and Front-end Developers, UX designers, Scrum Master, and a Product Owner. They each have different levels of experience and you'll support them in becoming even more amazing than they already are.
You have a minimum of five years experience as a developer.
You have experience in managing and coaching other developers.
You're proficient in C# and preferably more development languages (PHP, Delphi or Java is a bonus).
Scrum/Agile comes naturally to you.
You understand and investigate what a user wants and feels.
You lead from the front. You guide by example, not just by words.
Over 30 training courses at our own Coolblue University.
A 10% discount on all of our products.
25 leave days. As long as you'll promise to come back.
Travel allowance and a pension plan.
An international working environment. With colleagues from places like Belgium, Spain, Australia, Mexico, and Italy.
Relocation assistance, from A to Z (if you live abroad).
Discount on a new bicycle. Because that's how we roll.
Plenty of room for creativity.