Ricardo France

Originally from America, Jeremy is a DIY hacker and modular synth enthusiast. During his 25-year career, he worked as a full-stack web and mobile developer, and later consultant and entrepreneur, managing projects for Nickelodeon, NBC, The New York Times and various e-commerce businesses.

After joining ricardo.ch in 2016 he brings his experience and pragmatic approach on software engineering and IT management to Switzerland’s largest marketplace. At ricardo.ch, he leads a talented team of more than 50 engineers in three different locations, who work cross-functionally together to build a truly unique and powerful marketplace platform.

Jérémy fell in love with the web 6 years ago. Today he fulfils his passion for creating things by specializing in frontend development. Jérémy has worked in companies ranging from start-ups to big corporations, in the UK and France before joining Ricardo France as a Senior Engineer.

He loves working with a modern technical stack (javascript <3), and appreciates the possibility to take on side projects, such as giving courses to students, participating in recruitment or elaborating Ricardo France’s employer brand (hello #welcometothejungle).

Fabien has been working as a developer for 10 years now. He started his career by writing software programs in C#, working in service companies of all sizes. After joining Ricardo France in 2014, he discovered the world of web, and rapidly grew into the position of a Senior Engineer.

After a year of project work in a team of 6 to 10 people, Fabien became a Tech Lead, driving a team of engineers and managing projects that span different technologies in collaboration with his Product counterpart.

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For 20 years Ricardo France has been the cornerstone of ricardo.ch SA, the biggest online marketplace in Switzerland, counting today more than 3 million registered users.

ricardo.ch is known in every Swiss home as a platform where idle and secondhand objects find new life and meaning. From classic design pieces to unique coins and stamps, to the latest electronic appliances and tractors, ricardo.ch is the place to go. The thrill of winning an auction, the excitement of making a good deal, the satisfaction of being environmentally responsible - this is ricardo.ch!

The technical platform of this purely Swiss product takes root in the French Riviera. Today the team Ricardo France, located in Sophia Antipolis, counts nearly 30 engineers who work hand in hand with their peers based in Zug (headquarters) and Belgrade.

What they are looking for

Despite the culturally diverse and geographically spread out teams, the company is often referred to as the “ricardo family”, where mutual support and open-mindedness are anchored in the daily business.

Continuous improvement is the heartbeat of ricardo.ch, and change is progress. This fast-paced environment will be particularly exciting for curious and creative individuals, yearning to contribute with ideas, take on a challenge, yet be capable of resilience. With a flat hierarchy and agile work mode, it is the perfect place for team players who value cross-functional collaboration and wish to take ownership of projects.

User happiness is the ultimate mission of ricardo.ch. In the engineering culture this translates into thinking beyond the lines of code, truly caring for the product, and bringing positive energy to help build a next-generation marketplace platform.

Good to know

Strong believer in learning and growth, ricardo.ch regularly organizes hack days, workshops, trainings. Engineers get to attend tech conferences, and sometimes hack hardware together. The company dedicates part of engineering time to improving skills and innovating.

Ricardo France pays special attention to keeping a fun and friendly atmosphere in the office:

  • BBQ on the terrace, aperitifs, and celebrations
  • Fresh fruit for a vitamin boost!
  • Homemade pastry to share
  • Babyfoot is a bit cliché, but it’s so much fun!
  • Sports unlimited: jogging, cycling, football and much more!

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