As devices and machines get ‘smarter’, the background code controlling their functions becomes ever more important. What’s the use of a good-looking, ergonomic device if its software crashes every ten minutes?
Now, e27 is proud to bring you three software engineering jobs from our database of 535 jobs from 259 companies. Apply and get a chance to imbue the next generation of devices with better functionalities!
Non-Superstar Software Engineer at Drive.SG
Drive.SG is a Singapore-based startup providing a car rental web portal. Its service enables anyone to rent a car for use in Singapore anytime, anywhere, and right now it is planning an expansion to Malaysia and the Philippines.
To drive this expansion, Drive.SG is looking for a software engineer for its web portal. Unlike other firms, though, it is looking for someone diligent and responsible, who’s not necessarily a good, experienced coder. If you’re willing to get your hands dirty and thrive in a startup environment, this job could be for you!
Software Engineer at Akeles Consulting
Akeles Consulting is a Singapore-based partner of Atlassian, an Australian enterprise software developer. It provides end-to-end solution delivery of Atlassian tools such as team tracker JIRA and private chat service HipChat, as well as publish add-ons on the Atlassian Marketplace to users all around the world.
Now, Akeles Consulting is looking for a talented software engineer for product development and customer projects. If you have a degree in IT or computer science, and are able to work in an agile development environment, why not apply and enjoy a sponsored Macbook Pro as well as the opportunity to attend the Atlassian Developer Summit (AtlasCamp) in the US/Europe?
Software Engineer at Structo Pte Ltd
Structo is a young startup company in the additive manufacturing space. Located in Singapore’s startup hub Ayer Rajah Crescent, Structo specialises in 3D printing for industrial applications.
Right now, Structo is looking for a software engineer to develop machine control software (MCS) for its 3D printing machines. If you are well-versed in Python and C, and have a good understanding of electrical/electronic engineering and control systems, why not apply to co-create the future in manufacturing?