Imagine if there was something we could all change today that would reduce global warming by 10% - That’s how much food waste contributes to the climate crisis, and yet we continue to waste 40% of all the food produced.

Our app connects consumers to surplus food from local restaurants and grocery stores, such as pastries, fresh produce, sushi and more, which would otherwise be thrown away. 

Too Good To Go is looking for an Android Developer to join our company, working within our Retail Technologies Solution, focusing purely on the FoodMemo platform, to effectively support retailers in reducing in-store food waste. This comes after the exciting announcement that we have recently acquired CodaBene, A French Tech start-up, with the same mission as us; fighting food waste!

The role

As a Senior Android Developer, you will participate in all stages of the creation of our application, these include:

  • Development of our native Android application (Kotlin)
  • Maintenance and continuous improvement of our architecture
  • Writing unit tests
  • Choice of technologies and libraries to implement
  • Definition of UI and UX in collaboration with the product team
  • Implementation and transmission of best practices within the Android Dev team

Tech Stack

  • Android SDK
  • Jetpack Compose
  • Kotlin
  • Architecture MVVM
  • AppCenter
  • Git (BitBucket)

Requirements

  • Proven experience in an Android Development position.
  • Experience with relational database and SQL language management
  • Having strong human and interpersonal qualities
  • Is hungry to make a difference.
  • Enjoys actively participating in a cross-functional product team.

What we offer

  • A rare opportunity to work in a social impact company (and certified B Corporation!) where you get to wake up every day knowing you’re achieving positive change.
  • The experience of being part of an international company with 1200 + enthusiastic and highly talented teammates across 17 countries (and counting) – always ready to share knowledge and support!
  • Strong personal as well as professional development in an intense and high-growth scale-up environment.
  • An open company culture where you have the independence and room to unleash your creativity.
  • A strong team culture where successes are celebrated together.

Interested...

Now that we have caught your attention, it is time for you to catch ours. Please make sure to include your English resume and a simple 1-page cover letter telling us why you are the right fit for us. All applications are continuously evaluated by real people!

Our values:

# We fight together: food waste is a big beast to fight. We can do it if we fight together as Waste Warriors with no ego. We believe in a #oneteam.

# We raise the bar: we always push for more. We work smart, smash barriers and elevate one another.

# We keep it simple: our ambitions are bold but our solutions are simple.

# We build a legacy: we’re proud of the change we’re driving.

# We care: we always look out for each other. Caring is also about the way we do business. We do the right thing.

How to apply

We take recruitment very seriously, so please carefully read everything we have written above. Please also check our website and international media in order to get a good overview of Too Good To Go.

Submit your CV and Cover letter in English telling us why you are the right fit for this position.

Please note that we only accept applications coming through our platform. No CV or Cover Letter will be accepted by email or LinkedIn direct messaging.


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A Movement for Everyone
We want to inspire and empower everyone to fight food waste together. With that mission, it’s only natural that we want to build a diverse and inclusive team of highly capable individuals who are passionate about doing things in a better way. We strongly believe we all excel and are more creative when we’re allowed to be ourselves, and we’re committed to a culture where all of us belong.
We are an equal opportunity employer and all employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit and business need. If you need reasonable accommodation at any point in the application or interview process, please let us know.

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