Developer (C#, ASP.NET MVC, JS)
We are Ludopoli, an international design & development firm based in Zürich. Founded in 2008, we have worked on projects for some of the world’s most recognisable brands.
We build products for web, tablets, and mobile devices and specialise in content publishing and content tracking solutions for the media, as well as data visualisation and UX/UI design. Our products include Flowli, a powerful and innovative API-based publishing system.
We are looking for a Developer to complement our distributed team. You will play a crucial role in our development team and will be working on an exciting range of products and services for our clients, as well as our publishing system Flowli.
Please note that this is a remote work, full-time contractor position. Please mind that, thanks both to reasons of accessibility, as well as legal/IP, you should be based in Europe to be considered for this position.
- You should have experience in developing complex web applications
- You are experienced in .NET technology (c#, ASP.NET MVC)
- You are hands-on, self-motivated, and love finding creative solutions for complex problems
- You are a pro-active communicator and are able to effectively present and explain your work and design decisions
- You are fluent in both written and spoken English
Nice to have:
- Experience in MongoDB
- Experience with Search Engine APIs
- Experience with Social Media APIs
- Experience with ELK (Elastic Search, Logstach, Kibana)
- You are experienced in working remotely
- A highly competitive pay package
- The freedom to work from anywhere you choose (we don't have a permanent office)
- Flexible working hours
- Exciting projects in media and charity
- Working with and learning from a super friendly, highly motivated and skilled international team
- Working with the latest technologies, including .NET Core
Contact and Application:
If this sounds interesting or you would like to know more, please contact us with all the relevant information, in particular a short CV, a list of projects worked on (and, is possible) URLs to those projects or Github accounts.