Project Beagle is a part of the FTI Group of companies a long standing player in the international tourism space.
Our team is a mix of technology and domain experts that came together to enable a faster yet solid adoption of information technology in all aspects along the touristic value chain. This is achieved by working closely with customers in various areas, embracing complexity and producing easy to use yet state-of-the-art technology platforms and services that can keep up with the increasing traveler expectations for flexibility, modularity and transparency.
at Project Beagle, we are working on developing the next level of automation in the tourism industry
We are currently expanding our R&D team and are looking for awesomely talented people who are excited to work and learn in the incredible rush of a quickly growing company, in a fully agile and lean development environment.
All focused on developing the vision of changing the way tourism and travel works, making it simpler, cheaper and easier for people to travel and enjoy the world.
What we provide?
Cool startup working environment, constantly enriched technical library, team building group activities, workshops, ping pong, fussball (Xilino) and pool tournament, continuous learning and more...
Our team is looking for an HTML developer who is motivated to combine the art of design with the art of programming.
Do you wish to get involved in Enterprise web-applications with focus on UX/UI strategy and Interaction Design? Then we would love to hear from you! Here, you can expect to work on various digital products for the tourism industry, deal with the state-of-the-art technology platforms and services and contribute to the discovery, design and delivery lifecycle of a product.
More specifically, you will be:
Additionally, we will highly appreciate:
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If you'd like to be part of what we do at Project Beagle, but you don't see an opening specific to your skills, this is the place for you.
We're always on the lookout for talented people and very often we meet high-potential recruits long before we have a need that they can fill.