To build the digital sales assistant, we utilize the most recent state of the art algorithms in information retrieval, machine learning and data processing to provide information about construction projects to our customers in the way they need it, when they need it.
As a back-end engineer, your job is to manage the exchange of data between the server and the users. Your primary focus will be the development of all server-side logic, definition and maintenance of the central database, and ensuring high performance and responsiveness to requests from the front-end.
Apply to Building Radar and work with us on a product that has an impact on the daily work life of thousands of people, join a great team and revolutionize a €71 billion industry.
+ Integration of user-facing elements developed by a front-end developers with server side logic
+ Building reusable code and libraries for future use
+ Navigate our platform through an intense scale, both data- and user-wise
+ Ensure that our backend is fast and reliable
+ You have at least three years of experience working with MVC Frameworks
+ When it comes to system architecture, you like having things neat and clean
+ You know how to keep a SQL database fast, containing hundreds of millions of items
+ You work independently and have a good understanding of API design
+ “Nice-to-have”: You have experience with Python, PostgreSQL, ElasticSearch
+ Modern office space: Centrally located in Munich. We work on two floors with free fruit and excellent coffee.
+ Work and pleasure: We combine modern office equipment from Vitra with a Kicker and a Ping Pong table. :)
+ Flexible home-office arrangements: This allows you to combine work and leisure in the best way possible.
+ Mobility: is a part of our DNA. You don’t have a car? Our company cars can be used privately.
+ Regular events: are our speciality. Hut weekends, Oktoberfest visits and burger tastings are particularly important to our international team.
+ In-house fitness studio: included. We offer you a subsidy for a membership to compensate for the hard work you put in the office.