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Browse 100+ Golang Jobs (3 new this week) in United Kingdom 🇬🇧 in October 2022 at companies like Synthace Ltd, Simprints Technology Ltd and Sainsbury's DTD with salaries from £29,017 to £120,000 working as a (Senior) Software Engineer, Senior Backend Engineer and Golang Engineer. Last post

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10 of 119 Golang Jobs in United Kingdom 🇬🇧 • Sort by Date
Synthace Ltd Logo
(Senior) Software Engineer
Synthace Ltd
London, United Kingdom
£80,000 to £120,000 a year
January 2020
1 Applicants This Week
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Job Description

We are looking for software engineers to continue developing and scaling our products and infrastructure.

The Project

Named by the World Economic Forum as one of the world's 30 Technology Pioneers 2016, Synthace is re-imagining how we work with biology, exponentially improving the speed and quality of the final results.

This is made possible through our revolutionary cloud based platform for designing biological experiments, simulating them, translating instructions for automated lab equipment, and visualising complex data sets from the results. All of this is done by Antha, which is already impacting how scientists work with biology in major companies like Dow, Merck and GSK.

Antha lowers the level of entry for scientists wanting to introduce automation to their work, while allowing specialist technicians to get even more out of the existing equipment in the labs. It is directly contributing to faster, more efficient research into hard to cure genetic diseases such as Cancer.

If knowing your work is having a positive impact on the world, it doesn't get much better than this.

You'll be working within a tight-knit, friendly and collaborative development team on exciting projects with plenty of technical challenges to get your teeth into.

You won't find any micro-management here - we're all about freedom, trust, enablement and personal ownership. We give you the space to solve complex problems, while offering support if/when needed.

Responsibilities:

  • Design, build, test, and maintain APIs and services
  • Integrate and deploy custom and off-the-shelf software components
  • Manage deadlines and priorities in a dynamic environment that blends software and wet-lab development
  • Master our current technology stack which includes in different areas: Kubernetes, Go, Google Cloud, Azure, Docker, GraphQL

Requirements:

  • BA/BS degree in computer science or equivalent work experience
  • Experience with Unix development environments
  • Working knowledge of common network protocols (HTTP, TLS, GRPC)
  • Seriously well versed in any of the following programming languages: Go (ideally), Python, Java, C, and/or C++
  • Working knowledge of HA and distributed systems
  • Ability to deliver high quality software to a tight schedule
  • Excellent communication skills are also a must in our fast-paced, multidisciplinary environment

Why join Synthace:

  • Work with genuinely extraordinary people
  • Open, collaborative, and friendly culture
  • Challenging, groundbreaking and exciting work
  • Chance to be a part of the 'fourth industrial revolution', helping us to create tools and systems that allow scientists to do things like cure Cancer faster!

Salary: £80k-120k depending on experience + equity options

Location: West London.


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Senior Backend Engineer
Simprints Technology Ltd
Cambridge, United Kingdom
£34,000 to £51,000 a year
December 2019
1 Applicants This Week
This job posting is no longer available

Job Description

Senior Backend Engineer

Build great technology that improves millions of lives.

Overview

Simprints builds cutting-edge technology for some of the poorest individuals in the world, and in the most challenging environments on earth. We are working at the exciting interface of biometrics, technology, and international development where our product is used to radically increase transparency and effectiveness, making sure that every vaccine, every dollar, every education initiative reaches its intended recipient. Working with mentors from top companies like Google, Microsoft, and ARM, we design and develop both hardware and software by applying modern tools in distinctly un-modern environments with little to no internet connectivity. Simprints is currently on track to support over 8 million people by 2021.

We are looking for engineers with a focus on cloud-native backend development to join our growing tech team. You will work on an agile, collaborative team with a commitment to clean code and robust design, along with a strong culture of continuous learning and improvement. If building technology for global health sounds exciting, we want to meet you!

