Java/Kotlin Developer - Schibsted Tech Polska
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Java/Kotlin Developer


Payment Gateway Team

Who we are

Payment Gateway is the main money flow channel for Schibsted newspapers digital subscriptions, handling more than 1,000,000 payments monthly, providing Payment API for nearly all systems within the Schibsted ecosystem. Using microservice architecture, we integrate our clients with Payment Service Providers enabling them to charge users with credit cards, mobile phones, invoices.

Integration with Payment Service Provider APIs is not an easy task. Especially if you would like to handle a bunch of possible corner cases like connectivity errors, consistency problems, and different specific API flaws. You must always challenge your solution asking, “What happens if…”.

We are refreshing our platform with CQRS/Event Sourcing patterns to improve its stability and provide easy extensibility for further integrations. Our team is a group of experienced engineers wanting to make the Payment Service Provider integration as easy as possible, providing easy to consume API, support, and know-how for our clients.

What we can offer

  • Work in a distributed team — development based in Poland, Product Management in Stockholm and Oslo. Business travels possible.
  • Work on many different areas of the JVM world, following microservices concepts, serverless and Continues Deployment style.
  • The time required to focus on quality – pair programming, mob programming, knowledge sharing sessions.
  • Having an impact on the project at all stages – business needs, brainstorming, design, implementation, testing, deployment.
  • After office hours, we may: take you to ramen, play tennis, play board games, go to jam sessions, and many others.

What we expect

  • Java experience (conventions, patterns, internals) – we use Java 8.
    Kotlin experience or willingness to learn Kotlin – Kotlin is our first choice language for new services.
  • Experience with Spring and Spring Boot is nice to have – most of our microservices are based on Spring Boot. It’s our first choice micro-framework.
  • Background in designing, building, monitoring, and operating large scale distributed systems – our services are pretty complex.
  • Interest and ability to quickly learn new technologies – we must adjust to changing requirements and new challenges.
  • Nice to have experience with Amazon Web Services – Payment Gateway runs on AWS.
  • Ability to question product decisions and come with suggestions for improvement – we expect involvement in product development and engagement in technical discussions.
  • Excellent communication skills (also English) – we would like to learn much from you.
Contact person Kamil Stolarczyk

Our recruitment process - fully online!


Fill out the form and send us your CV - don't forget to mention all the things you are proud of! Once your CV is qualified for the next step of recruitment, you can expect contact from our recruiter.

Recruiter phone call

We are curious to get to know you and thus will ask you a few questions about your experience, motivation and expectations, as well as tell you more about Schibsted and our projects.

Programming task (optional)

Time to show off your practical skills during a home assignment - we don't want to stress you with onsite programming. Every solution is then carefully reviewed by our technical recruiters.

Technical interview

Now let's meet face-to-face and talk about your knowledge and skills - we'll start from reviewing your task and then move forward to more complex topics. Don't forget asking questions too!

Team fit interview

Have a chance to meet the Product or Engineering Manager you will be working with. During this step we'll focus mostly on soft topics - your work style, approach to software development and other.


Usually we need some time to summarise the process and then - yay, the offer is on the table! You have just received the opportunity to join one of our teams and work together with us :)

Our perks


Training budget

Fully flexible. Books, conferences, online courses, you name it.


Social package

Each month you receive benefit points transferrable to tickets, discounts or a prepaid card.


Four extra days off

We’re not minimalist. That’s why you get 4 days more than Polish law requires.



Sometimes you need to do your stuff without being at the office or start a day later thanks to flexible working hours.


Top-notch equipment

Most modern stuff with MacOs or Windows on board & mobile with either Android or iOS.


Home office supplement

Financial support to your home setup to make your WFH more enjoyable and healthy.


In-house trainings

Improve your business, tech & soft skills during working hours


Tech Jump

Mentoring program that helps you to learn completely new frameworks and programming languages.


Mental health support

A voucher for 3 online sessions with a professional therapist and a series of mental health oriented webinars.



Choose the level that suits you and pick up your favorite sports venues.


Medical care

With flexible plans tailored to you or your family.


Electric scooters

We do have our own electric scooters ready to be borrowed for the work commuting.

Life at Schibsted