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Software Engineer (Go) with Utility Warehouse
Colindale, London, United Kingdom / Remote Β£45k - Β£90k
2 months ago

Job Description

Company

Utility Warehouse is a FTSE 250 organisation which has established itself as the most trusted supplier of utility products in the UK. Utility Warehouse is the only genuine multi-utility operator in the market providing gas, electricity, landline, broadband, mobile & insurance products and services to households and businesses nationwide, all on one single monthly bill. With over 600,000 customers the organisation has grown through a philosophy of offering savings, simplicity and service. Customers enjoy a number of advantages, including membership of a discount club, and a unique CashBack reward system on everyday shopping. The organisation does not advertise, preferring instead to invest in customer services and to keep prices low. Utility Warehouse has predominantly grown through a network of over 45,000 partners who operate as lead generators and advocates for the organisation. These partners come from a range of personal and professional backgrounds, and actively take it upon themselves to promote and recommend Utility Warehouse to friends, families and their professional networks. Trust between these partners and the organisation is crucial, and ensures that customer service and satisfaction are consistently prioritised.

Background

Utility Warehouse is an energetic and entrepreneurial challenger in a market traditionally composed of monolithic, slow competitors. In the utilities market, it is difficult to compete on the quality of the product and therefore establishing a strong value proposition is crucial to avoid a race to the bottom on price. Utility Warehouse has established itself as the most trusted brand in its sector, winning accolades from industry publications and consumer advisory guides. Customer service is at the core of their business ethos and another way they differentiate from their competitors; 93% of customers would recommend the organisation to a friend. By establishing a best-in-class experience for the consumer, Utility Warehouse commands a strong market position in an age where technology makes it increasingly easy to access information on consumers’ experiences. The organisation is well-placed to capture an increasingly large portion of the Β£52bn market that they operate in. By staying true to their values of trust and service, Utility Warehouse is the only major provider in the market to be both growing and profitable.

Utility Warehouse has an adaptive, agile, fast-paced culture which has enabled it to grow rapidly. The management team has expanded over the last two years as part of the growth strategy with significant hires in technology, legal, marketing, and finance. These hires and the rebuilding of the platform will enable the company to grow to two million customers over the medium-term. Utility Warehouse operates at high-transactional scale, processing large volumes of data. This presents new opportunities to understand customer behaviours better and to create an improved customer experience as a result.

Opportunity

With ambitious product plans for the future, it is important to have a solid foundation to enable growth for the business, allow innovation and achieve rapid time to market. To realise this, the underlying platforms and systems must be designed to be flexible, modular and resilient.

You will join our Insurance team tasked with designing and building the insurance platform from the ground up to enable new opportunities to our insurance product and services.

The platform will be a set of simple and intelligent APIs built using microservices and event driven architectures. Internally, the decision and rating engines will leverage integration with numerous 3rd party systems to provide quotes, offer addons, allow policy uptake and operational management.

Key responsibilities

  • Design, architect and build multi-channel platform solutions
  • Contribute ideas and influence business wide solution architecture
  • Build robust and scalable end-to-end software solutions
  • Participate in the entire development life cycle, from requirements to delivery
  • Influence other team members in a cross functional product team
  • Build integrations with legacy systems with a focus on eventually moving away from them

Key requirements

  • Good engineering skill with an eye for both modelling and code architecture
  • Knowledge of when and how to apply test driven approaches
  • Understanding of microservice/service oriented and distributed architectures
  • Understanding of event source and/or event driven architectures
  • Belief in agile principles and a devops culture and be familiar working in a agile enviornment
  • Experience with a modern programming language (preferably golang)
  • Experience with containers and container orchestration technology will be beneficial but not essential

Interview Process

Hangout with engineering manager, pairing interview and whiteboard (non-algorithmic)

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Sr. Platform Engineer - AWS with Pagely
Phoenix, USA / Remote$135k – $180k
9 months ago

Job Description

Sr. Platform Engineer to spearhead further development of next-gen SaaS application hosting on AWS.

Are you “Bay Area Talent” but ready to rebalance your life? Your $300k salary in SF does not buy you as much as you thought - how about those 16hr days working for some brogrammer or 2hr BART commutes to/from your apartment in the East Bay? Ready to move somewhere with a fresh scene? Austin, Portland, or go home to the midwest? - maybe even Phoenix AZ? For the right candidate we will help you relocate to an area with a more sane cost of living which combined with our salary and benefits package will have you enjoying a higher standard of living.

Our Engineering team is based in the thriving warehouse district of downtown Phoenix. Come join us.. it’s not that hot. Okay thats a lie - it can get really hot. But you’ll be able to afford a 3600sqft house with a pool and plenty of AC - and only be asked to commute to the engineering office (Galvanize PHX) 1-2 days a week as we are a fully remote team.

Relocating to PHX is not required, but helpful.

Please apply here: https://pagely.breezy.hr/p/26b486657861-sr-aws-platform-engineer

  • Direct report to CTO
  • Option program
  • 401k w/ 4% match
  • Plenty of PTO
  • Health Insurance
  • Fully Remote

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Software Engineer with Hashnode
San Francisco / New York City / Remote$30K – $50K
10 months ago

Job Description

We are Hashnode, a friendly and inclusive online community for Software Developers. If you are a programmer, you may have already heard about us.

Lately, we have been playing around with blockchain technology and thinking about how we can best utilize it within our community. Here are a few experiments:

Mint: https://github.com/Hashnode/mint
Uphack: https://github.com/Hashnode/Uphack
Building blockchain powered social networks: https://medium.freecodecamp.org/a-comprehensive-guide-to-coding-a-blockchain-powered-online-community-f938792dbcb4

We are looking to hire a Golang developer (Part-time, Remote) who will help us with an upcoming blockchain project.

Activities will include:

  • Writing a Tendermint based blockchain protocol in Go
  • Coordinating with the founders and reviewing the progress
  • Making sure the code is well tested, secure and reliable

Qualities you should have:

  • Extremely organized, experience in remote work and make sure work gets done in time
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Self-starter, ability to work independently and asynchronously
  • Must be an expert in Go. Basic knowledge of blockchain tech is a plus

We are building a distributed team and work in Asian time zones. There must be an overlap of at least 2-3 hours every day.

The ideal person should be able to work 4 - 6 hours every day, 5 days a week. This means 20 - 30 hours per week for the next 6 months.


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