Responsibilities

  • Design, build, and operate secure, reliable, and scalable services that allow Simprints to support projects all over the world
  • Leverage modern software development practices, such as DevOps, microservices and “serverless”
  • Actively develop junior engineers through mentoring and design/code reviews
  • Support growth of the team by attracting, on-boarding, and retaining top talent

Qualifications

  • Professional experience building and operating backend services, with some experience in systems design
  • Professional experience working with a major public cloud provider (Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services) using serverless or managed services (e.g. DynamoDB, BigQuery, any FaaS)
  • Good understanding of software engineering basics such as (but not limited to) OOP, agile, REST, testing, SQL, NoSQL
  • Commitment to lifelong learning. You eat new technologies for breakfast and stay up-to-date with recent trends (e.g. microservices, event-driven architecture, serverless)
  • Ability to clearly communicate and document design decisions in both verbal and written form

Bonus points

  • BS/MS/PhD in Computer Science or a related field
  • Familiarity with Golang && (Java || Kotlin || Scala)
  • Experience with mobile and/or web front-end. You have been on the other side of the API gateway

Why Simprints?

  • Use recent, developer-friendly technologies that let you focus on what matters:

  • Languages: Golang, Kotlin, Typescript

  • Infrastructure: Managed cloud databases (Firestore, BigQuery), managed compute nodes (App Engine, Cloud Functions), managed stream processing platform (Pub/Sub), managed logging/monitoring/tracing (Stackdriver)

  • Event-driven microservice architecture

  • Make a positive impact on millions of the most vulnerable people in the world

  • Work in a team of dedicated and talented engineers committed to writing high quality code. Our informal Clean Code Officer helps keep us honest

  • Optional opportunities to see our tech in action by joining our deployments around the world: Bangladesh, Ethiopia, or Zimbabwe just to name a few

  • Incredible perks

  • Unlimited paid time off. Last year, the average Simprints employee took a total of 31 days off (annual leave plus UK bank holidays)

  • Truly flexible working hours. More efficient late at night? That’s fine by us, start after lunch. We are looking for people who get the job done, not for people who get the job done between 9am and 5pm

  • A generous budget (>£1,500) to spend on both learning and wellness. In the past, Simprints engineers have spent this on attending tech conferences, enrolling in Udacity nanodegrees, joining bouldering gyms, and organizing instructor-led yoga sessions in the office

  • Two ‘LEGO Days’ each quarter where you can work on any project you want. Past projects have ranged from exploring image processing techniques to building a LEGO train to deliver beer around the office


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Golang Engineer
Sainsbury's DTD
London, United Kingdom
£40,000 to £60,000 a year
December 2019
3 Applicants This Week

Job Description

Software Engineer- Golang

The big question: why on earth should a Tech professional like you work for a 150-year-old retail chain? Because we’re on a journey. Changing the way we operate. Learning to think nimble. Giving our teams the time and freedom they need to push boundaries. To create amazing systems and technologies. To give our colleagues and our customers even more incredible experiences.

There are thousands of experts to talk to and learn from. We’ve got data from billions of transactions for our teams to play with. Things get built here. They get made here. They hit customers and colleagues quickly. Welcome to the home of Sainsbury's Tech.

More about the role:

  • Write well-structured, beautiful, well-tested code
  • Carry out Test Driven Development and Continuous Integration effectively
  • Assist in architecting systems and applications
  • Design smart ways of storing and displaying complex data
  • Be an active contributing part of an agile development team

What we’re looking for:

  • Good knowledge of Golang development and open to learning the other languages (Don't worry we will help you learn)
  • Experience of building and/or working with RESTful services
  • Understanding of relational and non-relational databases and when to use them
  • Interest in native app development, such as Android (Kotlin/Java) or iOS (Swift)
  • Extensive experience of tools such as JIRA, Confluence and Git
  • (Bonus) Production experience of payments systems and/or PCI compliance

In return you’ll get:

  • Colleague discount across the multi-brands – Sainsbury’s, Argos and Habitat
  • Holiday allowance
  • Bonus scheme
  • Pension plan
  • Special offers on gym memberships, restaurants, holidays, retail vouchers and more

Flexible working and job share conversations are encouraged. Across our multi-brands, we’re proud to be an equal opportunities employer that champions a diverse and inclusive culture.


