We are an engineering office for software. We develop web-based software and specialise in complex portals and platforms that are simple to use, easy to find and work perfectly on any device. Our focus thereby always lies on the quality and security. 100% line coverage is the norm for our unit tests. Thanks to our location in Wallisellen near Zurich, we maintain short communication channels to our customers.
We are young, highly educated and our know-how covers the newest web technologies and systems. In today's fast-paced digital world we consider staying up-to-date and continuously educating ourselves as crucial. We don't develop cookie-cutter solutions, but approach every project as its own individual thing. This is why our projects are as unique as our customers.
We are looking for you as a software engineer to support our team.
In particular, this means:
We're not into heroics or all-nighters: this is a 40-hour per week job (or less, if you like to).
We're looking for candidates with (at least) a Bachelor Degree in an engineering discipline.
If you lack any of this, that’s no problem. We will teach you! We care about what you can do and how you do it, not about how you got here.
In particular, this means:
We value people who can take a stand yet commit even when they disagree. We subject ideas to rigorous consideration and challenge each other, but all remember that we’re here for the same purpose: to do good work together. That comes with direct feedback, openness to each others’ experience, and willingness to show up for each other as well as for the technical work at hand.
This is not a remote job. You are required to be located somewhere in Switzerland and that you come to the office once or twice a week. All the other days are up to you: you’re free to work where you work best: our office, home office, co-working space, coffeeshops.
Among our benefits there are:
Please submit an application with a CV and a cover letter that tells us about yourself and about what you can bring to Renuo. Tell us about something you’ve done, something that’s relevant to the kind of work we do, something that excites you. Overall, be descriptive, but don’t write a novel — 500 words or so is plenty.
If you've participated in open source work of any kind, please include links to pull requests, bug reports, feature pitches, or any other public engagement. Open-source participation is by no means a requirement, but if it's something you've done, we'd like to look at it.
We will reply to all applications. If you pass the first screening, you’ll be asked to come to our office for a day to meet and get to know each other. You’ll also be asked to do one or more technical exercises. Please consider whether you’d be willing to dedicate that time before applying.
Samuel Steiner ([email protected]) is looking forward to hear from you!