Golang / Go Job: Backend Developer (Golang)


Optiopay GmbH

Backend Developer (Golang) at Optiopay GmbH

Berlin, Germany   (Posted Dec 7 2015)
About the company
OptioPay is a payment processor with a difference. Our software increases the value of any payment received by consumers from companies, by combining bank transfers with higher value gift cards. By integrating payments to employees or customers with effective marketing we aim to create a completely new, performance based, advertising channel.

Job position
Permanent - Remote work is NOT possible

Job description
OptioPay is a payment processor with a difference. Our software increases the value of any payment received by consumers from companies, by combining bank transfers with higher value gift cards. By integrating payments to employees or customers with effective marketing we aim to create a completely new, performance based, advertising channel.

We are looking an experienced Backend Developer to start as soon as possible. We offer the opportunity to gain experience and practical skills in an e-commerce startup, build a network of entrepreneurs and exercise real responsibility in a dynamic environment.

Our Philosophy

The OptioPay way isn’t easy. We work hard, and push ourselves to the limit. We challenge the orthodoxy and seek new frontiers. We accept only the brilliant and expect brilliance. We’re looking for people who want to change the world.

Our aim is to fundamentally change the nature of B2C payments. To do this we need your talent, creativity and drive. What we offer in return is a challenging but supportive environment, with a shared vision and passion. If that sounds like a worthwhile tradeoff, we’d love to hear from you!


Your Role
To create and maintain services written in Golang which will be connected through a central message and event bus (Kafka).
Extend our RESTful API and data model which is based on the event sourcing paradigm.
To ensure your code is accurate, stable and comprehensive by conducting reviews as well as writing unit­ and acceptance tests.
To help us reach more customers by integrating the OptioPay platform with banks, PSPs and other financial systems.
To engage with continuous improvement of our services. This will include reviews of business processes, infrastructure and hardware as well as enabling frontend developers to collect more data.

Skills & requirements
Your Profile
You have at least 2 years of professional experience as a backend software developer, preferably using Golang.
You are experienced with tools like git, GitHub, Docker and have expertise in test automation such as Go Test and Jenkins
You have some experience with Linux­ based operating systems and bash scripting.
You are familiar and interested in distributed, scalable systems with high availability

What’s on offer
A small team of experienced developers and a complex, distributed platform to work on
A modern technology stack with microservices written in Golang. Kafka serves as our central data­ and communication hub, while CoreOS is the OS of choice for our staging­ and production environments.
Individual responsibility and the opportunity to grow professionally
Work directly with our founders and gain experience of an international, venture backed, startup
Access to a global network of successful entrepreneurs
Become part of a multinational, talented team of 30 working in Berlin
Prime office location - overlooking the Spree - in the heart of Berlin’s Mediaspree
Free breakfast, drinks and fruit to keep energy levels high

Instructions how to apply
Please send your CV/Resume to jobs@optiopay.com
[ job website ]

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Company: Optiopay GmbH

Optiopay GmbH
@optiopay
Location: Berlin, Germany

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