Posted
Vilnius, Lithuania

What You Will Do:

  • Build new features and software improvements;
  • Partner with fellow engineers to innovate, architect, develop and scale Oxylabs products;
  • Be responsible for writing clear, tested, documented code that delivers real business value;
  • Deliver and review technical design, code and documentation.

Check-out our tech stack here: stackshare.io/oxylabs/oxylabs

What We Expect:

  • Result-oriented mindset;
  • 2+ years of backend (Python/Java /Go/Ruby/C++) development experience;
  • Willingness to learn Go programming language (having at least basic understanding of Go at the beginning would a plus);
  • Understanding of TCP/IP stack;
  • Proficient understanding of code versioning tool Git;
  • That you are familiar with some of these technologies: MySQL, Redis, Kafka, Rabbit;
  • Passion for breaking things & savage sense of humor.

Interested? Join a culture where:

  • We are crazy about technology. At Oxylabs you can have all the tech you need to work on pioneering global products and expand your own expertise with tech stack that matters;
  • We constantly learn: training courses of your choice, books, conferences, business trips and more. You could join regular internal events, workshops, team retreats & the best workation trips;
  • We believe that the best results come from collaborating. So we like to work and interact together. Yet, we offer flexibility in regards to working hours and place – we support your freedom to choose and bring the best out of you;
  • We are open to feedback not only from clients but also from colleagues - this gives us great lessons to learn. Our culture is based on honesty, trust and ownership;
  • Sure, we also enjoy common life pleasures – we have fully stocked kitchens, a PS4 with plenty of games, Foosball, a Friday happy hour tradition, professional in-house physiotherapists and much more. We also encourage our employees to suggest things to make our offices a happy place to hang.

How to apply

indre.a@oxylabs.io

Does this job really require Go skills? If not, please report it and we will take a look.