At Otto Car, we're building in-house world-leading fleet management software. We are looking for creative engineers to join us!
We're looking to form our first technology team, and you'll be working at our headquarters in Hammersmith alongside people from most teams in the company including our claims, credit control, servicing and marketing teams. Our sales team is spread across several branches in London and other cities. We schedule regular learning sessions for the whole team to understand more about all aspects of the company and the industry.
We are a team of 50 that have a variety of different backgrounds, and are proud to be growing. We'd love to have you join us.
At Otto Car, you'll get to work with a lot of exciting new technology:
We rely mainly on:
Vue.js for our user interfaces
Nuxt.js and the Serverless Framework for server-side setup
React Native for cross-platform mobile apps
Wordpress for our front-facing website (but you won't be working with this much)
You don't need to have a computer science (or similar) degree for this role. You should apply if:
you like the sound of the work we do!
you love learning and playing around with new tehcnologies and frameworks.
you believe in clean code, simple solutions, the importance of testing and continuous deployment.
you look forward to being in a friendly and inclusive team with lots of autonomy and shared ownership
you enjoy taking ownership of features and products from the idea stage to launch.
you think that a small team of empowered and passionate developers is the best way to deliver awesome software.
you're a fan of sustainable mobility and electric vehicles.
We offer competitive salaries based on skills and experience, ranging from £40,000 - £60,000 per annum.
Working for Otto comes with benefits, including but not limited to:
30 days holiday (including public holidays)
Frequent company social and sports events
Discounts on cinema tickets, restaurants, shopping, and more
Working from home one day a week
Our interview process typically consists of an initial phone screen, a take-home code task, and a half-day on-site interview. We will ask for references, and might ask to see something you've recently built (we don't mind if it's something you built personally at a hackathon, or if it is something you built as part of your current or a past job).
At this time, we are unable to sponsor visas for anyone willing to apply for this role.