Building the world's first outdoor adventure platform brings new and interesting challenges every day.
Every one at FATMAP is committed to enabling people have better, safer adventures in the outdoors.
As both a fast growing company and community, we're looking for people who are passionate about the outdoors, creative with technology and can thrive in fast-moving environments.
After all, if it was easy... everyone would be doing it.
We're backed by the best European investors and have an incredibly talented and diverse mix of people.
We also love to get outdoors as much as we can. We call it 'product testing'.
Senior Interaction Designer (Berlin)
In your role as a Senior Interaction Designer at FATMAP your job will be to hands-on create the most relevant and engaging digital experience for people to go outdoors and live their adventure - from the moment they look for a place to go, to the moment they want to share their adventure story, and the entire journey in between.
Embrace the company vision and translate it into a tangible, coherent product experience, in regular exchange with product leadership
Drive and build a relevant, high quality user experience across mobile and desktop, doing hands-on UX, interaction and visual design
Run design sprints in collaboration with product management, including User Testing and Design QA
Brief, guide and collaborate with engineers to deliver a great product, on a weekly basis
As a Full-stack engineer at FATMAP your job will be to build, scale and support our services that underpin our web and mobile experiences. You could be a great fit if you have experience with:
• Ruby/Ruby on Rails
• GIS (PostGIS, QGIS, ArcGIS etc)
You’ll be working closely with our engineering and product leads, as well as our GIS, Platform and Rendering teams.
Senior Mobile Engineer - React Native (Berlin or Vilnius)
You'll be continuing the work we’ve put in over the last 18 months building the FATMAP mobile app, and helping us become the tool of choice for everyone's outdoor adventures. We’re looking for a mobile app developer who is very strong on React Native and has developed native apps on either iOS or Android (ideally both).
You will take ownership of our mobile platform, building rich media experiences and an impeccable user experience based on React Native and our in-house 3D mapping SDK. You’ll help us to solve interesting problems (such as how to reliably report location when offline halfway up a mountain) that don’t crop up in your average todo list app.
We work flexible hours and we all do some remote work, but we believe that the best results come from working side-by-side.
Take ownership of our mobile platform and team, helping us to grow both to become the go-to companion for adventures across the globe.
Strong focus on performance, stability and reliability, even (especially) when offline.
Work with the design team to build flawless user experiences at 60fps.
As part of our Product team, work closely with our Rendering and Platform teams to deliver a unified, premium experience across all platforms.
Help us stabilise the existing application by continuing and expanding our practices of testing, type-safe code, and QA (manual and automated).
Contribute to the evolution of our engineering practices, mentor our junior developers and get involved with our frequent discussions on code quality, best practices, and workflows.
DevOps Engineer (Berlin)
As a DevOps engineer at FATMAP your job will be to build, scale and support the infrastructure and services that underpin both our customer facing applications as well as our internal tools.
You’ll be working closely with our engineering and product leads, as well as our GIS, Applications and Rendering guilds.
As a fast growing company, scaling our systems as we grow will be a core part of your job.
Building out our metrics, logging and tracing infrastructure to give us full insight into our stack.
Looking after our AWS & Heroku accounts & infrastructure.
Managing our external services (CDNs, Databases etc)
Ensuring security standards throughout our infrastructure.
Improving the performance and reliability of our tile and data stacks.
Maintaining and improving our user databases.
Iterating on our PostGIS adventure databases.
Mentoring our more junior developers.
Building on our current engineering processes such as code reviews, pull requests etc.
Helping us continue to build our engineering culture.