Golang / Go Job: Software Engineer - Golang

LocalRaces.com, LLC

Software Engineer - Golang at LocalRaces.com, LLC

Joplin, Missouri, United States 🇺🇸   (Posted Dec 9 2016)
About the company
OUR PLATFORM

We are more than online race registration and event management software. Our technology creates a great event experience for runners, cyclists, and triathletes. From driving new participants, to collecting data insights resulting in better decisions, to offering time-saving automated processes that set our clients apart from their competition, we make event management easier and more profitable.

We act as a payment facilitator for race directors and club managers. We process race participant, sponsor, and club member registrations, both online and onsite. The company charges a processing fee to registrants, while providing in-kind event management SaaS solutions to race directors. Our all-in-one web-based software suite includes registration, volunteer, sponsor, advertising, and vendor management solutions.

OUR NETWORK

Athletes sign up for our clients’ events and clubs on LocalRaces.com, the nation’s largest network of local running and cycling communities, where we host thousands of event, club, and trail profiles in all 381 U.S. metropolitan areas. We provide every registered athlete web-based tools and mobile applications to manage their upcoming race itineraries, past results, club memberships, personal records, goals, and training runs and rides.

Our media properties and mobile applications are powered by our proprietary LocalRaces API, which aggregates race event, trail, club, and athlete meta data supplied by athletes, race directors, other event engines, race result databases, and training applications like Strava and Garmin.

Please contact us to inquire about our race director services or to discuss strategic partnerships. We are also hiring amazing account managers and awesome developers familiar with Go.

Job position
Permanent - Remote work possible

Job description
LocalRaces is a Joplin, Missouri based tech company that offers online registration hosting and race management software to organizers of endurance events (think 5Ks to marathons).

Skills & requirements
Job description

We are looking for a full-stack software engineer. Yes, we are Go/Golang shop, but we are open to training a great programmer into Go/Golang if they already have solid web programming experience with complementary skills like CSS, JavaScript, etc. Yes, we are open to remote, but must have prior experience in a remote environment.

Skills & requirements

Go / Golang Strongly Preferred

nginx

RESTful API

MySQL

Gorilla web toolkit

CSS

Javascript

Job Type: Full-time

Instructions how to apply
Please send resume and recent salary history to toby@localraces.com.
Company website: LocalRaces.com, LLC

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