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Southampton, UK - fully remote

Senseye is an exciting and rapidly expanding start up in the field of condition monitoring and prognostics. We are developing a cutting edge cloud product to provide scalable prognostics and advanced condition monitoring to the manufacturing sector. Our team of engineers consist of software engineers, data scientists, UI experts, physicists and mechanical engineers. Following successful investment funding and strong traction from large multi-national clients, we are looking to expand the engineering team.

We are seeking an ambitious and versatile back-end software engineer to support the development and evolution of our web-based application. You will work closely with the wider development and R&D teams, taking on responsibility to develop new capability for our customers.


  • Experience building complex applications with modern best practices (e.g. test driven development, continuous deployment, code reviews)
  • Familiar with the building blocks of scalable cloud systems: Linux, containers and service oriented architecture
  • Thrive working on the bleeding edge and can learn new technologies independently
  • Knowledge of software engineering principles: object-oriented design, distributed computing and software design patterns
  • Comfortable in a culture of fast iteration
  • Attracted to complex problems
  • Experience working as part of a team on a rapidly growing application and codebase is ideal
  • You have at least a couple of years experience

Our Stack:

  • Predominantly Golang backend, with some Node, Java and Python
  • Mongo, Redis, Neo4j and InfluxDB data storage
  • Microservice architecture
  • AWS
  • Docker + ECS orchestration


  • Work where you want, when you want
  • Super flexible leave
  • Startup vibe - autonomy, trust and excellence
  • Dedicated time to give back to the open source community

Salary will be in the region of £30,000 to £60,000, depending on experience

Location: Anywhere, headquartered in Southampton, UK

Sound fun? Come on and have a chat with us…

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