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Berlin - 8 jobs in January 2015

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We make a website called moviepilot.com using Ruby on Rails, Backbone.js, Node.js, Express, Puppet, Redis, Memcached, nginx, Varnish, MySQL, Elasticsearch, RabbitMQ and Neo4j .

We are looking for an experienced developer who enjoys using our frontend stack, loves movies, doesn't mind our coffee eccentric team members and is an all-round nice person. We’re a bunch of developers from Brazil, Germany, Greece, Poland and UK, and we often sit in our beautiful office directly at U-Stadtmitte in the center of Berlin.

Our current frontend stack includes: Node.js, Coffeescript, Express.js, Jade, Stylus, Backbone.js, gulp.js, mocha and WebdriverIO.

Ability to produce mobile-first, scalable and fully tested code is essential, in order to support our rapid growth.

A bit more about us: moviepilot is a website for movie fans to create awesome content around the movies they love. The best content is promoted everyday to a huge Facebook audience of 30M fans, producing over 70 million visits. From fan theories, viral lists, to recent trailers and breaking news, Moviepilot has grown to become the largest multi channel publisher on Facebook, and the fastest growing movie site in the world.

Are you interested? Just get in touch: giorgos@moviepilot.com

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Clue :: Berlin, Germany

We're a VC-backed, 14-person team working in the field of reproductive health. Check out our app on iOS (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/clue-period-tracker/id657189...) or Android (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.clue.andro...).

Hiring full-time people (including VISA help) for the following positions:

::: Android engineer :::

Clue for Android is built with minSdkVersion 15, RxJava with Retrolambda, Android Studio with Gradle for builds, and RecyclerView. We also have a prototype of the app running on Android Wear.

Details & apply: https://clue.workable.com/jobs/26729

::: Data scientist :::

You love getting insights from data and you're excited by the idea of applying that power to advancing the field of reproductive health. You should be handy with tools like R and D3.

Details & apply: http://clue.workable.com/jobs/27344

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Interested in Clue but don't see an open position that suits you?

If you've got technology, business, or science skills relevant to digital female health then drop us a line. We always like talking to interesting people: http://clue.workable.com/jobs/29801

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SumUp - Berlin, Germany - Front-End Web Developer (m/f)

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Key responsibilities

Expertise in Angular.js, our framework of choice, is a huge plus, but we're also interested in your history with other javascript frameworks such as Ember, Backbone, or Knockout. You are fluent in Javascript, not just jQuery, comfortable with modern front-end development tools like Grunt and Sass, and you are proficient (dare we say, pedantic) with Git. Your eye for UX and usability are also essential to succeed in this role. Experience with at least one server-side language, especially Ruby, demonstrates that you are the kind of flexible and well-rounded developer we are looking for.

What we expect from you

You care about performance, clean code, and enjoy experimenting with different approaches to a technical problem. And of course, you know your way around Linux and have either a Computer Science education or understand the equivalent fundamentals. You love to work as a reliable part in a dedicated, high-performance team. Your excellent communication and written skills in English will help you collaborate with team members from a wide range of countries and cultures. You love what you do and strive for improvement in all areas of your life – whether at work or in your free time. You are excited and motivated by a good challenge.

What you can expect from us

An amazing working environment at the beautiful riverside in Kreuzberg, Berlin – the heart of the most vibrant city in Europe. Short decision-making channels in a technologically demanding, international and motivating environment with flat hierarchies. Challenging tasks and responsibilities and a wide scope for action. This full-time job, now.

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If you’re interested in joining us, please send a copy of your CV and/or a link to your Github to careers@sumup.com. We look forward to hearing from you!

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One of our offices: Shanghai, China

We build products at the intersection of technology around data. Lots of data visualization, big data and infrastructure.

We work with large organizations on challenging problems (the World Bank, the United Nations, CNN) OR on our own products (mostly developer tools, things like http://devo.ps or http://octokan.com).

We are a multicultural team with French, American, British, Chinese, Korean, Dutch and Finnish colleagues. We are about to settle a third office in Berlin and are looking at remote hiring in Spain and Seoul.

We work a lot with Javascript (node.js, AngularJS), Python, occasionally Go and Erlang. Lots of single page apps, APIs and infrastructure automation.

We are looking for full-time or interns:

- Developers; front-end (HTML5 + Compass + AngularJS), backend (node.js, Python), ops (Python, Go).

- Designers; you have design chops, understand technology (HTML/CSS...) and do more than nice pictures (content strategy, color theory, ...).

- Strategist; you can quickly immerse yourself in a new field of knowledge, have a knack for data and are quick at recognizing patterns. You are a jack-of-all-trades that can think a solution and get it shipped, either alone or with a team.

- Marketing; you have what it takes to grow a brand or product online and understand how to leverage online and offline tools to get there.

- Business Development; if you are in Washington DC, Berlin or Paris, understand enough of our space and would like to help us grow our services, shoot us an email.

Drop me a line at job@wiredcraft.com, or go to http://wiredcraft.com/careers.html

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Berlin, Germany, 42reports GmbH, https://www.42reports.com/

Full time, No remote

Python Backend Developer

https://42reports.com/career/#/detail/backend-developer

We're hiring another experienced Python developer to help take care and expand our backend systems. We're mostly working with Django, Tornado, PostgreSQL, AngularJS, AWS.

