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Product Support Manager


Aula

United Kingdom

technical troubleshooting

 

user training

 

zendesk

 

edu

 

technical troubleshooting

 

user training

 

zendesk

 

edu

 
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# **The short version ⏳**\n\n**Mission:** Be a key, strategic member of our Product Support Team, and deliver ***"Educator love"*** by a thorough understanding of Aula, the platform and our partners (a community of 50k+).\n\n**Why:** Engagement is one of the most strongly-correlated predictors of success in learning. We are shaping how teachers teach and making every student feel a part of their classroom.\n\n**Who:** You are a natural-born problem solver with a partner-first mindset. You're not phased by challenges (let it be technical troubleshooting or solving complex client queries), and relish working in an ever-changing environment where no two days are alike.\n\n## What is [Aula](https://aula.education)? 🐝\n\nAula is a remote-first 30-person education startup building a learning experience platform.\n\nOur mission is to make engaging teaching and learning the norm.\n\nWe work with institutions like Coventry University and Glasgow University.\n\nThink of Aula as the heart of a university's digital campus: a shared space that brings together students, staff, and educators.\n\nRead more here:\n\n[This is Aula](https://www.notion.so/This-is-Aula-b8f80a8dd77e47858010b8a6ea553ca2)\n\n## 🛠The Role: Product Support Manager\n\nAs a strategic member of our Product Support Team, ***you'll ensure the highest level of support to the Aula partner community***. Thinking critically around the services and support, and challenging the status quo to drive customer satisfaction is what you'll do best.\n\nBy developing an expert-level knowledge of the entire Aula platform, you'll ensure all our users receive the same, outstanding level of support during low and peak seasons. You'll thrive to achieve the highest level of quality possible and will coach and educate the wider Product Support Team and our educator community to encourage engagement. \n\nWe are one of the fastest-growing Higher Education platforms in Europe, we currently have a 50k (and growing) community of Aula users. We work under the model of 'following the sun' so support is there for our users 24/7. We believe that support is not a cost centre for us, but it's a strategic advantage!\n\n- We on average ***solve 500 tickets per day, with a median 30-minute first-reply time and 2 hour resolution time***.\n- Recently, we discovered an issue that wasn't directly our fault around student enrollment. We put together a new way to fix it, and in less than a week had fixed over 3000 enrollment issues so that students weren't blocked from learning.\n\nThis is an opportunity to think big and impact the way we support our users from day 1! This role will give you the opportunity to be the strategic voice of our users and helps us build the world's best product support function ever.\n\n**In this role, you will:\n**\n- Communicate best practices ensuring our users’ needs are met using the Aula platform to improve user satisfaction.\n- Ensure all users receive the same, outstanding level of support during low and peak seasons, delivering mind-blowing support with the highest level of quality to exceed our users’ expectations taking a minimum of 30 tickets/day whilst maintaining CSAT above 94%.\n- Coach other team members on quality to constantly exceed personal and team goals.\n- Diagnose and troubleshoot product issues/bugs and apply creative solutions for resolution/workarounds independently.\n- Coach and educate users via training to encourage engagement; independently creating content to support this.\n- Make specific recommendations to significantly reduce ticket volume.\n- Change the operations of other teams through feedback and escalation of issues.\n- Provide input on processes to drive efficiencies (automation, content etc.)\n- Run and communicate small cupcakes to improve team effectiveness.\n\n# **We’d love to hear from you if… 🔍**\n\n**You have:\n**\n- Previous experience in a technical support/customer support role.\n- A **technical aptitude** for, and experience troubleshooting web and mobile applications in a SaaS environment. (It would be great if you had a basic understanding of APIs)\n- A demonstrable history of regularly exceeding targets.\n- Experience creating and delivering training to users.\n- Used Zendesk before.\n- Worked closely with product teams.\n- Excellent problem solving and analytical skills with great attention to detail.\n- Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English.\n- The ability to multitask and keep up with a fast-paced start-up environment.\n\n**You:\n**\n- Appreciate the value of diverse and inclusive teams.\n- Thrive in caring and direct feedback environments.\n- Like to improve your process as much as you like to improve your product.\n- Respond positively to change, demonstrating flexibility in shifting priorities with seasonality (and sometimes with weekend work)\n- Like to think outside of the box to continuously improve the way we work.\n\nPlease note the qualifications and experiences above are a guide and we’d still love to hear from candidates with more or less experience, provided the requisite skills can be demonstrated.\n\n\n## **What it's like to work at Aula**\n\nWe've open-sourced our handbook, the [The Aula Brain](https://www.notion.so/The-Aula-Brain-4da091a8797840108311d99815b3b36f), so you can see for yourself.\n\nHere are some pages you might be particularly curious about:\n\n- [Why Aula is remote](https://www.notion.so/Why-Aula-is-remote-e6555a0525eb4caf95ba289aabae7cb6)\n- [Social life](https://www.notion.so/Social-life-de7bb346871b44679c0cf0ee82e33dbc)\n- [Benefits](https://www.notion.so/Benefits-9294200055aa466ba9635f47408978e1)\n- [Mission and Virtues at Aula](https://www.notion.so/Mission-and-Virtues-at-Aula-9f2c356b2d8e44f9bfdb772ec3ca396c)\n- 📈 [What Aula team members think it's like to work here](https://blog.aula.education/the-dirty-laundry-what-is-it-really-like-to-work-at-aula-247288bf1eac)\n\n\nHere at Aula, we take diversity and equal opportunity seriously. We are committed to building a team that represents an array of perspectives and skills, irrespective of their background. The more inclusivity we bring, the better our work and culture will be. \n\nHowever, we can put our hands up and say that we are not perfect. So, if you feel like there is anything that we can do to create a more comfortable and safe interview experience for you, please let us know. \n\nAll the best,\n\nThe Aula Team 👋\n\n#Location\nUnited Kingdom


