At mgm, we live for our projects. They’re interesting, they’re complex, and they require clever software development solutions from our community of smart and talented engineers. Innovation and shared success drive us. Every day is a celebration of our team’s talents and accomplishments.
We recognize that each colleague at mgm is exceptional. Read on and join our team.
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Browse to find the right job for you at any of our 19 locations.
What is mgm?
mgm has developed web applications for the commerce, insurance, and public sectors for over 25 years. Our steady growth has created a diverse community that spans three continents and more than 900 colleagues, all united around a passion for digitization and enterprise software development.
We prioritize respect for work-life balance, which is central to how we choose our office locations. You can find us in 19 cities across Europe, Vietnam, and the United States, with most offices concentrated in Germany. Our offices all have their own character, from differing aesthetics to localized benefits, but the people inside those offices all unite under the same core values.
Respect. Passion. Innovation.
Do you want to find out more about our locations? Click below.
Speed, professionalism, and transparency are the foundation of our recruiting process – you can expect us to respond in a timely manner to every application. If you’re curious about the hiring process (and want to snag a few tips to make your application stronger), click to learn more about our application roadmap.
How we hire:
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We look forward to receiving your application
Do you have any questions or need more information? Do not hesitate to contact our recruiting team! We are happy to answer all of your questions about mgm and our recruiting process.
If you don’t see your dream job immediately, don’t worry! Send us your CV and we will notify you if we find a good fit.
Small note to personnel service providers: We do not use external support and therefore kindly ask you to refrain from contact requests.