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Golang/Python Developer - Marketing Platform
Get It, LLC
Remote (USA)
$90,000 to $130,000 a year
May 2021
1 Applicants This Week

Job Description

Seeking Ambitious Golang/Python Developer To Build Modern Marketing Platform - (Remote)

The Opportunity

Get.It has a singular focus on empowering and helping business owners grow their businesses on the Internet. Our platform enables organizations to simply and quickly leverage the scale of the Internet to promote their business without any previous expertise in digital marketing. This is a true ground floor opportunity, where you will have the ability to envision, design, and build the products our customers will use every day. This role is perfect if you want to have real people with real needs using your concepts, design, and code!

About The Role:

Get It LLC is looking for an ambitious developer to join our team. This represents a rare opportunity to assume an integral position within our organization and make an immediate impact. You will collaborate with product management and engineering to execute, extend and scale a services-based architecture. You will create, user flows, process flows, and architectural diagrams to communicate interaction and development concepts. You will advocate and defend system design and key deliverables to peers and executive-level stakeholders.

About You:

You are a creative thinker, who is passionate about creating elegant, scalable, and thoroughly tested code. You know your way around high-level product requirements and can transform them into efficient, purpose-built code. You love new challenges and geek out at the opportunity to experiment. You play well with others and love being part of a team. You are a risk-taker. You are an ambitious go-getter who is looking for an unconventional, yet exciting career move.

We Have:

  • A fun, collaborative team.
  • Leadership committed to your success and growth.
  • A working environment where your voice and ideas can be heard and, actually, implemented.
  • A strong commitment to innovation and technology
  • Accelerated long-term growth opportunities

You should be comfortable working with:

Languages:

  • Golang
  • Python
  • Django
  • Vue

Storage Engines:

  • Elastic Search
  • Vespa
  • Postgres
  • Bigquery

Hosted Services:

GCP (Google Cloud Platform)

The Following concepts:

  • RESTful API’s
  • GRPC
  • Kubernetes
  • Git
  • GitOps
  • AI (Artificial Intelligence)
  • ML (Machine Learning)

As part of this role, you should expect:

  • Be available for travel to Washington DC (our home office)
  • Be comfortable working remotely/working from home
  • Be comfortable working with stakeholders and be comfortable explaining/demonstrating your work in video calls, verbally with a camera on
  • Be comfortable with providing documentation, visualizations, and high-level diagrams of architecture and interactions (we strive for highly visual communication)

To be considered for this position please provide in your cover letter why you think would be a good fit as well as any publicly available code samples and any other certifications or tests you think would assist us in evaluating your work and potential fit.


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Principal Software Engineer
Bud
Remote (UK) / London, United Kingdom
£80,000 to £100,000 a year
May 2021
1 Applicants This Week

Job Description

Our Mission🚀

Bud’s mission is simple. We’re here to create the world’s most compelling financial data products. The products we’re building are used by some of the world’s most prestigious institutions to help millions of their customers take control of their finances.

Your Mission👨‍🚀👩‍🚀

You’ll be leading the development of some of Bud’s most critical internal services that are utilised by product teams across Bud as well as owning a number of core platform exposed services that are non-product specific for domains such as authentication and traffic management. Every request that hits the Bud Platform will end up touching at least one of the services you’re responsible for. You’ll be contributing to Bud-wide architecture as well as actively developing in Bud’s Platform & Security [Product] Team where you’ll be the driving software engineering force in the team (which is mostly composed of SRE/Platform Engineers). You’ll also be a core channel of representing the perspective of backend engineers in the team and helping the team to solve cross-engineering problems.

What you’ll be working with

  • You’ll chiefly be using Go working on our various internal or exposed services although we also have a number of services in our Platform written in Python.
  • Using a range of different technologies including Cassandra, MySQL, Redis, Elasticsearch (ELK), RabbitMQ, Prometheus, Grafana, Envoy, Kubernetes, Istio, Vault
  • If you’re interested in picking up one of our languages, a new technology or skill we provide lots of opportunities to learn with a mentoring programme, R&D days and regular training available. We like to help people grow and learn!

A bit about you

  • You are a well-rounded, inquisitive engineer who enjoys solving complex problems using clean, efficient and creative methods and putting those solutions into action working in a team
  • Proven experience with Go; and a great foundation with another programming language (e.g. Java, C, C++, Ruby, PHP or Python)
  • You think about resilience, reliability and scalability on-par with other functional requirements and are experienced in balancing and implementing strategies against requirements in these areas
  • Awesome analytical and communication skills, with the ability to communicate complex ideas to non-experts with eloquence and confidence
  • Comfortable working with SQL and NoSQL databases
  • Automated testing of systems and applications is second nature to you
  • You understand and advocate the value of observability and are comfortable implementing and utilising metrics, tracing and logging
  • Able to both work independently as well as collaboratively within a team
  • Experience with defining, monitoring and alerting against SLOs

Taking it to the next level

  • Experience with Kubernetes
  • You’ve worked on/with gRPC APIs from both a client and a server perspective
  • Any security engineering background or experience working with cryptography libraries
  • Previous experience in banking or fintech, particularly Open Banking related, companies
  • Experience working in a cloud environment such as Google Cloud Platform or AWS
  • Experience working with Cassandra, RabbitMQ or Kafka
  • Comfortable with Site Reliability Engineering principles, tools and drivers
  • Experience working in an internal Platform Team or working closely with SREs/Platform Engineers and/or Security Engineers
  • Comfortable leading or participating in operational (or security) incident response

Engineering at Bud

The software engineering team are tasked with solving highly technical problems to enable solutions that tangibly benefit the lives of millions of people. From how to scale our solutions to tens of millions of users in the most effective manner of integrating hundreds of third-party businesses. Data is key to our business and we need passionate developers to help capture it, store it, transform it, research and most importantly secure it.

What is it like to work for Bud?

