As a System Engineer at Erasys, you will join the infrastructure team’s responsibility for the operation of planetromeo.com
You will manage the production systems powering the Romeo platform, including maintenance, monitoring, troubleshooting, performance tuning and security. In collaboration with the backend software engineers you will contribute to our continuous effort to modernize and evolve our infrastructure.
You will design, develop, deploy and maintain exciting new features, that help gay people find friends, dates and love.
We work primarily with a React/Redux/Sagas stack on a day-to-day basis. We are also in the process of migrating code from a well written and well-maintained Backbone.js/Marionette.js app to this new stack. Aside from the main product, we also maintain and document a React-based components library and are working towards a design system.
We interact with a microservices-oriented backend, a mixture of Node.js and PHP APIs.
Product Designer UX/UI
Are you ready for your next adventure? Join us as Product Designer in our Berlin office. Play a key role in shaping and continuously improving the gay online dating experience.
In your role as Product Designer you will be working in cross-functional teams on the establishment and maintenance of a consistent design language across our products.
FAQ for applicants
What if I am not from Germany?
If you are a citizen from the EU, EEA or Switzerland, no problem! There is no extra paperwork necessary than the usual registration with the local registry office, which also German citizens have to do. You can directly send your application to us!
What if I dont speak German?
This is not a problem, our office language is purely English! Though you will need good English skills to catch up with everybody. And if you’re worried about your German, we offer classes.
Is it a problem if I am not gay?
You would certainly not be the first non-gay colleague to join our company. All genders and sexual orientations are welcome, as long as working on a gay centered product is not a problem for you.
What if I’m from outside the EU?
In this case it is not quite as easy, but still possible to work with us, if you take care of the necessary steps. Depending on your country of origin, this might involve residence and work permits. There is a german phone number of the Federal Employment Office to answer questions around this topic: +49 (0)228 713 2000 and also an information sheet to help you get the paperwork done.
How does the application process work?
Please write to us directly via the email address mentioned in the relevant job description. We will contact you back. For most applications the first step is normally a Skype interview. The next step would be a test or directly invite you to Berlin for an in-person interview. Good luck!