bringing Go people to Go jobs

Posted
Scale it
Fully remote

Responsibilities:

  • Implement and design backend solutions.
  • Design protocols and APIs.
  • Be responsible for delivering a well functioning, tested code.
  • Participate in the company growth.
  • Take charge of your own work and proactively suggest improvements across the whole backend.
  • In a remote environment you will be responsible for your own time and results – there will be no babysitting.

You MUST have:

  • BSc or MSc in Computer Science or related studies.
  • Min 3 year of experience of working in professional projects.
  • A good grasp of Computer Science fundamentals (data structures, algorithmic complexity, etc).
  • Experience in typed languages (Golang, Rust, Java, ...).
  • Experience with network and concurrent programming or distributed systems.
  • Experience with web app backends.
  • Experience with performance analysis.
  • Understatement of common data structures.
  • Willingness to work on research projects and brainstorm solutions with team.
  • 3+ years experience as a software engineer.
  • Continuous Integration experience.
  • Experience with Linux.
  • Fluency in English.
  • Experience with working remotely.
  • Ability to self manage.
  • ...and be comfortable working in a new field

Nice to have:

  • TypeScript and Golang experience
  • Practical understanding of Distributed Ledger Technology / Blockchian (if you don't have we are happy to teach you)
  • Demonstrable interest in Ethereum and the cryptocurrency space
  • Gitlab flow

Further benefits:

  • Ability to learn and growth in the blockchain community space.
  • A real start-up atmosphere with flat hierarchies and a friendly work environment.
  • Plenty of room to bring your own ideas and suggestions.
  • Rewording career: we currently piloting our solution with important companies.

How to apply

Send your resume to jobs [at] scale-it.pl with topic "[Software Specialist job opportunity] Your Name". Describe 2 of your best achievements.

Does this job really require Go skills? If not, please let us know so that we can keep the jobs all about Go.