Well-educated IT professionals such as yourself are rare, and that makes you a sought-after commodity in the marketplace. That means you have plenty of choice about where to start your career. What are you going to look for?
Fortunately, you don’t have to choose at Sqills.
At Sqills you get the opportunity to put your knowledge into practice right away, but we also think it is important that you get a chance to continue to develop into the IT professional you want to be. Here you get experience by doing, but also by learning.
That’s why you’ll join in with the daily stand-ups with one of our DevOps teams right away and gain practical experience. Because you only truly get better at something by doing it again and again.
Within Sqills we work with Agile DevOps teams. These teams are a combination of Developers, Testers, and a Product Owner. Each team is jointly responsible for the entire development cycle of their microservice(s).
Together you develop microservices in the AWS Cloud. We also believe that ownership and quality are important, so each team is responsible for testing services themselves.
Being responsible also means that you prevent and solve problems in the various production environments. You will do this with the help of New Relic, Sentry, Kibana and Prometheus to name but a few tools. Does something go wrong late at night? Then the team will be notified immediately.
Within the teams, we work with different programming languages (e.g., Java, Go, Rust, Kotlin,), which allows you to continue to challenge yourself here too.
A completed IT education at HBO or WO level;
Strong analytical skills;
An eagerness to learn and someone who is truly happy when it comes to learning new skills knowledge and developing it further;
Excellent communication skills in both Dutch and English.
Are you our new Software Developer (IT starter)? Then we are also very curious about you!
Having our microservices running on AWS makes us scalable for any customer anywhere in the world.
Spend more time on code, less with debugging.
Writing less code is always good - less is more.
Version management...what else would you use?
Runs all of our code in many containers in a microservice landscape