A career on the cutting edge of technology and science.

We’re looking for smart, eager people who don’t know how to give up.

 
Software Developer
Aarhus, Denmark
Requirements :

Our Tech team in Denmark works in close cooperation with leading scientists and researchers to implement the next-generation blockchain.

We are looking for developers with a master’s degree or PhD in computer science or a related area. The work will cover all aspects of the blockchain technology (including implementation of a smart contract language, cryptographic primitives and protocols, networking, consensus protocol, databases) using technologies such as Haskell and Rust. It is an advantage if you have experience with one of these or similar technologies.

We can offer a challenging job in an international environment with highly educated and skilled colleagues. Being part of the development team, you will be involved in all phases of the development life-cycle.

If you think this sounds interesting, please send an application or ask for more information as described below.

 
Researchers Aarhus Denmark/Zurich Switzerland
Requirements :

Would you like to help design a science-based blockchain which is perpetually leading edge? Do you thrive in a science team working in close collaboration with internal and external world-leading researchers at Aarhus University, Denmark and ETH Zurich? We are looking for researchers with a PhD to do work on all research aspects of blockchain technology. You will also work closely with the Tech team in developing design documents, in scientific quality assurance, and as internal consultancy to the Tech team and Management team. We are looking to hire in both Aarhus, Denmark and in Zurich, Switzerland. The ideal candidate has a research background in one or more of:
Algorithmic game theory/ Mechanism design/Tokenomics.
Anonymous Credentials.
Cryptographic primitives
Cryptographic Protocol Theory
Distributed DataBase
Distributed System
Robust Peer to Peer Systems
Secure Multiparty Computation
Smart contract language design,
analysis and verification Zero-knowledge protocols / zkSNARKs

However, candidates with other relevant research backgrounds are also very welcome to apply. Documented independent research is an advantage, e.g., a postdoc in a relevant field or work in R&D in industry.

An important part of the job is the close collaboration with the Tech team. You should, therefore, be interested in technology development and have an understanding and respect for programming and software development methodologies.

Experience with programming in for example Haskell and Rust is an advantage, but not a prerequisite. We offer a challenging job in an international environment with highly educated and skilled colleagues.

Being part of the Science team, you will be involved in both fundamental research and more applied R&D work.

As part of the job, you will be given the opportunity to stay up-to-date with the leading researchers in the field by attending conferences, surveying the state-of-the-art research, and do active research in the field.

If you think this sounds interesting, please send an application or enquire more information as described below.

 
Technical Project Manager
Aarhus, Denmark
Requirements :

Our Tech team in Denmark works in close cooperation with leading scientists and researchers to implement the next-generation blockchain.

We are looking for a project manager with a technical focus. In this role, you will be responsible for organising and following up on daily work. Besides this, you will be responsible for planning the activities in the project, including the necessary quality assurance tasks. Besides, you are expected to be part of our continuous work on evolving of our software development process.

We expect that you have a master’s degree or PhD in computer science and that you have experience with management of software development projects. You could, for example, work as a scrum master today and would like to be more involved in defining and optimising the processes.

We can offer a challenging job in an international environment with highly educated and skilled colleagues. As a technical project manager, you will be working with all parts of the organisation.

If you think this sounds interesting, please send an application or ask for more information as described below.

How to apply

To apply, email your CV and a short cover letter “why me” to jobs@concordium.com

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