You think you would fit into our team, but there is no job available in your position? Give it a try!
What we stand for
- Work-life balance
Work from home or the place you find most convenient; it’s all possible as long as you have internet access. Welcome to the digital age!
- Flat hierarchies & short communication channels
Participate with your ideas and be part of projects you are passionate about. We are open to fresh ideas and contributions.
- Growth & change
Take on new responsibilities and roles over time. We are still in the process of growing as an enterprise which gives room for changing roles, professional growth and developing yourself further in the direction you desire.
- Sports & fun
How well do you play foosball? We challenge you to get better. Would you like to ride a bike to work? We would like to support you. Do you like to go jogging during your break? Go ahead, we can offer you a shower in our Berlin office. What are you waiting for?
Pokeshot headquarters is located in Berlin’s IT hub Adlershof. Berlin is without question one of the most important IT and digital hubs in Germany. Back in 2012, Pokeshot deliberately chose Berlin as its headquarters because we were convinced of the city’s potential.
Am Studio 2, 12489 Berlin
+49 (0) 30 639 277 30
Leading tech enterprises make Dublin the tech capital of Europe. Pokeshot is represented there with their sales team.
Since one of our biggest customers from the automotive industry has their main office in Nuremberg, we have a team for web development and design on-site.
A city by the Pacific Coast in southern California is home to another office for Pokeshot. Being a Jive Partner, we like to be close to the happenings of our target market.
As the Pokeshot Team is growing steadily we decided to open a new office in Dresden.
From now on the departments Marketing and Products will be directed from here.
As a software engineer at Pokeshot, I have to say that everyone is super passionate about
their work, making it a fun team to be a part of!
– Marcus Thormählen, CTO