▲ 6 ▼ Hiring: Backend Engineer at Coder.com (US only, 70-140k)
Coder has recently relocated from NYC, and is building out remote team and our team in the Austin office.
What We Do
Coder is a startup working on a full featured cloud based development suite. We're currently working on backend infrastructure, and could use a few extra minds on the project. Our backend is programmed in Go, but if you're a talented Rust developer and willing to learn feel free to apply. Here's what we're looking for
- Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience in Computer Science or related.
- A degree is not necessary.
- Experience with backend programming, in particular: Go
- Open source activity
Bonus Points for the Following
- Experience with Docker, containerization, and/or microservice architecture.
- Experience creating distributed, fault-tolerant, and scalable systems.
- Experience working with public clouds such as AWS.
Info we'd like to see!GitHub, StackOverflow, Resume, CV (Remember, you don't need to have all of these qualifications, the most important one is being proficient in Go or willing to learn.)
How it would work...It's all pretty standard, first we would schedule an interview, where you would meet with our CTO and Systems Director to see if you're a good fit, as well as answer any questions you might have. From there we would set pay, sign contracts, and go through all the hoops. You'd be setup on our Slack, introduced to the team, and off to the races!
How to apply
You can either apply through this link which gives you more information on the job, pay and benefits. If you want to go for a more direct route you can email me with your github and resume (firstname.lastname@example.org). If you'd like to discuss wages ahead of time or have any questions you'd like addressed before scheduling an interview just shoot me an email. We hope to hear from you soon!
*We can only hire inside of the U.S due to legal issues and loose IP laws in other countries, we hate it as much as you do.
What legal issues are there that restrict recruiting outside the US?