Golang / Go Job: Full Stack Software Engineer – Bay Area

Ionic Security

Full Stack Software Engineer – Bay Area at Ionic Security

San Francisco, California, United States   (Posted Aug 20 2015)
About the company
Ionic Security enables the use of cloud services by protecting sensitive data anywhere it travels and wherever it resides, whether on the corporate network, in the cloud or on mobile devices. The first unified data security platform of its kind, Ionic Security takes a comprehensive approach to securing data in today’s borderless enterprise by providing access control, intellectual property monitoring, data encryption and policy management, without needing to use proxies or gateways or changes in user behavior. Ionic Security is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, and is backed by leading venture firms Google Ventures, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, TechOperators and ff VC as well as industry experts Christopher Klaus, Ken Levine, Phil Dunkelberger and Dr. Paul Judge.

Job position

Job description
As a full stack software engineer you will be working with a small team integrating cloud services, thick client applications, mobile apps, and other software systems with a near real-time transaction based environment, including:

Development in multiple languages, to include Java, Python, GoLang, PHP, C/C++, and/or others as necessary
Designing, implementing, and interacting with RESTful API.
Designing, implementing, and debugging complex applications, multithreaded and/or distributed applications

Skills & requirements

Competitive salary and options
Flexible work hours
Flexible vacation time
Great development environments
Attend conferences
Outstanding team
Health insurance and 401K plan

Instructions how to apply
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Company: Ionic Security

Ionic Security
Location: San Francisco, California, United States

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