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Senior Software Engineer (Go) - 100% Remote with Form3Sponsored
Remote / United Kingdom / Europe£75k - £100k
2 weeks ago

Job Description

ABOUT

Headquartered in London, the FinTech capital of the world, Form3 are building the most exciting banking technology company on the planet. Our mission is simple: transform payments technology to enable the global financial community to move money in real-time.

CULTURE

Being a tech-first business, we place emphasis on thinking outside-the-box. By utilising the latest cloud-native technologies we find innovative solutions to problems that others would deem unsolvable. We live and breathe open-source, prioritise best-practice and automation while Slack is at the heart of everything we do.

We advocate a positive work-life balance and offer a super flexible, remote-friendly working environment. We don’t mind whereabouts our Engineers are based as we are happy for our team to work from anywhere in the UK or EU, with most of them choosing to work remotely most of the time. However, we also have offices in London and Amsterdam, so should they ever wish to work from these, they are most welcome.

ENGINEERING TEAM

Our Engineering Team consists of over thirty-five Senior Engineers that are responsible for the end-to-end ownership of our platform, from architecture through to infrastructure. Individually they are all exceptional at what they do, but by working collaboratively within a team, consistently applying best-practice and automating absolutely everything they build world-class software for our customers.

There are a wide range of problems to tackle as an Engineer at Form3, from configuring nginx proxies to writing custom payment routing and handling logic. It’s very much a “best tool for the job” mentality here and our tech-stack is forever evolving. Our primary programming language is Go however we do have some services written using Java, Python and Ruby.

TECHNICAL ENVIRONMENT

AWS, Microservices, Go, Docker, Kubernetes, Terraform, Vault, Consul, Linkerd, Elasticsearch, Clean Code, TDD, BDD, Pair Programming, Agile, Kanban, Scrum

APPLY IF

We are looking to speak with Senior Engineers that are EU citizens and based in the UK or Europe with;

  • Experience or interest in Go programming language

  • Understanding of distributed systems and cloud computing

  • Appreciate the **DevOps **culture and the value of automation

  • Place emphasis on code quality, BDD/TDD and software development best-practice

  • Are passionate about technology and enjoy working collaboratively within a team

  • Have a breadth of experience across a variety of programming languages

For more information on Form3 please visit our website or take a look at our company profiles on StackOverflow, GitHub and LinkedIn.


Perks & Benefits

• 100% remote working • 30 days annual leave (plus Bank Holidays) • Great tech-stack, challenging projects and an exceptional team of Senior Engineers to work alongside • Regular paid trips to London to spend time with our awesome team • Tech-first FinTech scale-up with limitless possibilities to progress your career

Interview Process

  1. Screening call with Talent Team (30 minutes)

  2. Take home test (4 - 6 hours)

  3. Technical interview (1 hour and 30 minutes)

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Software Engineer / Architect with Precognitive
Chicago, USA$90k – $140k
11 months ago

Job Description

As a core member of our backend engineering team, you will work with our VP of Engineering to architect and implement our core products and engineering vision. This role will require the candidate to wear many hats with responsibilities such as working on our Node.js+BigTable based CRUD RESTful API microservices or container orchestration via Python and Kubernetes. This role will have the ability to lead greenfield projects (i.e. rewriting our decision-engine in Go) and be able to put their stamp on the Precognitive code base.

As an early member of our engineering team, this role will fast track into either a Staff Engineer/Lead Engineer. As the company continues to grow, the opportunity to move into management will become available for qualified candidates.

REQUIREMENTS: - 4+ years of building RESTful APIs. - Production use of Node.js, Elixir, Go, Java, C++, or Python. - Production experience working with a wide-column store such as BigTable (our main database), Aerospike, HBase or Cassandra (experience with DynamoDB also a bonus). - Experience working with Docker & Kubernetes (GKE preferred) in a DevOps capacity. - Production experience working in a distributed environment, especially with global or multi-region distribution. - Master debugger, with the ability to diagnose problems/bugs quickly and efficiently. - Ability to be on call for off-hour incidents (i.e PagerDuty alerts). - BA/MS/PhD in Computer Science or a related subject.

