Firstly, you will get a task to solve, which one one hand is a chance for you to show us what you can do, and on the other it can give you an insight into the kind of challenges you’ll have a chance to tackle while working with us.
We are recruiting a tech specialist, but we’re also recruiting a new colleague for our team. This step in the recruitment process is an online conversation, not about tech itself, but about your interests, values and about how you look at some of the challenges our world faces.
It can also be a chance for you to ask any questions you have about the project. Before this interview, get yourself familiar with the Wildland Paper.
This step of the recruitment process takes place in our office in Warsaw and is a meeting with the whole managing team. During the meeting you’ll be asked to show how you tackled the task we gave you and explain the whole process. You may also be asked to make small changes in the project. Keep in mind we aren’t looking for people who never make mistakes, but for those who think and look for solutions.
After a successful presentation we will talk about how we’ll be working together, the type of contract and when you’ll be able to start. Welcome to the team!
Most people who work on the project joined because of the mission behind it and because they wanted to work on an ambitious project, which has a positive impact.
We see ourselves as part of the open source community and all our software is distributed under the GNU GPL licence.
You can have an impact on the directions our organization might take and have a chance to collaborate on a daily basis with world-class specialists.
Our goal is to empower individual users and hand them back control over their own data. Join us to work on challenging projects which make a real difference.
We encourage work-life balance so that you can enjoy your time working here while also having enough free time to pursue hobbies and do whatever you want.
The problems we are trying to solve require the cooperation of talented and committed people and we are happy to compensate them adequately.