Being an engineer at Tonsser is not just about architecting and building great software. It's also about using those technical skills to put a dent in the world. We believe we're doing exactly that with our leading app for football players - the first step of our mission to disrupt an industry 🤜🌍💥
We're now starting to unfold the next steps of our mission, where we'll utilize the football player data by giving it back to coaches and clubs, thus empowering them to become data-driven when identifying, developing and managing their football talent.
To do this, we'll introduce a whole new category of products that will live on the web. You will own all web based products and take charge of making them absolutely stellar🚀 With your strong engineering background, you'll initially be very hands on in terms of architecting and building product, but as we grow you'll also get the opportunity to lead your own team.
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Your colleagues say you are:
- Creative engineer who has built several impressive things for the web.
- Communicative team player who thrives in a high speed execution environment.
You like to:
- Build and ship high quality and mind blowing features together with super talented colleagues.
- Measure the effects of what you've built and iterate relentlessly until you've nailed it.
- Influence the things you're working on by contributing to all steps of the development process.
- Constantly improve your skills by learning and experimenting.
- Work in the smartest ways possible - optimise and automate!
Your mother says you are:
- Dedicated, and sees things through
- High performer, but always humble
- Eager to learn, and always looking to develop yourself
We write cool things! Read our the latest thoughts from co-founder and CPO here to understand how we think:
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