Golang / Go Job: GO BackEnd Engineering role - Salary is Wide open! and negotiable.

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GO BackEnd Engineering role - Salary is Wide open! and negotiable. at Leveridge Systems INC

San Francisco, California, United States   (Posted Jul 5 2017)
About the company
Our customer is a high caliber well parented startup and thus stable and long term vision to Save lives via Go source and surrounding Technology that you'll be building :-)

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

Job description
One of our high caliber well parented startup clients is seeking a Golang pro interested in being involved in building life-saving applications - someone to build critical backend systems and services for web & mobile. A rewards system to incentivise life saving Applications, designing APIs and creating/managing databases, with automated testing planned; You'll enjoy and be comfortable with Go-centric code base and the language best practices.
Experience in building RESTful services at scale.
Deep experience with using AWS for production systems at scale and have an exceptional grasp of high-level architecture.

Skills & requirements
Well, very comfortable with Go and backend uses thereof; You'll have a active GitHub suite portfolio of open source and be open to and having had some experiences preferably in working alongside/with data scientists

Instructions how to apply

Company website: Leveridge Systems INC

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Company: Leveridge Systems INC

Leveridge Systems INC
Location: San Francisco, California, United States

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