Backend Developer

Backend Developer


About us


Cultural Care Au Pair is the leading provider of intercultural childcare and educational exchange since 1989. Cultural Care Au Pair is a part of EF,

founded in 1965, the world’s largest private educational company centred around language learning, educational travel, cultural exchange, and

academic programs.


The successful candidate:


·          3+ years professional experience with either C# or Java

·          Must have a passion for technology

·          Must be a team player who understands the importance of teamwork, collaboration, and open communication

·          Has a true passion for excellence in his/her work, is organized, detailed-oriented, thorough, and follows through on commitments

·          Must have extensive experience writing automation tests




·          Experience working with agile development, Scrum or Kanban

·          Ability to work in a self-organizing team

·          Understanding of the solid design principles

·          Good knowledge in object oriented design and testdriven development

·          Experience using azure cloud services

·          Understanding of Microservices Architecture and Domain Driven Design


You win the team over if you have:


·          NOSQL database skills - CosmosDB

·          Passion for clean code and refactoring

·          Knowledge of Atlassian products (Jira, Confluence)

·          Knowledge of continuous integration/delivery

·          Other coding languages (NodeJs, Go, Java)

·          Octopus Experience

·          TFS Builds

·          .Net Core

·          Container deployments using Docker

·          Chef and Puppet

·         Javascript skills and experience working with AngularJS and jQuery

See Inside the Office of EF Education First

EF Education First is the world leader in international education. At EF, everything employees do is centered around the company’s mission: opening the world through education. Since it was founded 50 years ago, EF’s language learning, educational travel, and cultural exchange programs have helped people of all ages and nationalities become citizens of the world.

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