Mathematical frontend developer Amsterdam I Heavy Engineering Product Development & Mathematical Puzzles! I VanillaJS, Node.js, AWS I €70.000

IT & Technology
Dutch, English


Your role: Mathematical frontend developer Amsterdam

  • Do you like to make impact while solving complex puzzles in product development?
  • Do you enjoy mathematical challenges and really building technology/components?
  • Do you like to collaborate with very intelligent colleagues from whom you can learn and share knowledge with?
  • How about excellent secondary benefits, like 30 holidays, a fully paid pension and an indefinite contract from the start?

Then read on and this may be the job for you!


Your employer: True technology/Product Development Company with Great Mathematical/Engineering challenges

This 100% product company with their software successfully helps companies worldwide to solve complex data rich problems. With the help of their platform, the biggest companies on the planet can optimize processes by using advanced mathematical models.

Even though they have been very successful and their technology is used all over the world, they are currently busy with many improvements and upgrades. Therefore, you can now impact the new version(s) of the product!

This company has a proven track record of over a decade. It is a stable company with very experienced software engineers with a very good track record. Your colleagues are intelligent and think on a high conceptual level. Many have a MSc or even PhD in Mathematics and/or Computer science. So great possibilities to expand and share your knowledge with colleagues!

The product you are building is complex and quality of code is super important! So expect test automation, unit testing and delivery automation practices. This ensures that you bring a high quality product to the market that adds real value to the end user. Technology is the focus of the company and therefore, you as an engineer, are a core asset. This means this company understands the importance of you, your ideas, development and overall wellbeing.

In addition, the company is mid-sized and people are like a family to each other: people take care of each other and so does the company. Within the company there is a very flat structure. Here you get full agility, transparency and collaboration!  Lastly, this company is easy to reach with location on walking distance from the station and private parking!

Your job: Mathematical frontend developer Amsterdam

As Mathematical frontend developer Amsterdam you will work on the web interface of the product. As there are many big projects on the go, there is a lot to do! For example, you can work on creating a new user workflow, thereby impacting how users handle the product. Also you will be involved in building new features and improving performance. So your activities can be quite diverse and challenging!

The product is cloud (AWS) based and you will work with CI/CD, Git and various testing best practices such as unit tests and end2end tests. Therefore, you work in a high level engineering environment where quality is very important! As the codebase is very large (and hugely covered with tests) it is important that you can work with this complexity. Your knowledge of algorithms and data structures is essential to work here and bring the product forward by solving some great mathematical puzzles.

And  in case you’re interested, you can also pick up activities with node.js and python! So for a polyglot engineer who likes to be challenged this can be a development heaven!


What is required?

  • 3 years of professional software engineering experience
  • Extensive experience with Vanilla JavaScript
  • Thorough understanding of data structures and algorithms
  • Having a mindset of ownership: taking responsibility, able to self-manage and be a team player
  • MSc level of thinking and working
  • Experience with Java/ C++/ Python is a plus
  • Experience with unit test, end2end tests, CI/CD is a plus
  • Experience with working with a large codebase is a plus


What is being offered?

  • Salary between € 55.000 and € 70.000 + Yearend Bonus between 0.5 and 2 months of annual gross salary
  • Possible to buy stock after 1 year
  • Fully paid pension
  • 30 holidays
  • laptop of choice
  • Flexible working hours
  • possible to gain an indefinite contract
  • travel costs reimbursement
  • budget for training


Are you a Mathematical frontend developer Amsterdam and up for the challenge to solve complex puzzles in a strong collaborative team?

Don’t wait any longer and send your CV Sofie Kleefstra via

Work Hours:

36 hours (Fulltime) hours per week