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Fullstack Engineer

Fullstack Engineer

Amsterdam, Permanent

Last year, we partnered with an innovative scale-up in the sustainable tech space, located in the center of Amsterdam. Right now, from their fleet of autonomous electric vehicles, they provide direct-to-consumer and direct-to-business leasing. We’re rekindling our collaboration as they set to grow (again) as demand for their platform grows.

They’re passionate about growth and the development of their team, so they’ve asked Orange Quarter to search for some promising mid-level Fullstack Engineers who are motivated to build a complex product that makes the world a better place.



OQ-industries EV

What to expect:

Expect an exciting, fast-paced company that offers junior engineers the opportunity to have a tangible impact on building their product (coding, but also bringing new ideas to the table!) There’s a good mix of seniority in the teams, so expect to learn a lot from engineers who’ve been in the game for years and an open environment to ask questions and challenge opinion.

You’ll be responsible for building their flagship product (and revenue maker) across the full stack; you’ll likely spend more of your time on the Nodejs backend rather than the React frontend.

The office is on the canals in Amsterdam and the position is hybrid.


  • An unusual level of autonomy and impact in a medior role.
  • Build a product that changes the world for good.
  • Work alongside experienced engineers.
  • Nice office on the canals in Amsterdam.
  • Good salary, benefits and conditions.


  • 3+ years experience as a Fullstack Engineer.
  • Experience with Node and React.
  • You are ambitious.
  • You do not require a visa sponsor.

Sounds good?

Apply now
For more information, connect with our specialised team member on LinkedIn Merel den Hengst