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€60k - €80k
Do you want to help raise Dutch healthcare to an even higher level?
You are an ambitious professional and active in or around the Randstad. Your parents may live far away, elsewhere in the country. As they get older, it is useful if a reliable, local partner occasionally keeps an eye on things: Saar aan Huis.
A Saar understands what is needed.
Saar aan Huis is a customer-oriented, private (informal) care organization that brings together the demand for support for the elderly at home with the range of service providers. The organization selects “Saars” with the utmost care and only works with motivated people who want to help the elderly with their daily activities with love and respect. This for an appropriate fee. The “Saars” are mainly resident in the work area of clients, have a care history behind them and want to be useful on a part-time basis.
Saar aan Huis is a franchise organization that started in the summer of 2013 and currently has 25 branches in the Netherlands. As an innovative healthcare organization for the elderly in particular, we have the ambition to grow further. We are therefore looking for a candidate who can raise our technical platform at the head office. You will be ultimately responsible for the development and management of the tech stack and, if proven suitable, can participate in the management of the company in the (short) term.
You are responsible for all technology used within Saar aan Huis. This technology is largely supplied by third parties and therefore vendor management and maintaining the technological blueprint are important. Together with the director you determine whether new applications need to be built internally or by third parties. Help Saar aan Huis to further transform into a “full-stack company”.
· Take the lead in the design, construction and management of new applications
· Affinity with user experience, design & service, design thinking
· Shaping and expanding data strategy
· Ensure 100% availability of existing systems
· Translate new requirements into changes to the system
· Forming the 2nd line support at the help desk
· Monitoring the quality with regard to security & usability
· The technical improvement and maintenance of the Saar aan Huis intranet
Lots of freedom and responsibility in a fast-growing company Market-based employment conditions Possibility to work part-time (minimum of 32 hours) Laptop and telephone Possibility of obtaining stock options
Hands-on, getting things done mentality Creative and proactive attitude Demonstrable experience in setting up systems from scratch Excellent communication skills in English and Dutch higher professional education thinking level. Followed training preferably in HBO-ICT, Computer science / information science or similar fields.
Experience in a start-up environment Scrum & Lean product development experience Experience with reporting and communication tools such as Atlassian, Slack etc. Database (reporting & analysis) experience (SQL, MySQL)
Want to know more?
Of course if you still have questions, you can always reach us out. Contact Jan Folkert Art from Healthy.Capital (06-41421465 / email@example.com)
Please note: If you are a recruiter or a development organization, do not waste your time approaching us. We are not interested.
$120k - $155k
About Raven Black
What turns a minor skirmish into a major war? How does a natural disaster become a humanitarian crisis? Often, its poor decision-making caused by incomplete or inaccurate information that causes miscalculations, missed opportunities, and accidental escalations. That lack of knowledge and the uncertainty it causes is called “the fog of war.”
Raven Black’s command and control software platform does precisely that by combining scalable data infrastructure, machine learning, and visualization tools. Its purpose is to lift the fog. Raven Black has raised $4.5M from top tier VCs, including Accel, and has generated over $3.9M in revenue.
What You’ll Do
Our platform ties together dozens of data sources, any one of which could be the critical piece of the puzzle a decision-maker needs. Your job will be to thread new sources through our platform, from ingestion through parsing, ETL, ML/AI models, and visualization. In the process, you’ll learn everything about how the system works and contribute to our core infrastructure development. Each time you succeed, the fog of uncertainty will retreat that much further.
You may be a great fit if you…
$80k - $120k
We are looking for a skilled back-end developer who’s passionate about tech, startups and entertainment to join our growing global team, and has extensive experience with the following:
You’ll be working on technology that huge festivals and conferences will use to predict new trends in audiences and event attendance, automate highly-targeted ad campaigns, turn traditionally-complex workflows into incredibly intuitive event management, marketing and CRM tools, and more!
