2 Jul 2018

Full-Time Backend Engineer

OmazeLos Angeles, California, United States

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Job Description

Omaze’s API team is looking for great engineering talent to help us grow in 2017, 2018 and beyond. We have interesting problems and big ambitions. We need outstanding people to help us build awesome stuff.

A Backend Engineer at Omaze is someone special. You’ve got experience, but also wisdom; you’re great technically, but also with people; you take pride in your craft, and also in the success of your teammates. You have high standards. You love to ship. And you’re excited by the prospect of using your talents to meaningfully help other people.

  • Write well designed, testable and reliable code as you ship features that help support amazing causes world-wide.
  • Maintain a highly responsive system by ensuring code quality, stability and scalability.
  • Support fellow developers by providing advice, encouraging best practices and performing design and code reviews.
  • You have 3+ years of professional software experience
  • You have experience with several programming languages, and deep knowledge of at least one object-oriented language
  • You do (or would) enjoy working in Python
  • You’ve got hands-on experience with e-commerce systems (designing, building, maintaining)
  • You have experience with microservices (building, deploying, supporting)
  • You have a willingness and ability to communicate ideas and lead/mentor other developers
  • You have designed and implemented optimized, scalable architectures
  • You have worked with RESTful APIs
  • You are great at query optimization with relational (MySQL) and non-relational databases
  • You have experience with AWS technologies such as Lambda, RedShift, DynamoDB, and S3
  • You have experience with RabbitMQ, Celery, Redis, and ElasticSearch

 

How to Apply

You can apply by visiting: https://boards.greenhouse.io/omaze/jobs/4037185002 

 

 

Job Categories: Engineering. Job Types: Full-Time. Job expires in 42 days.

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