DESIRED SKILLS and EXPERIENCE: - History of developing in multiple languages including Java, C/C++, Go, Ruby, Python or JavaScript (Node.js). - Production experience working with high throughput / low-latency databases at scale (100s of TB of data). - Savvy with large-scale relational and/or non-relational databases. - Familiarity with Google Cloud Platform. - Previous history in a startup. - The ability to make pragmatic decisions finding the right solution for short-term needs with an eye to how actions fit into the long-term roadmap.


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Full-Stack Software Engineer with CancerIQ
Chicago, USA$80k – $120k
11 months ago

Job Description

cancer.eliminate() // save lives

“The best minds of my generation are thinking about how to make people click ads … That sucks.”

-Jeff Hammerbacher

Cancer sucks. But, code is powerful, developers are brilliant, and people are resilient.

In the high cost world of oncology, trial and error treatment is still the norm despite enormous advances in genomic medicine. Patients are given one-size-fits-all treatments that lead to poor outcomes.

CancerIQ is building intelligent analytical technologies aimed to optimize cancer risk prediction, prevention, and treatment. We do this by providing care providers with workflow tools built upon informed decision engines and data-driven classification models. Our mission strives to engage and educate patients, and guide them through the complex, convoluted, and intimidating journey of cancer prevention.

How do you fit in?

CancerIQ Engineering is looking for curious minds that want to solve problems, write elegant code, and iterate quickly. We are a group of ambitious devs who love all things science, web, and technology.

As a CancerIQ Software Engineer, you will to take part in an agile engineering process. You will architect and implement backend and frontend solutions using Javascript, Ruby, Golang, Rust, Elixir, and other technologies best-suited for the goals of the CancerIQ platform. You’ll research, design, and propose architectural initiatives that incorporate domain-driven design into the microservices environment, employing sound data validation, provenance, and communication using technologies such as Kubernetes, GraphQL, and Kafka. You’ll be developing robust, performant services and user-friendly web clients that can enable clinicians to operate efficiently and gain new insights. Through intuitive visuals and interfaces, you will be creating modern and appealing applications across multiple platforms for patients of all types and demographics.

We want you to lead new efforts, promote best practices, and help the rest of the team grow in their engineering abilities through mentorship and teaching. We love pairing and so should you.

What are we looking for?

You should have several years of experience and completed many projects that have enabled you to develop strong opinions on code structure and modularization. With the rapid movement in the web landscape, you shouldn’t be afraid to dive into new technologies and learn from top to bottom. We use a mixture of technologies, and focus on those that help us get jobs done most efficiently. Knowledge of Javascript frameworks such as Angular, React, Backbone, and the like, should be something you can bring. You should have an expert-level understanding of Javascript (e.g. prototype-based inheritance, event delegation, closures, callbacks). You need thorough knowledge of the newer frameworks, and the progression of web technologies such as ES6/7, Typescript, etc.

You should have deep knowledge of the surrounding parts of the stack with the capability of designing RESTful APIs and backend services. As we scale to reach many patients and institutions, you’d make implementation decisions around scalability, performance, and web page optimization techniques. The desire to learn and help others are two core values that drive us as a development team. We believe that if you aren’t passionate about these values, then we’re not your best fit. You should be passionate about always learning and growing, as well as spreading new knowledge to just as passionate team members. As such, you’re a clear communicator and should be able to work with team members effectively.

What are the “Nice To Haves”?

Being able to navigate and contribute to the full stack will ultimately prove to be beneficial to the team. Knowledge of server-side technologies such as Ruby, Python, Java, Go, etc., would be excellent.

We employ a rapid, continuous deployment system, and as developers are responsible for seeing their features through deployment. Knowledge of DevOps and infrastructure tools (GitLab, Docker, Kubernetes, Istio, Kafka) will prove to be beneficial.

Anything Non-technical?

  • Self-motivated learning
  • Public artifacts and outreach such as blogs, open-source contributions, conference presentations
  • Strong communications skills such as empathy, listening, and conflict resolution
  • Passion
  • A good sense of humor

What about perks?

  • Competitive pay and benefits (health insurance, travel subsidies, discount programs)
  • No dress code. Ridiculous graphic tees are encouraged. We’re even okay with fedoras.
  • Lots of dad jokes.

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