Hello! We are Engineers from Lemax. We are looking for new teammates.

Hello! We are Ana, Neven, Miloš, Domagoj and Kanwal, Engineers from Lemax. We are looking for experienced Developers and QA Engineers.

Get to know us a bit more, and if this sounds interesting to you – let’s have a talk!

What does it look like on the inside: 

  • All devs do a full-stack taken into consideration the fact that the projects we do require more work on the backend than on the frontend. 
  • You will be greeted by an ASP.NET Web Forms application that has been evolving for over 10 years. We are gradually introducing new technologies, but for the most part, we are still working on old technologies. Despite the legacy, we insist on applying good coding practices and principles to our code, every day.
  • Identifying and tackling problems and suggesting ways to solve them is part of our daily lives. But we are not alone in that. We have the opportunity to work with top architects who have a clear vision of what Lemax should look like and how it should be built. And with top developers who are always looking at how to improve and write code in the best possible way. And we work together, “side by side” with each other and learn from each other together. Yes, we currently spend most of our time on the legacy code and framework. But the concepts applied are new. Concepts that cannot be found in small agency projects of a few months or with products that are just beginning. 
  • Seeing how a diagram of system architecture evolves with each iteration of delivery, bit by bit, is invaluable. With all this, we want to emphasize to you that we want to work with the latest tools on every new module, service, or layer. Where we can, we modernize. Learning to be pragmatic, to weigh when to strive for modernization, and when to do the best with what you have is also a skill that is honed at Lemax and with which we get better every day. 
  • Tourism is a large and growing industry that still does not have a top software product. That’s why Lemax has a great opportunity to grab that position. 
  • QA in Lemax has the potential to have a big impact. He/She is not just a tester that ultimately determines if something can be released or not. Through QA’s continuous work, he/she instructs the rest of the team on current product quality and potential risks. We consider the QA role to be a crucial part of development.

What we offer:

  • The atmosphere and interpersonal relationships are some of Lemax’s strongest assets. Teams help each other at every turn, and more experienced colleagues are always ready to help those with less knowledge.
  • How your career path will look like, mostly depends on you. Just in the past 3 months, 10% of our employees got promoted! If you have the desire, will, and work habits to acquire new skills and knowledge and respond to various challenges and opportunities to show what you can and know, then you will certainly be rewarded for it.
  • Access to Udemy account, internal library, internal education – which mostly covers topics such as communication skills, time management, but also we nurture internal knowledge exchange of technical topics. And let’s not forget – Tech rally occurring on a monthly basis!
  • Given the current situation with the health measures, we try to adapt to the situation as much as possible and ensure that everyone feels safe and cared for. A lot is done from home, those who want to come to the office do so in shifts to reduce the number of people.
  • We would include here other benefits such as: a day off for parents of first-graders, various initiatives such as Multisport, organized gatherings, and sports groups. Then, fully paid sick leave, the possibility of getting a better credit rate when taking a loan, payments to the third pension pillar, etc. We’re constantly improving our benefits system.
  • Things like fruit, coffee, and tea we don’t need to point out as benefits – we consider them as office kitchen essentials.

What is important to us: 

  • Just as you will be able to rely on us, we expect you to be responsible, reliable and that if you get stuck anywhere you will not hesitate to ask for help. Knowing how to ask for help and say that you don’t understand something, we consider as a virtue.
  • We will ask you to warn us if you notice any practice that could be better and we will listen to you. In this way, we grow both as individuals and as a department, and our product grows as well.
  • While we want you to say openly if you see something could be done in a better way, we also want you to develop pragmatism and patience. This means knowing how to weigh when to advocate for modernization and when to do your best with what we have and to be aware that some changes will not happen overnight. The modernization of technologies is a means to an end, not an end in itself.
  • Continuous learning and development are expected from all Devs, because in our industry every new technology becomes old very quickly.
  • Specifically, in development and QA, the greatest importance is not in knowing any specific technology (although it is a very important factor). In order to grow as a software engineer, it is more important to have skills such as: the ability to break complex problems into smaller ones that are relatively easy to resolve, the ability to assess the complexity and risk of development, the ability to delegate some work to junior colleagues, the ability to mentor and teach others, understanding the scope and impact that every change brings with it. The tool or technology is learned in a couple of weeks. These skills develop over the years.

If you’d like to find out more about what it’s like to work in our Engineering team – or apply right away – check out our >> open positions.