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CST +/- 2 hours

Senior Product Support


Aula

CST +/- 2 hours

customer support

 

technical support

 

saas

 

zendesk

 

customer support

 

technical support

 

saas

 

zendesk

 
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# **The short version ⏳**\n\n**Mission:** Be a key, strategic member of our Product Support Team, and deliver ***"Educator love"*** by a thorough understanding of Aula, the platform and our partners (a community of 50k+).\n\n**Why:** Engagement is one of the most strongly-correlated predictors of success in learning. We are shaping how teachers teach and making every student feel a part of their classroom.\n\n**Who:** You are a natural-born problem solver with a partner-first mindset. You're not phased by challenges (let it be technical troubleshooting or solving complex client queries), and relish working in an ever-changing environment where no two days are alike.\n\n## What is [Aula](https://aula.education)? 🐝\n\nAula is a remote-first 30-person education startup building a learning experience platform.\n\nOur mission is to make engaging teaching and learning the norm.\n\nWe work with institutions like Coventry University and Glasgow University.\n\nThink of Aula as the heart of a university's digital campus: a shared space that brings together students, staff, and educators.\n\nRead more here:\n\n[This is Aula](http://www.notion.so/This-is-Aula-b8f80a8dd77e47858010b8a6ea553ca2)\n\n## 🛠The Role: Senior Product Support\n\n\nAs a strategic member of our Product Support Team, ***you'll ensure the highest level of support to the Aula partner community***. Thinking critically around the services and support, and challenging the status quo to drive customer satisfaction is what you'll do best.\n\nBy developing an expert-level knowledge of the entire Aula platform, you'll ensure all our users receive the same, outstanding level of support during low and peak seasons. You'll thrive to achieve the highest level of quality possible and will coach and educate the wider Product Support Team and our educator community to encourage engagement. \n\nWe are one of the fastest-growing Higher Education platforms in Europe, we currently have a 50k (and growing) community of Aula users. We work under the model of 'following the sun' so support is there for our clients 24/7. We believe that support is not a cost centre for us, but it's a strategic advantage!\n\n- We on average ***solve 500 tickets per day, with a median 30-minute first-reply time and 2 hour resolution time***.\n- Recently, we discovered an issue that wasn't directly our fault around student enrollment. We put together a new way to fix it, and in less than a week had fixed over 2000 enrollment issues so that students weren't blocked from learning.\n\nThis is an opportunity to think big and impact the way we support our customers from day 1! This role will give you the opportunity to be the strategic voice of our users and helps us build the world's best product support function ever.\n\n***In this role, you will;***\n\n- Communicate best practices ensuring our users’ needs are met using the Aula platform to improve user satisfaction.\n- Ensure all users receive the same, outstanding level of support during low and peak seasons, delivering mind-blowing support with the highest level of quality to exceed our users’ expectations taking a minimum of 30 tickets/day whilst maintaining CSAT above 94%.\n- Coach other team members on quality to constantly exceed personal and team goals.\n- Diagnose and troubleshoot product issues/bugs and apply creative solutions for resolution/workarounds independently.\n- Coach and educate users via training to encourage engagement.\n- Make specific recommendations to significantly reduce ticket volume.\n- Change the operations of other teams through feedback and escalation of issues.\n- Provide input on processes to drive efficiencies (automation, content etc.)\n- Run and communicate small cupcakes to improve team effectiveness.\n\n# **We’d love to hear from you if… 🔍**\n\nYou have\n\n- A **technical aptitude** for, and experience troubleshooting web applications and mobile applications in a Saas environment. (It would be great if you had a basic understanding of APIs)\n- Previous experience (4+ years) in a technical support/customer support role.\n- A demonstrable history of regularly exceeding targets.\n- Experience creating and delivering training.\n- Used Zendesk before.\n- Worked closely with product teams.\n- Excellent problem solving and analytical skills with great attention to detail.\n- Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English.\n- The ability to multitask and keep up with a fast-paced start-up environment.\n\nYou\n\n- Appreciate the value of diverse and inclusive teams.\n- Thrive in caring and direct feedback environments.\n- Like to improve your process as much as you like to improve your product.\n- Respond positively to change, demonstrating flexibility in shifting priorities with seasonality (and sometimes with weekend work)\n- Like to think outside of the box to continuously improve the way we work. \n\n#Salary\n$64,000 — $73,000\n\n\n#Location\nCST +/- 2 hours