Your role will be to maintain and add functionality to the existing PHP code base, powering both consumer workflows and APIs that power our React-based admin dashboards. This will range from creating business logic to building complex reporting tools, payment gateway integrations and more.
Over time, you will also take part in refactoring/rebuilding parts of the PHP code base into more advanced Node.js/Golang versions.
Ideally, you will also have experience of building systems that can support high concurrency, with robust inventory locking, with the right technology components for each use case (such as Redis, CouchDB/Cloudant).
Some tasks will involve you working with our Devops engineer to create highly-scalable and redundant systems.
We are a young, fun company, funded by some of the best investors in Silicon Valley and our clients are cutting-edge events companies who partner with us to take them to the next level.
If you want to help us to be the next phase of a multi-billion dollar industry, we want to hear from you!
One bonus about working for us = free tickets to awesome shows🔗 Link
$75 - $100k
Verisart is currently upgrading is is seeking a hands on Senior Golang Engineer who can work with our technical stack as we migrate from a tightly coupled backend and front end to using React/Redux.
The successful candidate will have strong web app and RESTfull API experience and will be able to support our in-house development team and can start immediately. Knowledge of micro services is also helpful.
The role would involve setting up the API framework as well as any authentication (OAuth2.0) and validation middleware. Routes would then need to be implemented and integrated. Role would also involve supporting any extra code requirements of the development team inside the scope of the API project.
The work will be carried out as part of a small team, based in London (Mayfair). Competitive rates offered, as well as flexible working hours although the position is full time and on site and the successful candidate must be available at least 4 days per week at our office in London.
In general Verisart seeks engineers interested in applying cryptography at real world problems. Our problem lies within the art market as we address the problem of proving provenance for artworks and building evidence based certificates of authenticity. We recognize that cryptography is not a magic bullet. We want to use it intelligently to provide evidence where possible for people to interpret, like the web of trust. We’re looking for people who understand how to apply cryptography to problems. While understanding the mathematical backgrounds to cryptography is great, it’s not essential if you understand how the cryptographic primitives like hashing and message signing work together to solve real problems. We value passion and hard work when tackling challenges and above all else although an interest in arts and collectibles is helpful.
Skills & requirements Requirements
Computer science degree or similar (preferred but not necessary). Git. High level experience such as C++, Golang, Rust, Java, Python. Bitcoin experience is an asset.
About the company Verisart is building the most trusted way to certify and verify artworks and collectibles using distributed ledger technology. We are a rapidly growing team of applied cryptographers, software engineers and designers with offices in Los Angeles and London. Robert Norton, former CEO of Sedition Art and Saatchi Art, leads the company. Peter Todd, core developer for the Bitcoin blockchain protocol and Dr. Ahmed Elgammal, Professor in Computer Science at The Art & AI Lab at Rutgers University are Board Advisors.
cool team, great product, bright future!
code test and interview🔗 Link
$53K - $58K
Resin.io provides a software platform that helps developers build, deploy and manage code on connected devices. We brought Docker to embedded GNU/Linux devices in 2013 and have been building our IoT toolkit ever since. We also maintain a variety of successful open source projects including Etcher, Balena, and resinOS, and made contributions to high-exposure projects such as Docker, Electron, and AppImage.
Our technology is open, standards-based, and proven in production across a wide range of scenarios from drones, 3D printers, point-of-sale devices, tidal turbines, skyscrapers and more. Our investors include DFJ, Aspect Ventures, GE, and Ericsson.
Resin is a highly distributed, remote-friendly company with a pretty much flat hierarchy. Our organization is adaptive, getting feedback signals from our users and systems. Right now we organize ourselves by projects, which allow us to build complex features and solve big problems, while staying mutable. As a distributed group, we rely on clear communication and the rule of “assume positive intent” to help us work together across time zones, cultures and first languages. Our base of operations is nominally London, though really we are living all over the world: from Barcelona to Bulgaria, Argentina to Vietnam, and many more.
