To all developers! In order to move our new SaaS application for the training industry from test to beta (and beyond) we are looking for a full-stack developer.
Momice is the Dutch market leader in the event software industry. We want to help as many event managers become better at their jobs. We noticed training and courses are actually micro-events: people come together to learn and connect. They need proper software to automate the registration, communication and evaluation, just like event managers! So decided to build a new tool, specifically for that industry, called Griffle. The test version of this product is about to be released and from that stage we move to the beta version later this year.
1. Keep an overview of all training and course metrics (participants, capacity, turnover and ratings etc.)
2. Save time by automating all manual operations like registrations, payments, communication and invoicing.
3. Sell more courses with a branded, optimised landing page.
4. Realise growth objectives with insights about clients, feedback and reporting.
5. Enrich the experience for participants offering a handy participant page with all information about the course.
By working effectively with a small development team, we achieved a lot in the first phase. We are now looking for an experienced full-stack developer that is aware of the latest techniques and excited to put them into practice in our new product.
Of course, we want your experience and skills to match with our tech stack. We look for a person who is flexible. Yes we love scrum and agile, but we have our own agile-like method that works well for us at the moment. The team is too small to allocate all the scrum-roles, so we combine different roles. We review and improve our method on a regular basis, but it requires a flexible attitude from you.
On the frontend we use:
On the backend we use:
The software is running on:
Experience with React / Node.js is crucial. Either you have set up new services or features using these techniques, or you’re able to quickly figure out how to do it. Besides developing the product, you give your input for the design, in terms of UX or other areas of your expertise. You are creating the new product, not only building it.
We prefer someone who is comfortable on the front-end and back-end. You take the basics like Git, Jira, and a good ci/cd system and make them work. You are free in the choice of your development tools and hardware - as long as you can push code, we’re happy to cheer you on and let you work in the way that feels best for you.
The Momice Group team consists of 20 team members in total. The Griffle team is now 5. You’ll be working mostly with the Dev & design team consisting: Arjan (CTO), Enrique (Lead / back-end developer), Sabrina (UX-designer), Myhra (visual design).
We work in 2-week sprints. Within this sprint we expect you to think and develop with us for the best front-end but also UX solutions. We have daily stand-ups, and a weekly meeting (‘Mo-ment’) with everyone in the team. Also, there are quarterly meetings for review and future plans. But mostly, you are developing a brand new tool and looking for creative solutions for a product in a very new niche market.
Please note: you'll be working in an international team. Mastery of the English language is therefore required.
You are part of the creation of a new SaaS product, backed by a company that is very successful in the SaaS events industry. We are on the verge of launching this new product in a test version, followed by a beta version this year. We believe Griffle will be one of the most popular products in the training/course industry. Hundreds or thousands of course organisers and participants will enjoy the great experience of Griffle. You can be part of that journey!
Are you interested or do you have some questions first? Send us an email with CV and short personal motivation to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recruiters: Please do not contact us. Although you probably have the perfect candidate for us, we are very happy with our recruitment agencies and we are loyal to them. Therefore we will not respond to your offers.