We could play buzzword bingo but one of our core values is ‘Authentic’ and the best way to demonstrate this is by sharing our employee engagement dashboard. This provides a weekly engagement and NPS score giving you a true reflection of life at Bud. All data collected is realtime & anonymised so we have no control over what you see.

The dashboard is interactive so check it out here and have a look at what the numbers mean, https://bit.ly/2MhjAZT

A bit more about us

We’re a diverse group of people. With backgrounds ranging from data science to music production, more than 80% of our team come from outside the world of finance – providing us with a unique perspective as we help consumers feel more in control of their lives. For us, an interest in people comes first; finance follows.

More about what we’re doing

The apps and infrastructure we’re building are designed to place the power of personal data back into the hands of normal people. Picture this: a world where your bank knew you were paying too much for your gas bill and could switch you to a more suitable provider, or understood your savings targets and could automatically find you a better deal. That’s what we’re working towards.

We believe that diversity will make us better.

Bud’s mission is to make the money part of people’s lives simple. To get there, we need a workforce that is diverse as the people we create our products for. Which means we need people who have different backgrounds and experiences, who are diverse in age, gender identity, race, sexual orientation, physical or mental ability, ethnicity, and ways of thinking. We truly believe that these differences will make us grow as a company and a team. We strive to create a workplace and culture where our people are empowered, supported, given equal opportunities and can bring their authentic selves to work.

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Benefits

Compensation 💰

We offer competitive salaries in line with industry benchmarks, set using extensive market data. We review salaries on an annual basis to make sure we continue to reward people well for their contributions at Bud.

Options 📈

Anyone joining Bud is granted stock options and the opportunity to invest in what we are building and developing, and to get to share in our future successes.

Wellbeing Allowance 🏋️‍♀️🧘‍♂️

We understand how important it is to look after your physical and mental health, and also that this looks different for everyone. To support this, Bud has a £50 monthly flexible wellbeing allowance which can be used towards your own wellness, whether that’s a gym membership, meal-box subscription, massages or something else!

Learning & Development 📚

As part of our commitment to developing our people, all employees at Bud have an annual £500 pot available to use towards their learning and development - think books, courses & events - the choice is yours.

We also have quarterly R&D days, giving you the opportunity to take a break for 2 days from live projects and work on something that’s inspired you, either independently or as part of a collaborative team.

Flexible Working ⏳

As a trusted member of the Bud, you’ll have the freedom and flexibility to manage your time and routine in a way that suits you, and your team, allowing you to deliver your best work. This role can be based in our London office, or fully remote/distributed in the UK.

Time Off 🏖️

We’re a team that likes to work hard, so we need to make sure we balance this with time to rest and relax. We offer 25 days holiday, plus the usual bank holidays, plus additional time off over the holiday season.

Equipment 💻

We want to make sure everyone is set up to work effectively and comfortably - so you’ll get to choose your own kit, including any additional equipment you might need to work from home.

Social 💃🕺

We’re big on keeping Bud a social place to work, with big quarterly events (we throw an epic summer party), regular team socials & monthly company breakfasts. This year we’ve stepped up our virtual social scene with quiz nights, virtual cocktail making, book clubs, and online workouts.

Commuting 🚇

We are big advocates of sustainable transport and travel, and are members of a cycle to work scheme. We also have season ticket loans available.

Pension 🏦

We believe in helping our staff save for retirement, with Bud matching pension contributions up to 5%


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Senior Backend EngineerSponsored
Plexy
Remote (Americas)
$100,000 to $135,000 a year
January 2022
9 Applicants This Week

Job Description

Our mission is to help software teams get more done. Over the past decade there has been an explosion of specialized tooling in the enterprise. It’s putting the burden on each of us to jump between different apps and tabs to get our work done and at the end of the day we’re wasting valuable time. We believe there is a better way. Our ambition is bold: build the best platform for software teams to get their work done.

We’re just getting started and are looking to grow the team to help us accomplish our mission. We love what we do and are motivated by working on a product that we enjoy using ourselves. You would have an immediate impact as a builder and user influencing product. You would join the early team as a founding engineer and have full ownership working closely with our founders. Come join us!

Who we’re looking for We are looking for a full-time backend engineer. Our ideal candidate has 5+ years of experience building event driven micro-services or service oriented architectures and has built most facets, if not all, in a twelve-factor app. Preference is for real experience (2+ years) in our primary language of Golang, but other languages are considered when able to quickly pick up new technologies. Additional experience in integrating with 3rd party systems, event-driven architecture, databases, and cloud services (AWS, GCP, etc) are important.

You will directly influence how and what to build, and must be comfortable collaborating on the architecture, code, product, etc as we have a strong culture of devops as well as being technically curious, thoughtful and purposeful in what we build. We value deploying frequently with well-written, maintainable, instrumented and tested code to a kubernetes cluster.

**Responsibilities: ** * Develop new products and features in a small team * Collaboration with the team to solve technical problems and help shape the product direction * Provide technical input and knowledge to the planning, design, and requirements process for new products and features * Review other software engineers’ code for correctness, style, and completeness * Support your team’s production software by responding to an occasional alert or bug report * Write integration tests and work with our product team to ensure the operation and correctness of new features

Requirements: * 5+ years of backend engineering in a distributed systems * 2+ years in Golang or 5+ using several languages you were able to quickly pick up * Strong knowledge of a variety of database systems (Graph, relational etc.) * Experience working with 3rd party APIs and OAuth * Comfortable with strong dev ops culture * Strong communication skills in English and experience working as part of a remote team * Need to be located in timezones UTC-4 through UTC-8 (The Americas) * Excited to travel internationally for company retreats (twice a year) * Favorite Ted Lasso quote

Who Are We? We love what we do: designing and building great products. But our work isn’t the only thing that defines us. We’re not trying to create some semi-cult to get people to work here. We simply enjoy working together and building useful and beautiful software for our customers. We’re a venture-backed, pre-launch startup and are looking for someone who is excited about this stage of building a product and having a real impact on the company’s success.