We maintain a service infrastructure for IoT devices, and this is where we have quite a bit of our engineering talent. You will be actively working on one or more of these core components, fixing bugs, solving complex technical problems, and implementing user-facing features across the resin.io stack. While resin.io focuses on IoT, the majority of our engineers don’t require embedded programming expertise.
People who are successful engineers are well-rounded generalists and great communicators. They are eager to take responsibility for a project, and are able to make good decisions about the project because they have the context of what’s important.
We don’t require engineers to be already familiar with the technologies we use. We are happy to invest in people that showcase a strong understanding of the challenges of building secure distributed systems.
Need to have:
Nice to have:
Make sure to let us know if any of these items apply to you!
$70K – $120K
Hypergrowth is seeking an experienced Blockchain Developer who has solid expertise in system and software architecture, delivering scalable Enterprise software. The perfect individual will be confident and experienced with relevant full life-cycle architecture and software development capabilities.
£40K – £85K
Ravelin is looking for a senior backend engineer to lead the development of a high volume fraud technology platform within a small tech team. You will be invited and expected to have opinions about the strategic direction of the company and products, as well as leading the development team from the front. A successful candidate will be willing learning new skills (machine learning, neural networks, python, golang, cloud automation etc), turning their hand to necessary tasks and working with complete autonomy.
Code for Humans
Your machine is happy if it compiles; your team is happy if they can understand what it does. Your pull requests are succinct and a pleasure to review, you have unit tests where it matters, and you understand that the code is not, in fact, the documentation.
Reliable & Resilient Software Not for you the happy path or the assumed network. That habit of yours of assuming the worst and planning for it has earned your stripes in the world of running software at scale under real-world conditions.
Tools for the Team
Whether it’s a smart command line utility or a core internal library, you excel at improving everyone’s lives by removing repetition & common sources of error, and by solving hard problems in accessible ways. You build internal processes that are so reliable they melt into the background but are key to getting work done.
You’ve been on the receiving end of APIs good and bad, and want to delight our customers with the high quality they expect. You know that whilst everything should be JSON, sometimes you have to get your hands dirty with some SOAP for that critical integration but know how to isolate the contagion.
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, or disability status.
$35K – $45K
As a Junior Blockchain Engineer, you will be part of a team of Engineers delivering the core Karatcoin technology product. This includes the core Blockchain node and a suite of innovative smart contracts. The Blockchain space is young and evolving so the role would suit a self-starter who is ready to dive into space with support from Senior Engineers.
We work in a decentralized model, allowing you to work from anywhere. The physical HQ is in the United Kingdom, with offices in London (UK) and Biella (IT).
Karatcoin has an ambitious program to create a suite of Blockchain tools and products that will enhance the environment and form the basis for future products and businesses. By joining Karatcoin you will have the chance to help create these tools and products in an environment where research and investigation are valued.
We need to complete a tech team to start work on the next quarter.
The aspiring workers will initially sign a Letter of Intent, then a final Agreement at the beginning of the works.
• Bug fixing on existing codebases
• Performance testing on existing codebases
• Producing documentation
• Completing Agile tickets
• Enhancing existing tooling
• Contributing to design discussions
• Understanding of Computer Science fundamentals (data structures, algorithmic complexity, etc)
• Experience in strongly-typed languages (C/C++, Golang)
• Interested in Bitcoin, Ethereum, EOS, the cryptocurrency space
• Self-learner but not afraid to ask for help when they need to.
• Comfortable working in a self-organizing team.
• Comfortable communicating in verbal and written format.
• Understanding of cryptography
• Attends Blockchain related meetups
• Writes Open Source code for personal projects.
We believe in diversity of background and thought, and work hard to cultivate a place where everyone is valued and empowered.
If you are up for a great challenge and get excited about developing the next frontier of technologies apply now!
£40K – £60K
blk.io is looking for kick-ass Golang developers who want to work on cutting edge blockchain technology for enterprise.
We’re also fortunate to count some of the largest tech and finance firms as our customers so there will be work with them too.
