Wir ermutigen Menschen, Initiative zu ergreifen und eine Kampagne zu starten. Dafür stellen wir nicht nur eine kostenfreie und leistungsfähige Plattform bereit, sondern bieten handfesten Support für alle, die sich für positiven sozialen Wandel einsetzen wollen. Wir unterstützen die Menschen mit der jahrelangen Erfahrung, Expertise und Leidenschaft unseres Teams.

Sei dabei – wir freuen uns auf Deine Bewerbung!

Aktuell haben wir folgende Stellen ausgeschrieben:
We currently have the following vacancies:

Senior Developer (gn)

Werkstudent*in Fundraising (gn)

Senior Developer (gn)

Full-time or part-time position in Berlin, starting as soon as possible

About us: is the new campaigns platform. We encourage people to take initiative and start a campaign. For this purpose, we not only provide a free and powerful platform, but also offer tangible support for all those who want to campaign for positive social change. We support these people with our many years of experience, expertise and passion. We also lower the threshold to start legally binding initiatives and sign from home.

With, we want to get a little closer to a self-determined society. In times of digital networking, a single person can trigger entire social movements. We believe that by acting together, people will start to trust their own possibilities more again and move society forward: Change is possible!

We are a registered association based in Berlin and 100% donor-funded. You can find more information about us on our websites and

About the role:

At we want to build a product that’s easy to use and that helps initiators to achieve success with their campaigns. We are looking for a Senior Full-Stack Developer to translate into code the tools and products we design and create solutions to make everything safe and the data consistent. And we are looking for someone who believes in social change and people empowerment through technology. You’ll report to the Product Director of the Product Team, work on a task-based flow and also define tasks for other developers.

Your responsibilities:
  • Translate projects into applications. Sometimes from a very detailed project, sometimes from just a quick conversation, you’ll code the ideas discussed by the team. You’ll create and set up databases, develop dashboards for administrators and translate to reality the planned products or new features on existing ones.
  • Code layouts. You’ll receive layouts and translate it to HTML, CSS and JavaScript.
  • Be part of application design. As a small team, we discuss a lot about what we are going to do, so you’ll not just code, but be part of design and architecture decisions.
  • Deploy projects. Let’s make things live!
  • Document the solutions you create. Some of the things you will develop will be used by other teams, so everything must be documented in a clear way and in English.
  • Review code from colleagues. You’ll review and manage the code from other developers, giving them meaningful feedback and sharing the knowledge (and learning from that too).
  • Be open to diverse tasks. From changing the color of a button to defining the architecture of a system, you should be open to tasks with different sizes and challenges.
This describes you:
  • You may have or not have a degree in the field. You may have learned code at university, on a codecamp, through an online course or as a hermit self-taught person.
  • You have at least five years of experience in coding JavaScript, especially using NodeJS.
  • For the front end, you have experience with frameworks, especially React. Bonus if you have experience with CSS-in-JS (like Emotion), component-based systems and internationalization. You also code HTML with accessibility recommended practices.
  • For the back end, you are used to REST APIs, using tools like Express. You also know about non-relational databases, microservices, service messaging, tokens and how to connect with 3rd-party APIs.
  • You know how to use Git and git-flow.
  • You have an idea of deploying tools and methods. Bonus if you know how to use Docker and Kubernetes. Superbonus if you’re used to setting up Kubernetes-based applications and automated flows on AWS. Or you are very open to learning and operating infrastructure.
  • Your code is beautifully crafted, like it’s programming literature. You keep good practices, you pay attention to naming and file structure, you comment on each step, you document everything, you DRY and you keep the standard indentation from beginning to the end.
  • You can think in the big picture but also think modularly. You know that projects have to be universal but specific at the same time.
  • You are a code person, but able to communicate it in a way to make it understandable to the laypeople. You are also a bit interested or at least curious about product management and how it works with the non-product colleagues.
  • You know how to give meaningful feedback and share your knowledge with your peers. You have management skills and are open to manage and review the work from colleagues.
  • You can work in an agile environment with task management concepts, like sprints and story points. You don’t need to know everything about it, but be very open to discuss and follow the team work processes.
  • You are passionate about social change and believe that digital tools can be effective to empower people and create communities.
  • You can work in an English-speaking environment.
What we offer:
  • Working on a social mission with a major social impact
  • A welcoming team with a high level of collegiality, humor, entrepreneurial spirit and energy
  • An agile, digitalized and flexible working environment
  • A job with many opportunities to help shape the organization
  • Remote work is possible – you will be asked to come to the office (located in the center of Berlin) for meetings and co-working
  • This is a full-time or part-time position based in Berlin
  • Salary depending on experience level 65,000 € per year (36 hours/week before taxes)
  • Six weeks of vacation per year
  • Public transport ticket (“Deutschlandticket”)

We value diversity and welcome all applications – regardless of gender, nationality, ethnic and social origin, religion/belief, disability, age, length of unemployment, and sexual orientation and identity.

