Two Pharo related jobs.
The second is a Full Stack Engineer at Yesplan.be in Belgium.
Both jobs are in the EU so you probably already need the ability to work in the EU etc.
There are three new jobs in Frankfurt with Deutsche Bahn. You will need to be fluent in German, and, of course have the right to work in Germany.
Good luck on your search!
Yesplan in Belgium is looking for some folks. The job announcement is:
At Yesplan (www.yesplan.be), we are looking for a motivated and inspiring new colleague to join our ambitious software engineering team.
Yesplan is an intuitive venue management web application. We are the leading software system for small and large theaters, concert halls and event venues in the Benelux and currently expanding in Europe and beyond. We strive for our users to enjoy using Yesplan, through intuitive and attractive design. Yesplan is continuously evolving software; we integrate with key apps and have an open API.
As a software engineer at Yesplan, you work with the entire team on our entire technology stack: from the database and the backend to the front-end and integrations with other products. In addition to the technical implementation, you also participate in the analysis and design of product extensions and improvements. You also contribute to all devops processes, technical support and operational standby.
We strive to deliver high quality through agile software development. If you’ve already done pair programming, code reviews, and daily stand-ups, and are committed to a devops culture with shared responsibilities, you’ll probably fit right in.
We’re looking for a team player who isn’t afraid to express their opinion. It’s through the continuous exchange of ideas and the occasional constructive discussion that we reach the best decisions for our product, our customers, and our team.
Check out the full vacancy at https://yesplan.be/en/vacancy/full-stack-software-engineer
4 Jobs at Deutche Bahn in Frankfurt. For all of them you will need to be fluent in German as well as have the right to live and work in Germany.
DB Group in Frankfurt has a job that involves Smalltalk though the work is primarily Java. The work involves working with DB’s timetable. NB: You will need to speak, read and write German well and should have good English skills. Also you will need to be able to work in the EU.
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:
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.