Generally we’re looking for people with 2-3+ years of experience who are already working with, or really want to get involved with Ethereum blockchain technology, and more broadly are familiar with:
We’re a bootstrapped, cashflow positive blockchain business based in Old Street. Our customers include the biggest names in tech, and we need to grow!
We’re no stranger to the open source being responsible for the web3j group of projects (https://web3.io) and contributors to other projects in the Ethereum ecosystem.
Not only are we working with all the latest and greatest technology, we are also working closely with other global leaders in this space to create the best platform (some of whom are also our customers).
We’re based in the heart of London’s tech scene in Old Street.
We’re a very tech-savvy organisation, who are big fans of open source - you can have a look at our CEO’s GitHub profile at https://github.com/conor10
£65K – £100K
Pusher’s realtime APIs power applications around the world across various industries. When you see an in-app chat, a collaborative text editor, or anything else that updates instantly—it could be us shifting events behind the scenes. This role is specifically for the Chatkit team, where we are aspiring to be the industry leader of all chat SaaS by empowering developers to add chat functionality in a fraction of the development time.
Great software engineers never stop learning, so we want to provide you opportunities for improving your knowledge. As a Chatkit Engineer:
We strongly believe in the importance of diversity and inclusion. They not only provide a better working environment but also improve the quality of our services. We welcome people of different nationalities, backgrounds, experiences, abilities and perspectives.
We are here to help our customers build delightful applications. By solving significant engineering challenges and packaging them into easy to use APIs, we let developers focus on making their users happy.
We put emphasis on collaboration between people and teams. Everyone is on the same mission, so sharing work helps us reach our goals faster. Throwing problems over the wall and pointing fingers at each other is not our style.
We strive for transparency. Keeping everyone well-informed is crucial for building trust, efficiency and satisfaction at work.
£60k - £80k
Our mission is to give every person on the planet fast and affordable internet. We remove traditional internet infrastructure costs by developing technology which allows any device to be used as a cloud server. Using this tech, we will build a global distributed cloud platform. We are working at the forefront of distributed systems, peer-to-peer networking, and cloud systems.
Flare’s first product is a peer-to-peer CDN, designed to be faster and cheaper than incumbents. We are looking for someone to help us tackle the scalability challenges around our product. You will help us design and build out our caching, messaging, and routing systems to work across millions of nodes. You will have significant input and control over the architecture of these systems, to help us ensure that they are scalable, reliable, and fast.
We raised a £1.1m seed round earlier this year, and are backed by some of the original investors of Protocol Labs, Transferwise, and Zoopla. We have already partnered with industry heavyweights like the Guardian Media Group (one of the largest media platforms in the world), and our advisory board includes the ex-CEO of BitTorrent, ex-CTO of Shazam, and one of Akamai’s founding architects.
You will be a core team member in a fast-moving startup, working alongside talented engineers to build and ship a product that will be used by millions. You will be one of the first employees at Flare, and you will have direct input over the architecture and design of Flare’s systems. It is an unparalleled opportunity to grow and learn in a startup environment, and have direct impact on Flare’s direction.
We are looking for someone who has built and deployed performant and distributed systems at scale (preferably in Golang). We expect that you have experience working with the major cloud providers (AWS/GCP), ideally in high-load systems. You should be familiar with CDN architectures (caches, origin servers, proxies, etc), the networking stack, and the infrastructure of the internet.
£55K – £75K
We are looking for a Golang engineer to join our core backend API team.
You will be the sort of person that has worked at several companies before but wants to join an innovative culture implementing bleeding edge technology at a global scale.
Likely having cut your teeth on other languages, you will have commercial experience using Golang for general systems programming and microservice architectures.
What skills you’ll bring
- Expertise in Golang and proficiency in other languages (Preferably C/C++,NodeJs, Python).
- Commercial experience with REST, RPC and message exchange protocols.
- Experience with frameworks such as: Gin, Gorilla, Dep, Ginkgo
- You actively contribute to open source Golang communities.
