Golang / Go Job: Go/Linux Systems Engineer

gridX GmbH

Go/Linux Systems Engineer at gridX GmbH

Aachen, Germany, Germany   (Posted Mar 22 2018)
About the company
At gridX we are building a digital energy supplier that matches decentralized renewable energy producers - like photovoltaic and battery storage systems - with energy consumers. This way, we are creating a community in which energy can be used and experienced in an entirely new way. It allows you to track your current energy data (production, consumption), benchmark it with other community members and shrink your energy costs through intelligent energy management and the benefits of a community, that produces its own energy. We are a highly dedicated and passionate team of engineers, software developers and designers that is now expanding to bring our vision to market.

Job position

Job description
* You will build new containerized applications for the gridBox, our IoT device, add new features to existing ones (mostly written in Go) and run them in the field on hundreds of devices
* You will help maintaining our gridBox OS by adding stability improvements, updating components and
* You will enhance and improve our release and deployment tooling for the gridBox built around a custom Kubernetes controller
* You will work on the backend services that process the data coming from the gridBoxes

Skills & requirements
* Comfortable working with Go, Makefiles and common UNIX tools
* Familiar with Linux internals
* Familiar with modern container technology (e.g. Docker)
* Bonus Points: Familiar with container orchestrators such as Kubernetes
* Bonus Points: Experience with the Yocto/Openembedded project

Instructions how to apply
Go to https://gridx-jobs.personio.de/ and submit your application
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Company: gridX GmbH

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Location: Aachen, Germany, Germany

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