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Mid Level Golang Engineers - Berlin - €55K - €75K

Mid Level Golang Engineers - Berlin - €55K - €75K

Job Title: Mid Level Golang Engineers - Berlin - €55K - €75K
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Berlin, Germany
Industry:
Salary: €55,000 - €75,000
Reference: 23095
Contact Name: Jake O'Regan
Job Published: February 10, 2021 12:57

Job Description

Mid Level Backend Golang Engineers - €55K - €75K - Berlin

Amicus recruitment are proud to be working EXCLUSIVELY with a world leading Fintech company who have taken the industry by storm! They are looking to expand even further by adding several experienced & passionate Mid-Level Backend Developers to join their ever growing team. It is a truly fantastic business to be a part of!

The company was born 9 years ago and has grown into the market leader within its field. There product is now used across the globe and is a household name which supports entrepreneurs and small businesses!

You will be working within a team of different software engineers, ML engineers, QA’s and Data Scientists to ensure a smooth deployment, continuous operation and support for quality software.

An amazing opportunity for someone to progress their career with lots of learning and development opportunities.

Skills

You must have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in backend Development with previous financial industry experience preferred!

You will be competent in the below skills also:

  • Strong Golang skills & experience (1 years +)
  • Microservices
  • AWS
  • Docker, Kubernetes
  • Agile

Package & Benefits

  • Up to €55K - €75K depending on experience
  • Training & Conference attendance budget for each employer
  • Attend Hackathons around the world!
  • Strong pension scheme
  • An amazing culture with fun activities going on weekly!
  • Free drinks and snacks and discounted lunches
  • Lots more added extras!

Please send a copy of your most up to date CV to jake.oregan@amicusjobs.com to be considered