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Backend Engineer 60-100% (f/m)

Your tasks

  • Extend, test, document and maintain our GraphQL based API
  • Extend, test, document and maintain various Java and JavaScript Applications which compounds our Backend Stack
  • Develop, test, document and maintain various Microservices written in Javascript and Typescript

Your profile

  • Strong programming skills in Node.js, Javascript and Typescript
  • Proficient knowledge of  GraphQL and Microservice Architecture
  • Experience with Docker containers, with relational databases (MySQL) and NoSQL databases
  • Experience building a large-scale application
  • Basic understanding of front-end technologies and platforms
  • Solid understanding of code versioning tools, such as Git
  • Experience with Serverless framework, with Java and with AWS is a plus
  • Familiarity with agile methodologies and pronounced agile mindset
  • Strong team player
  • Fluency in English; German is a plus

Our offer

  • Help building and growing Switzerland’s most engaging media brand
  • Be part of a lean, agile and highly motivated team
  • Mature team structure and processes
  • Responsibility and fun


Ina Sethi
HR Manager
044 259 63 14

Ringier AG is an innovative, digitalised and diversified Swiss media company operating in Europe, Asia and Africa. Its portfolio includes around 110 subsidiaries in the print, digital media, radio, ticketing, entertainment and e-commerce sectors and leading online marketplaces.

Blick reports on everything that moves the Swiss in a clear, courageous, innovative and close manner. Since its foundation in 1959, Blick has become Switzerland’s strongest media brand. Blick reaches its users online at, in the Blick app and on numerous social networking channels. Blick and SonntagsBlick are published in print and e-paper format. Blick TV is the first digital channel in Switzerland. Since 2021, Blick has been present in French-speaking Switzerland. Blick’s content is consumed by more than 1.5 million people every day, hence the slogan: «Blick. I’m in.»