Full Stack developer
At Unc Inc you develop for positive impact. In a close-knit team you work together on innovative products for mission-driven brands. Digital tools, platforms, websites, apps, everything you make must be beautiful, functional and future-proof. With our human centered approach you help our partners to create value for their audience.
What do we offer?
What will you be doing?
As a Full Stack Developer you will work on various projects in a small, self-managing and multidisciplinary team. You are given a lot of responsibility and can sometimes interact directly with the customer, if you wish. Sometimes these are start-ups where you can shape the entire foundation of the platform, sometimes they are large platforms that are used intensively. Always, however, you have the opportunity to develop and share your knowledge with us, as we will do with you. In this way we learn from each other and from the projects we do, every day.
Who are you?
As a Full Stack Developer you will become the new all-rounder of our development team. You can think about functionality and design and you are able to discuss work with the UI / UX designer. This way you keep each other sharp and you work together on the best possible result. Your profession is part work and part hobby that got out of hand; you are an enthusiast and you closely follow new developments in your field. You recognise yourself in the following components; devising and setting up software and infrastructure, setting up Continuous Integration pipelines, for example in Gitlab, monitoring and keeping online platforms up-and-running and reviewing code.
Our interview process*
- Call with HR: introductory meeting
- 1st interview: assignment and in-depth meeting
- 2nd interview: meeting your team
This is your new colleague
Niels de Ruijter
How would you describe the atmosphere at Unc Inc?
“It is a company with little hierarchy and the atmosphere is informal. The culture is friendly and accessible and everyone's ideas are being heard. This makes you feel more at ease and you dare to give input more easily.
From which project have you learned the most and why?
“The entire migration process of Rush Hour, in which 90,000 historical products including sound clips had to be migrated to the new site. That was quite an undertaking and for the first time I really had to analyze the performance with separate functions to keep it workable. ”
What do you do in your spare time?
“I spend most of my free time in and near water: I play water polo; also teach and be a referee. It seems like a lot, but it also has an important social function for me: many of my friends are also members.”