If you are unsure whether you meet the requirements of the position, we encourage you to apply anyway and let us know what you bring to the table.

How to apply:

Apply via email to (subject: “Senior Developer”) with your CV and a short cover letter that includes the following:

  • An introduction to yourself, telling why you would like to work at
  • Get the frontend and backend roadmaps from Developer Roadmaps and mark the items you know. None is mandatory, but it helps to know what you know.
  • A link to your portfolio or Git service account (like Github or Bitbucket). Choose two to three works you are proud of and explain why.

With, we are getting closer to the vision of a self-determined society. We would be happy if you would support us in this!

Werkstudent*in Fundraising (gn)

20 Stunden/Woche in Berlin, zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt

Über die Rolle:

Als Werkstudent*in arbeitest du eng mit den Kolleg*innen im Bereich Fundraising, User Support und Administration zusammen. Deine vielfältigen Aufgaben reichen von der Bearbeitung eingehender Förder*innen- und Nutzer*innenanfragen über die Kontaktaufnahme mit Spender*innen per E-Mail und Telefon bis hin zur Analyse von Fundraising-Daten und dem Verfassen von Fundraising-Texten und mehr. Du erhältst die aufregende Gelegenheit, zum Wachstum einer neuen Plattform für Demokratie beizutragen, zu verstehen, wie Fundraising funktioniert und Einblicke in die Kampagnenunterstützung zu gewinnen.

Deine Aufgaben:
  • Kein Face to Face Fundraising
  • Betreuung der Förder*innen und Spender*innen (E-Mail, Telefon)
  • Beantwortung von Nutzer*innenanfragen
  • Bearbeitung von Spendenvorgängen und Datenbankpflege
  • Unterstützung bei der Auswertung von Fundraising-Maßnahmen
  • Unterstützung beim Verfassen von Spendenmailings und Spendenanzeigen
  • E-Mail-Marketing
  • Allgemeine Büroorganisation
Was Du mitbringst:
  • Du identifizierst Dich stark mit unserer Mission und setzt Dich leidenschaftlich für positiven sozialen Wandel ein
  • Du interessierst Dich fürs Fundraising und bist bereit, Dich in diesem Bereich weiterzubilden
  • Du verfügen über ausgeprägte Kommunikationsfähigkeiten in Wort und Schrift – Du hast Spaß am Umgang mit Menschen am Telefon und im persönlichen Gespräch
  • Sorgfalt und Fähigkeit zu recherchieren
  • Du kannst gut mit Zahlen und Excel umgehen
  • Sehr gute Deutschkenntnisse (Du schreibst Texte auf Deutsch fehlerfrei)
  • Du kannst in einem englischsprachigen Umfeld arbeiten
  • Lust auf Lernen und Erfahrungsaustausch
  • Du bist für mindestens ein weiteres Jahr an einer Hochschule eingeschrieben
Was wir Dir bieten:
  • Mitarbeit an einer sozialen Mission mit großer gesellschaftlicher Wirkung
  • Ein herzliches Team mit einem hohen Maß an Kollegialität, Humor, Unternehmergeist und Energie
  • Eine agile, digitalisierte und flexible Arbeitsorganisation
  • Einen Job mit vielen Mitgestaltungsmöglichkeiten
  • Ein zentral gelegenes Büro in Berlin-Mitte
  • 17 € Stundenlohn

Haben wir Dich mit unserer Begeisterung für angesteckt? Dann sende uns Deine Bewerbung mit Lebenslauf und Motivationsschreiben (max. 1 Seite) als PDF per E-Mail an (Betreff: „Werkstudent*in Fundraising”).

Wir wertschätzen Vielfalt und begrüßen alle Bewerbungen – unabhängig von Geschlecht, Nationalität, ethnischer und sozialer Herkunft, Religion/Weltanschauung, Behinderung, Alter, Dauer der Arbeitslosigkeit sowie sexueller Orientierung und Identität.

Mit kommen wir der Vision einer selbstbestimmten Gesellschaft ein Stück näher. Wir freuen uns, wenn Du uns dabei unterstützt!