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When we were kids, we were honest about our fantasies. We were hungry for knowledge and all that mattered was fun. Later, we grew up and started doing what we were told to. What if things could be different?
When we were kids, we were honest about our fantasies. We were hungry for knowledge and all that mattered was fun. Later, we grew up and started doing what we were told to. Soon, we started despising Mondays, and continued with our lives without trying to make our days count.
We honestly believed that this is not the road we were meant to take, because if you are not truly happy, it will show on products you deliver. We wanted an environment where we would feel free to talk about ideas, a place where we could learn something new every day and where we could come to be productive and give our maximum. We wanted a place where you would ask yourself: “How come the whole week has already gone by?!”.
So we founded a company and brought our friendship to the office. We didn’t want employees; we wanted a family of professionals who could devise killing solutions. We called it StuntCoders.
StuntCoders acts as a family, and when we accept a new project, our client becomes a part of our family. We want to make our clients feel welcome, and we want them to know that we care. We care about their ideas and plans and try hard to make them happen. We understand how vital their vision is, as we have fulfilled ours.
Our knowledge is our client’s shortcut to success. And we don’t search for shortcuts in our work. We believe in people and ideas. We know that with a good idea, we can do more, and we’re ready to work more and harder than others because we know that, in the end, we’ll be proud. Proud of what we achieved, proud of ourselves and proud of our work.
Getting a new job is stressful on its own, but don't forget it's a two-way street. It's about us as much as it is about you.
When considering a new job, what do you value the most? Team reliability? Goofy atmosphere? Good salary? We offer all of it.
What else? Don't forget to tell us that in application, or during the discovery call. (More on the process you'll find below).
We prefer focused, determined, driven individuals with a vision—someone who can adjust while bringing their unique strengths quickly. People who seek forgiveness rather than ask for permission. Mini-CEOs that are perfectly capable of working independently and making decisions based on the project's best interests.
Sanja was recently hired to help us elevate our social media game, and she's here to tell you about the interview. She's better than our best extrovert programmer when it comes to talking to the camera. :)
Applying for a job can be very exciting and sometimes nerve-wracking. After you click “send”, you wait and wait, and then wait some more. We know how this feels, and we don’t enjoy it either. That’s why we wanted to share with you how the process looks on our end.
After you apply, your resume will be reviewed by our recruiter and other team members. Here are some tips on how to write your application.
When writing your CV, try to be concise and stick to the critical stuff in less than two pages if possible. Make sure it has no errors or mistakes. You want to get hired to write code, so sending a CV with a non-consistent way of writing commas and dashes is terrible. You can read it top to bottom and ask your friends for help or spell check. For your motivation letter, don’t just write about yourself; let us know that you at least googled us and tried to examine how you would fit with our culture and values. Makes sure to send a git repo or some projects you are proud of so we can see your work.
If our team members find it possible for us to be a good match, we’ll reach out within two weeks to ask if you are interested in doing an online test.
After passing the pre-selection process, you will be invited to our office for an in-person interview so we can learn more about you, your skills and your previous experiences. We want to get to know you in person and give you a chance to ask us as many questions as you’d like.
We want to see if you would be a good fit at StuntCoders and how we click.
During an interview, our psychologist will give you IQ and personality tests that bring a deeper understanding of you. Grasping not only how you behave but also how you think. We do this, as we like for our teammates to get together in and outside the office, and we like to welcome people who will be a great fit.
With your permission, the hiring manager will reach back to your previous employers and check references and impressions of your previous employer (or professors, in case you are a student).
Our aim is to employ, guide and advance remarkably talented, hard-working and dedicated individuals.
As we tend to reply to all applicants, if you haven't heard from us in four weeks, something messy happened. Your email landed in our spam, we did not receive it, or you applied in a language other than English.
We appreciate openness and believe that sharing salaries in the open is a way to go. Here you can find salary expectations for Software Developer positions in different countries.
We work fully remotely.
Yeah. Learn more here: How to apply for internship.
Currently, we only accept interns from ex-Yugoslavian countries due to legal reasons.
It depends on how much you'd like to meet the team. People who write motivational letter about us or our potential collaboration usually skip some steps in the application process. =)
“I'm happy to be working with the StuntTeam for more than four years. I've started as an intern, and the team gave me support during masters, and through my PhD studies. The scope of challanges has changed a lot over years as I grew togther with the company and I'm looking forward to the years to come.”
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