Deutsche Bahn has reposted two jobs from the past. Again you have to be able to work in German in Germany.
DB in Frankfurt has a very interesting job as a full stack developer in the team that works on timetables. In particular timetables are directly uploaded to the trains.
You must be able to work in Germany and speak German very well. In addition you must be able to speak English.
Deutsche Bahn, the train people in Germany, have re-listed two jobs. I’m not going to translate any more of this because right now, if you are not already living in Frankfurt, where these jobs are, there is no way that you’re going to get there.
Like trains? Speak German and can work in Germany? We have jobs with DB or one of their subsidiaries:
- In Frankfurt – Informatiker als Junior Entwickler für die Fahrplan IT in Frankfurt am Main gesucht.
- Similar job, but more senior, again in Frankfurt – Senior Software Entwickler für den Fahrplan der Zukunft
- In Frankfurt as well, but more web oriented – Software Entwickler Java Smalltalk Angular
- Again in Frankfurt, but more DevOps oriented – Full-Stack-Entwickler Java
- This looks the the Junior DevOps version – Junior Softwareentwickler Java
And if you don’t like trains but do like insurance then in Cologne we have a job at adesso insurance solutions. Again good knowledge of German and can work in Germany.
Two more jobs at Deutsche Bahn.
The first is designing timetables in Smalltalk and Angular. You will of course need experience as well as German and English. Of course you also need the ability to live and work in Germany.
The second is primarily in Java but Smalltalk experience is helpful. Again, German and English and the ability to live and work in Germany.
Two new jobs at DB (Deutsche Bahn, the German Train Operator) in Frankfurt. One of them is for a junior position and the second is for a more Senior one. Both require that your work in Germany in Frankfurt, and, both require excellent German and English.
Do note that you most likely need the ability to work in the EU for these jobs. There is no mention of helping you get a work permit.
For those of you who want to work in Cologne and speak/write German well there is a new job with VisualWorks Smalltalk. It pays between 40K and 60K Euros and they are searching for a position at a client. Good Luck!
If you have at least 3 years of VisualWorks experience and can speak and write German, plus would love to live in the beautiful city of Cologne then this could be an excellent job.
I’m going to guess that you need to be able to work in Germany as well.
A starting Smalltalk job in Ludwigshafen with BASF. This is a 3 year contract. You clearly need to work in German and work in Germany.
Like trains? Like NP hard problems? Then Deutsche Bahn might have the job for you. You need to be able to work in Frankfurt am Main and also need to be fluent in German and English.
Or maybe smaller German Cities are more interesting in which case Bison has a job for you in Kaiserslautern. You again need to be legal to work in Germany and fluent in German.
CGI in Le Mans France is still looking for Smalltalkers. If I had to guess you could just contact them since they seem to have a big interest in Smalltalk even if this announcement has expired. From the US perspective you probably need to have a university degree. And, of course, you need to be able to live and work in France, and, therefore work in French as well.
The first is in Le Mans France with CGI, a contracting company. You need to be able to work in French, and, work in France. They are looking for a medium level of experience of 5 years.
The second is in either Munich or Karlsruhe as a project manager in the energy sector with Kisters. Like the job in France you need to be able to work in German, and, work in Germany. They are also very interested that you know the energy business.
Interesting job in Le Mans France with CGI. I’m going to guess that you must be fluent in French, and, of course, you must have the rights to work in the EU.
Very cool job at Thales in Brest France working with 3D, VR and Pharo. Do note that Thales has joined the Pharo Consortium so they seem into Smalltalk.
NB: This is a 6 month internship (Stage in French) aimed at people finishing their BAC. So this is probably only useful if you are a French student in France.
Interesting job in south Cologne Germany developing client/server software and web applications in Visual Works for German Occupational Pensions. You must speak and write German. This is a permeate position and looks worthwhile if you can work in German and would like to live in Cologne.
Two jobs in Germany.
Roche in Berlin is looking for Smalltalkers, ideally with ObjectStudio or VisualWorks. The announcement points out that one needs to speak and write both English and German well.
In Cologne a company is also looking for a VisualWorks programmer with a minimum of 3 years of experience. Written and spoken German is required.
Telna has a job in Toronto for an experienced Smalltalker.
Telna is a global network operator that focuses on providing “out of the box” connectivity to devices, machines, users and manufacturers. We are changing the way networks operator, by focusing on scalable software-defined networks that can be deployed anywhere in the world in minutes rather than years.
We are looking for Software Engineers to join our network team to design and develop the core tools that drive our “Network as a Service” platform. Development experience in smalltalk is mandatory.
This is a unique opportunity that will give the selected candidate(s) the ability to learn about the operations of a mobile network and hands-on experience developing the software systems that form the backbone of our services.
Mandatory Skills Required:
- 4+ years of Smalltalk Development (Pharo preferred )
- Strong understanding of Linux and databases (MongoDB, MySQL)
- Telecom experience
While a Bachelors degree in Computer Science, Engineering or related is required, relevant experience will be taken into consideration.
Telna welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.
Job Type: Full-time
- Smalltalk Development: 4 years (Required)
- Pharo development: 4 years (Preferred)
- Bachelor’s (Required)
Smalltalk position in fashionable Milan. Not much details beyond at least 2 years of Smalltalk.
Inria opended a call for experienced researchers. This is a three year contract, with in total 8 research positions.
– Have a French doctorate or an equivalent international degree
– Be able to prove at least eight years of research and/or post-doctoral academic or industrial experience;
– No age or nationality conditions.
– Deadline: April 3rd, 2018
Before writing their research program, the applicants are strongly encouraged to contact the teams
or project(s)-teams leaders concerned by their applications. More information on the official website:
Join one of our two lines of research: Tools for Software Maintenance or New Programming
Language Constructs for Software Evolution.
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than that of very big cities such as Paris and London.
RMoD is an Inria research project team. It consists of 5 permant researchers (Inria CR and DR, as
well as University Assistant Professors) and Engineers, postdocs and students (Master and PhD).
RMoD is an international team with more than 20 members from six countries.
Please contact the head of the research team: Stephane Ducasse or one
of the following group members: Nicolas Anquetil, Marcus Denker