Whether you are a career starter with a great thirst for knowledge or a long-standing specialist in your field - we look forward to getting to know you and to accompanying you on your further career path.
With whom you go your way? We are backend & frontend developers, project and key account managers, server people, accountants and trainees in various fields. But not only that, also TYPO3 nerds, online gamers, snowboarders, climbers, skiers, fishermen, DJ's, bowlers, judokas, photographers, Lego builders, RC car fans, yogis, wing suit flyers, moms, dads, dreamers, packers.
And we need you, your creativity, your ambition and your personality!
Of course, we could write long and wide now, how you should be. But we would much rather have you show us how you are!
You will not find a detailed list of hard skills requirements here. The most important thing for us is teamwork and motivation - the rest we will do together. If you have heard of TYPO3, this is of course an advantage.
Who we are looking for
We do not presuppose any studies or special training, but we are looking for competences. So if you are:
- HTML and frontend wizard or
- PHP-loving or
- Server Understanding or
- Communication ace or
then get back to us.
- Trainee for office management
- Trainee IT specialist for application development and system integration
- Trainee media designer
What may be a little unusual for us...
- We offer profound TYPO3 know-how
- With us, every colleague has a say when it comes to the orientation of the company
- We don't force you to use a computer, software or system - you choose your own computer (Mac or PC)
- A lot of team and TYPO3 events
- Part of the TYPO3 community
- A loose team
- Free time management
- Coffee & Waterflat
- foosball obligation
- Mountain view
Do you want to program/work for TYPO3 and the community? We support you!
Martin Huber - From developer to CTO
I'm just the "huaba" to everyone. At the beginning of 2012 I started working for in2code as a frontend developer. Meanwhile I lead a development team and as CTO it is my job to bring new ideas and techniques into the company. So we have chosen and adopted the most suitable SCRUM methods for our weekly sprints.
Because Rosenheim is a really cool location. Living and working in Rosenheim means not only Bavarian cosiness but also proximity to Munich and Salzburg and the Chiemgau Alps. Hiking, snowboarding, skiing, beer gardens, lake landscapes, summer holidays on Lake Garda or the Mediterranean are all possible in a very short time by train or car. Surfing or stand-up paddling at Lake Chiemsee or simply climbing, paragliding, ballooning - all this means for us: living where others spend their holidays.
David Richter - From apprentice to account manager
I've been on the job for over ten years now. I started as an apprentice for application development. But somehow it wasn't really my thing. In the meantime I am Professional SCRUM Master and Product Owner and the contact person for our biggest customers and solve their problems in an uncomplicated and direct way.