Come help us build things that matter. Tunnll is a startup that creates technologies for the future of the sustainable society, the technologies that make people’s lives convenient, reduce carbon emissions and lead to efficient resource usage. We strive to combine the love of state-of-the-art technologies and a working environment that people are happy to work in.
Tunnll is a nice place to work at
Your work matters
We are a small startup company with a strong focus on the social impact of our projects. At Tunnll it’s more than work, it’s how you can help individuals and the society to solve their real-life problems.
Your own schedule
Need to take kids out of daycare? Have studies in the morning? Or maybe language course each Thursday? It’s fine. At Tunnll you are free to choose your own working hours.
Your own dress-code
Your voice can be heard
Have you ever dreamed of working without a boss? At Tunnll we have a boss-free environment. Instead, we practice a regular rotation of a role similar to that of a SCRUM master. This means that you can have a set of managerial activities for a week and then pass those to another team member. In other words, at Tunnll a team member manages the team today and tomorrow you can become that manager.
We use Skype to hold the team and personal meetings. If or when a team member is not available, we use the Outlook Groups group email software to communicate asynchronously. Also, we use real-time group chat only for urgent communication; we prefer to not use Slack-like tools on a daily basis.
The working language at Tunnll is English.
Work placements for students (practicum)
We would be happy to invite local and international students to join work placements with Tunnll at our office in the beautiful Mediterranean Technology Park of Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Castelldefels, Barcelona, Spain.
All our job openings have a matching work placement.
We are glad to invite students who search for a research topic for their thesis paper (Bachelor’s or Master’s) to join our thesis research activities