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Dresden, Deutschland - fully remote

About Schlachter Informatik

Schlachter Informatik provides holistic IT services for all kinds of industries. Our clients include startups in their early stages as well as medium-sized financial institutes. We’re designing, developing, maintaining, and running not only our own disruptive products, but also providing business and IT consultancy as well as high-quality software engineering services to B2B customers. Our goal is to support all of our clients on their way to exceptional success.

Your job

  • Work 100% remotely on interesting client projects from all kinds of industries
  • Join a remote team developing web applications or mobile apps that support a handful to thousands of requests per second
  • Designing & implementing APIs using Swagger or gRPC with security in mind
  • Applying TDD, clean code principles and other best practices to your code
  • Working in a continuous integration & delivery environment


  • 3+ years of professional experience
  • Computer science or computer engineering background
  • Deep understanding of at least 2 programming languages (e. g. Go or JavaScript)
  • Proven track record writing scalable backends serving high-volume traffic
  • Experience with databases (such as MariaDB, PostgreSQL, MongoDB or redis) and cloud environments (such as GCP or AWS) would be preferred
  • Familiar working in an agile environment following methodologies like Scrum
  • We love seeing contributions to existing open source projects or to the open source community
  • Strong sense of ownership, entrepreneurial & analytical thinking and attitude of continuous lifelong learning
  • Fluent in English is a must (written & spoken)

We offer

  • Flat hierarchies & quick decision making
  • We support you advancing your personal & professional career 
  • Exciting customers from, and insights into different industries
  • Industry standard compensation

How to apply

Please send us your CV to including your salary expectations, sample projects (including code, preferably a Git repository) and GitHub handle, if available.

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