Backend Engineer at Orama Recruitment

London, United Kingdom

Posted on Apr 19 2016 (8 months ago)

Visas:

European citizens only

My client, a fast growing start-up, created in 2013 in Australia, is currently looking for talented and passionate Software Engineers to join their awesome team.

The company is now booming and experiencing exponential growth in Australia and overseas (Boston, Dubai, Singapore and London!); and while they still have a start-up work mentality, they are facing the exciting challenges related to the birth and growth of a global group.

Their architecture is split into micro-services which boosts their deployments cycles.
Their core front-end applications run on the last versions of Ruby on Rails and Angular.
Their cloud-based infrastructure is fully automated and is based on technologies such as AWS, Ansible, Docker, MongoDB etc.

You will endorse the role of Backend Engineer and have the opportunity to work on their patented integration hub.

You will have full ownership of new projects and be responsible for the implementation of new features. This includes working with their lovely sales and marketing team on understanding the technological opportunities and designing the future of your product.

What you need for this position:
Ideally minimum 1 to 3 years of experience as a Software Engineer with one or more of these technologies:

Backend Development:
Ruby on Rails
RSpec
Mongoid/MongoDB (e.g. MapReduce)

Bonus points for:
Experience with datastores like MySQL/Redis
Start up Experience will be highly regarded
Experience with Docker
An active GitHub Profile

If more junior but eager to learn and passionate, feel free to get in touch to show us that you're the right person for the job. We always like to discover new talents :)

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