Golang / Go Job: Software Engineer


Open Transport

Software Engineer at Open Transport

Algarve, Portugal   (Posted Mar 10 2016)
About the company
We are a production ready company with clients and new leads every day, we decided to move from only remote work to 6 months living in Algarve as we believe some phisical meetings and hackathons are needed.

Job position
Permanent - Remote work possible

Job description
This job position is not just about creating a great team but change your life to live in a beautiful part of the world.

We are recruiting for an amazing project called opentransport.org, is a product already in production and with crazy interest around the world to create on-demand platforms.

The company was working fully remote before but the interaction between the team become harder as the product matured.

We are inviting you to move to beautiful Algarve, learn how to surf in some of best surf spots in the world. Algarve offers you urban life a beautiful unspoiled nature for sports together with great quality of life.

You would get a a wage above the European average and much higher that the local average.

The offer includes remote work and you can choose to travel half of the year and spend another half in beautiful Algarve.

We believe in Open source, traveling, beautiful software, sharing, quality of life.

After just 3 months you will receive shares in the business.

The company is as a teal organisation meaning there is no hierarchy.

We are looking for 4 Go Developers and an inspirational CTO.

Skills & requirements
Go
BlockChain and Ethereum experience will be a bonus.

Instructions how to apply
Please send us an e-mail to collective@opentransport.org
Company website: Open Transport

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Company: Open Transport

Open Transport
Location: Algarve, Portugal

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