IT Consultant (all genders) JavaScript Frameworks

diconium digital solutions • Berlin, Hamburg, Ingolstadt, Karlsruhe, Lisboa, Munich, Porto, Stuttgart

Berlin, Hamburg, Ingolstadt, Karlsruhe, Lisboa, Munich, Porto, Stuttgart

Are you looking for an innovative, agile working environment in the e-commerce sector with an impact on champions as well as hidden champions? Then you have come to the right place! Become a pioneer of digital transformation and support our team!

Your duties

  • As an IT Consultant (all genders) in the JavaScript environment, you are a technical advisor and professional expert for our customers from various industries, from the initial contact to the live launch and beyond.

  • You are part of the project team that also supports sales, sketches solutions from concrete project events and analyses and discusses them with the customer in terms of content and expertise.

  • You record the customer's requirements and enter into technical sparring with our development unit regarding these requirements and testing.

  • In the role of a product owner, you take responsibility for optimal e-commerce solutions and can at least read code.

Your profile

  • You are enthusiastic about agile project structures, new methodological approaches and a modern technology stack.

  • You have relevant professional experience as an IT consultant, technical product owner or software architect in the IT/e-commerce environment.

  • You have experience in (agile) software development with at least one of the following JavaScript frameworks: React, Angular, Vue.JS, Svelte or Node.JS.

  • In addition to modern web technologies such as HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript, you will also have experience in the context of e-commerce systems such as Commercetools, Intershop or SAP Commerce Cloud (hybris).

  • A possible content-related role in the future would be in one of the following areas: Technical Consulting, Requirements Engineering, Business Analytics, Technical Product Ownership or System Architecture.

  • You have good communication skills and enjoy providing technical advice to customers.
    Desirable: A successfully completed degree in (business) informatics or comparable training in the field of IT.

  • You have fluent German and good English skills, both written and spoken.

Our offer

  • Born digital: Benefit from our many years of experience and our agile up-to-date culture
  • Life-Work-Balance: Decide for yourself where and when you work: across locations in the Digital Workspace, part-time, completely flexible, taking a sabbatical – no problem with us.
  • Appreciation: We rely on flat hierarchies and are respectful, loyal and appreciative.
  • Perspectives: We offer very different and individually tailored career models and a steep learning curve.
  • Benefits: In addition to retirement provisions, employee discounts and a wide range of sports activities, we offer great company outings and legendary parties.
  • Hybrid Work: We support you in working from home in a healthy and well-equipped manner. Remote onboarding included, of course!

diconium at a glance

CLIENTS

Volkswagen, Bosch, Kodak Alaris and SICK, amongst others

EMPLOYEES

Over 2,000 employees from more than 70 nations

LOCATIONS

In diverse, interdisciplinary teams we work together in many ways from remotely to onsite in one of our worldwide offices in Europe, North America and Asia.

PORTFOLIO

Innovation & Strategy, Customer Experience, Data & AI, Commerce Solutions, Technology Solutions, Digital Transformation

Your contact person is…
... Lisa

... Lisa

We are looking forward to receiving your application via our online form in an uncomplicated way with just your CV! If you have any questions, feel free to reach out.
 

+49 30364282275

Reports
Meet Steffen | Advanced Consultant IT
Meet Steffen | Advanced Consultant IT
“So far I appreciated every project I have worked on… I was able to work with colleagues from India, from the US, from Poland, from Portugal or from different cities in Germany.”

Hello Steffen, how does a usual working day look for you?
This depends highly on the project and the current phase/task. Some of the reoccurring tasks include: writing concepts, preparing descriptions for developers, being in meetings to clarify topics together with stakeholders, making technical evaluations for upcoming topics. And of course, staying available for the team and the stakeholders.

And what is the most important skill needed in your job?
One of the most interesting parts of being an IT consultant is to be flexible.

Reflecting on your past projects, which one sticks out for you and why?
Although it sounds cheesy, but so far I appreciated every project I have worked on. I guess this is mostly to the fact that each project was completely different. Also from a team members point I was able to work with colleagues from India, from the US, from Poland, from Portugal or from different cities in Germany.

Last but not least, what advice would you give a new starter at diconium?
Don’t be afraid to ask for help and to invite people for a coffee break. Be clear about your expectations and goals. Stay open minded for the things to come. You will see that your colleagues will try to help you.

Read the full interview

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Meet Steffen | Advanced Consultant IT
Meet Steffen | Advanced Consultant IT
“So far I appreciated every project I have worked on… I was able to work with colleagues from India, from the US, from Poland, from Portugal or from different cities in Germany.”

Hello Steffen, how does a usual working day look for you?
This depends highly on the project and the current phase/task. Some of the reoccurring tasks include: writing concepts, preparing descriptions for developers, being in meetings to clarify topics together with stakeholders, making technical evaluations for upcoming topics. And of course, staying available for the team and the stakeholders.

And what is the most important skill needed in your job?
One of the most interesting parts of being an IT consultant is to be flexible.

Reflecting on your past projects, which one sticks out for you and why?
Although it sounds cheesy, but so far I appreciated every project I have worked on. I guess this is mostly to the fact that each project was completely different. Also from a team members point I was able to work with colleagues from India, from the US, from Poland, from Portugal or from different cities in Germany.

Last but not least, what advice would you give a new starter at diconium?
Don’t be afraid to ask for help and to invite people for a coffee break. Be clear about your expectations and goals. Stay open minded for the things to come. You will see that your colleagues will try to help you.

Read the full interview