Golang / Go Job: GoLang Expertise for Fin District San Fran, up to 300,000$+pre-IPO stock possible


GoLang Expertise for Fin District San Fran, up to 300,000$+pre-IPO stock possible at Leveridge Systems INC and Company clients of a prestigious nature.

San Francisco, California, United States   (Posted May 22 2017)
About the company
Client is seeking someone serious and fun, to build the critical backend systems and services for web and mobile applications that are the core the business. This includes the rewards system that will be used to increase safety, designing APIs, creating/managing databases, and automated test suites

Job position
Permanent - Remote work is NOT possible
Relocation compensation available

Job description
Critical Back end systems GoLang Very confident Developments, API Design , AWS Environment and need for experience with RESTful Webservices

Skills & requirements
Critical Backend systems GoLang Very confident Developments, API Design, AWS Environment and need for experience with RESTful Webservices

Instructions how to apply
Please send MSWORD or .pdf Full Resume for immediate and serious consideration.
John D Allen.

Leveridge Systems INC .
T +1 417 414 4963 | Skype john_d_allen |E john.allen@leveridgesystems.com | www.leveridgesystems.com | www.linkedin.com/in/johndallen1 | CST.
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Company: Leveridge Systems INC and Company clients of a prestigious nature.

Leveridge Systems INC and Company clients of a prestigious nature.
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Location: San Francisco, California, United States

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