We are looking for a skilled and proactive Back-end Developer to join our SaaS team. We are building RheoCube, a cloud-based complex fluids simulation-as-a-service platform. Our team is small and very capable, so you will have the chance of working in different components and aspects of the product and have a huge impact on both RheoCube and Electric Ant Lab's achievements!
If you're the type of person that likes to work independently as an expert in your field, and who is respected by her/his colleagues for this, EAL is probably an employer you may want to consider. You are joining an enthusiastic team that is building a SaaS product that is completely new in the chemical R&D space. This offers challenges (see above) and it therefore also offers an opportunity to have an impact with your work.
Of course we are offering an inspiring work and team environment with flexible working hours in a fast-paced start-up (heading for scale-up) with a can-do mentality. It's the entire package of working at EAL that makes it worthwhile to work at this tech-company. A decent salary and a secondary benefits package is part of our offer.
Electric Ant Lab is a VC-backed simulation software company located at Amsterdam Science Park. Our clients are chemistry focused R&D scientists in large corporations. Our primary product is RheoCube: a cloud-based complex fluids simulation platform, designed to offer a user-friendly alternative to the physical lab approach of trial-and-error, often used for prototyping new products and for applied material research. The team of EAL is a gathering of interdisciplinary experts from around the world in the fields of: chemistry, computational physics, business, visualizations, and web development. Together we solve the tough problems that come with developing a product at the forefront of science.
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