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Product Designer


Aula


edtech

 

product design

 

full stack designer

 

full stack

 

edtech

 

product design

 

full stack designer

 

full stack

 
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Aula is a conversational platform for education. Think ‘Slack for uni’.\n\n\n\nDesign at Aula is at an integral point where we aim to establish a team that not only cares about what they do, but can express themselves in doing so. Whether through systems or extensive research on teaching workflows, we aim to build products that help create engaging learning experiences.\n\n\n\nWe are looking for an experienced product designer to join the team and work closely with our entire organisation in solving problems in pedagogy. If this sounds appealing to you, then we would love to hear from you!\n\n\n\nFor the full role description and to apply: https://www.notion.so/aulaeducation/Product-Designer-614990597b674144a93cf2cf6e46a826\n\n# Responsibilities\n https://www.notion.so/aulaeducation/Product-Designer-614990597b674144a93cf2cf6e46a826 \n\n# Requirements\nhttps://www.notion.so/aulaeducation/Product-Designer-614990597b674144a93cf2cf6e46a826


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Product Manager


Aula


product management

 

edtech

 

good fun

 

product manager

 

product management

 

edtech

 

good fun

 

product manager

 
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Aula is a conversational platform for education. Think ‘Slack for education’.\n\nWe're at a turning point when it comes to product management and strategy at Aula: our co-founder and CPO Adrian has been the sole product person until October 2018 and we're now at a point where we can start structuring teams around specific areas of the platform.\n\nWe’re looking for an experienced product manager that will set the path for product management at Aula. You will have the opportunity to shape how product management is done, and set-up for success all future product team members.\n\nFor the full role description and to apply: https://www.notion.so/aulaeducation/Product-Manager-bc2e91aac27547168ed333a24a663923\n\n👋\n\n# Responsibilities\n https://www.notion.so/aulaeducation/Product-Manager-bc2e91aac27547168ed333a24a663923 \n\n# Requirements\nhttps://www.notion.so/aulaeducation/Product-Manager-bc2e91aac27547168ed333a24a663923


