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£80k - £95k
This is a 100% remote role. UK/EU based only.
We are looking for Senior Software Developers who want to help build the next generation payment API in the cloud.
We’d like to hear from enthusiastic polyglot developers who want to work with the latest technologies, solve interesting problems and be part of a really great team. There are a wide range of problems to tackle, from configuring nginx proxies to writing custom payment routing and handling logic, and we contribute open source back to the community. We believe that the language you write the code in is just how you convey your solution to the computer and the real value is being able to think through a problem.
You will be working on new development projects, focused on best practice across the board, including automation of absolutely everything (Terraform for infrastructure deployments to AWS, CI/CD with contract-based testing and auto-deployment of services within Docker containers, etc.), pair programming and TDD/BDD. Although many of us live around London, we are operating as a remote team, and typically working from home and pair programming.
It’s very much a “best tool for the job” mentality at Form3 and our tech-stack is always evolving but to give you a flavour of what we’re currently working with here are some of the tools we use;
We don’t mind whereabouts you are based as we offer the opportunity for our team to work remotely from anywhere in the UK or EU. In fact, most of our Developers work, utilising screen-share technology and pair-programming to share knowledge across the team. That being said, we also have London and Amsterdam offices, so should you occasionally wish to work from these, you’d be most welcome.
Whilst experience of the above technologies would be nice, it is by no means essential. We are looking to speak with well-rounded software professionals who have a breadth of experience across a variety of programming languages, are passionate about tech and enjoy working collaboratively within a team.
£40k - £55k
Third Light is hiring a back-end developer, either a seasoned Go developer or a back-end developer looking to cross-train to Go.
You may work remotely as your full-time arrangement, joining a team that already includes remote workers.
This is about delivering sophisticated new product features for release to our state-of-the-art software service that helps companies manage and share their digital media files easily – features that will have immediate positive impact for our global user base.
We’re a small and expanding software development team, building an enterprise application with a highly-polished UI, using the very best and latest techniques. We employ an iterative, design-led process where everyone on the team gets a say. We’re agile and manage our work using a gentle Kanban process with daily stand-ups and we encourage a lightweight, productive approach to development.
Your opinion and expertise will be valued from day one.
Upcoming projects within the team
We’re looking for
You may bring - or like to gain - skills exploring any of the following
Our current technology mix - we’ll help you get up to speed
£40k - £100k
At Monzo we’re aiming to build the best current account in the world. We are always keen to hear from capable, creative engineers who want to help us accomplish that goal. We want our bank to be safe and secure for our customers, so security is very important to us
Security at Monzo
Monzo’s security team has a wide range of responsibilities, from infrastructure security to application security. As a bank, we are solving diverse, novel problems to ensure that our customers are safe and secure.
One of the guiding principles of security at Monzo is that security at the expense of user experience is a last resort. We aim to move mountains in the background such that we can build world-class features without compromising on security.
As a member of our security team you would be responsible for constantly improving the security of Monzo, and you would work closely with other teams to ensure that our systems are secure by design. Of course, security incidents can and do occur, and the security team is involved with many different types of incident response.
Our 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 our product 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!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 our product 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 have around 190 engineers out of roughly 1000 people in total - and we have big ambitions. As a security engineer here you’d be able to work directly with lots of teams 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:
Go to write our application code (there’s an excellent interactive Go tutorial here) Cassandra for most persistent data storage Kafka for our asynchronous message queue Linkerd/Finagle for RPC Kubernetes and Docker to schedule and run our services (Oliver, our Head of Engineering, gave a great talk at KubeCon on how we use these technologies) 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 (and everyone you know) use every day you’re constantly looking for flaws in systems and can reason about how best to address them 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.). Logistics
We can help you relocate to London, we can sponsor visas, and we’re open to distributed working (as long as you can spend around 20% of your time in London).
We have payroll set up in five countries: the UK, Ireland, France, Poland and Spain. Right now, we can only hire people who work from those countries and we’ll keep this updated with new ones as we expand and are able to hire from more places 🌎
We offer competitive salaries based on skills and experience, which could be anywhere between £40,000 - £100,000 per year.
