K15t Software helps people to continuously improve how they work together. Based on Atlassian software for content management and collaboration, we build add-ons for a worldwide customer base, and we provide professional services to medium to large organizations in German-speaking countries.
We are looking for students from the Stuttgart region to join our Product Development team and help building add-ons for Atlassian Confluence or JIRA.
Depending on your skills and interests there are numerous things we offer:
- Work in a team of talented developers and designers and help building awesome software for the web
- Write client-side or server-side code
- Work with our support engineers to verify bugs and to provide solutions for our customers worldwide
- Publish knowledge base articles and contribute to user and technical documentation
- Informatics, computer science, or software engineering student (3rd semester or higher ideally)
- Strong motivation to learn and to use new technologies
- Experience with writing Java
- Ideally, some experience with the Spring Framework, Git, Jersey and/or REST
Knowledge of tools: your IDE, your favorite operating system and its command line (Windows or Unix)
Fluency in English
- Be a fully-fledged member on our team and work on challenging as well as exciting tasks
- Work with state-of-the-art technologies. Our tech stack includes Bamboo, Git, Jersey, JIRA, Maven, Spring, Velocity, React, D3, Gulp, webpack, IntelliJ/WebStorm, jQuery, Karma, npm, PhantomJS and maybe the next great library you develop or bring along
- Deep dive into the Atlassian ecosystem
- Regular hackathons (our famous "Hacketse"), yearly company outings, and other social events like LAN parties, film screenings, etc
- An awesome office in a Bauhaus style building on the Stuttgart East Side (7 min away from the main train station by bus)
- Free lunches, drinks, fresh fruit, and more
- A laptop which you may use for your studies as well
- And last but not least, a competitive salary
Don't spend hours on a perfect cover letter or CV. Instead, send a short message and include information about what is important about you. We are most interested in your previous experience, code that you have written or projects you have worked on.