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Coda Platform  Logo
Backend Engineer
Coda Platform
London, United Kingdom
£70,000 to £90,000 a year
November 2019
2 Applicants This Week

Job Description

Senior Backend Developer - London

About Coda

Coda is a technology company with a mission to build the best mobile games for each individual user with help of latest design trends and technology available for personalized experiences. Experimentation, creativity, and data are at the core of what we do.

We are a well-funded seed stage company founded by mobile industry veterans who have worked together for the past 6 years and exited their previous company. The company is based in London, and we have team members in Berlin and Istanbul.

About our team

We are a group of entrepreneurs who came together to build great games. After having exited the previous company that we built together and sold, our key goal is to make an impact in an area we are all passionate about and have fun.

We started and built the biggest mobile ad network in the Middle East and Southern Europe region and sold it to AdColony, one of the biggest, the inventors of rewarded video ads in mobile games. Our expertise is in the commercialization of games at scale, enabled by complex technology platforms.

Our goal is to bring together the best talent that is fit to go after our mission, regardless of background and location. We believe in opportunity equality and in the ability of diverse thinking teams to make a world-changing impact. We are looking to join up with other risk takers to form the foundation of our team.

Job Description

We are looking for experienced backend engineers to build the Coda platform from scratch. You will be one of the pioneer engineers who contribute to all parts and elements of the data platform we are building, from infrastructure to architecture to development.

You will work in a team consisting of experienced backend, data and machine learning engineers, directly reporting to CTO, for designing and building an integrated platform with numerous components and services, the primary intention being recording, querying and processing data. Agility, speed, robustness, security and availability are the core properties of the system we are aiming for. Although there are particular technologies we would like you to be experienced with, the main acceptance criteria for this role are system thinking ability, perfect problem solving skills and desire for constant positive contribution to Coda’s success.

Responsibilities

  • Be the part of the team to architect and build the platform from ground up
  • Implement microservices architecture for all inbound/outbound backend services
  • Develop services for client and server to record, query and process various types of data streams
  • Develop real-time 3rd party connected services to import/export data
  • Develop high throughput configuration services for client feedback
  • Work on and improve the deployment/orchestration/maintenance process
  • Support Data Engineers and Machine Learning Engineers in building Data Science workbench and creating testing/staging and production environments.

Qualifications

  • 5+ years of Software Engineering experience in backend development
  • 3+ years of experience with Go
  • Designed and built services/applications that deal with big data (high in volume and throughput)
  • Experience in different types of data storage schemes (logs, objects, relational, time series, graph etc.)
  • Having successfully implemented solutions to deal with at least over 100K TPS
  • Knowledge in microservices architecture, containers, and orchestration
  • Proficient in SQL
  • Former experience with at least one relational database solution (PostgreSQL, MySQL)
  • Former experience with in-memory data stores (Redis, Memchached, etc)
  • Thorough knowledge on cloud infrastructure, experience with AWS and its variety of services from IAM to EC2, from S3 to Kinesis.
  • Keen on CI/CD pipelines and automated testing
  • As a plus worked with distributed data warehouses (Snowflake) and distributed computing frameworks (Apache Spark)

Why join Coda?

*You’ll get to benefit from being part of a transparent and early stage team where you can get exposure to various aspects of a company whilst deploying your own expertise with a clear product vision and the funding to survive the chasm * You will work on some of the hardest technical and operational challenges in the industry - explore and break your own limits and help us break our own * Yes it’s mission impossible and yes we know our ambitions are slightly over the top but we bring experience and resources of a proven team that has achieved a wild dream before and is hungry for more * You will work with a diverse team that has learning, having fun and achieving long term goals as top priorities

We Offer

  • We welcome parents and parents-to-be - 24 weeks maternity and 8 weeks paternity leave with full pay
  • 25 days of annual paid leave
  • Competitive salary and equity
  • We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, colour, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. We also consider qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with legal requirements. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know.