We care deeply about inclusive working practices and diverse teams. If you’d prefer to work part-time or as a job-share, we’ll try our best to make this happen. Just let us know in your application so we can plan for it.
We’re usually always hiring for Backend Engineers in Security, so there’s no closing date for this job.
Our interview process is normally a phone interview, a coding task and call to discuss it, and 2-3 hours of onsite interviews. We promise not to ask you any brain teasers or trick questions. We might design a system together on a whiteboard, the same way we often work together, but we won’t make you write code on one
Questions about this role? Head over to our careers page to read our FAQs (www.monzo.com/careers)
Our interview process is normally a phone interview, a coding task and call to discuss it, and 2-3 hours of onsite interviews. We promise not to ask you any brain teasers or trick questions. We might design a system together on a whiteboard, the same way we often work together, but we won’t make you write code on one🔗 Link
€50k - €90k
We’re a young company iterating over our remote culture so for now, we’re only working with people in locations where the time zone is:
-3 hours > Paris time zone < +3 hours
Care Platform Team @Heetch
We are a new team with the mission to rebuild the entire customer support infrastructure to help our Customer Care team deliver exceptional customer experiences faster and better while continuously improving the whole experience - for both passengers and drivers.
Have a look at our stack for a deeper overview: https://stackshare.io/heetch/engineering
Our team’s values
Transparency: We discuss everything openly within the team. Our ‘Speak up’ culture is strong.
Remote first: Our team is fully distributed, and we work hard at that, but feel free to work from any of our offices in Paris, London, Brussels or Casablanca. Flexible work schedules are part of the plan.
Learn from failures: It’s ok to fail, learn from it and try again.
Experiment things: Being free is part of our DNA, we can try things as long as it brings value.
Code quality: Tests are as important as code is.
Caring is sharing: We believe in continuous learning and want you to be proud of what you’ve learned/built. Sharing is a natural part of the process.
What will be your role?
You will help us build internal products and native mobile app features that enable Heetch to provide a world-class support experience. How about joining us to build the foundation of a Data Science feature such as Sentiment Analysis in a whole new Care platform?
Does it sound like you?
You have a solid experience in software development.
You can easily work with Golang or Ruby in production.
You have solid experience with APIs whatever the protocol (HTTP, gRPC).
If you’ve already been part of a Customer Support team before, we would already be a great match.
If automation is one of your passions, it’s another bonus point.
What will you do?
• Build, test, deploy and monitor the services you’ll work on
• Work on different parts of the system in Ruby and Golang (one service is in Elixir though)
• Build, test, ship and monitor features on top of third-party services such as Zendesk, Aircall Mandrill or Miuros
• Be an important part of the exit from a modular monolithic application to a microservices family
• Collaborate closely with our Care experts and Product Manager
• Write documentation and runbooks (Being a #RemoteFirst company, this is part of our DNA)
What will be your challenges?
• Create a new Golang microservice handling webhooks that push notifications to mobile apps
• Replace our search queries from PostgreSQL to an ElasticSearch cluster
• Add a new consumer/producer on top of our Kafka/RabbitMQ message queues from our mobile apps
• Advocate the other teams about how we use wrappers on top of Echo framework in order to align metrics company wise
• Upgrade some modular monolithic services in Ruby to a fresher version
€55k - €75k
A few months ago we started out with the vision of building a next generation sports betting platform focused on performance, reliability, modularity and automation. We believe that our experience paired with today’s technologies, great talent and the agility of a startup environment will enable us to deliver a best-in-class product that meets the demands of the market of tomorrow.
Our Account Team is now on the lookout for an experienced Software Engineer who wants to join our distributed team and help us execute our vision.
The Account Team is responsible for the development and daily operations of the core services powering business-critical functions such as player account management and wallets. Other focus areas include, but are not limited to: responsible gaming, integration with third-party payment providers, and player acquisition and retention programs with a focus on personalisation and automation.
