Golang / Go Job: Backend Go Engineer - Remote (UTC-UTC+1)

Vistas recruitment

Backend Go Engineer - Remote (UTC-UTC+1) through Vistas recruitment

🇬🇧 United Kingdom › Remote (UTC - UTC+1)   (Posted Dec 11 2020)

About the recruiter
Martin was the first recruiter to specialise in Go (since 2015) and we believe the best!
He works as an independent recruiter and as such provides a highly personal and knowledgeable service to candidates and clients alike.
Trained as a software engineer, he has extensive experience in recruitment (over 25 years) and has built up a great network of companies across the UK & Europe looking to hire Gophers.
He’s also active in the Go community, regularly sponsoring conferences and meetups.

Salary
£60,000 - £85,000 Per Annum

Job description
Location: Remote (UTC - UTC+1)
Type: Permanent
Salary: £60,000 - £85,000 Per Annum

Are you excited about working on distributed systems and database technologies at scale?
How about a fully remote role?

My client, headquarted in London, helps thousands of companiesunderstand their key metrics at a glance. They have built lots of integrations with lots of various tools like Mailchimp, Salesforce, Zendesk etc.

They have asked me to find a senior Go engineer to join their backend team and work on either their platform or product team. There are lots of other interesting, tech challenges to overcome.

They offer flexible working and fully remote working within the timeszones UTC to UTC+1.

The engineering team regularly have innovation days (about once per fortnight) where you have carte blanche to work on anything that interests you.

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Recruiter: Vistas recruitment

Location: Remote (UTC - UTC+1), United Kingdom
Skills wanted, in addition to Golang:
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