March 13th, 2023
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Edit: We got a lot of applications – thank you so much to everyone who was interested in that job! We won’t consider applications fo this position anymore. Thanks for understanding, and again, thanks for your interest.
We’re looking for a Berlin-based full-stack web-developer to work on the next generation of our charting tool. We’re a small startup, but newsrooms around the world use our tool and millions of people see Datawrapper charts every day. Among our customers are Fortune Magazine, The World Bank, Süddeutsche Zeitung and other major news and media outlets.
At Datawrapper, you can enjoy flexible working hours, significant individual freedom and a high degree of product ownership. You will join a small team that aims to make a big impact. If you’d like to chat, simply reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.