The services owned by the team are to be simultaneously used by thousands of users around the globe and are expected to be able to handle hundreds of thousands of daily transactions in a timely manner.
Raw performance isn’t everything. The team must also ensure that the platform can be easily adapted to be compliant with the different and ever changing regulatory demands our industry is facing all over the world. The ultimate goal being to ensure a fair and safe sports betting experience to all our players.
We are hiring for talent, not for a specific location. You will find that members of our team are distributed all over Europe. Being a distributed team enables us to hire only the best, without being restricted to the talent pool available at a specific geographic location. However, to facilitate team communication and collaboration we currently require you to be located in a European time zone (between UTC-1 and UTC+3). You must also be able to travel to other European locations a few times a year for on-site meetings and workshops.
The budgeted compensation range for this role is €55k-75k annually, depending on your background and experience. As an independent contractor you will be responsible for paying any taxes or applicable fees in your country of residence (unless you are based in Malta, in which case you will be employed). In addition to that, we offer a number of perks to each of our team members as we truly believe in a healthy work-life balance and continuous learning.
BS degree in Computer Science or similar technical field
2+ years of professional software development experience using Go
Interest in or previous experience with Elixir will be considered an asset
Experience building large-scale distributed systems, communicating asynchronously via message passing using RabbitMQ or Kafka
Deep understanding of DDD, CQRS, microservices architecture, and SQL/NoSQL data stores
Interest in test automation, cloud and containerization technologies, code instrumentation and CI/CD pipelines
Interest and ability to keep yourself up to date and learn new languages, frameworks and technologies as required
Interest in taking full ownership of your services and managing them in a production environment including the troubleshooting of live incidents
Ability to work autonomously in a fully distributed team
Good communication skills in verbal and written English
$40k - $100k
Are you a Golang developer that’s passionate about developer tooling? ActiveState is looking for developers to level up their end-user tooling team. This team is mainly responsible for “the State Tool”, a new command line tool we’re developing that allows you to quickly jump-start runtime environments for your projects. Backed by ActiveState’s new platform we’ll be able to provide developer tooling unlike any you’ve seen before.
If you know Python, Perl, or Tcl you’ve probably heard of ActiveState’s language distros. Now we’re building an ambitious language distribution platform and set of tools so that coders can focus on coding and spend less time worrying about dependency hell, third party vulnerabilities, and inconsistent developer environments. We’re doing this for every language and platform on the planet (and beyond). We need your help to do it! Best of all you’ll be working on a product that you’ll use yourself daily.
This position is based out of our headquarters in beautiful Vancouver, BC. Remote work will be considered, but only for candidates in North America.
WHAT YOU’LL BE DOING
Your job is to help us build the tools that take the pain out of developing code in teams. Our lofty goal is to replace the venerable README file with a single command. You’ll work on command line clients, editor tooling, and more. While a primary amount of your job will be described as back-end work you must be comfortable with a little front-end work as well.
When not working on code, you’ll be meeting with your team to figure out priorities, features, technical issues, etc. You’re someone with good technical knowledge who also has an interest in the end-product you’ll be building.
Our day to day work practices are centered around GitHub, pull requests, code review, CI for testing, and agile development with Pivotal Tracker as our project management tool. We’re always looking to improve our practices and we expect you to help us to do so.
Our back ends and command line tools for interacting with our Platform are written in Go. While certain extended components of the platform that you might interact with from time to time are written in Elm and Python. We’re also aiming to get a foothold in TypeScript for future editor plugin work.
The team is scattered around the US and Canada, so we coordinate with each other and the rest of the company using Slack for chat, Highfive for video calls and screen sharing, Pivotal Tracker, and the Google Suite.
We like to use open source software whenever possible, and we also like to contribute back to the open source ecosystem. We embrace open sourcing both libraries and tools developed in-house as long as those are not mission-critical code.
WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU
If you have experience with any of the following please make sure to highlight it in your cover letter:
$120k - $150k
We’re a new insurance company, help us build our Go-based company stack from the ground up.
