Software Developer at Peercode

Software Developer at Peercode

If you would like to contribute to inspiring interactive applications in the medical and health field, the role of a software developer at Peercode might be right for you. As a software specialist, you enjoy working independently and in small teams. You collaborate well and enjoy developing a beautiful and functional product in partnership with clients. With your knowledge, experience, and analytical skills, you can take on projects from start to finish, solving problems collaboratively. Personal development is important to us, so there is plenty of room for expanding your knowledge. Peercode succeeds when you and your colleagues thrive. It’s that simple!

Tasks and Responsibilities:

Work independently and in small teams as a software specialist on the development of advanced information systems, websites, communities, and/or mashups. There are also opportunities to develop mobile applications (usually in Flutter for iOS and Android).

  • Translate client requests into effective and efficient functionality.
  • Collaborate on problem-solving.
  • Develop custom internet applications, websites, and apps.
  • Take responsibility for your own projects.
  • Communicate with clients for problem-solving and the development of new functionalities.

Peercode offers:

  • Challenging, inspiring, and innovative projects.
  • Flexible working hours, full-time or part-time, with the option to work partially from home.
  • Competitive salary (€2500 to €5000 per month, depending on knowledge and experience) and excellent benefits.
  • Ample room for development, both technically and personally.
  • Good pension plan and WIA insurance.
  • Vacation pay.
  • Bonus scheme.
  • Travel allowance.
  • Choice of laptop and mobile.
  • Easily accessible by public transport.
  • Parking space available.
  • Good coffee and lunch provided by Peercode.

Peercode requires knowledge of and experience with:

  • MySQL and database design.
  • Experience with PHP/JavaScript/Docker.
  • Experience with HTML/CSS/JSON.
  • Experience with PHP frameworks (Laravel, etc.) is a plus.
  • Experience with jQuery, Bootstrap, and/or Vue is a plus.
  • Experience with iOS or Android development is a plus.

You have:

  • HBO or WO education with a substantial ICT component.
  • At least 1 year of experience with a server-side web programming language.
  • Experience with object-oriented programming.
  • Proactive with ideas and problem-solving approaches.
  • Social and good communication skills.
  • Driven, professional, and customer-oriented.


Geldermalsen, a village on the Linge, is located between ‘s-Hertogenbosch and Utrecht, with an excellent train connection. You work at the office in Geldermalsen, and if preferred, you can work 2 or 3 days from home.

About Peercode:

Peercode specializes in translating knowledge and programs in the medical, sports, and health fields into inspiring interactive applications. With over 20 years of experience, Peercode currently consists of a team of 21, including 10 colleagues as software developers, 2 as UX designers, 3 as system administrators, and 4 as Medical Device and Quality specialists.

Peercode has three main activities:

  • Development of medical and health programs (e.g., IMID Monitor, COPD app, Firefighter Coach).
  • Online health and well-being risk assessments.
  • Development of custom internet applications, websites, and apps.
  • Peercode’s clients range from startups to multinational companies, including MSD, Erasmus MC, AMC, KLM Health Services, Sanofi Genzyme, Sensoterra, Arbo Unie, UWV, Police, Fire Department, and Pfizer.


Peercode has a flat organizational structure with no account managers. They work in teams and provide more responsibility as you grow. The company emphasizes an informal, collegial, and no-nonsense culture, encouraging personal development and initiative. Shared lunches, table football, and regular gatherings contribute to a positive work atmosphere. Peercode values giving you the freedom to continue learning and developing new skills. Many projects focus on health, aiming to assist doctors in providing better care and helping patients receive more effective treatment.

Contact Information:

Contact Govert de Vries at 088 00 841 11 or via email: