If you are a Java Developer who wants to start a new job adventure, do not hesitate to check our offer!
We are waiting for you!
Send us your CV via the recruitment form.
Let us know you want to work at Leocode!
Your future team leader will call to ask a few crucial questions.
We’ll test your coding skills in the wild to see if you’re a true king of the software dev jungle.
Once we know you’ve got skills, we’ll work together for a bit to test them in the field.
When we’re sure you fit, we sign an agreement and get you your new work equipment.
We value friendliness and team spirit. You can simply be yourself, no dress-code or unnecessary guidelines – as long as you’re a true team player.
We’re ambitious and strive to be the best, so our culture is largely based around self-development and knowledge sharing. We want you to grow, go to meetups and conferences, and we invest in your skills.
Do you prefer to work in the wee small hours of the morning, or do you feel most productive under the cover of the night sky? Doesn’t matter to us – work when you please.
Multiple different packages of medical insurance to pick from for you and your family.
The king of the jungle has to be in good shape – we pay for your access to any gym or sports facility you want.
We organise team get-togethers 2 times a year to discuss our progress, get to know each other better, and party the same way that we work – hard!
Have time to relax and indulge in your hobbies, or kick back with your buddies. We do Starcraft Clan Tuesdays, regular evenings with board games and pizza, and more!
You won’t be climbing the imaginary steps of a pointless company hierarchy. We’re all equals on the Leocode team, and everybody is compensated based on their skills, experience, and workload.
We believe that remote work is the way of the future. Don’t worry about stressing to get to the office on time – work from home, from a coffee shop, or from a sunbed by a pool.
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