What it’s about At DPG Media it’s our mission to reach & inform as many people as we possibly can. Within the marketing department – which is active in both The Netherlands and Belgium – we’re looking for a great software architect to help us build communication services and platforms.
As a software architect – or as we like to say town planner – in the marketing IT team you’ll be responsible for supporting the development teams, managing the town plan within our area to make sure we’re building things right and being a voice of reason in roadmap planning. You stimulate development and business teams to consider the bigger picture and you’re a champion of software quality and resilience.
This is what we’re looking for
- Your homebase is Antwerp, but you don’t mind regularly travelling to Rotterdam or Amsterdam
- You don’t mind interacting with a wide range of colleagues such as executives, developers, product owners and marketeers
- You believe in agile and you understand why it matters
- You’re a good communicator when it matters
- You’re passionate about DDD and software architecture
- You are well-versed in modern web technologies, AWS and the Java ecosystem
- Experience with CIAM, privacy, email and/or paywall technologies are a big plus
This is us
At DPG Media you get to work for an international media company where you can build stuff that is used by millions of people.
Continuous deployment and automated testing are some of our core beliefs and we’ve moved to the cloud (AWS actually) with no intention of turning back. We also strongly believe in autonomous and self-managing teams, so you get a lot of say in how you want to work or what you want to improve. You’ll join the area-wide team and you can count on much love & support from your more experienced colleagues.
We do our best to support you to build the best software possible, whether it’s working remotely 1 day per week or giving you access to the latest and greatest development tools. Hungry for more knowledge? We got you: take a couple of days every year to visit conferences or take on some extra training.
And finally, before we forget: obviously we’ll pay you some money too and slap on a bunch of benefits while we’re at it.