Backend Engineer at Unisport


Written by Zlatko Popovic

Unisport is the leading online football retailer in the Nordics and a global media destination for football related content. We believe in connecting and engaging with football obsessed teens, and provide a seamless online and offline shopping experience. Premium on all touch points. You will become a part of a young and dynamic company with more than 100 employees, where you will have the opportunity to make a difference.

Backend Engineer at Unisport

The position is located in Copenhagen Denmark and you will become part of a team of very skilled and highly motivated developers who do not shy away from any new technology. Our current stack includes Python, PostgreSQL, Redis, Celery, React, Kafka and Zookeeper just to name a few, all playing in sweet symphony on AWS.

What you’ll do

  • - Build and maintain scalable applications based on Python as well as a lot of other interesting technology, see here for more information
  • - Monitor, test and continuously optimize existing applications
  • - Collaborate with the front-end engineers, graphics designers and other stakeholders
  • - Work in an environment that supports and encouraged individual growth
  • - Help ensure that our customer’s experience is the very best it can be

Who you are

  • - You have experience in web development
  • - You value team success over personal success
  • - You know or want to know Elasticsearch
  • - You know or want to know about Spark and time series databases

About us

We have been in love with the game since 1995. That's when Unisport was founded in a small Copenhagen apartment. In 2002 we launched our first web shop, serving football players and supporters with the best football gear, all over Denmark. Since then we have successfully launched local web shops throughout Scandinavia and most of Europe, and serve football fans on multiple platforms all over the globe.

How to apply

Send your application to where you mention some of the cool things you have been involved in, if possible by linking to projects on which we can see. We ask all potential candidates to do a coding challenge that can be found here