You would join a group of repeat founders. We have founded and worked at startups that raised a bunch of money from top VCs. While that has its advantages (hire lots of amazing people, spend money on ads and cool perks…) it also puts a company on a very narrow success path. It’s very binary, since venture investors have a binary return profile (they succeed if their investments sell for billions). So we decided to do it a little differently this time. Where growth isn’t the only goal of a company. Where it’s balanced with the goal of being default-alive and capital-efficient which leaves doors open and avoids the trap of forced binary outcomes.


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Lead Developer
Organise
London, United Kingdom / Remote (Europe)
£72,000 to £90,000 a year
June 2021
2 Applicants This Week

Job Description

Organise is striving to build a team that reflects the diversity of our community and is truly inclusive. We welcome applications from under-represented groups, particularly people of colour, trans and non-binary people, new parents, and disabled people.

💫 Who we are

Organise is a fast-growing startup on a mission to give everyone the tools, network and confidence to improve their life at work. Our vision is for a world in which decent, fairly paid work is available and accessible to all, and where all of us are treated with dignity and respect at work.

More than 1 million people are already using Organise. We put power in people’s hands, building a progressive force for change inside companies.

The Organise staff team pride ourselves on nimble, focused workplace campaigns. That means our team is decisive, ambitious and happy to take risks. We’re characterised by our energy and enthusiasm; we’d rather aim high and see what happens, than play it safe. We’re passionate about putting Organise members first – we believe change at work happens when more people get involved.

We’re expanding our team and building out our platform to include a peer-to-peer network. We’re building a space for people to build power and support each other at work pseudonymously. A space for our core members to talk to each other in a space their boss can’t see. Small monthly subscriptions from members will verify their identity. The Organise network is paid for and protected by the workers. We currently operate in the UK, and are aiming to launch in the US by 2022.

Read more about our principles:

Principles - Organise

“I can’t believe it! It’s only been a week since I started my Organise campaign to stamp out harassment in gyms. And already, the CEOs of Pure Gym and The Gym Group want to talk about how they can make their gyms safer.” Organise member, April 2021

🙌 About the role and our team

We’re a team who:

  • Are passionate about making high quality digital products that give our users power to improve their lives at work

  • Can collaborate effectively, inspire other team members, and start from a position of empathy

  • Understand the business and social mission of Organise, and work with the broader team to prioritise ideas and features that will deliver for our users

  • Are comfortable working in an early-stage environment, and the uncertainty (fun!) that change can bring. We get the right balance between thoroughly-tested code, and getting things done

We’re looking to scale our engineering team to build out our network product, on an infrastructure that’s fit to scale with us.

We have a great starting point: hundreds of thousands of active users that love the Organise product, a straightforward deployment process, and a big focus on great user experience. We have plans to ensure scalability while we grow as a team - pairing as much as we can, an agile approach to product development and dedicated time to evaluate and improve our processes.

We build most of our software in Ruby (mostly Rails) and React, use Postgres hosted on AWS RDS for our databases, and use Heroku to host most of our web applications.

As Lead Engineer you will:

  • Play a leading role shaping the culture and developer experience of the engineering team - building a team that has a deep commitment to delivering products that empower our users and improve working life for everyone

  • Work closely with our CTO and CEO to set priorities and direction for our product and infrastructure. You’ll play a scrum master role for development of our network product - inspiring and setting clear direction for team members

  • Get to know (and work on) the entire product and infrastructure - you’ll spend time with our campaign coaches and Organise users to see our product in action. You’ll get into the detail of how our tech empowers members to improve their lives at work, and you’ll feed ideas from the whole team into our tech strategy

  • Work directly with our backend engineers to improve our infrastructure, so that we’re ready to scale globally for millions of users

  • Support, coach and develop engineers to thrive in their roles through regular 121s, feedback and team retrospectives

💪 You should apply if

  • What we’re building at Organise excites you!

  • You have experience managing and developing software engineers and building collaborative, caring, and high performing teams

  • You have experience with Ruby on Rails and React

  • You are curious and passionate about solving problems and building products that empower millions of users

  • You enjoy thinking about data and architecture, and can demonstrate an understanding of good database design

  • You have experience leading product development in a scrum/agile environment

  • You have experience setting priorities at a high level - bringing together long-term infrastructure goals and product design

  • You have experience working with legacy codebases

  • You are able to communicate effectively and work well with a diverse range of non-technical colleagues

  • You are open-minded and willing to learn new approaches to your role and our culture

🥳 You’ll benefit from:

  • Equity in the business

  • Wellbeing benefit and access to mental health support with Spill

  • Remote working budget

  • Learning & development budget + progression support

  • Involved in other aspects of the business, from strategy, management and training, to shaping team culture

  • Being part of something that’s both commercially successful and socially important

💥 Some highlights from 2021

  • Using Organise, Amazon drivers landed national media coverage, including an exclusive BBC Newsnight investigation, exposing their working conditions & calling on Amazon CEO to lower their parcel targets back to a safe level. They’ve also met directly with MPs and got the Amazon CEO grilled in front of Parliament. 40% of drivers have had their targets lowered to a safer level now as a result - a huge win for their collective action.

  • Over 100,000 members pressured the government to abandon their plans to scrap the laws protecting paid holidays and rest breaks (working time directive) - including sending tens of thousands of messages sent directly to the Business Secretary in the 24 hours leading up to the U-turn. Civil servants tell us (off the record) that the department were ‘astonished’ by the level of public backlash to the plans.

  • Dan*, a Census worker, started a campaign when he noticed Census temporary workers were being asked to travel to attend their first-day induction without being offered to have their travel expenses covered. In response to thousands of people joining the campaign, ONS has agreed to make sure all temporary workers are reimbursed for their travel expenses. With this and the update to the Census Jobs FAQs page clarifying the expenses policy, Census workers can start their jobs without being out of pocket.

