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Golang Engineer at Clevertech

Remote, United States 🇺🇸   (Posted Feb 6 2019)
About the company
Simply put, Clevertech solves our clients toughest problems, using the power of creative problem solving, bespoke engineering and stunning design. We bring years of experience across some of the worlds most complex industries, to bring cross-functional insight and discipline to each and every engagement. Backed by a global team of the worlds best technologists and problem solvers, we solve problems in industries few know exist, innovate behind closed doors, and always put our clients first.

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Job description
What you’ll do:

-Collaborate with our team in every stage of a product's lifecycle; from planning to delivery

-Create clean, modern, testable, well-documented code

-Work within an Agile team in CI/CD environment with modern JavaScript technologies to develop complex web applications

-Confidently communicate daily with clients to understand and deliver technical requirements

-Manage your own workflow to meet the deadlines which you will have set with your team to ensure success

Skills & requirements
-5 years experience in server side development

-2 years recent professional experience developing in Golang

-Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Computer Science or similar technical discipline

-Database skills – You understand the use cases for relational and non-relational data, you’ve implemented code against several different database platforms.

-Strong communicator and fluent in English with excellent written and verbal communication skills.

-Strong understanding of the agile software development process

-Excited by ambiguity and rapid changes common in early-stage product development

Instructions how to apply

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