We are a multicultural team (approx 20 different nationalities) of talented people devoted to developing amazing software solutions for the Private Aviation industry. Our history expands over a decade, creating applications used by hundreds of flight coordinators and thousands of pilots around the globe.
Our valuesOur company values drive everything we do. These values define who we are:
Do you share these values? If so, keep reading! 👇
How will you contribute to Nuvolar’s QA team?You will work on projects related to Private/Business aviation, designing applications for one of the major Private Aviation companies.
You will pursue our mission by performing the following contributions:
Now, what will make you succeed with us?
What will we bring to you?
Here is a sneak peek of what can you expect from our recruitment process:1st step: Cultural fit interviewDuring this face– to– face interview, we want to meet the candidate and understand the expectations regarding career plan and motivation and give the candidate an overview of the role and Nuvolar’s work environment. Also laying out everything we can offer you and what you can bring to our Nuvofamily so that we can succeed together!
2nd step: Technical testIf the cultural fit interview goes well, we will invite you to move forward and solve a technical challenge based on your role and experience and assessed by our technical team.
3rd step: Technical Interview with the teamAfter passing the technical test, it’s time for a technical discussion around the exercise to better understand your skills and an introduction to the Tech Lead and other team members to give you a better idea of Nuvolar’s team culture and so you can meet some potential future colleagues.
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If your profile fits the position, and you are excited about becoming a Nuvolad or Nuvolady, we would love to hear from you!
Nuvolar Works is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any applicant on the basis of age, gender, sexual orientation, disability, national origin, race, or religion.