Full Stack Software Engineer (m/f)

„In technology it’s about the people: getting the best people, retaining them, nurturing a creative environment and helping to find a way to innovate.“

Support our growth

In order to grow our business, we are looking for a Full Stack Software Engineer (m/f) to start in Q1 2019.

Closelink is an online platform that helps to reduce costs in technical ship management. You should be a highly motivated Software Engineer with the goal to achieve the best possible results for our customers.

As an Engineer at Closelink your mission does not end with the implementation of new features. In fact you are responsible for the entirety of your features including client structure, API design, implementation, and automated testing. It is also essential that you take part in improving engineering standards, tooling, and processes.


  • impress us!

Desired skills:

  • experience in building web applications professionally

  • comfortable working in different parts of the stack

  • excellent software development skills in Java

  • experience with frontend languages such as JavaScript, CSS, HTML

Supportive arguments:

  • experience with No-SQL databases such as MongoDB

  • experience with Java frameworks such as Spring

  • experience with JavaScript frameworks such as React or AngularJS

  • experience building and running production systems

  • experience with Cloud Computing platforms (e.g. Amazon AWS)

What we offer:

  • a modern, inspiring work environment

  • a small and highly motivated team

  • opportunity to take part in starting a business

  • full IT equipment

  • office with beer tab & table tennis

If you are ready to take ownership, hungry for new challenges and striving for personal development, contact us.

Send your resume/CV to personal@closelink.net.

Please include the following statement in your application: „I hereby authorize Closelink GmbH to process my personal data included in my job application for the needs of the recruitment process in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation.“