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Nizhny Novgorod, Nizhny Novgorod Oblast, Russia

Our business tools team is responsible for keeping things flowing smoothly and eliminating waste from our processes. They work closely with internal customers in our operations group to develop the systems we use to sell, ship, install and support hundreds of thousands of devices around the world. This isn't a typical internal tooling job. Our internal systems are just as important to our success as our customer-facing product and we treat them as such.

We're looking for senior engineers with experience in systems integration and full-stack web development. We use tools like Go, Cassandra, ElasticSearch and Ember.JS. We don't expect you to be an expert in everything we do, but you should have a strong background in some plus an interest in learning the rest. Experience with product design or tight customer colaboration is a plus.

We've built an environment where you can focus on big problems. Low on meetings and overhead. We are a community of makers and we want people with the same mindset. Focused on building great solutions to the problems our customers face.

Requirements:

Three years of experience in Go, Python, C/C++, Java, Ruby or Node.js

Two years of experience with web application development

Bonus points:

Experience with a project that used continuous deployment or Kanban

Experience with direct customer interaction

Production experience with Cassandra

NN office details:

This is the job in the Russian branch of international tech company RetailNext.

Employment according to the Labor Code of the Russian Federation (official salary, paid medical leave, etc.).

Benefits program: Life and Medical insurance, Sport compensation program, Stock options and Bonus program.

Possible business trips to US (San Jose, CA).

Modern comfortable office in the City Center, underground parking.

Flexible schedule, young and energetic team of professionals.

How to apply

send resume and cover letter to natalia.fel@retailnext.net

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