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Office for National Statistics Logo
Back-End Engineer
Office for National Statistics
Newport, Wales / Fareham, Hampshire / London, United Kingdom
£29,017 to £41,149 a year
October 2019
1 Applicants This Week

Job Description

Working pattern - Flexible working, Full-time, (Job share / Part-time options) Salary - £29,017 - £41,149
Package / Benefits - please follow apply link for further details APPLICATION DEADLINE - 5th November 2019

As a Back-end Software Engineer, you will be a key part of the API and Data team within the Digital Publishing division of the Office for National Statistics.  The successful Developer  will share responsibility for the ONS Website, Developer sites, Dashboards and CMS. You’ll thrive using agile methods and enjoy working openly, collaboratively and as part of a multidisciplinary team of front-end engineers, back-end engineers, site reliability engineers, interaction designers, user researchers, service manager, product owner and performance analyst.

Tech Stack

Our current back-end technology stack includes Go, Java, Python, Apache Kafka, MongoDB and Neo4j.   You will be part of a team with a range of skills and programming languages, so we dont expect you to know all of these.

More details available - for full information on the role, and to progress, please click APPLY to be taken to the CivilServiceJobs website.  

For an informal conversation about the role, please contact the advertising recruiter, Darren Weeks on 01633 651628 or [email protected]


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Micro Logo
Senior Software Engineer or Site Reliability Engineer
Micro
London, United Kingdom
£65,000 to £80,000 a year
October 2019
2 Applicants This Week

Job Description

We're looking for a senior software engineer or site reliability engineer with experience in Go, microservices, distributed systems and cloud-native technology to come help build a global services platform for developers.

Cloud-native development has become massively complex in a world filled with docker, kubernetes, envoy, istio and much more. We want to abstract away all of this complexity and build a global platform for developers to build and share services.

You should have experience building distributed systems in Go and have battled with cloud-native technologies. You should have a disdain for the way software is built today and want to play a role in changing how we build software in the future.


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Golang Engineer
Seldon
London, United Kingdom
£40,000 to £60,000 a year
October 2019
1 Applicants This Week
This job posting is no longer available

Job Description

Seldon is looking for a Golang Developer to join our team. We are focused on making it easy for machine learning models to be deployed and managed at scale in production. We provide Cloud Native products that run on top of Kubernetes and are open-core with several successful open source projects including Seldon Core and Alibi. We also contribute to open source projects under the Kubeflow umbrella including KFServing.

Your role at Seldon would be:

  • Design and build scalable ML solutions on top of the open source and enterprise Seldon products
  • Deliver end-to-end technical expertise throughout the lifecycle of enterprise client-facing projects

Required skills:

  • A degree or higher level academic background in a scientific or engineering subject.
  • Strong computer science and system architecture foundations.
  • Familiarity with linux based development.
  • Experience architecting/applying technology to solive real world challenges.
  • Experience delivering production-level client-facing projects.
  • Experience with Kubernetes and the ecosystem of Cloud Native tools.
  • Experience using machine learning tools in production.

Benefits:

  • Share options to align you with the long-term success of the company.
  • Exciting phase of fast-paced start-up challenges with an ambitious team and unlimited potential for professional growth.
  • Access to discounted lunches, gyms, shopping and cinema tickets.
  • Healthcare benefits.

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Zego Logo
Systems Engineer (DevOps)
Zego
London, United Kingdom
£65,000 to £75,000 a year
October 2019
2 Applicants This Week

Job Description

Zego is reimagining insurance for modern businesses and the self-employed. We are building a 21st century insurance platform with which to drive innovation in the industry. In 2018 we were listed as one of the top 3 disruptors to watch on the Sunday Times Fast Track 100, we were also listed in Wired magazine as one of the 5 hottest startups in London. We’re crafting the smartest insurance company in the world and we want you on board.