- Working knowledge in Kubernetes, Rancher or Docker swarm.
- Ability to write clean and effective Godoc comments
- Knowledge around message queuing and distributed tasking (SMS,ZeroQ, RabbitMQ etc)
What responsibilities you’ll have
- Ability to perform complex work that is a dependent requirement of feature teams to deliver.
- Mindfulness of scaling architecture to meet global demand.
- Enthusiasm around Golang and a keen desire to evangelise the language and principles behind it.
- A sense of ownership across platforms and environments.
£55K – £70K
We have the opportunity available for a Go/Golang Developer to be one of the first employees of a rapidly growing start-up who are genuinely changing how an industry works.
This is a chance to have real impact in a fast growing organisation where you will provide suggestions on how to solve issues in a cleaner, smarter, simpler or more flexible way based on your experience. You will ensure delivery of all services written in Go. Your primary responsibility will be to design and develop the microservices powering the platform and to coordinate with the rest of the team working on different layers of the infrastructure.
Given the very early stage of the new architecture they are building, you will have significant influence over the processes, tools and design decisions ranging from the development of their CI/CD pipelines to the use of Machine Learning, Big Data pipeline etc. A commitment to collaborative problem solving and product quality is essential.
If interested, please apply immediately for a confidential chat.
£40k - £61k
At Geckoboard we help businesses use their data to align their teams on the metrics that matter most to them. We’ve been busy reimagining the way our customers get their data in Geckoboard and have a lot of interesting and creative work to do to shape their experiences. Right now, we’re looking for curious problem solvers to help us on this journey.
What are we working on?
We’ve completely rebuilt how data gets into Geckoboard from third-party APIs, thanks to a query planner that’s written entirely in Go. Our query planner takes in the metrics that a customer would like to track, and produces a plan for how to fetch and transform those metrics from a third-party JSON API such as Zendesk, Intercom, Google Analytics, etc.
We’re now working on extending this platform and building various microservices for tracking our customers’ rate limits and scheduling metric refreshes in the most efficient way possible. We’re also creating a caching engine that ensures we don’t waste precious API calls on data that we know hasn’t changed since last time.
The team are also in the middle of splitting up our existing REST APIs into gRPC microservices with segregated data stores. Which is a huge opportunity for us to rethink some of the fundamental assumptions about Geckoboard’s data model and how we can re-architect our systems for greater reliability and to enable us to ship with more confidence.
We don’t expect you’ll have worked on all of these kinds of projects before, but if they take your fancy and you’re excited about working on distributed systems and database technologies at scale, we’d love to hear from you.
Joining us in our London office, you’ll be working alongside a growing team of empowered engineers, with a focus on building a high quality product our customers love, work life balance and personal development.
Keen to hear a bit more? Carlos, one of our Backend Go Developers has shared a little about what it’s like working with the team, what an average day looks like and more in an interview on our Blog: https://medium.com/geckoboard-under-the-hood/working-at-geckoboard-as-a-go-developer-e73855bd0dd8
Thousands of businesses use Geckoboard to build live TV Dashboards that focus teams on what matters. We take the complexity out of connecting data and make it simple for anyone to understand key metrics at a glance. We have pre-built integrations with 60+ tools including Google Analytics, Salesforce, Zendesk, Intercom and Google Sheets and our customers include Marketo, Slack, and Skyscanner.
In our mission to make data useful, our growing team of 40+ is headquartered in London and span across eight time zones - from Mumbai to London, San Francisco to Hawaii and more. We’re always looking for people with diverse backgrounds who bring unique perspectives and skills to join our team and in return we constantly strive to ensure that we offer the most encouraging, inclusive, and efficient environment possible.
We don’t just pay lip service to work-life balance, we actively and strongly encourage it. Flexible working hours and the ability to regularly work from home lets you work in a way that fits you and your family. We see our contractual obligation to offer 25 days of paid holiday as a minimum for everyone in the organisation, not a limit.
