Golang / Go Job: FULL STACK ENGINEER


Trommelo

FULL STACK ENGINEER at Trommelo

Oakland, California, United States   (Posted Apr 12 2016)
About the company
Our main focus is to remove implicit bias in hiring while simultaneously finding top candidates.

Job position
Permanent - Remote work possible

Job description
Company: Our main focus is to remove implicit bias in hiring while simultaneously finding top candidates. There are many factors that create biases in the hiring process: education, name, gender, age, etc. Some of the biggest tech companies around struggle from diversity because of implicit bias. Here is an article from the April 10, 2016: https://www.theguardian.com/technology/us-money-blog/2016/apr/10/tech-diversity-companies-recruiting-hiring
Trommelo removes any implicit bias by leveling the playing field through job competitions. Candidates compete head-to-head in live job competitions (similar to jeopardy) to showcase their skills.

Traction: We are partnered with SXSW and are currently powering their job board here: http://www.sxsw.com/exhibitions/job-market/job-board

Paying customers on this job board include: Amazon, Home Depot, Big Commerce, Grindr, VMware, and Ten-X

Pay: EQUITY. We are hiring 3-4 developers looking to work part-time on this project. Depending on experience we have 2-4% per developer to push this project.

Interested? Want to know more?

Email me directly: rob@trommelo.com

Skills & requirements
GoLang, Websockets, Angular.JS, Postgres

Instructions how to apply
E-mail rob@Trommelo.com
Company website: Trommelo

Let them know you found the job via http://www.golangprojects.com
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Company: Trommelo

Trommelo
@Trommelo
Location: Oakland, California, United States

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