✨ Logistics

  • 🧑‍💻 Location: Can be remote (within +/- 5 hours of GMT) or based in our London Kings Cross office (a dog-friendly office 🐶 with a lot of plants 🌱) and will we provide you with all the tools you need!

  • 💰 Competitive salary: Our salary formula adjusts to your cost of living and experience. For this role, the range is: £72,000 - £90,000 GBP in the UK // $101,000 - $127,000 in the US. We use a transparent salary formula based on experience + you’ll get substantial stock options as part of our EMI scheme.

  • 😍 Benefits: 38 days holiday per year (including Bank Holidays), Flexible working hours, Childcare benefits/vouchers, forward thinking parental leave policy, menstrual and menopause policy, discounted gym membership, time off in lieu policy, team lunches and activities. Please note, these will keep evolving as we continue to grow!

More about working at Organise:

Our Culture

Who you’ll be working with

How to apply and next steps

If all of the above interests you, please follow the steps below! You do not need to have previous experience on all of the aspects of the job role to be shortlisted. What’s more important is your willingness to learn and your commitment to Organise’s principles and mission.

Here’s the steps of the application process:

  • Before you apply, you can jump on a 10 minute call with one of Organise’s co-founders (Nat and Bex) to talk through the role and answer questions that will help you decide whether to apply. Please follow this link https://calendly.com/bex-organise/lead-engineer-pre-application-chat if you would like to set up a call

  • When you are ready to apply. You’ll be asked a few questions aiming to understand your motivations in applying and why this role is the right fit for both sides

To ensure fairness, your application will be anonymised and randomised when we are shortlisting. Instead of reviewing your CV, we will make shortlisting decisions based on your answers to the application questions. These answers will tell us a bit about your skills, experience and motivation for the role. **

  • After shortlisting based on your answers to the application questions, we’ll invite you to a 20 minute call to chat through the role and a bit more about you and our culture

  • If both sides decide this could potentially be the right opportunity for you, we’ll invite you to an interview over zoom, followed by a practical task. This interview and task will relate to the tasks you might do in the role, and for us to understand your current skills. We’ll also give you plenty of time to ask questions, learn more about Organise and what it’s like to work as part of our team.

  • If both sides are keen, then we’ll invite you to a final interview that will focus on team culture and how you work best. You’ll also have to ask any final questions about the role and working at Organise

You can see more about the technical interviewing process here:

Technical interview process

Organise is deeply committed to inclusive working practices, so during the application process we commit to:

  • Paying for childcare whilst you’re doing your interviews or tasks

  • Making any reasonable adjustments - for example ensuring we can organise BSL interpreters in advance if you’d like them

  • If there anything else you’re concerned about or think we could provide, please let us know!


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Senior Software Engineer (Go)
MessageBird
Remote (Europe)
€60,000 to €80,000 a year
January 2021
17 Applicants This Week

Job Description

Join our team either remotely or in our HQ in Amsterdam. This role can be based in any location within the EMEA region.

About us

MessageBird is transforming the communications landscape as one of the fastest-growing software companies in the world. Our cloud communications platform makes it possible for businesses to instantly connect with over 7 billion phones globally, allowing them to speak with their customers in the same ways they talk to their friends.

Our suite provides access to all major messaging channels, from SMS and Voice to WeChat, Messenger, Facebook, WhatsApp and more. We provide out-of-the-box solutions with our own applications like Inbox and Flow Builder, plus a robust set of APIs that simplify workflows and automation.

With over 15,000 customers — from small and mid-sized businesses to some of the world’s biggest brands — it’s likely that you’ve benefited from our technology at some point. Our products range from turn-key applications like Inbox, Flow Builder and Campaign Builder, to leading solutions and APIs for enterprises; all are available through our Online Self-Serve (OSS) dashboard.

Our global team is a powerhouse of 350+ employees, who work across eight international offices. We’re excited that you’re here and interested to #jointhenest.

How we work

We work fast, grow fast, and build fast. Life at MessageBird moves in fast-forward motion. We’re a team that focuses on making an impact — right from day one. We are go-getters, industry leaders, and dreamers. Risk takers. Roll-up-your-sleeves-and-make-it-happen kind of people. We thrive on transparency, and we value solution-minded attitudes.

We are all driven by one ethos: Get Shit Done. We love shaping things together and leveraging different perspectives, because that makes our products better. Our Birds are empowered with freedom and opportunity; in return, we expect honesty, courage, and agility. We own our work, and sometimes we fail. And then we get back up and cross the finish line — together as a team. Sound refreshing? We think so, too.

The role: Senior Software Engineer Golang

Senior Software Engineers play a key role in our product engineering squads. You’ll be responsible for helping design, develop and maintain our communication products and related services. This will enable our customers to send out millions of SMS messages per day; place voice calls via our REST API; gain real-time insights using our Dashboard; and reach out to consumers via IM platforms like WhatsApp.

Our product engineering squads have the freedom and authority to create impactful products to empower both our internal and external customers. We use an agile development methodology, meaning we deploy code multiple times per day while ensuring our applications are rigorously tested and statically analyzed.

WHAT YOU’LL DO

  • Help design and build a performant, scalable and fault-tolerant communication platform.
  • Team with engineers to solve system design and implementation problems (and get a thrill out of every triumph!).
  • Work with and enable engineers from other teams who interact with the platform.
  • Problem-solve issues based on business/customer need and impact, working with technical and non-technical stakeholders.
  • Teach others: One of the most meaningful tasks of a Senior Engineer is improving the knowledge level of the team members.
  • You will flourish working in a hyper-growth environment where the next project is ready to be picked up.