We actively contribute to professional development, courses, conferences, and books. Our Engineering & Product team also run fortnightly “Innovation Wednesdays”, where everyone has complete freedom to work on anything that interests them, from contributing to open source, to learning a new skill, or improving our internal tools and processes.
And, don’t take our word for it, see what the team say about the projects they work on: https://medium.com/geckoboard-under-the-hood and their experience of working with us on Glassdoor: https://www.glassdoor.co.uk/Reviews/Geckoboard-Reviews-E878996.htm. You can also read more about our values and benefits on our Careers page at https://www.geckoboard.com/careers/.
£70K – £100K
What if owning things was no longer important? What if expensive, niche items could be available to you in seconds? And what if you could generate an extra income from your own belongings? At Fat Llama, we’re already bringing about that future. We believe that one day, owning those things we only occasionally need will be as ridiculous as buying a house every time you want to go on holiday.
Our users enjoy on-demand access to anything from high-end cameras to drones to campervans. As a result, they’re doing, creating and achieving incredible things every day. Income from rentals is changing the lives of many of our lenders, too - whether it’s paying their rent or allowing them to drop corporate jobs and focus on passion projects.
Technology is at the heart of everything we do at Fat Llama, allowing us to solve a problem that has never been solved before. Our whole team gets a say in the product & tech roadmap, and our engineering team takes pride in writing, testing and deploying new features on a daily basis.
As an engineer at Fat Llama, you’ll be responsible for crafting, building and running the software which underpins our marketplace. We’re looking for somebody that can deliver solid engineering whilst moving at the same speed as our constantly growing business. You should also be excited about helping shape the direction and culture of our engineering team going forward.
Are you excited by the prospect of learning new technologies? In a rapidly changing and growing startup, you’ll be required to wear many different hats. Whether it be designing scalable systems, building tools to help our Operations team keep the business running, or slicing and dicing data for our analytics dashboards, you should welcome the challenge. You should thrive in a constantly changing environment and enjoy learning new things at a fast pace.
Our team takes pride in owning our work truly end-to-end. We’re looking for people who can plan, experiment, build, test, deploy, measure and iterate before calling it done. As a small team, we try and build on the shoulders of giants, which means that you’ll often find us working with the latest and greatest technologies.
If you don’t feel like you fit all of these areas, don’t worry. We are dedicated to the development of our team. Whether you’re a computer science graduate, an artist or a bricklayer, as long as you’re also a programmer, we’d love to hear from you.
Please note that the package for this role will include equity.
Applicants with less experience may want to consider applying for our software engineer role.
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.
Bringing your whole Llama to work
We’re an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We don’t discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.
£60K – £85K
At Curve, we are on a mission to simplify and unify the way people spend, send, see and save money. Centralising your money into a smart card, connected to an even smarter app. With Curve you can spend from all your accounts, track spend behaviour and provide insights, and security to protect you from fraud. For the first time giving you bright insights and control of all your money in one place.
We’re developing a ground-breaking product with our customers at the core. Our user base is growing rapidly and we have exceptional metrics. We have funding from some of the leading names in tech investment, and a visionary leadership team who wants everyone who joins this remarkable adventure, to have the autonomy to masterfully develop their expertise.
Languages PHP, GO
Messaging RabbitMQ (and maybe Kafka in the future)
Data Snowplow, Python for the ETL
Our development practises include TDD, BDD, Scrum
Database PostgreSQL, MongoDB, Redshift
Mobile IOS/Android; Objective-C/Swift/Java/Kotlin
Our devops culture includes CI, CD, Docker, Kubernetes, Istio & Envoy, AWS
Our ideal team member will have the following talents, skills & experience
2+ years of software development experience
In-depth knowledge of more than one software language among Golang, Java, C++, with Go experience preferable but not essential
Experience of building microservices; ideally deployed in Docker containers on Kubernetes
Experience of agile development practices
Experience with RDBMS & NoSQL datastores
Bonus points for real-time low latency high frequency transaction based systems
Ability to diagnose problems at any level (Client, HTTP/Network, Server, Database, OS)
Demonstrable experience of building large concurrent applications
Bonus points for experience of developing and shipping mobile apps to the App or Play store
Experience of developing and running large scale production environments in or closely with DevOps / SRE
A genuine interest in working in a fast paced startup and ideally Fintech
Voracious appetite for learning
£50k - £95k
Improbable is dedicated to building powerful technology designed to help solve previously impossible problems and enable the creation of new realities. In gaming and entertainment, Improbable unlocks truly next-generation gameplay through virtual worlds of unprecedented scale, persistence and richness. In other industries, we hope to help answer critical questions through simulations that could lead to a better functioning world.
