Golang / Go Job: Go Backend Engineer

Email Hunter

Go Backend Engineer at Email Hunter

Lyon, France 🇫🇷   (Posted Jun 27 2016)

Job position
Permanent - Remote work possible

Job description

Email Hunter crunches the web's data to allow businesses to connect to each other. We provide our service to more than one hundred thousand users, and our growth is accelerating. From the start, we focused on building a powerful, simple and efficient service. We're now looking for another recruit to join us in this mission. You'll join a fully remote team with big goals, full transparency, and the belief that a handful of people can make great things happen!

We're looking for someone eager to build the most comprehensive database of companies and professionals by using the web. Billions of pages of unstructured HTML data don’t scare you away; it gives you ideas! We’re looking for an imaginative developer because of the challenges you will tackle. You’ll have to find creative solutions to manage terabytes of data and extract values from it. Your mission will also include machine learning and text mining as we continue to develop our service.

The ideal candidate also knows his way around applications deployment. We’re big users of Docker and run our applications on dozens of servers. You’ll take part in improving and monitoring this infrastructure as we continually increase the amount of data we process. Your role will be to ensure that we’re able to efficiently crawl the web, store the relevant parts, and build an incredible database from it.

Finally, we’re fully customer focused. Providing them with an amazing experience implies having great a great database. You’ll be instrumental in making our clients successful and should love this idea!


We love working at Email Hunter. We're psyched by what we're building and the context we're doing it in. You'll get the chance to feel the same and take part in the adventure with us. The perks you'll get to enjoy:

Remote & flexible work

3 company-paid annual retreats to amazing places

Profit sharing

Flat hierarchy

A dynamic team building awesome projects

Skills & requirements
You write high quality, maintainable and testable Go code (bonus points for familiarities with Ruby)

You’re able to find simple and elegant solutions to complex problems

You have experience with Postgresql (bonus points for familiarities with Redis or Docker)

You know how to work on Unix and deploy applications on cloud platforms

You have strong English communication skills

You believe in shipping fast, but also shipping quality work to avoid technical debt

You love working remotely while maintaining great relationships with your team members

Instructions how to apply
Apply online: https://emailhunter.workable.com/jobs/276770 If you have questions, feel free to contact antoine@emailhunter.co
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