Who we are…
At Agentero we believe in simple and smart solutions for complex problems.
We are building cutting-edge technology to help insurance agents serve their customers more effectively and help them grow their business. We do so through a data driven platform that provides insurance agents with market access to digital carriers.
We’re putting together a stellar team; We operate and succeed together and we pursue goals with grit, ownership and persistence to delight our customer.
Agentero is a Silicon Valley startup with offices in San Francisco, Nashville and Madrid. We've raised a $13.5M Series A, bringing our total funding to over $20M with participation of top investors like Foundation Capital (Uber, Netflix) or USV (Twitter, MongoDB) and Mundi Ventures (WeFox). It’s gonna be huge! This is just the start...
Who you are...
At least 5+ years experience building reliable systems using programming languages like Go, Java, C# or Python..
Strong experience (2+ years) in Go programming language preferred.
Take ownership of your work and enjoy the autonomy of being able to manage your projects across the different stages of software development: design, implementation, release management and productionaztion.
Great team player: humble, empathy, open mindset.
Strong verbal and written communication skills in English.
What you’ll do
Write clean, robust and performant software using Go programming language.
Drive architectural decisions and constantly improve the systems by vigilantly rewriting, refactoring, and perfecting code.
Collaborate with our Product team to find creative solutions and deliver new features that delight our customers.
Help us to build a culture of engineering excellence that you are proud to belong to.
Stock Options. Own a part of the company.
Budget for training and development
Your preferred tech setup. MacBook Pro + monitor, or whatever you need
Attendance to conferences and events
Team events: Lasertag, escape room, etc.
Offsites in San Francisco
Being part of a Silicon Valley-based startup.
Does this job really require Go skills? If not, please report it and we will take a look.