Golang / Go Job: Software Developer

Digital Animal

Software Developer at Digital Animal

Birmingham, United Kingdom   (Posted Apr 11 2016)
About the company
Digital Animal is an advocacy marketing technology and consultancy company. We combine technology with a deep understanding of social interaction to redefine this area of marketing. The sensational growth of Airbnb, Uber and Dropbox, all of whom use the influence of their customers to grow their business, suggests that every brand should place recommendations at the heart of their marketing strategy. Digital Animal’s technology is bringing this capability to big brands and disruptive startups in the UK and beyond. Digital Animal’s Amigo technology builds personalised advocacy campaigns that are built on friendship. Our small team of Advocacy Analysts advises companies on how to use and optimise advocacy in their marketing strategy. We also help them to analyse the unique data that their campaigns generate. We are a startup with a dozen employees, with offices in Birmingham and London.

Job position
Permanent - Remote work is NOT possible

Job description
As a Software Developer you will work as part of our growing Birmingham-based Development team to create innovative and elegant solutions for our core platform.

Skills & requirements
Experience with Golang, Node.js and Postgres (see spec for specifics). Barista skills are an added bonus :-)

Instructions how to apply
Please send your covering letter and PDF CV via the link provided. Please be sure to include links to your GitHub and StackOverflow profiles.
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Company: Digital Animal

Digital Animal
Location: Birmingham, United Kingdom

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