WHAT YOU’LL BRING

  • At least 5 years of relevant software development experience
  • Strong experience in Golang is a must
  • Strong experience working with relational databases and non-relational data stores (like MySQL, Cassandra & Redis).
  • Experience with Docker, Containers and Kubernetes.
  • Practical and theoretical knowledge of development patterns, software architectures and design patterns (TDD, Event-Driven, SOLID, Hexagonal, DDD).
  • Knowledge of (cloud) infrastructure principles (load balancing, high availability, containerized services, database configurations) is a bonus.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills in English.
  • Ability of teaching others and helping them grow.

Psst… some added perks

  • The ability to Work Anywhere — literally anywhere you want, as long as it’s in the same time zone as your team (yup… you read that right!). This comes with the added benefit of finding the right work-life balance for you by following our 8020 rule.
  • WFH office set-up allowance to make sure you have all you need to “get shit done” in an ergonomically-friendly manner.
  • Top-notch work equipment (including Bose headphones!).
  • MessageBird swag to keep you well-dressed.
  • The occasional (virtual) company-wide and team events.
  • A team of (fast-)forward-thinking, talented and fun colleagues from more than 50 countries!

MessageBird is an equal opportunity employer. If you think you’re a match for this role and can bring some great skills to the MessageBird team, please apply! We’re excited to get to know you.


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Golang Engineer
Lightmeter
Berlin, Germany
$40,000 to $50,000 a year
December 2020
8 Applicants This Week

Job Description

Please note: this position is full time and in Berlin (you need to already be in Berlin too). We don’t use agencies.

Most messaging networks are created to serve their creators. Email is designed to serve humankind. For over 50 years inspired technicians have architected email to provide the greatest good to the greatest number. Their openness and design principles made email the world’s #1 communication channel and identity provider with 4.2 billion users (2x Facebook). Email is a critical foundation stone of the Web.

Lightmeter is reinventing email infrastructure to overcome threats from centralised tech oligharchs like Microsoft and Google. An epic platform war is behind fought behind the scenes to wrestle control over digital comms and incorporate it into closed service platforms, where the customer is a product to be sold to the highest bidder.

We are 3 years of research and 1 year of development in to building Lightmeter Control Center - the all-in-one mailops management system repeatedly featured in Heise and ZDnet. It’s fully Open Source (on GitLab) – feel free to check the unit and user acceptance test code coverage : ) . Our engineering team has a background in embedded and fintech, with a focus on performance and feedback.

A mix of public and private funding fuels our work, and we’ve been recognised by the European Commission as part of ‘Next Generation Internet’. We have hundreds of active users, a few of whom we interview each week, including banks, public universities, Internet Service Providers, and marketing agencies.

Our mission is to strengthen the foundations of digital society by making mailtech easy and convenient.

That’s a brief intro to what you’ll be working on. But first, you need to know if you’ll even like working with us. Let’s talk about life at Lightmeter and then we’ll go into detail about what we’re looking for.

Who you’ll be working with

One luxuary of being an early-stage team is that you get to work directly with everyone. That said, you’ll be reporting to Sam, our CEO. He gets easily excited about engineering patterns and workflows, and likes bright colours and house music with vocals.

You’d work along-side Lead Developer Leandro, who calls himself a Software Craftsman, and who others call a philosopher. Leandro has deeply held unfashionable beliefs like “all code should be fast and light”, and cares more about design patterns than what language he’s coding in. He love the outdoors and pines for the mountains.

Suela is our Product Manager and x-ray seer of quality and value. She has a nack of turning our telescopes around, pointing out better perspectives, opportunities, and efficiencies. She’s an Open Source fangirl, community organiser of the OpenLabs Hackerspace, and secretly learning Python so she can make bots to replace herself. Just kidding!

How You’ll Work at Lightmeter

We work hard to make working here a great experience, and have a team of truly exceptional people — the kind you’ll be excited to work with. You’ll get to design and create new components and services, working on features like those on our roadmap (https://lightmeter.io/roadmap).

Here’s how we operate

No Crazy Hours
You’ll very rarely work more than 40 hours per week, unless you really want to. Ocassionally things can heat up, but noones going to force you to work more than is comfortable. When you do work overtime you balance it out with time off afterwards. We work hard and smart, planning carefully, but we’re in this for the long haul: sustainability trumps anything short term.

Face time and alone time
Most of us have worked fully remote before and miss the benefits of face time, so we like to work together a lot of the time. However focused time alone, in cafes or home-office is nice too, so we aim for a good mix. So long as you can reach the people you need, when you need them, and vice versa, your preferences for office vs remote work shouldn’t be an issue.

Take Vacation
A small team means it’s easy to coordinate time off to relax and recharge. Notice you’ll be away a week in advance is usually enough.

Up Your Game
We’re serious about helping you improve your craft. Everyone wins when you get better and your job, and enjoy the process. Think conferences, online courses and subscriptions, dedicated time away from work to learn something new.

Compensation and Legal
We can’t currently offer you a salary to compete with Amazon or Microsoft. What we can offer you is the same salary that we are paying ourselves: €50,000 / year.

We’re an early-stage startup, funded, pre-revenue, and growing. We are owned and managed by our Founders. Making sustainable, profitable products with a committment to openness is hard; we’re demonstrating how it’s done. If you care deeply about digital freedom, empowerment, and collaboration, you’ll probably fit right in!

What we’re looking for

Lightmeter has ambitious goals and our team is growing to meet them. You’re the Software Engineer we’re looking for if you’re collaborative, mission-motivated, creative, disciplined, and productive. (So far, so good?)

You love solving complex problems — both internally and for your users — and know what it means to build a mature, evolving product. You are more focused on the outcome than on the output of your work, and prefer to deliver something useful sooner, rather than something perfect later. You welcome feedback, and are curious about users’ challenges and how to address them. You demand a lot from your colleagues and expect the same in return, taking personal pride in collective achievement.

