Functional/clojure ui developer

The functional/clojure software developer will join the dev team and contribute as a full stack clojure developer with a focus on UI of the Nuvla B2B edge management platform.


SixSq is building the most advanced edge-to-cloud B2B SaaS platform: Nuvla. With the acquisition of SixSq by Ekinops, we are growing quickly. We are looking for software developers wanting to join a multi-cultural and international team. As a software developer you will contribute to the overall objective of the company, which is to disrupt the IT industry with an open, agile, simple and efficient platform. The platform also includes a marketplace of business applications targeting the far edge in a range of sectors such as retail, manufacturing, transport, telecoms and energy. In time, since we sell as a team, you will also be asked to support sales efforts via creative demonstrations and technical discussions with customers and prospects.

Nuvla is mostly built using the functional language Clojure and the web ui Clojurescript. We therefore are looking for developers with experience in functional languages or willing to learn this amazing paradigm and join a great community. The solution also leverages the ClojureScript re-frame framework and the Elasticsearch backend. And our operations target public cloud infrastructures and Kubernetes as the container orchestration engine.

The core team is based in Geneva, in beautiful Switzerland. Remote working is possible, however you must be living in or around Switzerland, with the ability to come to Geneva from time to time. As the company operates using mature agile methodologies, experience or interest in agile development is required, since this is how we think and do things.

Expect to be given time and space to learn before jumping right in to developing production code for Nuvla. As an agile team, we expect each developer to be able to contribute to feature definition, architecture, design, implementation, testing and operations support. Also, you will be expected to share and present your work to your peers, Nuvla Tech Lead, Scrum Master and Product Owner for feedback and guidance.

Since we continue to operate as a scale-up, with the backing of a publicly listed company, you will have the opportunity to thrive in our fast moving, and exciting work environment.

Tasks and Activities

The responsibilities will include:

Profile and Skills

As a clojure software developer you will need the following skills:


Nice to have


University Degree or equivalent in a technical discipline and/or in-work experience.

Language skills

SixSq operates in English and French. All official documentation is written in English.

Additional information

The candidate must be a Swiss or European citizen. Possession of a Swiss work permit would be an advantage.

Travel within Europe for short periods should be expected, as part of our involvement in European research projects and customer support work.


Switzerland. The main SixSq office is in Geneva. Home working is possible, with regular presence at the Geneva office expected.

Starting Date

As soon as possible.


Selection Process

Interested? Apply now by sending your CV and motivation letter ASAP to

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