Golang / Go Job: Software Engineer


Voltaire (Valley IT Solutions)

Software Engineer at Voltaire (Valley IT Solutions)

Southern Pines, NC, North Carolina, United States   (Posted Aug 29 2017)
About the company
We make some of the coolest applications in the world, for the most demanding and exceptional customers on the planet. Big Data, Video streaming, AI, Business, Geospatial, you name it, we do it. Don't let our name or small time appearance fool you, we do big things here and need the best people.

Job position
Permanent
Relocation compensation available

Job description
Cutting edge company working with one of the world's best customers. Come build applications that make Hollywood look like real life! Full Go SaaS/PaaS shop. AWS skills a huge plus.

Must be willing to consider relocating or partial remote. Also must apply for security clearance with US government.

Go devs with security clearance move to the front of the line!

Salary Range 70k-110k depending on experience and interview process.

Skills & requirements
Must have 2-5 years demonstrable experience with writing Go apps.
CompSci degree a plus.
Must apply for or have government security clearance.
Must be human.
Must be passionate about making an impact on the world.
Must be good with people.
Experience working face to face with customers is a plus.

Looking to hire 20 Engineers so please don't hesitate to apply.

Instructions how to apply
Email your resume and GitHub link to:

timadams@skipladdr.com
Company website: Voltaire (Valley IT Solutions)

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Company: Voltaire (Valley IT Solutions)

Voltaire (Valley IT Solutions)
Location: Southern Pines, NC, North Carolina, United States

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