Requirements (these are real, actual requirements)

  • You must live in Berlin most of the time, so we can meet up and work together sometimes
  • You must have at least five years working in the software industry, of which at least four are as a software engineer.
  • You must have experience working in cross-functional teams. And we really mean that cross-functional part — in other words working directly with designers, quality assurance, product managers, or other related roles.

Our tech stack (repos: https://gitlab.com/lightmeter)

  • Golang
  • SQLite
  • VueJS
  • A little Python
  • Some big data

Recommended skills

  • Golang
  • Git with large and distributed teams
  • Linux (server and desktop) and tools such as make, SSH and shell scripting
  • Docker and related technologies
  • TDD and SOLID

Ideal skills

  • Development of high performance, distributed systems
  • Continuous integration / delivery
  • Some Javascript
  • Some Python
  • Email related technologies, such as SMTP and Postfix
  • Standard crypto libraries and principles
  • VueJs
  • Interest in learning (and teaching!); Rust is welcome

Work Remotely

  • No

COVID-19 Precautions

  • Remote interview process
  • Virtual meetings

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Backend Engineer
Cuvva
London, United Kingdom
£75,000 to £90,000 a year
July 2020
5 Applicants This Week

Job Description

About Cuvva

Cuvva is a new kind of insurance that’s fast, friendly, and flexible.

We get it - insurance doesn’t sound exciting. But this isn’t insurance as you know it. It’s insurance the way it should be. We’re putting the customer first and building products that solve real human needs.

We were the first company in the UK to sell hourly insurance, and the first to sell insurance through an app. We’ve sold over 1 million policies. We’ve written over 260,000 lines of code. And we’re a fast-growing team of over 70 talented people.

Why work for Cuvva?

We’re shaping the future of insurance. So we don’t cut corners. We try to do the right thing, even when that makes life more difficult for us.

We’ll speak up when we have an idea - but we know when to let go and get behind something else.

And we’re comfortable giving and receiving honest feedback, and trying new ways of doing things. It’s the Cuvva way.

We’re building a diverse team with different backgrounds, outlooks and experiences. So we give everyone a fair chance of getting a role at Cuvva. Even if you secretly don’t love insurance. (Don’t worry - we didn’t either.)

And if you need any adjustments or support when you’re applying to Cuvva, no worries. Just let us know.

As well as a competitive salary (£75-90k, dependent on experience) and equity based remuneration, benefits of working at Cuvva include:

Equality

We’re committed to ensuring that everyone has a fair chance to join Cuvva, whatever your background. We will always treat your application in a fair and equal manner.

  • Professional development budget
  • Brand new MacBook
  • Health and wellbeing budget
  • Enhanced parental leave
  • Workplace pension scheme
  • 33 days of holiday a year (including public holidays )
  • Mates rates on your insurance
  • Work-from-home Wednesdays (Currently Work-from-home everyday!)
  • Referral bonus when you bring your friends to join the Cuvva team
  • Office library full of great books
  • Fresh fruit and breakfast club every day
  • Season ticket loans
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • A day off to volunteer
  • One-to-one sessions with our Sanctus coach, giving you a safe space to talk about your mental health
  • Coffee machine in the office
  • Fully stocked beer and soft drink fridge - we do team drinks every Thursday
  • Regular team lunches
  • Monthly team outings (so far we’ve done things like karaoke, go-karting, bowling and comedy night)

About the role

We’re looking for a software engineer who has held senior positions in engineering teams within high-growth, high-scale startups, who will operate with a high level of autonomy, ensuring impeccable reliability and availability. You care deeply about building rock-solid infrastructure for the long term, with a track record of delivering solutions which support your team and your product.

You will develop Cuvva’s core platform, abstracting the key processes required to sell insurance, delivering solutions that allow the team to develop strong and stable products, without having to spend time ensuring they get the basics right.

Aside from developing core platform services, we expect you will also become heavily involved with ops and security activities, contributing towards the maintenance of our servers, AWS account, etc.

“Core platform”

When we refer to the “core platform”, we mean the services which underpin the processes of all insurance activities on our system.

For example, we expect one of these to be the “policy service”, which might be responsible for ensuring compliant issuance of policies, coordinating mid-term adjustments, preventing overlapping policies (double insurance), etc.

Other services could include user authentication, risk & pricing calculation, handling the process of modifying user data in-line with any mid-term adjustment requirements.

All services we consider to be part of the core platform will have strict requirements around stability, data integrity and transactional safety. All functionality must fail safely and explicitly, for example using 2-phase commit processes or other similar techniques. This will also require a reasonable level of testing to validate this safety.

The perfect addition to our team will have:

  • a fiercely independent and self-driven approach
  • 5+ years’ commercial experience working on back-end systems at high-scale startups
  • at least a year of commercial experience working with Go
  • strong knowledge of security practices, ideally with a slightly grey-hat background
  • a working knowledge of the entire web stack - from how DNS lookups are transmitted, to how browsers prioritize CSS rules
  • awareness of compliance and financial regulation

We are a small team so it is important that the successful candidate is not only technically highly competent, but also a great cultural fit!


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Backend Go Engineer
Geckoboard
Remote (United Kingdom)
£60,000 to £85,000 a year
August 2021
12 Applicants This Week
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Job Description

We’re looking for an experienced Backend Go Software Engineer to join the Geckoboard team!

Why join us…

Every single one of us comes to work every day to do something we love. We get to tackle big problems, but in a way that recognises everyone’s need to work with dignity and purpose in a supportive and inclusive environment. It’s the most wonderful thing. In fact the fun part is trying to figure out all the different ways we can come up with to make data accessible and understandable for everyone. It really is amazing. The best part is that we work in an atmosphere of openness, trust and transparency, where everyone is empowered to learn and flourish. We’re actually doing really well. We have a product our customers love.

We’re really excited to be growing.