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DevOps Automation Engineer


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devops

 

engineer

 

devops

 

devops

 

engineer

 

devops

 
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\nThe elevator pitch \n\nTake the lead on fully automating our DevOps and be part of our international and collaborative team of curious remote developers building consumer tech front-ends in React/React-Native and complex infrastructure backend in Node.js (microservices).\n\nWe’re looking for a DevOps developer that can craft and implement a fully automated CI/CD pipeline and institutional deployment at (massive) scale.\n\nAbout you ‍‍\n\nWe’re excited to tell you about Aula and what we’re working on, but first of all, let us explain who we’re looking for. The most important thing about you is that you are curious and care deeply about building great products that affect people’s lives. You are excited about joining a startup with all the ups and downs that entails. You are transparent, reliable and considerate. You are excited about shipping quickly. You are excited about trying out the newest technologies. You are ready to work hard to further our mission.\n\nBeyond this, our requirements are:\n\n\n* A passion for making developers’ lives easier and happier\n\n* Thorough knowledge of CI/CD Tooling\n\n* Programming experience in Node.js\n\n* Comfortable with infrastructure as code and deployment to public clouds\n\n* Extensive experience in designing Unix/Linux system architecture\n\n* Deep expertise in deploying cloud solutions (AWS etc)\n\n* Solid experience with containerisation technologies (Docker, Kubernetes)\n\n* Experience with Terraform and other Hashicorp products.\n\n* Experience with production databases management and deployments\n\n* You live within GMT-5 and GMT+5.5 (from South America/Central US time to India, Pakistan and some of Russia) for us to be awake at the same time.\n\n\n\n\nAbout us \n\nAula is a communication platform for education. Think ‘Slack for education’: consumer tech on the front-end yet complex infrastructure on the back-end. We’ve built Aula because we believe digital learning infrastructure should encourage community and participation-based learning.\n\nFor students, this means less one-way communication from the teacher, more collaboration with fellow students (using integrations with tools like GitHub and codepen) and easier access to student services like the welfare team - even if you’re commuting or are away from campus on a placement. We’ve recently raised a $4.2m seed round and some people think we’re worth watching out for.\n\nOur team \n\nWe’re a bunch of people from all over the world (Denmark, Philippines, France, Albania, Georgia, Pakistan, Sweden, India, UK and US) that care deeply about making educational experiences more engaging. Our developers have previously lead teams that have built things like the Georgian version of Youtube (myvideo.ge with 2.5 million monthly unique viewers) and a novel way to share and view 3D medical images (TissueStack), so beyond focusing on creating a supportive and collaborative environment where features get shipped quickly, we also have quite a bit of experience.\n\nYou’ll be working closely with your team so we thought you should hear from two of your future team members, Oliver and Brice.\n\nWe are backed by a world-class team of investors such as Project A, Nordic Makers (an angel group including Co-founders of Unity and Zendesk) and executives from LinkedIn and IBM.