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Robot Fullstack Developer (m/f)

Permanent employee · München

About us
Magazino stands for robotics in a real world application with the best ROS team in Europe with which we are on the edge of new technologies. We offer interesting and challenging tasks, responsibility from the beginning, freedom of choice, a relaxed atmosphere, a bundle of benefits and a fantastic team. Are you interested in how this looks like? Come and see! 
Your tasks
  • As an experienced Fullstack developer you can help us create both aesthetic and usable web-based interfaces for our robots to be used by our developers, robot operators and customers
  • Turn fuzzy requirements from our roboticists and rough ideas of our designers into working code and functional user interfaces
Requirements
  • Enthusiasm about robots that do stuff in the real world
  • Ability to think outside of the box
  • 3-5 years experience in web development
  • Advanced knowledge of modern web technology including HTML5, JavaScript, CSS, template languages, Vue JS, jQuery, WebSockets, Grunt
  • Working knowledge of Python for Web development, e.g. Django
  • Experience with usability
  • Fluent English required, basic knowledge of German helpful
What we have to offer
  • A future-oriented job in a quickly growing startup
  • High personal responsibility & room to maneuver
  • An innovative team with flat hierarchies
  • 100% startup atmosphere and regular team events
Who we are
We’re a robotic startup located in Munich, Germany, which develops and produces a perception driven logistics robot. Our robots are deployed in several warehouses and solve real customer problems. With over 80 employees we’re one of the biggest Advanced-Robotics-Teams in Europe. 

We are looking forward to your application!

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