The year is 2020; Go Engineers have it good.
Companies are battling to attract the best of the best of the best.
Your job options as someone experienced with Golang in London truly are bountiful.
So what'll it take to get your attention?
- It might be a holiday policy that puts the power into your hands.
- You might like to work in an office stocked with talented engineering minds & free beer on tap.
- ...or you might find the option to work remotely suits you better.
- To make a move to a startup, you might need to see a generous offer of share options.
The tech-centric company I’m hiring for offer all of the above & they’re eager to welcome another member into their growing clan.
They’re a small, but extremely successful AI & IoT startup who hold data in the highest esteem – they’re whipping the proverbial rug from the feet of their competitors.
They want to speak with Go Engineers experienced to a senior & principal level. Specifically, those who are eager to get involved with building cloud architectures & microservices.
They’re offering a true playground of autonomy to the right person.
In terms of experience, they’re ideally looking for someone with the following:
- Golang (2/3 years’ experience & above)
- 3 years'+ commercial software engineering experience.
- K8s / Kubernetes & containerisation tooling.
- AWS & it’s bells & whistles
- NoSQL Databases (MongoDB, DynamoDB & beyond)
- GraphQL &/or Scala experience will help, but it’s not essential.
If you’d like to have an informal chat about whether the role is a good fit for you, please email me & I’ll be in touch to arrange a time to speak.
How to apply
Please send an email to Iain Brook - email@example.com & I'll be in touch.
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