Full Stack Developer
Relief Applications is a young European-based organization serving the international humanitarian and development sectors. Founded in 2014, by an IT expert and an experienced humanitarian during the Red Cross response to the Haiyan (Yolanda) typhoon in the Philippines, we provide a variety of innovative services bridging humanitarian work and cutting-edge technology to disseminate new IT tools and significantly improve the efficiency of humanitarian organizations. Our clients include several United Nations organizations (WHO, ILO, UNESCO), Red Cross societies and NGOs such as WARCHILD, Action Against Hunger and many others.
At Relief Applications you will join a multinational team. You will be part of the innovation task force, imagining and creating cutting edge solutions to change how we help those affected by disasters.
Working as Full Stack Developer you will take part in a full software development lifecycle. Relief Applications always develops several projects simultaneously which requires the ability to adapt to new skills & tools quickly.
You will be working side by side with interns and collaborate with each sector to bring innovative tools to life. The main responsibilities will be to participate in the development of innovative solutions for the humanitarian sector (Python-Django, Angular/REACT).
· Degree in IT/Computer Science/Engineering
· 2-4 years
· Motivated developer with a passion for humanitarian development
· Strong team player with "can do" attitude
· Technical skills:
o Python/ Django
o Angular or REACT
· Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
· English is mandatory. Spanish and French desired but not essential
How to apply?
Please send your CV to email@example.com
Due to the nature of this position, only candidates legally eligible to work in the EU/EEA may apply.
Relief Applications is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages all candidates, irrespective of gender, nationality including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of the organisation.