SHARE NOW stands for the world’s first free-floating car-sharing service – the biggest innovation in the car business since the invention of the car. We come from a long line of pioneers in the car-making industry and challenging the status quo is how we like to play. Our mission now is personal freedom: To make it possible for anybody to drive in the city without breaking the bank – or the environment.
Our global headquarters is in Berlin, Germany, and we operate across Europe. We offer an exciting, fast-growing environment in which everyone has equal opportunity to bring ideas to the table. We believe the future is about personal freedom and that everyone has a role to play. We are more than 500 employees of over 30 nationalities spread out across the globe. You could be one of them.
Our teams are located in the heart of Berlin, and in the beautiful city of Hamburg, right next to the river Elbe. We design, develop and make the Share Now apps for Android, BlackBerry, iOS and Windows Phone.
We’re currently hiring an experienced Java Developer for our location in Berlin.
WHERE YOUR EXPERTISE IS NEEDED
- Build, maintain and monitor the rental services
- Design, develop and support our backend services and respective APIs
- Make improvements and iterations to our service architecture and our continuous integration practices
- Proven record of professional commercial experience of development in Java and/or Kotlin
- Deep knowledge of Spring Framework
- Working knowledge of Docker, Kubernetes, RabbitMQ and AWS
- Experience in working with CI-friendly environments, RESTful APIs and messaging systems
- Knowledge/Interest in frontend development with vue.js is desirable
- Good English language skills (spoken and written)
- The ability to work autonomously in an agile and creative environment, where every idea matters
- Development possibilities for personal and professional growth
- Monthly Mobility Allowance for your own SHARE NOW experience
- Company pension, flexible working hours and 30 days of paid vacation days per year
- Informal atmosphere and global Townhall meetings