Our platform, SpatialOS, lets developers transcend the limits of regular computation, allowing swarms of servers running in the cloud to cooperate in order to simulate worlds far larger and more complex than any single server could.
We are a British technology company proudly building a diverse workforce, driven by a shared desire to improve and achieve extraordinary things. We’re crafting technology for the future and fostering a problem-solving culture that embraces innovation through iteration and experimentation.
Engineering is at the heart of Improbable. We solve some of the hardest problems around in areas such as distributed systems, high-performance cloud computing, messaging and much more.
We are technology neutral and believe in well-tested, robust code. Much of our platform is built in GoLang/Java with areas of C++, TypeScript and C#. We use Open Source technologies (such as CoreOS, etcd, Fleet, Docker, Prometheus, gRPC) and give back to the community through open source contributions when we can.
We’re hiring Senior Software Engineers across multiple teams. There is always a diverse range of challenging and interesting projects to work on. Similarly, we welcome diverse engineering backgrounds and are able to offer highly interesting challenges across all our teams, we never hire to fill a gap.
You can find out more about some of our engineering projects here
£57K - £63K
Reporting to the Engineering Manager, you’ll help build the next generation of Paddle’s licensing services in Go, working alongside a brand new team. A great chance for you to make your mark on our products!
We already have a licensing service, which we’re looking to replace with something bigger and better, taking a serverless-first and DevOps approach, with single responsibility services wherever possible. If you’re looking for someone to release your code for you at Paddle, you won’t find them.
We are a diverse team of 100 people (quickly on our way to 180+) based near London Bridge. We care deeply about enabling a great culture which is inclusive no matter your background. We celebrate our diverse group of talented employees and we pride ourselves on our transparent, collaborative, friendly and respectful culture.
We offer a full slate of (constantly evolving) benefits, including competitive salaries, stock options, pension plans, flexible working, generous holidays and parental leaves. Plus we offer some not-so-standard, extra-fun benefits, which can include anything from joining office football team, taking up the in-office yoga lessons or enjoying a board game night. We host regular company get-togethers and quarterly socials. We have weekly catered lunches and of course, fully stocked fridges and cold brew on tap. We value learning and will help you with your personal development where we can — from constant exposure to new challenges to regular internal and external training.
£50k - £80k
Lead Engineer - Go, Python, AWS
Are you an enthusiastic, experienced engineer with excellent experience in Go or Python, looking for the opportunity to work in a small and growing start-up?
MachineMax is actively hiring a Lead Engineer to join them - a team of around 20 people, they are creating a world first machine analytics service that will deliver, analyse and visualise data to improve machine efficiencies through the use of IoT technologies, Machine Learning methods, and cutting-edge techniques.
This is a true opportunity to shape and build both a product and an engineering culture. Far from your typical start-up, MachineMax has been incubated with BCG Digital Ventures, a fortune 50 corporate partner, and a venture capital firm managed by a Facebook founder.
As a Lead Back End Engineer you’d be joining a tight-knit, collaborative team in a role that is a mixture of hands on coding, mentorship of less experienced developers, and contribution of software development expertise to the rest of the venture team.
