AOE is a rapidly growing agile IT company, with currently 250+ employees worldwide. We are looking for a qualified Golang Developer (m/f/d) for permanent employment for our new office in Frankfurt.
Are you interested in taking on responsibility in an agile team with enormous development opportunities and realizing your visions with a team of extraordinary professionals in a relaxed working environment? Are you a passionate developer? Then AOE is the right place for you. You can expect demanding activities on an international level and numerous well-known projects. By the way, for us love of code and code quality is more important than deadlines, budgets and spaghetti code.
AOE is a leading global technology and consulting company that supports large companies in strategic digitalization efforts. The focus is on the development of innovative E-Commerce and portal solutions based on Open Source technology. With our 250+ employees at our headquarters in Wiesbaden and 5 locations worldwide, we handle hundreds of implementations for well-known global companies such as Deutsche Telekom, congstar, Commerzbank, Frankfurt Airport, Heathrow Airport, Singapore Airlines, Angry Birds, Sony and Panasonic. Based on our top employee ratings on Kununu, we have consistently ranked among the top 5 companies in Germany in the categories of best employer and work-life balance in recent years.
Our brand-new office in Frankfurt will open in spring 2019. The office is located on Baseler Platz, five minutes' walk from the Frankfurt main train station and the Main river. For the opening, we are planning to have some 30 employees at our new location; in the future, the Frankfurt team is to be expanded to approximately 100 employees. We value an excellent working environment, freely designable workspace and a pleasant atmosphere. Having fun at work and the freedom for short time-outs are also important to us.
If you are interested in a position at AOE, then apply today. We are very curious to hear your story. Our application process is quite informal, so you needn’t fear unpleasant questions, assessment centers or the like.