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Join our team! Our office is located in the capital city of Lithuania – Vilnius.
Here we do our best to create a cosy and inspiring atmosphere for the talented developers to grow to their potential.

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We're looking for

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Are you:
– Developer with at least 3 years of experience
– Fluent in English
– Speak Python and love Django
– Have been, or want to do a little bit less programming and more people/product management?


If so, read on!

We are looking for an experienced developer who would like to take on the role of Team lead / Project lead to join a mature and stable project that is not a pain in the ass to work on. 

We’ve got a team in place already, the tech stack is pretty decent (Django, React, AWS, Kubernetes), and the people are smart, nice, and understanding (at least we think so).

What would your day look like?

Well, if you decide to come into the office, we like to gather before ~11 AM (Standup is at 12:30). Coming to the office is optional, though.
Since the client is (mostly) in US, you check out slack if anything happened overnight – if it did, put up some tasks into our sprint for triage (how important the issue is / how quickly does it need to be solved / can we quick fix now and proper fix later)
Check out the PR’s from other team members to make sure the code is up to standards. Maybe plan a release to production.
Either do some coding on something that looks interesting to you, or try to figure out a solution to someone’s problem that other team members can implement (or ask for help/advice if needed).
If it’s Monday or Wednesday afternoon, have a call with our US counterparts to sync up the statuses and discuss future plans.
If you’re solving something for someone – you might want to set up a call in the evening with someone from the West Coast.. Maybe see their workflow, and figure out how we can improve it. Maybe discuss the new feature request or some very particular bug. But usually, you can do this in async fashion.

The people you will solve problems for? We’ve been working for a few years to enable a dedicated team of smart individuals to change the educational system, and although we haven’t met everyone we work with (200+ people), all the people we met so far were very friendly and appreciative of everything we did. 

We solve their problems, sometimes even problems they didn’t know they had. Sometimes we say No. Or we say later – and people understand. They ask us if “it’s a reasonable request”. We’re not some contractors – we’re a department at a new kind of University that are equals at the table of how to advance the goals of the organization, and you can be at the forefront of that.

If it sounds a bit scary – we’ve got a big software development team, and most of us are very familiar with the codebase and people you work with, ready to jump in and help out whenever a struggle comes up. And, if you ever get bored… we’ve got other projects you could switch to to brighten your day.

As for the boring details – 

Our office is located in Vilnius.
The office has a sauna, kitchen, rowing machine, and even some beds if you hit the bar downstairs too hard.
Flexible schedule – there are some meetings you want to attend, but as long as the work is done… feel free to work from a beach in Tenerife.
Your colleagues are motivated and self-sufficient, but we’re all a friendly bunch with a relaxed atmosphere.

The project – 

The Minerva University and Minerva Project. It partners with institutions and corporations to help them utilize the science of learning to improve their outcomes. Combining a reinvented curriculum, rigorous academic standards, and cutting-edge technology, Minerva provides an exceptional education to prepare future leaders and innovators across all disciplines.

Minerva University is based in San Francisco, California. The university is distributed throughout 7 world cities, where students travel to obtain a truly global education. Likewise, we are a global team and we are seeking the best of the best.

If you sound intrigued – send us a message to hello@vilantis.ai, and let’s chat.

We are looking for an experienced developer interested in contributing to a long-term, stable and ongoing project.
Our office is located in Vilnius, we offer a flexible schedule, motivating and comfortable atmosphere.

About the project:

The Minerva Project partners with institutions and corporations to help them utilize the science of learning to improve their outcomes. Combining a reinvented curriculum, rigorous academic standards, and cutting-edge technology, Minerva provides an exceptional education to prepare future leaders and innovators across all disciplines.
Minerva University is based in San Francisco, California. The university is distributed throughout 7 world cities, where students travel to obtain a truly global education. Likewise we are a global team and seeking the best of the best.

Requirements:

  • 3+ years of experience in software development;
  • Competence in Django, Rails or similar back-end framework;
  • Decent understanding of object-oriented programming principles. Use of design patterns, unit and acceptance tests as test driven development;
  • Comfort and familiarity with scrum, including: daily stand-ups, sprints, and agile practices like story pointing;
  • Mastery of version-control systems (i.e., git);
  • Good written and spoken English.

Bonus points:

  • Experience with front-end framework React, Angular or Vue;
  • Dev-ops experience with AWS or Google Cloud is a plus.

