We are looking for new colleagues!
EDIA, founded in 2004, is a specialist in educational technology and rapidly growing. From a long-term relationship with our clients we devise and develop e-health and e-learning solutions for (higher) educational institutions, publishers, governments, mental healthcare and other organizations.
We are a strong proponent of open standards and open source software. Not surprisingly, many of our products and services are based on these principles. We like to be ahead so we are continuously developing in our field to keep up with trends and innovations. At EDIA 40 motivated professionals work with a taste for elegant and effective solutions.
We currently have the following open positions:
Medior Back-End Developer
As a back-end developer within EDIA, you are involved in a project from inception to completion. We offer a variety of projects and products you’ll get to work on. Besides programming, your work involves devising solutions, choosing the right technology and demonstrating your work to the client. Naturally, as a knowledge hungry developer, you are open to sharing your knowledge with the entire team.
Software Developer - Open Application
We are always looking for great Front End and Full Stack developers. As our developer you are involved in a project from inception to completion. You will work in a Scrum team consisting of four developers, a tester and a product owner. EDIA works team centered with one and occasionally two projects per sprint.
What to do if you want to apply or have questions about our vacancies?
Please send your brief motivation and your resume to email@example.com. Direct your application to Michael de Rooy.
The application process can take several weeks. You will receive a confirmation message that we have received your application. We let you know whether you will or will not be invited for an interview.
For any questions you can call us at 020-716 36 12 (ask for Michael de Rooy) or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to your response!