\n\nOur tech stack \n\nWe only use the bleeding edge tools to build educational infrastructure of the 21st century. We’ve explained it in more detail in this blog post, but here’s a quick overview of what we’re building with:\n\n\n* React (and React Native)\n\n* Microservices backends with Node.js and AWS\n\n* Docker\n\n* ES6/7 Javascript\n\n* Redux\n\n* Mongo, Redis and others dbs\n\n\n\n\nFor DevOps in particular, you’ll be working with tools like\n\n\n* Terraform (‘infrastructure as code’)\n\n* Multiple database types\n\n* General Javascript including Node.js\n\n* Docker\n\n* AWS\n\n* Our internal CLI\n\n\n\n\nWorking at Aula \n\nWe think the most important variable in choosing a job is getting the chance to work on complex and important problems with friendly and curious people in a collaborative environment.\n\nBut beyond that, joining Aula also means\n\n\n* A rare opportunity to build a DevOps setup from the ground up\n\n* Being part of a fast-paced and mission-driven startup made up of a creative, friendly and international team.\n\n* Plenty of responsibility, autonomy and encouragement to shape your own tasks and contribute original ideas.\n\n* A supportive environment with an intense focus on learning and improvement\n\n\n\n\nYou’ll be doing pair programming, have one-on-ones where we speak about how to develop you both as a programmer and a leader, and occasionally jump on a video call and share a ‘remote meal’ while a team member speaks about a topic they care about. Once a month we also have ‘Mad Computer Science Idea’-day, where the entire team gets together to create something that has never been created before or using some tech that’s usually not used for that purpose.\n\nThe role \n\nWe’re looking for a seasoned developer that can take the lead on creating a fully automated DevOps setup to make our developer team really happy.\n\nHere’s a snapshot of what you’ll be working on:\n\n\n* Infrastructure deployment/management:\n\n\n* Management of our current infrastructure.\n\n* Monitoring of our resources: dozens of network interfaces, hundreds of servers, dozens of databases, etc.\n\n* Deployment of new infrastructure resources (new institutional environments)\n\n\n\n\n\n* Tooling\n\n\n* Integrate all the automation around infrastructure/deployments into the Aula-CLI\n\n* Create new tools to ease other developers’ lives/deployments\n\n\n\n\n\n* Deployment/test pipeline\n\n\n* Create/maintain the right pipeline in order to ensure maximal automation around running our tests and deployments\n\n* Full CI/CD pipeline\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nWe already use a number of solutions for automating repetitive and/or critical tasks. All our infrastructure is managed via Terraform, and we’ve built a custom CLI that automates deployments, automates parts of the development and allow for easy troubleshooting and local development.\n\nA big part of the role is to continue building on top of those existing tools and to bring new ones that would fit our environment and needs.\n\n2 main rules:\n\n\n* Infrastructure as (reusable) code\n\n* Automate all the things!\n\n\n\n\nBenefits \n\n\n* Personal development is part of being 'a high performer'. Each quarter, you'll set targets for your own personal development.\n\n* Shared ownership: Joining the Aula journey means you will own part of the company. \n\n* Technology: Get hooked up with the technology you need to do your best work. \n\n* Free books: Whatever you want to read.  \n\n* Family leave: We offer enhanced family leave, no matter if you're the one giving birth or not - and a commitment to open, continuous communication. \n\n* Flexible working \n\n* Company retreats \n\n\n\n\nInterview process \n\nGet an overview of our untraditional and mostly async interview process here.\n\nPlease write 'I breathe semicolons.' before your answer to the first application question so that we know you have read the whole job description!\n\nLook forward to hearing from you,\n\nThe Aula team