You’ll be joining a team of empowered engineers in a supportive environment that values experimentation, work-life balance and personal development. We’ve built a culture of knowledge sharing and feedback, so you’ll be involved in planning and prioritisation of work as well as peer reviews and pair programming.

We work in small and focused cross-functional teams, usually made up of a Product Manager, a Designer, and a mix of Frontend and Backend Engineers. QA and Infrastructure tend to come in at the points they’re needed or for specific projects. We scope out our project such that we’re able to deliver meaningful work but small enough to iterate and take on board feedback quickly. We encourage our engineers to get involved in different teams and projects based on their interests, skills and opportunities to learn. We’re also equally mindful about technical debt and make sure we dedicate time to addressing it.

At Geckoboard, we are seeking to solve a real problem and build a long-lasting product. As a result, we place a high value on a clean and maintainable codebase, and on practices that ensure we can continue to deliver quality software rapidly and iteratively.


Learning is also a big part of our engineering culture. Once every two weeks every team takes a “Lab Day”, when everyone is free to work on projects that interest them, learn new skills or contribute to open source. We encourage these projects and often they have led to improvements in the way we work or concepts that have then been prioritised, developed further and added to our Product.

Our stack

Our main frontend application is a large React 16+ codebase and our tests are written with Jest. For communicating with our backend services, we use an Apollo client and query a GraphQL gateway written in Node.js that exposes a single schema but dispatches queries to a number of gRPC services on the backend.

While our backend services are mostly written in Go and run on AWS, the GraphQL gateway is owned by the frontend team, which puts them in the driving seat when it comes to defining the APIs for a new piece of functionality, and provides a single point of reference for both frontend and backend.

While adding features to the product, we’ve been building and maintaining an internal React component library with an emphasis on reusability and documentation. Our frontend team is looking to expand this library, with the potential to open source it in the future.

You should apply if…

  • What we’ve described sounds interesting

  • You’ve worked with Go before*

  • You’re interested in distributed systems

  • You’re collaborative; you empathise, listen and discuss

  • You actively seek out feedback in your work and to ensure you understand the problem you’re solving

  • You have experience collaborating on technical decisions in an open and creative environment

  • You understand the value of automated testing and a test-driven development approach

  • Right now we’re only considering mid to senior-level candidates, if you’re interested in joining the Geckoboard team but earlier in your career, head to www.geckoboard.com/careers and get in touch. We’ll be hiring at different levels throughout the year, so we’d love to hear from you and chat about future jobs!

Logistics

At this time, we’re only considering candidates who are (or will be) based in the United Kingdom or Western Europe (CET timezone).


Perks & Benefits

Work your best

Right now, we work fully remote from around the globe. We’re big on work-life balance and flexible work. We have some core hours but it’s up to you to decide how you work around those. We consider 25 days of holiday a year to be a minimum, not a maximum, and have a flexible working policy so that if you need to step out for a school run, an appointment, or something else, it’s no problem. We don’t do “crunch time” and have a deep commitment to a clear separation of life and work.

Some of our team also have shorter working weeks and we’re more than happy to accommodate this or other arrangements when possible. Learn more about life at Geckoboard at www.geckoboard.com/careers.

Interview Process

Our hiring process

  1. 20-30 minute call with our Talent Partner
  2. 45-minute Zoom video call with the Hiring Manager
  3. Coding Challenge
  4. Meet the team via Zoom - about 2.5 hours

The whole process takes about 3 weeks end to end, but we’re flexible!

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Software Engineer (Go)
Utility Warehouse
London, United Kingdom
£40,000 to £90,000 a year
March 2019
1 Applicants This Week

Job Description

Software Engineer (Go)

Technology

London NW9 5AB, UK

Utility Warehouse is an award winning multi-utility provider, our core offering is simple: all your utilities, one monthly bill. Our network of 45,000 partners add the human touch to our delivery, help us get the word out to our existing members and bring in new ones. We consistently win the Which? awards for our service and don’t believe “good enough” exists when it comes to customer satisfaction.

We’ve got the culture and focus of the earliest stage startups with the resources and strength of an extremely profitable and loved brand. Our eyes are on meteoric growth over the next few years. All the pieces to make it happen are here, we need you to help us put them together.

Our philosophy revolves around getting things done and we only hire people we can trust to do that. Bring your A game and you’ll always get ours. If you’re the type that can deliver you’ll be rewarded with small, fully autonomous teams that have real ownership of their products using a cutting edge stack in a best-idea-wins meritocracy. If that doesn’t quite cut it, we can throw in flexible and remote working (no, really) with top of market compensation.

As for the tech we use: the best tool is the right tool. Go and React are our bread and butter but nothing is stopping you from reaching for something else if it does it better. We deploy to Kubernetes across both AWS and GCP with some help from Terraform. We run a mature event sourced microservice architecture using Kafka, NATS and GRPC. As much as is possible we code in the open on GitHub. If it can be open- sourced, it shall. If we can submit a PR instead of building our own, we will. Getting your hands dirty from the top to the bottom of the stack isn’t a promise to be broken, it’s a requirement. If you’re only good at parts of it that’s okay, we’ll quickly make you good at all of it.

Squads currently hiring Software Engineers:

The Partner Experience squad is responsible for providing digital tools that help partners be more successful. The primary goal of the partner experience team is to increase the size of UW’s customer base by creating a well informed and highly motivated network. Using gamification techniques, the team delivers innovate tools covering and supporting the entire partner lifecycle from recruitment over on-boarding to enduring self-service business management to provoke continuous activity throughout the network.

The Energy squad is responsible for providing the systems that allow UW to integrate with the energy industry and function as a large Energy supplier; the frontend systems that allow our operational staff to manage the UW energy supply base and the systems to provide information and accurate energy billing to our customers. The team’s primary goals are to improve the operational efficiency of the operations and customer services teams by providing innovative and simple to use software solutions; ensure business continuity as a supplier by providing robust industry integration and regulatory compliant systems and build the platforms to allow UW to become an innovator for customer offerings in the Energy supply market.

