🌎 Fully remote
80000 110000 YEAR USD
💰 USD 80K - 110K / year

We’re an opensource project, and we’ve rewritten Linux from scratch to make Kubernetes secure and easy to manage. We’re looking for a senior Go developer to work with our worldwide distributed team to help drive our product plans forward. 

A few hours overlap with morning Pacific time is needed, but you can be anywhere.


Writing scalable, robust, testable, efficient, and easily maintainable code

Translating software requirements into stable, working, high performance software

Playing a key role in architectural and design decisions, building toward an efficient micro services distributed architecture

You will work with customers to support and debug technical support requests.

You will document the systems you help build.

Minimum Qualifications

If you are a smart developer, an expert in Golang, (ideally) know your way around Kubernetes or the Linux kernel, and are interested in changing the world of distributed systems, we’d like to hear from you.

Good verbal and written English communication skills. We are a distributed team so we’re mindful about communication. Documentation is essential for an open source project like ours, so we want someone that is willing to ensure all their good development work is documented.

Strong knowledge of Go programming language, paradigms, constructs, and idioms

Why you should join

We are committed to opensource; we are doing innovative work bringing Kubernetes declarative structures to an API managed operating system, and tools that automate the whole datacenter. We are all remote, and want everyone to feel heard and have a massive impact on the company and the product. We are a results-only work environment, meaning you’ll be judged on how much you contribute, not the time you were online. You get to work with a great group of smart developers from around the world, have a big impact in an innovative field, and learn new skills in a small but growing company.

How to apply

Please email a resumé to

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