We are looking for a full-time partnership, but a part-time job could also be discussed.

Please send your CV to hello@vilantis.ai.

Are you:
– Developer with at least 3 years of experience
– Fluent in English
– Speak Python and love Django
– Have been, or want to do a little bit less programming and more people/product management?


If so, read on!

We are looking for an experienced developer who would like to take on the role of Team lead / Project lead to join a mature and stable project that is not a pain in the ass to work on. 

We’ve got a team in place already, the tech stack is pretty decent (Django, React, AWS, Kubernetes), and the people are smart, nice, and understanding (at least we think so).

What would your day look like?

Well, if you decide to come into the office, we like to gather before ~11 AM (Standup is at 12:30). Coming to the office is optional, though.
Since the client is (mostly) in US, you check out slack if anything happened overnight – if it did, put up some tasks into our sprint for triage (how important the issue is / how quickly does it need to be solved / can we quick fix now and proper fix later)
Check out the PR’s from other team members to make sure the code is up to standards. Maybe plan a release to production.
Either do some coding on something that looks interesting to you, or try to figure out a solution to someone’s problem that other team members can implement (or ask for help/advice if needed).
If it’s Monday or Wednesday afternoon, have a call with our US counterparts to sync up the statuses and discuss future plans.
If you’re solving something for someone – you might want to set up a call in the evening with someone from the West Coast.. Maybe see their workflow, and figure out how we can improve it. Maybe discuss the new feature request or some very particular bug. But usually, you can do this in async fashion.

The people you will solve problems for? We’ve been working for a few years to enable a dedicated team of smart individuals to change the educational system, and although we haven’t met everyone we work with (200+ people), all the people we met so far were very friendly and appreciative of everything we did. 

We solve their problems, sometimes even problems they didn’t know they had. Sometimes we say No. Or we say later – and people understand. They ask us if “it’s a reasonable request”. We’re not some contractors – we’re a department at a new kind of University that are equals at the table of how to advance the goals of the organization, and you can be at the forefront of that.

If it sounds a bit scary – we’ve got a big software development team, and most of us are very familiar with the codebase and people you work with, ready to jump in and help out whenever a struggle comes up. And, if you ever get bored… we’ve got other projects you could switch to to brighten your day.

As for the boring details – 

Our office is located in Vilnius.
The office has a sauna, kitchen, rowing machine, and even some beds if you hit the bar downstairs too hard.
Flexible schedule – there are some meetings you want to attend, but as long as the work is done… feel free to work from a beach in Tenerife.
Your colleagues are motivated and self-sufficient, but we’re all a friendly bunch with a relaxed atmosphere.

The project – 

The Minerva University and Minerva Project. It partners with institutions and corporations to help them utilize the science of learning to improve their outcomes. Combining a reinvented curriculum, rigorous academic standards, and cutting-edge technology, Minerva provides an exceptional education to prepare future leaders and innovators across all disciplines.

Minerva University is based in San Francisco, California. The university is distributed throughout 7 world cities, where students travel to obtain a truly global education. Likewise, we are a global team and we are seeking the best of the best.

If you sound intrigued – send us a message to hello@vilantis.ai, and let’s chat.

We are looking for an experienced developer interested in contributing to a long-term, stable and ongoing project.
Our office is located in Vilnius, we offer a flexible schedule, motivating and comfortable atmosphere.

About the project:

The Minerva Project partners with institutions and corporations to help them utilize the science of learning to improve their outcomes. Combining a reinvented curriculum, rigorous academic standards, and cutting-edge technology, Minerva provides an exceptional education to prepare future leaders and innovators across all disciplines.
Minerva University is based in San Francisco, California. The university is distributed throughout 7 world cities, where students travel to obtain a truly global education. Likewise we are a global team and seeking the best of the best.

Requirements:

  • 3+ years of experience in software development;
  • Competence in Django, Rails or similar back-end framework;
  • Decent understanding of object-oriented programming principles. Use of design patterns, unit and acceptance tests as test driven development;
  • Comfort and familiarity with scrum, including: daily stand-ups, sprints, and agile practices like story pointing;
  • Mastery of version-control systems (i.e., git);
  • Good written and spoken English.

Bonus points:

  • Experience with front-end framework React, Angular or Vue;
  • Dev-ops experience with AWS or Google Cloud is a plus.

We are looking for a full-time partnership, but a part-time job could also be discussed.

Please send your CV to hello@vilantis.ai.