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6 Remote Java Javascript Devops Jobs at companies like Safetywing, Musthavemenus and Moz last posted 4 months ago

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Seeking a rational and creative front-end developer for fast-growing YC-startup.\n\nWe are building a global social safety net for online freelancers/entrepreneurs. Our current customers are digital nomads and we will also soon be launching a separate product for distributed startups.\n\nWe're a strong team of 10, our headquarter is in San Francisco, but our team is distributed. \n\nYou will receive both salary and equity compensation, also we have quarterly gatherings where you will join us.\n\nSafetyWing went through Y Combinator (W18), has raised two rounds of venture-funding and have been growing >20 % every month since launch one year ago. \n\nFind out more about us and our product at www.safetywing.com.\n\nLooking forward to hearing from you!\n\n\n# Responsibilities\n You will be responsible for the technical side of front-end, security and devops.\n \n\n# Requirements\nWe're looking for a technical front-end developer with knowledge of the following areas:\n\n- React (or at least 2 years of experience with other modern front-end frameworks like angular/vue)\n- Flux/Redux experience\n- ES6/7\n- Experience with SASS/SCSS\n- Security\n\nNice to have\n- Knowledge about front-end security/payment system implementation\n- Experience with front-end testing and linters\n\nBonus points if you are a full stack developer. \n- Experience with Java\n- Experience with devops\n\nIn addition we are looking for someone who:\n- wants to help build a global social safety net on the Internet\n- thinks for themselves instead of copying others\n- is creative and bold in the face of any problem\n- is intellectually honest and have high integrity \n\n#Salary\nCompetitive equity and salary\n \n\n#Location\n- 🌏Worldwide

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Ice.com


Senior Software Engineer

Senior Software Engineer


Ice.com


devops

java

math

php

devops

java

math

php

4yr

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\nAbout us:\nRetail Growth Fund acquired the Ice.com domain in 2014 to launch the best place for women to discover and purchase jewelry. We don't take any inventory because we're a marketplace - which means our capital goes towards building IP and acquiring/retaining users. \nA few things that make us interesting:\n* The jewelry industry is a fragmented, $80B market (in the US alone), growing at 5%+ annually, that software has yet to disrupt. \n* You will be joining an awesome team led by Brandon Proctor and Justin Yoshimura (3x exits). \n* We are extremely data driven and technology/software is in our DNA. You won't be a second class citizen here, guaranteed. \n* We don't have time for assholes or politics. \n* Competitive compensation package including equity in a high growth VC backed start-up (Crosslink, Maveron, Quest, Polaris). Salary/equity is determined based on a sliding scale: if you would like a higher salary, we can issue you less equity, and vice versa. \n* Small (12 person), growing, and agile team. \n* $1k gift card to dog food our own marketplace sellers! \n\n\nWhat we'd like to see:\n* True, full-stack engineers with extensive experience in Python/Django or Java. (Django is a key part of our stack but we use some Java). \n* Strong foundation in computer science, with competencies in data structures, algorithms, databases, software design and dev ops.\n* Work experience with relational databases and SQL.\n* Experience with agile development process in collaborative environment.\n* BS in Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, or Physics OR 4 years of relevant work experience.\n* Good understanding of performance tradeoffs.\n\n\nBonus Points:\n* We are currently using Magento, an open source e-commerce platform built in Zend PHP - yuck), but we are building a new, badass e-commerce platform (Django, Java, Node.js and integrating it with Netsuite's order management tools (no need to re-invent the entire wheel, after all). Related experience is a plus.\n* MS or PhD\n* if you have an awesome Github repo, open source contributions, or a cool project you can demo, please cut to the front of the line...\n\n\nResponsibilities:\nAs a member of our small but seriously talented engineering team, you will play a key role in both shaping and building our technologies. Your scope will be broad, ranging from user-facing features to server-side components and libraries. We are looking for a generalist who enjoys learning and working with different technologies. And of course you will be expected to commit code on your first day. \n*This job description is not meant to be an all-inclusive list of duties and responsibilities, but constitutes a general definition of the position's scope and function in the company.

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VOSTROM


Devops Engineer

Devops Engineer


VOSTROM


devops

javascript

infosec

elasticsearch

devops

javascript

infosec

elasticsearch

5yr
\nDevOps Engineer– Emphasis on Linux / Docker / Node.js / Elasticsearch / MongoDB\nThe Opportunity:\nWe're looking for an experienced DevOps engineer based in Phoenix, AZ, Virginia Beach, VA or the Washington, DC metro area, however remote (tele) workers will be considered for the position also if you have excellent communication skills and are willing to travel to one of the above locations several times per year.\nThe Day to Day:\n* Provide operational support and automation tools to application developers \n* Bridge the gap between development and operations to ensure successful delivery of projects \n* Participate as a member of the application development team \n* Build back-end frameworks that are maintainable, flexible and scaleable\n* Operate and scale the application back-end including the database clusters \n* Anticipate tomorrow's problems by understanding what users are trying to accomplish today \n\n\nRequirements:\n* DevOps experience with Linux or FreeBSD \n* Experience with Linux Containers and Docker \n* Configuration management experience, Salt Stack preferred \n* Exposure to the deployment and operations of node.js applications \n* Experience operating and optimizing Elasticsearch at large scale\n* Operational experience with Hadoop, MongoDB, Redis, Cassandra, or other distributed big data systems \n* Experience with any of JavaScript, Python, Ruby, Perl and/or shell scripting \n* Comfort with compute clusters and many terabytes of data \n* US Citizenship / Work Authorization\n\n\nBonus Points:\n* Development experience with Node.js or other HTTP backend tools\n* Mac OS X familiarity \n* BS or MS in a technology or scientific field of study\n* High energy level and pleasant, positive attitude!\n* Evidence of working well within a diverse team\n\n\nCompensation:\n* Salary commensurate with experience, generally higher than competitive industries\n* Comprehensive benefits package\n* Opportunities for advancement and a clear career path\n\n\nAbout Us:\nWe conduct advanced technical research and develop innovative software and systems that help meet network security and reliability challenges for organizations world-wide.  You can read more at our web site.  \nCareer Opportunities:\nWe have many other openings available. For a complete listing, visit jobs.vostrom.com

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