“When I joined the company as one of the earliest employees four years ago, we brought the minimum viable product to market in less than a year, and since then we‘ve continuously improved and professionalized. We’re in a brand-new phase every year; it’s impossible to grow bored. And of course, I also like that we’re continuously winning. We’re a trusted industry partner now, with tangible success.” - Bart Römgens, lead software engineer Applications & Integrations
At Samotics, we develop AI-based predictive analytics for industrial machinery. The applications & integrations team is looking for a high-performing full stack developer to help us present our enormous amounts of sensor data to our clients in a fast, consistent, intuitive way and to help us reduce the carbon footprint of industrial machines (responsible for more than 40% of global electricity consumption) by improving our dedicated energy monitor.
For this role, we are looking for a high-performing software engineer at junior, medior or senior level. Depending on your experience, we will adjust the weight of the responsibilities of this role. As long as we believe in your talent and see a match with our team, we're confident we have interesting challenges to offer!
Passionate about solving the problem of unplanned downtime, Samotics uses AI-driven electrical signature analysis to create smart predictive maintenance solutions that increase productivity and reduce energy waste while saving customers’ time and money.
We serve customers such as Total, Schiphol, Nouryon and ArcelorMittal. Our product, SAM4, leverages machine learning algorithms and IoT sensors to detect upcoming failures in critical industrial assets up to months in advance. But SAM4 does more than just prevent unplanned downtime. It also enables the world's largest and most successful industrial companies to significantly reduce energy waste.
We are a growing, energetic company where professionalism, a great atmosphere and cutting-edge technology go hand in hand. Our team in Leiden, the Netherlands currently has about 50 people and continues to grow. Some of these employees work remotely.
What you will do
You will work in a small, dedicated team designing and implementing data structures, algorithms, interactive visualizations and user interfaces to share these insights with clients via web applications and APIs. You build these features end-to-end; you work on databases, application logic and user interfaces. Core areas you will work on as a full stack developer:
- Design, implement, test and deploy our web applications that offer actionable information about the health and performance of industrial machines
- Improve our web applications for IoT device fleet monitoring and advanced data analysis
- Further develop and scale our infrastructure and backend systems
- Gather requirements from different stakeholders
- Build functional APIs to expose our services
- Code reviews, continuous integration, automation and daily deployments
How we work
The development team uses its own simple, practical and functional methodology, allowing you to fully focus on software engineering without having to switch tasks. You will work based on the principle of freedom and responsibility. We take pride in combining professionalism, trust and very few meetings.
The development team
The software engineering team currently consists of 11 developers (5 experienced seniors, the others juniors or mediors) working on a large architecture covering a wide domain, from signal processing on our edge devices through dashboarding for different user groups. Continuous improvement and daily deployments are at the heart of the high level of quality we deliver. The applications & integrations team develops new features that provide insight into the health and performance of our customers’ industrial machines, as well as supporting our partners in monitoring their fleet of IoT devices.
Since we work on cutting-edge technology, we use an up-to-date stack:
- The team prefers to use Linux distributions for their development environments
What we offer
A competitive salary
A brand-new, custom-designed office (with 90% recycled materials) at a three-minute walk from Leiden Central Station
Flexibility to work remotely for up to 80% of the time*
Ability to work part time (4 days)
Access to a wide range of learning programs
Generous parental leave
Daily fresh lunches and healthy snacks when working in the office
The chance to work on cutting-edge technology that affects industry worldwide
A high-performing software engineering team
A fun and professional company culture based on the principle of freedom and responsibility
* Depending on your location, we can also discuss a fully remote set-up if you are based outside of the Netherlands.