At TomTom we’re mapmakers, providing location technology for drivers, carmakers, enterprises and developers.
Our highly accurate maps, navigation software, real-time traffic information and APIs enable smart mobility on a global scale, making the roads safer, the drive easier and the air cleaner.
Headquartered in Amsterdam with offices in 30 countries, TomTom’s technologies are trusted by hundreds of millions of drivers, businesses and governments worldwide.
Work in an agile team which primary focus on map production systems.
Extend, improve, and integrate features in TomTom map products for embedded and mobile devices as well as for server-based navigation solutions.
Work with and extend our industry-standard runtime navigation map format (NDS) in the automotive or online business.
Maintain our map compilation software stack and contribute to its software and design quality; always strive to improve the quality of our software and map products; continuously improve our testing strategies and test coverage.
Create and share interface specifications, code documentation, and architectural decision records.
Use Java and Java-related technologies like hibernating, SQLite, git.
Work in a clean code environment – we at TomTom pay great attention to testing and software quality, using unit tests, functional tests, integration tests, test automation, automated merge pipelines, quality monitoring through Sonar and Tiobe.
That’s quite a lot but don’t worry, you will work in an environment in which we support each other. As a member of the Scrum team, you will get support, training, and time to get into the project.
Knowledge of Java and object-oriented design principles.
Knowledge of software engineering practices, including unit & integration testing, version control, continuous integration, release building.
Ability to work on varying topics in a lively, fast-changing agile/scrum environment.
Eagerness to learn and to get acquainted with a broad range of technologies and a diverse software stack in a short timeframe as well as focus on ‘getting things done’ and ensuring good quality.
Willingness to work in a self-organizing scrum team, in which you contribute to diverse tasks (development, testing, supporting users, bug fixing, etc.).
Good knowledge of automated testing techniques and tools and experience with CI.
Good command of English both spoken and written.
We are looking for candidates with different levels of seniority (from Regular to Expert).
Meet your team
We’re NDS (Navigation Data Standard), a product unit within TomTom’s Location Technology Products technical unit. We compile TomTom Maps’ source data into an application-friendly run-time format for use in TomTom’s navigation applications and services, as well as third-party partners and customers. Map management and full scope updates are central. On this team, you will create the most innovative technologies to transform online and embedded navigation around the world, ultimately shaping tomorrow’s mobility.
We are self-starters who play well with others. Every day, we solve new problems with creativity, meet new people and learn rapidly at our offices around the world. We will invest in your growth and are committed to supporting you. In everything we do, we’re guided by six values: We care, putting our heart into what we do; we build trust (you can count on us); we create – driven to make a difference; we are confident, but don’t boast; we keep it simple, since life is complex enough; and we have fun because life’s too short to be boring.
Our recruitment team will work hard to give you a meaningful experience during the process, no matter the outcome. Your application will be screened closely, and you can be rest assured that all follow-up actions will be thorough, from assessments and interviews through your onboarding.
We celebrate diversity, thrive on each other’s differences and are committed to creating an inclusive environment at our offices around the world. Naturally, we do not discriminate against any employee or job applicant because of race, religion, color, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, marital status, disability, national origin, genetics, or age.