Careers at Cognitec

Software Engineer

Location: Dresden, Germany

We are growing our Software Development Team and are looking to hire a Software Engineer (m/f/d) in full-time to start as soon as possible. The Software Engineer will be responsible for the development, implementation, management, and support of Cognitec production applications.

Your profile

  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science or a related field or equivalent work experience
  • 3+ years of experience as a software engineer
  • expert knowledge of C++
  • experience with multi-platform development and code optimization
  • experience with design patterns, testing and debugging
  • development experience with relational databases
  • familiarity with software management tools (e.g., make, revision control systems, continuous integration)
  • willingness to learn and quickly familiarize yourself with new work assignments
  • good written and spoken German and English skills

Don’t meet all of our requirements? Not a problem. We’re always looking for fast learners who may have less than a standard path or the exact skill set mentioned above. Please apply anyways and show us why you’re awesome.

Please e-mail your application, including your CV/resume and salary expectations, to jobs[at]

About Cognitec

We maintain a flexible, relaxed and humorous corporate culture, which is shaped by an atmosphere of mutual learning, and a professional and objective approach to work.

We believe in open, appreciative and respectful communication on equal footing. Your viewpoints are always important! Every opinion counts and the best idea wins out.

At Cognitec, you will enjoy and create an engaging, fair, easy-going work environment, with flexible working hours and home office options. We are interested in a long-term work relationship, giving you room to realize your own ideas and advance your career.

Our multicultural, diverse team comes together for regular, voluntary, informal company and team events, where we don’t always talk about work!

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