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We are looking for a Software Engineer (m/f/d) (Full time / Part time (min. 30 hpw)) to join and support one of our agile development teams.
About the position:
You will be working with the team that develops and improves the software in the Fundraising project. This includes developing and maintaining the existing Fundraising app and infrastructure, as well as supporting the annual fundraising campaign (e.g. implementing banner designs). The position is full-stack (including backend and devops tasks), but has a focus on Frontend development.
You will be developing open source software that puts user needs first and increases users’ satisfaction. Our Fundraising efforts fuel our continued work for the Wikipedia community, our large-scale software projects such as Wikidata and Wikibase, and our efforts to help secure access to free knowledge around the globe, to name but a few examples.
What we offer:
Learn more about our team by visiting our Wikimedia Tech News Blog.
Technologies we use:
We also keep migrating our legacy code into these and newer technologies. Also, testing is important to us; we use testing frameworks and practice continuous integration across our projects.
Then apply now! Send us your detailed application documents via our job portal. Our personnel team will be happy to answer your questions. We kindly ask you to refrain from application photos and information on date of birth, marital status and parents. We look forward to hearing from you!
Wikimedia Germany is committed to equal opportunities and does not discriminate on the basis of, for example, ethnic origin, citizenship, religion or belief, political or other convictions, gender, age, disability or sexual identity or orientation.
In light of an underrepresentation of women in our engineering teams, we very much welcome a broad diversity of candidates.
Due to the current COVID – 19 situation, job interviews will only take place digitally.
Wikimedia Deutschland – Gesellschaft zur Förderung Freien Wissens e. V. is a non-profit organisation based in Berlin, Germany. With over 150 employees and about 100,000 members, it is the oldest and largest of about 40 independent chapters of the international Wikimedia movement. The best known Wikimedia project, the free online encyclopaedia Wikipedia, is used by millions of people across the world every day and is continuously updated and improved by millions of users.
Wikimedia Deutschland promotes these ideals even beyond the free encyclopaedia; it is our aim to establish and advocate for the creation, collection, and distribution of free knowledge in all parts of society. The Wikimedia vision is to create a world in which the sum of all human knowledge is freely accessible for everyone. The main focus of our activities is the support of volunteers, the development of technology and software, and the cooperation with cultural and scientific institutions. Furthermore, we advocate on both the national and EU-level a legal framework which allows for free knowledge to become part of our everyday life.