Backend Engineer at WeWork - San Francisco, USASalary
$130k - $185k• Company Website http://wework.com
Today, 260,000+ Members navigate WeWork spaces on a daily basis, a number growing geometrically year over year, yet this is only the tip of the iceberg. Countless Guests access WeWork spaces daily, and sales systems manage leads representing themselves, companies, and more.
Powered by We is WeWork’s enterprise business line, where We power spaces for large companies that we both build and manage. Alignment between WeWork systems and those of our clients is imperative.
WeLive and Rise by We go further and provide next generation residential and wellness services. There’s yet more to come beyond that, exemplified by WeWork’s recent acquisition of Meetup as well.
The Identity team’s challenge is to manage these identities, their relationships to one another, and their relationship to space and services, in a suite of services powering the whole of WeWork’s business lines. We are looking for talented engineers who are passionate about bridging the atoms-to-bits divide, and who care deeply about doing so in ways that both scale to business needs and champion our users’ trust and privacy.
WeWork’s work environment is fast-paced, entrepreneurial, low-bureaucracy, and simply fun. We value initiative, drive, and diversity of thought. We’re looking for strong software engineers to help build the future of our backend systems out of our San Francisco downtown headquarters.
Deliver high-quality code, in accordance with standard methodologies Help build a next generation platform for Identity and access management Recruit and grow an extraordinary a world class team of engineers to drive the Identity space Requirements
3+ years of software engineering experience Champion of security best practices Strong interest in scalable, future-proof architecture Nice to have
Proficiency in Go(lang) Experience in kubernetes and istio Great interpersonal skills, as this person will collaborate heavily with other members of the team Strong interest in scalable, future-proof architecture