Golang / Go Job: Full-stack engineer


Moveline

Full-stack engineer at Moveline

Las Vegas, Nevada, United States 🇺🇸   (Posted Mar 13 2014)
About the company
Moveline is a technology company that makes life easier for people who are moving. We build software people use to get organized, compare prices, and make decisions about an upcoming move.

Job position
Permanent - Remote work possible

Job description
TLDR: remote workers, full-stack, JS, Node, Angular, Express, Mongo, Holacracy, Golang, Redis, Grunt, Bower, LESS, web + mobile

Moveline is transforming an industry older than the internal combustion engine. We ship every day and play Settlers on Fridays.

We’re looking for a solid full-stack engineer who loves Settlers of Catan, remote development, and can tell the difference between an IPA and a Lager.

About Us

- Driven to build software that dramatically improves the customer experience, end-to-end, around moving. Our web product is at the heart of it

- Well-funded by a group of world-class of investors and advisors: (angel.co/moveline)

- Our organization is flexible and embraces the Holacracy model of governance. Self-determination is encouraged and self-motivation is essential.

- Have only begun to tackle the problem space. Serious fun and challenges still lie ahead.

- Our stack is primarily MEAN — Mongo/Express/Angular/Node — with some Golang on the backend. We regularly evaluate new tools and technologies for development advantages and not just because they are new and cool.

Compensation

Market salary and meaningful equity is available. We’re primarily a remote engineering team, with the company (ops, marketing, customer service) based in Las Vegas in the heart of Tony Hsieh’s Downtown Project. Hackers in Vegas or remote in the US welcome. Full Time or Contract-to-Hire only please. No freelancers or recruiters need apply.

Skills & requirements
About You

- Fluent in Javascript and comfortable jumping between client and server side development

- Passionate about code, development practices, and maintainable solutions and want to work with others who are similarly so. You can’t sleep at night knowing something is not DRY and unit-tested

- Architected and developed end-to-end products that are currently running business applications in a production environment

- Energized when working closely with others on a small team

- Want to build stuff that solves real human problems

- Can explain the differences, chemical and philosophical, between a lager and an IPA

- Don’t care if the moving industry isn’t sexy

- Would rather make money than make the front page of TechCrunch (though we do that too)

Instructions how to apply
go to the moveline website and contact them
[ job website ]

Let them know you found the job via https://www.golangprojects.com
(Companies love to know recruiting strategies that works)
 

Other jobs that might be interesting

Ancestry Senior Go(lang) Developer (Backend) - Security Team - Ancestry   (August 2018)
Lehi, Utah, United States
The ideal candidate is security-minded, with an eye for software architecture that demonstrates both tamper-proof and scalable characteristics. Concepts such as two-factor authentication and decentralized bearer tokens are already familiar to you. You will be...
ShiftLeft API / Backend Engineer Golang - ShiftLeft   (July 2018)
Santa Clara, California, United States (Remote possible)
We are looking for a talented API Engineer who can help us continue to build out our API services comprised of Golang. You will help define and drive the API evolution to support the business goals and user experience.You’d make a great addition to our team ...
Couchbase Senior Software Engineer - Full Text Search - Couchbase   (July 2018)
Mountain View, California, United States
If you like distributed databases and information retrieval, then you’ll like this! As a Senior Software Engineer in our full-text indexing team, your job will be to design and implement cutting-edge distributed, scale-out data and indexing infrastructure so...


 
Golangprojects on Twitter Golangprojects on Facebook Golangprojects at Google+ Golangprojects as rss About Golangprojects