- You set up and maintain a progressive and demanding working environment for all Frontastic staff
- You have a background in Organizational Development, Human Resources, Industrial and Organizational Psychology or are an experienced IT team lead
- This isn’t a junior position, and you should’ve already gained leadership experience yourself
Meeting in person
Currently we meet every four weeks in person. This works because we don’t live too far apart.
In preparation for each weekly meeting (which we organize as a video meeting), everyone briefly tells the Slackbot what they want to share with their colleagues. In this way we’re wonderfully asynchronous; if you’re on vacation, for example, you can easily pick up the most important things you’ve missed in the meantime.
Sometimes it’s just nice to work together with others in the same room. We often get together spontaneously. To do this, we simply use Google Hangouts, for all those who have the inclination and time to work together. If you want to have your peace of mind or take a call, just go out again – quite uncomplicated.
Tools used for remote work
Remote team at Frontastic is using 4 tools like Notion, Slack and Hangouts when working remotely.
Slackbot asks us every morning about our plans, so that our colleagues have the chance to know. In the evening it asks us about results and our mood.
Our daily standup meeting is just a bot inside Slack!
We often get together spontaneously. To do this, we simply use Google Hangouts, for all those who have the inclination and time to work together.
It’s also a great way to learn about new topics or just pair programming. And, of course, it also stimulates a sense of being together.
We try to be as asynchronous as possible. Therefore we don't aspect you to answer even direct mentions immediately.
This is where all information comes together. All people at Frontastic. We have a quarterly Notion house keeping day to keep it well structured.
Our daily standup meeting is just a bot inside Slack. It asks us every morning about our plans, so that our colleagues have the chance to know. In the evening it asks us about results and our mood.
We often get together spontaneously on a Google Hangouts call. Among other things, it's a good opportunity for pair programming.
We are not dogmatic about the way we work. We use the methods that seem most appropriate for each situation. When we realize that we need more structures, we create structures. Not before 😉