We are looking for a part time student working as software automation tester and join the fight against climate change. We are building software to automate and optimise the management of operating renewable energy plants. The position is based in Munich with an immediate starting date.

We are a young, dynamic team who enjoy working closely together for the benefit of our clients. We are all eager to change the way the renewable industry manages their asset portfolios, so that we can do our little bit to make the world a better place.

Are you interested? Then read on.

What you will be doing

You will help automating the testing of our web-based software product. You are interested in software, but you don't need to be a developer. You are very detail oriented and are a person who enjoys team work. You will learn about the renewable energy industry and be part of a fun international team.

What we offer

We offer personal growth experience of helping build a truly successful SaaS company with a stellar team where you can have a huge impact.

You will develop good understanding of the renewable energy industry. You will enjoy working with an international team who are at the cutting edge in their industry and who are pushing hard to make their solution an industry standard.  We offer a competitive salary and lots of opportunity to grow, learn and be awesome.


Our ideal candidate is a motivated self-starter with a lot of intellectual curiosity. You will thrive in fast growing entrepreneurial culture where initiative and good ideas are highly valued.


·       Basic knowledge of one or more of the following: HTML/CSS, RESTful Services and APIs, JavaScript/jQuery, Version Control/Git, Responsive Design, Testing/Debugging, Browser Developer Tools

·       You are currently enrolled in a university and you are based in Munich

·       Good English skills (written and verbal) - German skills are NOT required

·       Strong problem solving skills

·       Detail oriented, with an impeccable integrity

·       A positive view: no job is too big, no job is too small