As an analytics SaaS we have a few Terabytes of data to wrestle with and challenging tasks ahead of us.

Our team is still small and we have multiple roles to fill, depending on your experience and goals: be it full-stack dev, postgres expert or infrastructure dev.

If you enjoy programming in Python, have a knack for RDBMS and have developed and run production systems before then write us a message to jobs@42reports.com!

Oliver

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Contentful - https://www.contentful.com - Berlin, Germany (VISA)

We are hiring for several full time positions:

1. Backend JavaScript Developer - http://contentful.workable.com/jobs/14124

2. Sales Engineer / Consultant - http://contentful.workable.com/jobs/17959

3. Junior software developer (JS or ruby) - http://contentful.workable.com/jobs/27139

4. Sales Manager - http://contentful.workable.com/jobs/27142

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#7 of 8

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One of our offices: Shanghai, China

We build products at the intersection of technology around data. Lots of data visualization, big data and infrastructure.

We work with large organizations on challenging problems (the World Bank, the United Nations, CNN) OR on our own products (mostly developer tools, things like http://devo.ps or http://sweepboard.com).

We are a multicultural team with French, American, British, Chinese, Dutch and Finnish colleagues. We are about to settle a third office in Berlin and are looking at remote hiring in Spain and Seoul.

We work a lot with Javascript (node.js, AngularJS), Python, occasionally Go and Erlang. Lots of single page apps, APIs and infrastructure automation.

We are looking for full-time or interns:

- Developers; front-end (HTML5 + Compass + AngularJS), backend (node.js, Python), ops (Python, Go).

- CSS/HTML Designer Director; you have design chops, understand technology (HTML/CSS...) and do more than nice pictures (content strategy, color theory, ...). http://careers.wiredcraft.com/jobs/design-director/

- Strategist; you can quickly immerse yourself in a new field of knowledge, have a knack for data and are quick at recognizing patterns. You are a jack-of-all-trades that can think a solution and get it shipped, either alone or with a team.

- Online Marketing Intern; you have what it takes to grow a brand or product online and understand how to leverage online and offline tools to get there. http://careers.wiredcraft.com/jobs/online-marketing-intern/

- Business Development; if you are in Washington DC, Berlin or Paris, understand enough of our space and would like to help us grow our services, shoot us an email.

Join us, build sh*t that matters.

Drop me a line at job@wiredcraft.com, or go to http://wiredcraft.com/careers.html

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Data Science Retreat - Berlin or Remote

Data Science Retreat is the only bootcamp in the world with Chief-Data-Scientists as mentors. We train pretty good people with technical backgrounds into fully-employable data scientists, probably the fastest growing profession right now. We are about to start third second batch, profitable, and growing. If you have an exceptional network of companies, in the Valley or in the EU, we need you. Bringing companies to our hiring day, and getting them to happily leave with their new data science hire will be your job.

Does your network include lots of companies hiring data scientists? We need you. You have lived and worked in the US, preferrably in the Valley, and are plugged in.

The director of DSR cofounded a startup with a Ycombinator alumn, so it's not like we have zero network in the Valley, but this requires far more effort than we can allocate right now with the current team. If you are reading this from SF, and thinking about moving to Berlin, this is a good opportunity.

There are about 10x more data science jobs in the US than in EU, so our goal for the next batches is to serve the US market. We think the education we provide is top-notch, we just need to get noticed by companies hiring from the US.

If you are well-connected in EU, and know how to get to talk with exactly the right person at the right company: we need you. Even if you don't have a good network on the other side of the ocean. Prior start-up experience a plus.

We're looking for someone to take charge of operations, accounting, and event coordination at Data Science Retreat.

You will get to meet lots of interesting people and companies, and be at the center of the data science action in EU.

Find out more about DSR and apply at http://datascienceretreat.com/

We are profitable from day one and growing.

What makes you a strong candidate in our eyes?

-You have a network with the type of companies who are looking for a data scientist right now. -You can talk to anyone, get access to the decision maker, and get him on the phone -You identify with data-driven companies, and can speak their language -You have worked at a company that was data-driven, or whose main product was data -You have been in teams that included a data scientist

If you are applying for the EU position, you need good spoken German (native or close). You don't need to live in Berlin, but it'd be a plus

What we offer:

-Meaningful work, with a huge effect on people's lives. You will help people make a career change into arguably the fastest growing profession today. -Market rate pay, sizeable commission per company you brought that hired from DSR -A friendly and intellectual atmosphere, and a tight-knit and supportive team. -A warm and welcoming office (near lots of good food and transit). -You can sit on our classes when you are not busy; that is, you can start your path to become a data scientist yourself if you are interested -Lots of interaction with famous data scientists who come to teach or give talks. Examples: Ted Dunning, Drew Conway, Adam Blake, Mikio Braun, etc -Potential for growth. If you get things done, you will be a permanent hire. If you generate exceptional value, you can be a cofounder. If you understand the business side of DSR, and help achieving objectives, you will be a crucial part of it

What your day-to-day will look like:

-Contacting companies looking for data scientists, and introducing them to our program -Attending events, meetups, conferences -Giving talks -Connecting people -Following up with companies that expressed interest -Making sure companies are happy with their hires

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