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Backend Developer Node Golang AWS - Start-up

Job Title: Backend Developer Node Golang AWS - Start-up
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, England
Salary: £85000 - £100000 per annum + benefits
REF: BB/16180/I/AT/130122_1642065834
Contact Name: Open Source Team
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Job Published: 4 months ago

Job Description

Backend Developer / Distributed Systems Engineer (Node.js Real-time Golang Java C++). Would you like to be working on real-time, highly distributed systems within a technically challenging environment? You could be utilising and developing your Backend Developer skills within a friendly, supportive and relaxed company that offers perks including fully remote working, 25 days holiday and career development opportunities.

Successful start-up that creates cutting-edge, real-time infrastructure products for a range of global companies is seeking a Backend Developer. You'll be working alongside some of the best developers in London on a product that is as complex and scalable as tech giants such as Google and Deliveroo. You'll be designing and developing features for a core real-time platform which is largely in Node.js and Golang and solving hard distributed systems problems utilising a modern tech stack.

This can be a fully remote role, however you'll need to occasionally travel to the London based office for meeting and socials.

*Ideally you'll have experience with Node.js and Golang, however you can be from another tech background (such as C++ or Java) but it is essential you've have experience with highly scalable distributed systems
*Experience with Cloud technology (AWS)
*You enjoy contributing to the Open Source community, working on your own projects, upskilling and attending tech conferences
*Computer Science degree
*Excellent communication and collaboration skills

As a Backend Developer (Node.js Golang) you can expect to earn a competitive salary (up to £100k) plus benefits.

Apply today or call to have a confidential discussion about this Backend Developer (Node.js Golang) role.