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Posted
London, UK

Ori is empowering networks to deliver future services through distributed applications. Based in central London, we are looking for a Senior Backend Developer to join a growing team of driven and talented individuals. We are looking for candidates interested in driving architecture, technology choices and using their experience to help improve our edge computing platform.

Excited by microservices? Deploying on top of Kubernetes? Writing in Go? Curious about edge computing? So are we!

Our Promises

  • Support each team member’s personal development, prioritising growth in knowledge around technology
  • Build an environment that encourages individual autonomy within a close-knit team
  • Provide constant technical challenges and puzzles requiring creative thinking and problem solving
  • Encourage the proactive use of new technologies and processes

Your Responsibilities

  • Develop, test, deploy, and maintain services capable of delivering content, applications and services in a 5G-ready world
  • Ensure software is designed and implemented for quality, robustness, and scale
  • Support Ori and the rest of the product development team in resolving customer problems in the telecommunications market and beyond
  • Take ownership and responsibility of production-ready code
  • Contribute to and ensure the completion of code development so that product releases reach general availability on time

The Requirements

  • Experience and understanding of production-ready services in a Cloud-like environment (public or private)
  • Multiple examples of architectural designs or decisions resulting in real-world implementation
  • Continued development experience; writing code, tests, and debugging issues
  • Strong grasp of core architectural and programming principles
  • Experience with Go or similar languages (Java, C/C++, etc.) 
  • Architectural concepts (SOA, Containerization, etc) 

How to apply

Send CVs, Github profile links and references to careers@ori.co

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