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VP Engineering


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engineer

 

engineer

 
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\nSummary \n\nWhat: Take the lead on ‘people and process’ as we scale our remote engineering team from 10 to 50 engineers and beyond - goal-setting, sprint planning, remote work culture, team structure, recruitment, personal development.\n\nWhy: Building core infrastructure in education that fosters community requires close-knit collaboration between mission-driven builders from all over the world.\n\nWho: A caring manager (25+ people) who deeply understands dev processes and has worked in a remote environment.\n\n\nThe tools you’ll use: Empathy, thoughtfulness and a structured mind. \n\nWhat is Aula: Remote-first 25-person startup (from 11 nationalities!) building digital campuses for universities - think 'Slack for education'. We recently raised $4.2m.\n\nAbout you ‍‍\n\nTraits we value:\n\n\n* Collaborative spirit: team above ego.\n\n* Curiosity: excited about exploring and learning.\n\n* Mission-driven: you care deeply about building great products that affect people’s lives.\n\n* Empathy.\n\n* Excitement about contributing to OSS projects.\n\n* You preach modern technology and patterns.\n\n\n\n\nExperience we value:\n\n\n* You have managed a team of 25+ people (and really enjoyed it!)\n\n* You have been in startup environments.\n\n* You have a deep understanding of dev processes (git flow, task management amongst devs, code management, technical debt, refactoring)\n\n* You have built teams before - recruitment and onboarding.\n\n* You have managed distributed teams.\n\n\n\n\nThe role \n\nTake the lead on people and process to turn the engineering team into the most productive and creative in the world as we grow from 10 to 50 engineers and beyond.\n\nIn practice that means:\n\nProcess:\n\n\n* Help define and execute engineering and company-wide OKR’s\n\n* Sprint planning\n\n* Testing and documentation\n\n* Work closely with our product managers (right now that’s just our co-founder Adrian) and our CTO, Oliver, to define technical and product roadmaps.\n\n\n\n\nPeople:\n\n\n* Build out the Aula-equivalent of Spotify’s Squad framework. Currently, we’re structured this way.\n\n* Strengthen our culture of trust and collaboration between engineers and teams across multiple time zones.\n\n* Scale a world-class remote-first engineering team alongside our People Operations team on recruitment.\n\n* Iterate on our model for personal development (some investors wrote about it).\n\n* Lead, mentor and coach a mix of new and seasoned engineering managers running widely distributed teams.\n\n\n\n\nTechnical skills\n\nIdeally, your skillset and interests would be split between ‘management’ and ‘technical work’ in a ratio of around 7:3.\n\nYou’ll be involved with:\n\n\n* Supporting tech leads in developing and deploying top quality software\n\n* Be part of the decision making around the product and technical roadmap based on the inputs you gather from the engineering team\n\n* Allocate software and technical resources to increase team productivity\n\n\n\n\nAbout us \n\nAula is a communication platform for education.\n\nThink ‘Slack for education’: consumer tech on the front-end yet complex infrastructure on the back-end.\n\nWe’ve built Aula because we believe digital learning infrastructure should encourage community and participation-based learning.\n\nSee what one of our early adopters think of Aula here.\n\nOur team \n\nWe’re a diverse bunch of people from all over the world (Denmark, Philippines, France, Albania, Georgia, Pakistan, Sweden, India, UK and US) that care deeply about making educational experiences more engaging.\n\nOur engineers have previously lead teams that have built things like the Georgian version of Youtube (myvideo.ge with 2.5 million monthly unique viewers) and a novel way to share and view 3D medical images (TissueStack).\n\nYou’ll have regular one-on-ones, set your own personal development targets to develop you both as an engineer and a leader, and occasionally jump on a video call and share a ‘remote meal’ while a team member speaks about a topic they care about.\n\nOur tech stack \n\nWe’ve explained our stack in detail in this blog post, but here’s a quick overview of what we’re building with:\n\n\n* React (and React Native)\n\n* Microservices backends with Node.js and AWS\n\n* Docker\n\n* ES6/7 Javascript\n\n* Mongo, Redis and others dbs\n\n\n\n\nLook forward to hearing from you,\n\nThe Aula team


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Full Stack Javascript React Developer


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react

 

full stack

 

dev

 

javascript

 

react

 

full stack

 

dev

 

javascript

 
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\nAt Aula, we are building a conversational platform for education. Think Slack for education: consumer tech on the front-end yet complex infrastructure on the back-end. We have built Aula because we believe digital infrastructure should encourage community and participation-based learning.\n\n\nWe are looking to hire curious and inventive engineers ready to join our international team (Albania, Sweden, Pakistan, UK) and work with a stack entirely composed of JS (NodeJS, React, React Native).\n\nWe build features and ship them quickly across all our supported apps and devices, so you will be tackling diverse and interesting challenges daily such as:\n\n\n\n\n* Building backend micro-services\n\n* Working directly with Adrian, CPO and designer, to build, maintain and improve slick user interfaces across devices. \n\n* Switching between different apps and devices (web, desktop, iOS, Android). \n\n* Improving and maintaining our distributed architecture.\n\n\n\n\n\nOur experienced development team is building with:\n\n\n* NodeJS\n\n* Docker\n\n* ES6/7 Javascript\n\n* React\n\n* Redux\n\n* React Native\n\n* Micro-service backends with NodeJS and AWS\n\n* Amazon Web Services\n\n* Mongo, Redis and others dbs\n\n\n\n\nWe offer you:\n\n\n* A rare opportunity to develop skills in building both consumer tech interfaces as well core infrastructure back-ends\n\n* Being part of a fast-paced and mission-driven start-up made up of a young, creative, friendly and international team. \n\n* Plenty of responsibility, autonomy and encouragement to shape your own tasks and contribute original ideas. \n\n\n\n\n\nThe most important thing we look for is a curious and passionate personality. You can work from where you live, from the coffee shop, or with our team in our London office. We set technical and product goals together for the upcoming days/weeks and work together to achieve them. There are no specific working hours, but everyone is available throughout the day. There are relaxed periods in the year but generally, speed is essential to ship great products and we tend to work very hard when needed - we hope that excites you!\n\nLook forward to hearing from you, \nThe Aula team


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