We’re hiring for an experienced Go-programmer role. Your primary responsibility will be to develop the core systems that power our insurance products and to help spread your Go expertise at the company e.g., promote Go best-practices and mentor other developers excited to learn more Go.
Skills & requirements:
You DO NOT need a math or insurance background to be AMAZING at this job. Anyone with a good understanding of the typical web stack and Go should apply. We’re a pretty friendly bunch. We like working with other friendly & open folks who like to code.
Some of the stuff we do with Go:
What’s in our stack?
More about us:
We’re headquartered in Boston but we have people that work in Southern California and Ann Arbor, Michigan. We welcome fully remote employees, or if you want to work in the Ann Arbor, MI or Boston, MA offices, that’s cool too.
Compensation is a mix of competitive salary and equity. We offer full benefits (medical, dental, vision) and contribute to your 401K.
$10k - $20k
We’re looking for a Mid to Senior developer/DevOps (who knows Go preferably but not mandatory, it can be learned on the job). Join us at Apperto (apperto.co), where we connect small to medium communities (less than 500k inhabitants) using cutting edge technologies. Many features, multiple communities, a single app.
We are a small company that just got funded and we want to expand our engineering team. Currently we have 9 people working full time but only 2 in engineering, so we want you to be the third! You’ll be working side by side with founders and first employees, learning all about our system, planning and executing improvements. On the backend we have microservices (all of them written in Go) running on Kubernetes and communicated using gRPC. On the frontend we have a mobile app written in Flutter that communicates with the backend using gRPC.
E-mail me for more details!
$25k – $50k
Azumo is looking for a highly motivated Backend Engineer to develop and enhance high performing and scalable backend infrastructures in AI, NLP and conversational software environments.
This position will give you the opportunity to collaborate with a growing team and bright engineering minds in AI computing. You will enjoy the role if you love designing and developing scalable, high performant backend infrastructure using Java, Python, Node, open-source frameworks and connecting applications to modern cloud-based technologies.
Design, develop and test server features and robust APIs Integrate existing applications with third party systems Evaluate multiple approaches and technologies to solving a problem
BS or Master’s degree in Computer Science, related degree, or equivalent experience 3+ years experience with backend development, Java, Python or other OOP language Deep expertise with Linux and hosted cloud environments (Heroku, AWS, App Engine or other) Practical experience with open source technologies, including SQL and NoSQL DBs Experience integrating solutions with 3rd party APIs (RESTful, OAuth, JSON) Self-driven and motivated, with a strong work ethic and a passion for problem solving Strong Experience with backend development (Node.js / Express, GO (GoLang))
Prior experience with big data technologies Love for coding and willingness to be agile Hacker spirit within a collaborative team
The Backend Engineer will be based remotely. Compensation commensurate with experience and candidate potential.
At Azumo we strive for excellence and strongly believe in professional and personal growth. We want each individual to be successful and pledge to help each achieve their goals while at Azumo and beyond. Challenging ourselves and learning new technologies is at the core of what we do.
Based in San Francisco, California, Azumo is an innovative software development firm helping organizations build intelligent apps using the latest technologies in AI, data and cloud. We are passionate about solving key problems for customers around the globe.
If you are qualified for the opportunity and looking for a challenge please apply online at https://azumo.workable.com or connect with us at firstname.lastname@example.org
$30k - $100k
Brankas is a cutting-edge provider of consumer and enterprise focused financial management software and systems. Brankas’ backend service-oriented architecture is entirely written in Go, and deployed on cloud-based systems (GCP, AWS), making heavy use of third-party systems and APIs.
Brankas is looking for a strong developer generalist with previous experience building production quality systems in Go. Candidates should have a strong desire to work in a fast moving, but rigorous development environment, with focus on pushing high quality, production grade, and secure code. Candidates should be familiar with service-oriented architectures / “microservices” and have strong working knowledge of systems architecture and design.
In this position, you will work directly, hands-on with the CTO and will have the opportunity to make a direct and meaningful impact on the future technology of a fast growing tech company and platform.