Our mission is to become the undisputed number one software supplier for the public transport market. This starts with people, people with ambition, people like you!
Are you someone with ambition? Someone who wants to grow? Then we offer you the opportunity to do so. Find if Sqills is a match for you Sqills - and match with Sqills!
We license and implement S3 Passenger, our own SaaS distribution system, all over the world. S3 Passenger is a complete inventory, reservation and ticketing software suite for train and bus operators. More than 35 operators in 9 countries use S3 Passenger, including SNCF (France), SJ (Sweden), Eurostar (England/France) and VIA Rail (Canada).
At Sqills we work with self-managing teams. Each team is responsible for its own microservices. This means that each team most focus on quality. It also means that you are part of a diverse team where everyone has their own expertise.
🙋♂️ 160+ diverse colleagues
💼 Flat corporate structure
💻 A brand-new MacBook
👨💻 Open for innovation
🥪Lunch in our Grand Café
🍺 Friday drinks on our roof terrace
🌴 Team and company outings
💰 Profit sharing / Supplementary pension
#1 – A bit of patience
We will carefully review your application and within a week you will know if we will invite you for an interview.
We will contact you by phone to schedule an interview to go over a number of things. That way expectations are clear from both sides.
Time to really get to know each other. You’ll often have a first interview with our HR manager and one of the team leads to discuss your needs and expectations.
Was the first interview a success on both sides? Then we would like to invite you for a second interview.
#5 -Welcome aboard!
Two conversations in the books and still enthusiastic about each other? Then we will make you an offer. If you agree we can welcome you as our new colleague. Welcome to Sqills!
At Sqills our culture is the foundation of our success. Sqills started as a passion project, and it still is one today. A project we enjoy working on together. At Sqills it is important we know why we do things, so everybody can live up to our values.
What are some core components of our culture?
I've never done it before....
There are plenty of proverbs, but we prefer to call it "being down to earth". If you have an idea that you believe would make things better: just go for it.
Because a good idea is worth nothing if you can't implement it. That is why we will remain flexible and believe in just trying things out instead of continuously writing cases about it. After all, we got as far as we did by just doing. And of course, not everything works out the first time around, but we learn from these experiences together.
Open and honest with each other
We are open and honest with each other, that is part of our strength. If we don't agree on something, we make sure that we discuss it together.
Being honest, direct and open is extremely important to us - also to our customers. Because if we expect that from each other, which means our customers can expect that from us too.
At Sqills we are constantly moving, we are set up to be flexible. This is in part to facilitate our constant growth, and in part because it allows us to respond much quicker to a constantly changing industry.
This is reflected in our tooling and the way we work. Does a module work better in Kotlin than in Java? Just use that. Also, when a certain programming language works better for specific applications, we add it to our stack. And if we think we should outsource our pen testing to the community? Why not do so?
Always going the extra mile for our customers. That is why we did not choose our own tagline: it was given to us by our customers. Because we constantly strive to exceed their expectations.
And exceeding expectations means showing that little bit of extra effort to surprise a customer. That is why Sqills only employs people who are passionate about their profession and full of ambition to make the most out of our experience. That's why we are well on our way to becoming global market leader in our industry.