Technology Evangelist (Senior Scala Developer) at 8relocate

Hamburg, Germany

Posted on Aug 16 2017 (4 months ago)

An amazing opportunity in Risk Ident Company!

Risk Ident is a software development company that offers anti-fraud solutions to companies within the ecommerce, telecommunication and financial services sector. Team is located in Hamburg, Germany.
 
POSITION
Your primary tasks will be:
Building a real-time analytics platform in Scala;
Leading the data platform team;
Bringing machine learning to the fraud prevention space;
Represent Risk Ident to external stakeholder or at conferences.

REQUIREMENTS
To qualify for position, you should meet next criteria:
Experience in functional programming and / or OO, ideally on the JVM
 3+ years of  Scala development, feeling comfortable with SBT and testing frameworks
Experience with agile software development processes
A team player, able to communicate in an open, constructive and friendly manner
Good English language skills (German is not required)
Hands-on experience with SQL, NoSQL and key-value stores, especially MongoDB and PostGreSQL, is a plus
Experience with Akka is a plus

BENEFITS
The chance to play an active role in shaping a growing startup
Flat hierarchies and short decision making processes
Highly competitive salary and benefits
The possibility to overtake responsibility and to realise your own ideas – from day one
Free German and English courses
Medical insurance is covered
Very modern and nice offices in Hamburg’s HafenCity where you also find a soccer table, all kind of drinks and organic fruits at no charge and everything you need to feel comfortable!
           The company have experience of relocation so they will help you with all visa affairs.

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