Software Engineer, Full Stack Web - Golang at Foundry
London, United Kingdom
🇬🇧 (Posted Feb 9 2018)
About the company
Whatever you can see, we innovate and design the technology to make sure the world can see it too, exactly as it was imagined.
Foundry designs creative technologies used to deliver award-winning visual effects and 3D content for the design, visualization and entertainment industries.
Our software advances the art and technology of visual experience in partnership with creative leaders across the globe such as Pixar, Mercedes-Benz, The Moving Picture Company and Sony Pictures.
From mind's eye to the big screen, and from paper napkin to product, Foundry gives creative and design professionals the tools and expertise to visualise incredible ideas and turn them into reality.
We encompass a group of talented individuals who pride themselves in the development and maintenance of trusting relationships, consistent growth and future thinking. We are always approachable and encourage innovative, novel ideas whilst maintaining a down to earth and friendly environment.
25 days holiday + bank holidays
Pension scheme & life assurance
Health cash plan & medical insurance,
Season ticket loan
Company’s social events
Beer O’Clock Fridays
Learning & development plans
Foundry’s discount & saving scheme
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.
Relocation compensation available
Foundry is working on a EU Research and Innovation project between 10 industry leading companies and research institutions to create a step-change in allowing creative industry companies to re-use existing digital assets for future productions. At Foundry we aim to develop our Flix tool by building a bridge between cloud and on-premise storage enabling a type-agnostic and replicable asset store.
We are looking for a full-stack engineer who is able to easily adapt between both front and backend development, takes pride in their craft and remains enthusiastic when tackling development challenges. You’re detail oriented, a problem-solver, organized and focused. You have good communication skills, are an excellent teammate and consistently passionate about delivering a strong end product.
With mentorship from the Lead Engineer, you will work on an exciting greenfield project at the cutting edge of asset management, as well as building novel tech into the existing product range. You will contribute by writing code, developing systems, designing front-ends, authoring automated tests, and playing a part in the planning and delivering of projects and releases.
Flix is a visual story development tool for feature film, TV production, games, and more. Designed to promote fast-paced creative collaboration, Flix removes the technical barriers that can cause frustration and slow you down.
With Flix, directors, producers, story artists, editors, and 3D layout and previs artists can all collaborate in one easy-to-access place, letting them explore and iterate freely; deliver faster story turnarounds; and share involvement in the development of a project earlier in the process.
Moving the product forward to take advantage of cloud technologies is an important step in taking Flix forward. We are now rebuilding FLIX from the ground up, using modern technologies and design architecture.
Skills & requirements
Experience in working with REST services
Good communication skills, well-organised, good time management
Experience of commercial software development and standard methodology
Good working knowledge of TDD/BDD and CI
Successful track record of working in a development team
Experience of asset management
Experience in cross-platform development
Instructions how to apply
Please apply via our website: https://foundry-2.workable.com/j/C1EBEE64D4
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