Who We Are
Based in Berlin and San Francisco, we’re a team of data scientists, fashionistas, physicists, designers, and hackers, working together to tackle a single problem: making it easy for online shoppers to find the right clothes size. We’re helping some of the world’s largest clothing brands solve sizing issues, boost conversions and slash returns.
What We Do
Our size advisor helps companies instantly access the power of machine learning to deliver a perfect fit for customers, optimize e-commerce performance, and add risk-free retail intelligence to their operations.
What The Role Involves
- Working with our data science team on modifications and improvements to our data pipelines
- Writing correct, elegant, flexible and performant code
- Making sure our cloud-based system is easily scalable and reliable
- Developing tools to seamlessly control our Google Cloud-based infrastructure
- Designing new parts of our micro-service architecture
What We're Looking for in You
- Relevant Computer Science degree
- Solid Golang experience and understanding of idioms
- Familiarity with cloud computing
- Knowledge of Linux / Unix systems is a plus
- Experience with a Git workflow is a plus
- Innovative and self-motivated, with strong problem-solving skills
- The ability to work well in a team environment and individually
- Fluency in English
What We Offer You
- A competitive salary / remuneration package
- Hands-on experience building a revolutionary e-commerce product
- A spot in our smart, creative and motivated international team
- Daily breakfast and lunch plus regular team events
Why We’re Different
We're not sitting around wondering what the product is and burning other people's money while expecting everyone to work ridiculous hours for little reward. We're profitable, organised, and already providing a unique solution that delivers huge value to our partners while helping millions of people shop better online.
How to apply
Please send your CV and a brief motivation letter to email@example.com
Does this job really require Go skills? If not, please report it and we will take a look.