We are looking for a Systems Engineer to join our team in London, where you will be part of the TechOps squad whose mission is to maintain and secure the systems and infrastructure on which our product operates. You will act as a systems and operations authority and work with other software engineers to ensure products will be secure, reliable, scalable and efficient in every aspect (performance, maintenance, cost).

Systems Engineers at Zego are ultimately responsible for the well being of the product from the moment it leaves developers’ workstation. They understand the importance of efficient development processes and actively work on improving those at Zego.

We are looking for candidates who have strong analytical and troubleshooting skills,

an architect and operations minded engineer who embraces devops methodologies to improve the product and exhibit a willingness to learn and apply new technology.

Your experience should include (preferred):

  • Coding and scripting (Bash, Python, Golang)
  • Configuring Infrastructure as Code (Terraform)
  • Cloud services (AWS)
  • Container management and orchestration (Docker, Kubernetes)

We offer a number of benefits to all our employees, including:

  • Experience of working with founders from VC backed fast-growing startups
  • A great office located in Shoreditch right by Old Street Roundabout
  • High-end equipment of your choice
  • A competitive compensation package including options
  • A company sponsored mental health program
  • Free breakfast in the office every Friday

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, or disability status.


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DevOps Engineer
AltoStack
London, United Kingdom
£40,000 to £60,000 a year
October 2019
2 Applicants This Week
This job posting is no longer available

Job Description

About AltoStack

AltoStack is a DevOps and Cloud Transformation Consultancy revolutionising the way businesses innovate and grow through our technology products and consultancy services by providing a much more efficient, experienced and affordable way to operate on the Cloud and adopt DevOps without the need for internal hires. We deliver Cloud, Automation and DevOps solutions and we advocate the strategic adoption of automation as the foundation for prosperity in the digital age. Headquartered in Canary Wharf, London, United Kingdom, AltoStack has successfully delivered Cloud and Automation projects for some of the largest and most prestigious organisations in both the public and private sectors across Europe.

DevOps Engineer Role:

You will deliver hands-on, business-oriented strategic and technical consulting to our clients for cloud infrastructure and data centre automation solutions. This role will suit an AWS professional with knowledge of Integration patterns looking to
further their skills within AWS and who enjoys working in a client facing role.
Our Automation Engineers and Architects come from a DevOps background and are technically adept in configuration management tools, continuous development, Linux environments and have experience of delivering cloud infrastructure and cloud
automation.

Responsibilities:

  • You will join a project engineering team and focus on adding hands-on technical expertise,
    ensuring outcomes meet the highest technical and agile standards.

  • We expect our engineers to understand the client's project aims and to offer professional
    and commercial insight to ensure client satisfaction as well as representing the commercial
    interests of AltoStack.

  • We always expect our engineers to be very self-sufficient when engaged in smaller
    assignments representing AltoStack by themselves, always ensuring customer satisfaction
    through high-quality work and outstanding client care.

  • Working with AWS application platform developers to ensure high quality continuous build
    automation and deployment input to class leading application platform solutions.

  • Help defining relevant solution deployment architectures

  • Deploying and managing multiple environments to support rapid, agile development
    approaches including demonstration environments.

  • Collaborate and liaise with other customer stakeholders/ end users in the software
    development lifecycle – PMs, BAs, testing etc

  • Provide effective knowledge transfer and upskilling to relevant customer personnel to
    ensure an appropriate level of future self-sufficiency

Key Requirements:

