VRVis, a well-known Austrian research institute in the field of Visual Computing, is looking for a skilled and creative mind!

We offer an open-ended position for an experienced Software Engineer/Web Developer (f/m/d) who will support the front-end development of Visdom's cloud-based setup. Visdom is VRVis' simulation software solution for visual decision support in climate change adaptation and disaster management.

You will join our Integrated Simulations R&D-team of highly motivated researchers and software engineers who enjoy finding innovative solutions in a constructive and friendly atmosphere.

Your main tasks

  • Front-end development for cloud-based setup of our software solution Visdom
  • Optimizing our clients’ and end users’ experience

Your background

  • Avid web developer with sound coding skills in TypeScript and React
  • Nice to have: experience with Redux, PixiJS, or similar Canvas/WebGL graphic frameworks
  • Knowledge of map APIs for geospatial visualization would be a plus

Our offer

  • Excellent professional support in an international team
  • Permanent position, preferably full-time, up to 40 hours (negotiable), starting asap
  • Flexible working hours, home office option, well-equipped workplace
  • Offering equal opportunities as recognized by "equalitA", the Austrian Gender Equality Seal of Approval
  • Contributing to climate change adaptation, e.g., by improving heavy rain and flood hazard maps in collaboration with domain experts and end users
  • Location: Vienna, Austria, with easy access to the office by means of public transport
  • Salary according to collective labor agreement (IT-Kollektivvertrag) starting at EUR 3.200,- gross per month with overpay depending on qualification and previous professional experience

Applications are always welcome

We particularly invite female candidates to apply.

Please forward your application documents, including:

  • CV
  • References
  • Work samples

Selection will take place on a rolling basis.


Franziska Steyer-Beerman (HR)


VRVis Research Center