Responsibilities: Develop a range of APIs to serve multiple internal consumers, from customer facing apps to machine learning pipelines Design and deliver high quality, well-tested code in Go/Python Communicate with other teams and individuals to plan, coordinate and collaborate Pitch in where needed as a valued member of an autonomous, cross-functional team Share technical solutions and product ideas Champion testability, security, and scalability
Requirements: Excellent development experience building scalable backend services in Go or Python Excellent architecture and design skills Experience working with distributed systems Analytical skills, with a love for problem solving and troubleshooting Confidence in deploying production applications using AWS, Google Cloud or similar Enthusiasm for CI/CD and the benefits you’ve seen when using this in previous projects A strong understanding of databases and when to use relational and non-relational A strong understanding of the fundamentals - data structures, algorithms, OO design and system architecture Unix/Linux experience Communication skills, happy to collaborate and talk with the rest of the team Solid understanding of Agile development methods
Bonus, shares, free gym, pension, subsidised canteen, and nice people!
Mixture of F2F interviews and coding tests.🔗 Link
£57K - £86K
Please note: we get lots of successful applications for Backend Engineer, so there could be a delay in scheduling interviews from the initial stage right up until the final interviews. If you’re invited to interview and you have any immediate time pressures, please let us know, as we’ll always do our best to speed things up for you 😊
Our backend engineers have a variety of different backgrounds
We have several non-graduates; only some of us studied Computer Science; one of the team has a degree in Marketing; some of us have worked in huge companies; some have only ever worked in startups; others are former consultants. As long as you enjoy learning new things, we’d love to talk to you.
We encourage an open and transparent working environment
You can get involved in any aspect of the business you are interested in and,following Stripe’s example, all emails in the company are visible in an email archive. We regularly run hackathons in which people build things on our third party API and we contribute to open source software as much as possible. We’ve also made ourproduct roadmap public and give sneak peeks of features in our community forum. Our blog is a good place to learn even more about what we do!
Monzo works in project-based sprints in small, interdisciplinary teams
We’re still a relatively small company, with around 60 engineers out of roughly 300 people in total - and we have big ambitions. There are many interesting challenges ahead, and we’re happy for people to move between teams or to specialise, whatever you prefer. As an engineer here you’d be able to work directly with anyone across the company, and we run regular knowledge-sharing sessions so you’ll learn heaps about everything from how banks work to effective communication.
At Monzo you will get to work with a lot of exciting new technology.
We rely heavily on the following tools and technologies:
Cassandra for most persistent data storage
Kafka for our asynchronous message queue
AWS for most of our infrastructure
React for internal web dashboards
We also have two physical datacenter sites with actual cables to connect to various third parties
You should apply if:
the work we’re doing sounds exciting!
you want to be involved in building a product that you (andeveryone you know) use every day
you’re keen to learn more about new technologies and the arcane inner workings of the financial industry
you’re comfortable working in a team that deals with ambiguity
you’re interested in distributed systems and writing resilient software
you have some experience with strongly-typed languages (Go,Java, C, Scala etc.).
£60K – £75K
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:
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!
As well as a competitive salary (£60-75k, dependent on experience) and equity based remuneration, benefits of working at Cuvva include working in our new offices in Shoreditch and of course significant savings on your car insurance.🔗 Link
£50K - £70K
At Paradino we’re building a platform to solve Cloud and DevOps challenges for our customers. We have an ambitious roadmap and are looking for an experienced person to grow the platform and contribute to on-going engineering best-practices.
Our day-to-day engineering projects include infrastructure automation, UI development, developer tooling, API design, backend-development, prototyping and everything in-between. You’ll have the opportunity to be involved across all projects, with help and guidance provided where you need it.
We try to remain open in our technology choices, choosing the best tool for the job. Our current stack includes:
Golang, Node, Python, Terraform, Consul, Serverless / Lambda, Docker, Bash, Powershell, and a lot of AWS.
We’re open to candidates with a wide range of backgrounds and career goals – you might want to broaden your experience or choose to specialise in a particular area.
Our key requirements are:
Bonus points for: