Senior Golang Engineer - Fully remote +/- 3 hours – Up to €80,000
Do you want to work for a company revolutionising the sporting sector? Do you want to work fully remotely from anywhere in the world providing you are able to work in a similar time zone to the team? If so, we are proud to be working with a sports tech business who are looking for a Senior Golang engineer to join the team.
The business founded just over 2 years ago have around 30 in the team with half of the individuals in the tech team. You will help them build out the backend of there software which helps with engagement and brings further enjoyment to watching live sport. The business is now looking to scale the business even further having signed huge contracts with some global broadcasters and are looking to double the headcount over the next 6 months. As a Senior software engineer, you will have a great opportunity to help a start-up that has already won numerous awards and have been listed as one of the top 50 start-ups to watch in 2021.
You will join a team of 3 other backend developers to build and enhance new features in the platform. They have built the software in microservices and you will be expected to have strong experience building out API’s in Golang as well as driving forward best practises in software engineering. As a software engineer, you will be able to explore new technologies and have opportunities to suggest new ideas on technical challenges. Although they have an office on London, they allow the flexibility for you to work anywhere in the world and have staff working for the business already in over 10 countries. They are looking for developers with the following skills:
- 18 months experience in Golang
- Experience building API’s.
- Have strong skills working with open-source databases E.G NoSQL, PostgreSQL
- Experience with AWS
- Ideally experience with Docker and Kubernetes
- Salary between £50,000 - £75,000 or up to €80,000
- Truly remote
- Potential share options
- Learning and development opportunities
- Real start-up culture
- Choice of your own hardware