Do you believe in beauty when it comes to programming? Do you have a vivid interest in elegant algorithms? Are you fluent in C++? If so, you should consider joining us as a C++ developer.
Are you outgoing by nature and fluent in English and German? Can you stay on top of your work, organize your time, and multitask? If so, join us as a recruiting manager.
Do you enjoy working with intelligent customers and colleagues? Are you interested in solving real-world problems? If so, you should be our next support engineer.
Even if your skills aren't quite a match for the above profiles, please don't hesitate to contact us. We welcome the opportunity to find out whether there's a potential match.
think-cell is a small and fast-paced software company in Berlin, Germany, with a focus on developing graphics products that stand out from the crowd. We know that our success is based on the skills and dedication of our team members. Therefore, we created a working environment that is friendly and welcoming and makes exceptional people come and stay.
We follow our own strategy and do not have to make compromises with regard to code quality and beauty, because think-cell is highly profitable and has no outside investors. Our leasing licensing model leads to continuous feedback and improvement. Rushed, marketing-driven deadlines are unknown because we only release the software when it is ready.
think-cell encourages a healthy work-life balance. We do not work at night or on weekends, yet offer a very competitive salary. Most of our employees happily spend it with their growing families.
More than 500,000 users worldwide rely on our software for their daily business as it makes creating PowerPoint presentations so much easier, faster, and more enjoyable. Among our customers are many renowned consulting companies and large international corporations.
think-cell was founded and is still managed by two computer scientists. We know what our employees need to enjoy their work and create great software. Most likely due to our academic roots, we are flourishing without program managers, meetings, and (of course) ties.