Becoming a jambitee
Demanding projects can only be successfully completed by top employees. Our customers have trusted this strategy for many years now. They have entrusted us with ever more and larger projects, always oriented at the latest trends. To continue our successful course, we are constantly looking for brilliant minds.
It is less important which specific field of study or vocational training you have completed – as long as you can deliver outstanding achievements. We are particularly happy to receive applications from female software architects! Your age and life situation are also of secondary importance if you…
- are always curious and ambitious
- love challenges and react flexibly to changing innovation environments
- think in a networked fashion and do not hesitate to familiarize yourself independently with new technologies and methods
- have successfully completed a relevant education with above-average results, and possibly are also a top-performer in an exceptional hobby
- are communicative and outgoing with customers and colleagues
- set high standards for yourself
- do not always have to be at the center of attention and consult and support colleagues on your own initiative
"I especially love about the jambit essentials that our participants build up a small cross-departmental network in their first weeks. Personally, I still meet regularly with participants of my former essentials group, for example for a barbecue on the jambit roof-top terrace.
"At the essentials, I was able to ask questions that get lost in everyday project life. For example how we implement agile work in terms of contracts. The afternoon on the climbing wall proved once again the impression from the application process: at jambit, committed social togetherness is a real thing"
One day at jambit - Insights into our daily office life
What does a typical working day at jambit look like? In the video, jambitee Hannah from the Munich office shows the different facets of office life and tells more about jambit.
Five days of "essentials" for jambit-Newbies
Working at a new company, the first weeks are especially exciting – jambit is no exception. Because new colleagues, tasks and maybe even responsibilities are waiting. To make the start and settling in as easy as possible, jambit regularly organizes the "essentials". During the first months, new jambitees swap their workplace for a climbing wall and workshop room for a week.
During this onboarding week, new colleagues exclusively get five days of time and space to get used to the company and corporate culture. Independently from daily project routine and team. Even if "training on the job" is certainly justified, but individual questions the newbies might have often get lost in daily project work. In a mixture of introductions to strategy & sales, teambuilding sessions and workshops on Scrum & everyday project life, it is ensured that all participants get the same full information package about the company. And this is done across all departments, from system administrators and software developers to recruiters and colleagues from marketing & sales. Long-standing employees and external experts take over the tutoring. On the basis of participant feedback, jambit continuously develops the essentials.
Which roles do I encounter in project work with agile teams? Within which contractual framework does jambit work for customers? And how does the figure eight knot work again? In addition to talk about work-related questions, participants at the essentials are also balancing, brainstorming and climbing – supported by professionals. The jambit culture is not only based on professional expertise, but also on trust and enthusiasm, which jambitees experience not only in their daily project work but also in their leisure groups. "At the essentials, I was able to ask questions that get lost in everyday project life. For example how we implement agile work in terms of contracts. The afternoon on the climbing wall proved once again the impression from the application process: at jambit, committed social togetherness is a real thing", says Matthias Vollmer, software engineer and essentials participant in winter 2019.
Any questions left?
Our recruiting team is responsible for the carefully chosen collection of jambit staff.
+49 89 45 23 47 - 415