  • Strong knowledge of Linux based systems
  • DevOps background/experience
  • Experience with configuration management tools such as Puppet, Chef & Ansible
  • Expert knowledge of AWS cloud (Certifications highly desirable)
  • Expert knowledge of GCP cloud (Certifications highly desirable)
  • Hands on experience with Terraform
  • Scripting ability (ideally Python or Golang)
  • Knowledge of Containers and Container Orchestration such as Docker or Kubernetes
  • Experience of Agile / Scrum methodology
  • A passion for open source technologies and the open source community
  • Demonstrable experience in cloud-automation
  • Demonstrate the ability to quickly learn new technologies.
  • Demonstrate the ability to solve complex, multi-system problems.
  • Have experience in stakeholder management within complex organisations.
  • Be comfortable with being responsible for the delivery of significant cloud and automation
    projects.
  • Be willing to work in multiple locations and prepared to travel.
  • Be a fast learner, ambitions, and comfortable working in high-pressure environments.
  • Exhibit a proven track record of continually looking for ways to improve customer
    satisfaction.

Benefits

  • 25 days holiday plus bank holidays
  • £1,000 for personal development (trainings & certifications)
  • Situated in the innovation hub of Canary Wharf
  • Laptop of your choice
  • Monthly social events and team offsites
  • Generous desk budget
  • Free fruit, cookies, tea/coffee throughout the week
  • Freedom to explore the latest tools and technologies

Work at a fun, fast-paced Consultancy based in Europe’s largest technology accelerator Level39 (Canary Wharf, London). In addition to awesome views of London, our office offers unlimited coffee brewed by a slick Nespresso machine, fresh fruit for breakfast and freshly baked cookies every day at 3pm!


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Product Engineer
Butternut Box
London, United Kingdom
£53,000 to £63,000 a year
October 2019
1 Applicants This Week

Job Description

A bit about us.

At Butternut, we put the food back into dog food. We believe dogs deserve to eat the healthiest, most natural and tastiest food with none of the nasties. That’s why we make freshly prepared dog food. Cooked like you would at home. Delivered in perfect portions.

We want to change the pet food industry for the better by helping dogs live healthier, happier and longer lives. We have come a long way since our co-founders (Kevin & David) hand-delivered the first Butternut Box.

We are on a mission to provide the best customer experience, feed more dogs and revolutionize an arcane industry using the latest technology. That’s where you come in.

Who we are looking for.

  • You have a minimum of 3+ years of relevant experience.
  • You care deeply about engineering culture and the quality of products you and your team build.
  • You love the web and new technologies (we use Elm, Golang & more on a regular basis).
  • You have an analytical mind and love solving problems as part of a team.
  • If you have made open source contributions to a project in any language (even English!) that’s a plus.

A bit about the role.

As part of the engineering team, you will report into our Head of Engineering. You will also work closely with the Product, Marketing and Customer Love Teams to help solve problems.

In this role, you can expect to:

  • Contribute to the architecture and development direction of the team to ensure quality code is written and excellent products are build
  • Work across the stack (Ruby on Rails, Elm, React JS, PostgreSQL) to deliver quality, maintainable code.
  • Collaborate and learn with other team members via pair programming, mentoring, code reviews, and technical talks.
  • Learn about and champion best practices in code, architecture & processes.

A bit about you.

  • Degree in Computer Science BSc or a BSc in a related field, or experience in lieu of this
  • A minimum of 3+ years experience in a similar role
  • Experience in Ruby or another object-oriented language
  • Experience with Elm is a plus
  • Analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Pro-active, entrepreneurial 'can do’ attitude
  • Passion for startups
  • Obsessed with dogs!

What we can offer.

  • Salary between £53,000 - £63,000
  • New Macbook pro
  • 24 days holiday per year
  • A dedicated office in a co-working space in White City
    • Weekly ‘lunch & learns’
  • Friday beers, monthly socials, and quarterly off-site events.
  • Dogs. (Chambo, Lexie, Bella, Willow & Pugwash to name a few)

We have big plans to grow over the next few years so it is an exciting time to be joining BB. You will have the opportunity to play a crucial role in developing the products that will define the future of Butternut Box. This role is for someone who is hungry for that challenge.

Butternut Box is an equal opportunity employer and we value diversity and inclusion. We welcome people of different nationalities, backgrounds, experiences, abilities and perspectives.


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