Senior Fullstack Engineer

Discipline: Software Engineering
Job type: Permanent
Salary: Negotiable
Contact name: Oscar Pye

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Job ref: 32151
Published: 3 months ago
Startdate: ASAP

Full Stack Engineer (Node/Typescript/React)

Who They Are

DS Group are working with a social investment platform that gives everyone access to the stock market and improves the investment experience by integrating a buzzing community of friends, peers and influencers.

They built the company to fit the way people connect today. It’s simple and straightforward to use and lets everyday people chat, share, follow, tag and engage with groups in a seamless flow – all inside a secure real-time trading platform.

Their team shows up to work every day to pour their brains, hearts and vision into a product that matters to us because we care about the people who use it. It’s a fresh, focused, inclusive and exciting work environment.

They welcome people from all backgrounds with great skills and vision to join their diverse, broadminded, international and non-hierarchical team.

They are backed by top tier consumer and fintech VCs and they are expanding fast across Europe. Remote and onsite positions are open now in their Paris, London, Amsterdam and Krakow offices.

What they are looking for

They are looking for an experienced Fullstack Engineer to join their growing tech team.

You will be responsible for the improvement (backend and frontend) of their internal backoffice. If you have excellent programming skills and a passion for developing applications or improving existing ones, they would like to meet you. As a Fullstack Engineer, you’ll work closely with their CTO to ensure system consistency and improve user experience.


• Participate in the entire application lifecycle, from specification to implementation and testing

• Write clean code

• Collaborate with internal users to improve our internal operations thanks to the backoffice

• Provide training and support to internal teams

• Participate in architecture and data model discussions