Do you want to shape an early stage tech business?
Do you want to be in at the beginning of something?
My client, a well-backed, early stage start-up, have an innovative product already gaining traction. They are focusing on the automation of market data rights management within the fintech space - licensing etc.
Their stack includes Go and AWS with a graph-based dB stack.
They are looking for their second Go engineer (mid-senior) - a self-starter, who enjoys the start-up environment and who can shape their technology and grow with the company. You'll be at the core of the MVP product development. Their plan would be to grow the engineering team to 3 over the coming year.
In this role, you will:
- Be a hands-on software developer spending the majority of your time in code
- Be responsible for all aspects of your projects across the full lifecycle, including:
Scoping project MVP
Technology selection and architecture design
Engineering processes, quality and testing
- Work as part of the team, sharing and reviewing ideas, mentoring and guiding junior team members through technology architecture and implementation details
- Keep up to date with the evolving industry, embracing new languages and frameworks, containers and cloud, and not be afraid to dig deep and learn new things all the time
- Have an inquisitive and curious mind, often exploring the inner workings of the tools and libraries you use to understand how they work
The key skills and qualities needed for the role. You will:
- Have proficiency in software development using Go language ecosystem
- Have a working knowledge of Docker and GIT
- Be able to demonstrate understanding of best practices in software engineering, including testing and continuous integration
- Have familiarity with Linux environment
- Enjoy participating in the full lifecycle of the software product: from idea and design, via implementation and user interface, to operational considerations
- Be able to write clean code, take pride in your work and value simplicity, testing and productivity as part of your daily routine, always putting user experience first.
How to apply
Does this job really require Go skills? If not, please report it and we will take a look.