• thriveopportunitie


Remote or Rotterdam, Netherlands

C Teleport is The Only Completely Online Travel Agency to Service Maritime and Corporate Customers right from Mobile App.

They are looking for a C# Developer with hands-on experience in ASP.NET and JavaScript, to reshape a Multi-Billion Dollar industry.


  • Architect, build, optimize internal back-end and integrate with external services

  • Design and write production-ready code and automated tests

  • Implement fast, reliable and scalable APIs

  • Work in an Agile team environment to deliver on commitments within 2 weeks release cycle

  • Understand and expand on your colleague’s code

Minimum requirements:

  • Sound Knowledge of C#

  • Experience with ASP.NET and Java Script

  • Good command of English

Preferred qualifications:

  • Exposure to RabbitMQ

  • Hands-on experience with Docker

  • Hands-on experience with Cloud deployments (AWS, Azure, Google)

  • Experience with Galileo/Amadeus APIs is a definite plus

They offer:

  • Bureaucracy Free approach, flexibility in choosing Modern Technologies

  • Grow with C Teleport in a rapidly expanding business

  • Work in a talented & diverse team speaking 7 languages

  • Work Remotely or in Rotterdam. NL (relocation could be offered)


Apply Now, they carefully consider all the Candidates and Keep Data for Better Matching Position if an application was not positive.

Typical day

In a morning you grab your coffee and join a stand-up. You explain your teammates the remaining challenges to workflow the workflow of new airline’s API. That’s a part of large Epic your team is working on, you helped the project manager to plan it. And we are still on track to meet this sprint goal.

You get back to your workplace to sort out code review comments, apply some merges and help with PR of your fellow developer who struggles with a complicated unit test.

On a lunch break, you chat with a mobile app developer having questions about new REST endpoint you deployed yesterday.

The remainder of the day you spend working on your user story. Just before the end of the day, you manage to get all integration tests to pass. You push your feature into CI to hand it over to QA. Job’s done! Time for some Friday drinks.


" Lighting the candle of others won’t blow yours out " - Al