Vacancies & Application Process

ISM APAC is always looking for talented employees. As soon as you have found a fitting vacancy, do not hesitate to contact us. For some insights on our application process below:

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Take a look at our available vacancies!

Do you want to work for one of the largest e-Commerce companies in Sri Lanka? ISM APAC wants to develop on a national and international level, so take a look at our current vacancies! Our application process

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  • Front End Developer (Magento)

    As a Front-End Developer, you should create pixel-perfect responsive web pages, making eye popping CSS3 animations and writing fantastic java scripts and with these you will closely work with rest of your team members to achieve our one goal, make happy customers.

  • Senior Software Engineer

    You will be a part of a very strong and dynamic team in which we carry values like "together we can achieve more","trust" and "continuous learning" which give you a lot of opportunities. We also expect you to be able to work independently and to seize opportunities when they arise. Are you up for challenge? As an ISM Senior Software Engineer you will get first hand international working experience when it comes to working with our globally distributed development centers located in Netherlands and Ukraine.

  • Software Quality Assurance Engineer

    We are looking for a QA Engineer to join our development team. As a QA Engineer you will get a chance to work on a lot of interesting projects including web applications, websites, mobile apps, Facebook apps and in other exciting projects.

  • Project Manager

    We are looking for Project Manager for Sana Project teams. You would be expected to work autonomously ensuring delivery of high quality software in a very dynamic environment. You are also required to keep a close contact with your Dutch eCommerce and Technical Consultants, while managing your team.

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