The Insurance squad is responsible for the delivery of enhanced P&L through the successful growth of our new insurance business unit. It’s anticipated this 6th core service might also help improve customer retention. The team is responsible for the delivery of a platform for the insurance suite of services and products which will grow over time. The team owns the lifecycles of the insurance policies and manages any industry interactions, API integrations that are required to orchestrate this. This team is also responsible for enhancing customer data from customers answers during quotes process.

Careers page here: https://careers.utilitywarehouse.co.uk/

Github here: https://github.com/utilitywarehouse


Perks & Benefits

Share options, energy discounts

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Lead Software Developer
Dyspatch
Remote (Canada)
C$150,000 to C$180,000 a year
January 2022
30 Applicants This Week

Job Description

Dyspatch is looking for a Lead Software Developer to join our dynamic Engineering team. We care about great engineering culture and creating a product that helps people work smarter, not harder. You’ll report to our Vice-President, Engineering and work with a talented team of engineers across Canada, and Dyspatchios across North America.

As a Lead Developer you’ll share responsibility for all things technical, including the development of our platform architecture, partner integrations, and data pipelines. You’ll also have the opportunity to shape how our growing team collaborates, ships software, and delivers high-quality technical solutions. As a team we’re responsible for maintaining a planned and prioritized technical roadmap so we can get ahead of any technical debt slowing us down.

We work with…

  • TypeScript, Go, Python
  • React, Node, GraphQL, gRPC
  • PostgreSQL, Redis, Memcache
  • AWS and Kubernetes infrastructure

We value building reliable software that scales and we’re looking for the type of person who loves discussing and learning about great technical architecture, and how it applies to real features in production. If you like tackling ambiguous problems, setting strategy, and actively mentoring more junior developers we want to talk!

Starting salary: CAD $150,000 - 180,000

We’re based in Canada and this role is open to candidates who currently have valid Canadian work authorization (a SIN) and currently reside in Canada. Our core meeting hours are 9:00 am - 2:00 pm Pacific Time, and we ask that you are available during that time — both for meetings and for connection.

We’re a fully remote team and also maintain an office in Victoria, BC, where some team members are co-located. Coming to the office is optional, and most Dyspatchios work from home.

Our Engineering Culture

We value elevating our engineers as technical owners of projects to give them the opportunity to learn, grow and see their vision executed technically We have biweekly sessions to discuss our technical architecture and how we might improve it We tie our work to Engineering Values that we work to maintain together as guidelines for a great and healthy engineering culture We develop our own in-house markup language to make writing email HTML easier We care about the community and want to give back by running events offering mentorship and networking opportunities to help elevate a great tech community within Canada

In the first 3 months, you will:

  • Get ramped up on our tech stack and architecture, working closely with senior members of the Engineering Team
  • Contribute to our codebase, writing readable, performant code with scalability in mind
  • Complete your first project and deploy those changes to production systems
  • Actively contribute your ideas to product planning sessions, advocating for customer needs & high levels of technical quality
  • Build out traffic, performance and user action monitoring systems to collect data for future feature implementation
  • Get up-to-speed on our business model and participate with the Product Team in roadmap sessions
  • Think deeply about our team’s practices, sharing opportunities for improvement where & when you see them — we embrace the chance to learn and grow as an organization

Within 12 months, you will:

  • Lead user-facing technical projects from start to finish, defining technical solutions & processes that level up the engineering team
  • Collaborate with members of the Product and Engineering teams to to develop a roadmap with an ROI framework to validate the importance of continuous investment into our products and platform
  • Be responsible for making high level software architecture and system design decisions & set medium-to-long term strategy
  • Constantly experiment with creative solutions and new technologies to create exceptional customer experiences
  • Identify when results aren’t moving the needle for our goals — or serving the needs of our customers — and work with the right folks to redirect focus
  • Set best practices and contribute to our standards of technical documentation to maintain our commitment to building scalable systems
  • Ensure that customer feedback is taken into consideration during any/all feature planning
  • Contribute to interviewing and assessing candidates to help us build a diverse & talented team
  • Mentor junior teammates in an open, respectful, flexible & empathetic manner

About Dyspatch

Dyspatch is an email production platform that streamlines the creation process and empowers teams to easily build templates with a library of pre-coded, on-brand content blocks. Dyspatch is an innovator in the email field, and with our Apps in Email, teams create app-like experiences in email. By leveraging AMP for Email, Dyspatch provides a library of interactive email apps that users can add to their templates to dramatically increase engagement. Apps in Email is a first-of-its-kind project and developers will have the opportunity to participate in building email apps that integrate with world-class platforms, like Shopify and Yotpo, for a wide variety of use cases.

At Dyspatch we believe that work should be transparent, engaging, and take place at a sustainable pace. We constantly strive to be better, to be more inclusive, and to push ourselves outside our comfort zones, caring deeply about our customers, products, and our coworkers. We work to grow the communities around us, as we all grow stronger together.

We want our Dyspatchios to be supported at work, and well-cared for in their lives outside of it, offering:

  • Generous time off, starting with three weeks of paid vacation - plus an extra week every year you’re with the company (to a max of 6 weeks), a winter holiday office closure, and personal time to take care of life
  • Paid parental leave, topping up to 10 weeks
  • An extended health program supporting the physical and mental health of you and those closest to you
  • An annual pro-d budget, and the support to take advantage of it
  • A wellness program designed for all activity levels and interests
  • Flexible, remote-first schedules, allowing you to work when and where you feel your best.

Application If this position interests you, reach out with an updated resume, and a few lines on why you want to join the Dyspatch team.

We understand that experience can be gained in many ways and that skills are transferable. If you’ve had a non-traditional career path, or if there’s anything you want to clarify about your resume, let us know.

We look forward to meeting you!


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