Hiring Our Graduates

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Why Hire A Codaisseur Graduate?

Tough selection + Demanding training = Ready professionals.

You’ll get a developer with the demonstrated ability to learn a lot in a short amount of time. In our 11-week Academy, they have lived and breath code for more than 500 hours. Next, to classroom lessons, there are three (group) projects to give them a feel of working like in the real world.

Our graduates possess the following skills but are not limited to:

  • HTML and CSS5
  • Functional Javascript
  • React
  • Redux
  • NodeJS
  • PostgreSQL
  • APIs & Security
  • Typescript
  • GraphQL

Codaisseur Mindset

Determination

The students went on a big adventure; most of them quit their job before starting the Academy. Their commitment to making it work is visible from the day they stepped into our office.

Diversity

We have welcomed people from over 35 nationalities (and counting). 40% of our graduates are female.

Experience

Most of our graduates have work experience; we have seen it all. From a doctor to a lawyer, from musician to historian. Yes, we train people to junior developers, but these people aren’t junior in life.

Cost & Contact

Interested in working with us, or interested in hiring developers?

The tuition fee is € 11.520, evenly divided over 24 monthly instalments which we only charge when the graduate finds employment.

Can I carry this tuition fee? Yes! Like 90% of the hiring partners do, they take it over off their employees and benefit from the tax break. Happy employee and happy accountant, score! Do I have have to? No. But please, offer your employee enough salary to pay it off themselves.

Contact Us

Want to know more about the tuition fee and hiring a junior developer?

Feel free to reach out via +31 85 888 8259 or send us an email at talent@codaisseur.com

Below you will find the profiles of Codaisseur graduates who are available for hire. See some grads that might be perfect for your company? Why not ask us for an introduction.

Meet Our Partners

Ruben Timmerman – founder Springest

On Springest.nl you can find all the information you need for personal development: 75.000 courses, coaches and events of over 6.500 different providers. Tech plays a very big role at Springest, our product is tech.

We hired a junior developer from the first batch of Codaisseur Academy. We are very happy with her. She’s working with us until today and is still growing in her role. It isn’t easy to make sure juniors reach a certain level and generate a good return on investment. It is an advantage though, that we can educate juniors and they get a chance to develop themselves on the other hand.

It’s important that junior developers are eager to learn a lot and are able to learn as well. They also have to pick the right projects: challenging, but not too challenging. They need to ask for help and challenge the established developers with fresh questions as well.

Ruben Timmerman – founder Springest

FAQs

How can I get in touch with your Graduates?

You can either ask us to share a link to your vacancy with our Graduates currently looking for work, or ask us to approach individual Graduates selected by you from the list in the 'Our Hireables' section. Also you are welcome to approach Graduates yourself. For your convenience we listed their names, current residence, preferred stack, as well as links to their Github profile and LinkedIn.

Do I pay any tax on my employee's tuition fee?

No, as an employer you can pay for your employee's tuition fee free of any taxes(no salary tax, no VAT, no profit tax). Training costs are subject to the "Werkkostenregeling" (WKR), but excluded from the "forfait". See Handboek Loonheffingen under 20.1.3 (p.222), available here.

What salary can I expect?

Salaries for your first contract range on average between €2,300 and €2,400 bruto. On top of that your employers pays off your training directly to Codaisseur. In situations where the employer is not paying for your training on average your salary is between €2,500 and €2,600.

Factors that may impact your salary include: your skill level as a developer, the company and industry that you will work in, your previous other (professional) experience. As such we have seen exceptions on either side of the spectrum. Expect your salary to increase soon as your experience and skillset is growing and with that your value to your employer.

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