Golang / Go Job: Lead Go Developer


Lead Go Developer at Trust in Soda

Berlin, Germany   (Posted Mar 29 2017)

Job position
Permanent

Job description
Trust in Soda are hiring for a Lead Go Developer to join an awesome internet business in Berlin. This company are owned by a multinational technology solution provider. They are currently 80 people and 50 people in the tech team including product and BI and they are rapidly expanding. This is the chance to work with state of the art technology alongside a stellar team. Its a great environment to work in, very fast paced and very much a startup culture. They are offering a great salary, chance to work with state of the art tech, yoga sessions, gym, excellent training opportunities and more. In the role you will be working with the development team to develop and maintain their existing platform in Go. You will be working with database driven applications. The role requires you to work closely with the BI team to execute their requirements.

Skills & requirements
Required Skills

Very good experience in Golang
Be comfortable with a Debian-Linux environment, PostreSQL and MongoDB
As a bonus you also now SVN/Git
Excellent communication skills in English

Please apply for more information, we would love to hear from you and tell you more

Instructions how to apply
Please send me a copy of your CV, highlighting how much experience you have in Golang. Please state if you are open to relocating to Berlin. As this is a Lead position, they want someone based in Berlin. Working some days from home is fine, the team already work Wednesdays from home for example. They have flexible working arrangement
Company website: Trust in Soda

Let them know you found the job via http://www.golangprojects.com
(Companies love to know what recruiting strategies that works)
 

Company: Trust in Soda

Trust in Soda
Location: Berlin, Germany

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