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Engineering Team Lead (Offer Management)


Remote within Europe

CET (–2/+2 h)

Posted 23 days ago

Work at the centre of the parking revolution with Parkos!

Tech stack

  • Microservices

Job title: Engineering Team Lead

Team: Offer Management

Location: Amsterdam/Groningen, NL - or - Fully-remote from a complimentary timezone

Environment: On-site/Hybrid/Remote (you decide!)

Timezone: +/- 2 hours of CET

Language: Our business language is English

Where the journey began…

From humble beginnings when traveling back in 2014, our co-founders at Parkos embarked on our journey to ensure that the beginning and end of your travel experience are as enjoyable as the actual adventure between!

We make airport parking a smooth, seamless and efficient process for all travelers using our TravelTech price comparison & booking platform.

We started off by winning the major airports within the Netherlands and now operate in over 15 different countries and 3 different regions (and counting)! We’ve grown to over 100 Parkie’s and millions of travelers choose Parkos every year!

The team

Our Offer Management team is responsible for managing topics such as fast search, yield management, managing pricing and availability as well as onboarding new airports & merchants.

This is currently a team of 4 Software Engineers, a dedicated QA, and a dedicated Product Owner. This team is primed for expansion.

We’ve experienced rapid growth in recent years and have introduced a microservices strategy based around Kubernetes to leave our monolith behind and to standardize our processes.

What you’ll do

  • Manage, enable, and mentor a team of individual contributors
  • Hire, develop & review team performance
  • Hands-on contributions to accelerate our technical roadmap
  • Shape and safeguard our GCP architecture and ensure we have reliable and auditable systems

What you’ll bring

  • Proven experience in leading Engineering teams
  • Strong understanding of microservice architecture
  • Solid experience of developing and maintaining performant and large-traffic websites
  • Experience as a Senior Software Engineer (ideally with Laravel and Node.js/Typescript) working at scale and in a multi-region setup
  • Good understanding of when to select different database & storage technologies for any given task
  • An owner mentality and challenger mindset would set you up for success with Parkos

What we offer

  • Flexible working: We understand that people’s circumstances vary and allow you to decide where you work from. We can support on-site, hybrid, and fully-remote (so long as the timezones aren’t too far apart!)
  • Ownership: Take ownership of your work and have the opportunity to drive lasting change within Parkos
  • Growth: We provide the autonomy and personal development support for you to move quickly through the ranks at Parkos - the sky's the limit!
  • Transparency: We talk about our plans, allow everyone a voice, work together towards common objectives, and share our successes together as a team
  • Fast-pace: We love to experiment and try new things quickly. An error is only a mistake when you fail to correct it and we want to reach our destination as swiftly and smoothly as possible!

The road ahead….

  1. Fit Interview with recruiter (45-mins)
  2. Technical Assignment (2-4 hours)
  3. Meet team and evaluate maturity (45-mins)
  4. Discuss assignment and findings with CTO (1-hour)


€90K - 110K

Contract type

Full time

Visa sponsorship

Not provided

Benefits & perks

  • Remote Working

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