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Browzzin Pte


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Elasticsearch Engineer


Browzzin Pte


elasticsearch

 

engineer

 

elasticsearch

 

engineer

 
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\nWe are looking for a senior back-end developer to join our data team to help us build the largest fashion product catalog on the internet.\n\nIn our current stack, we use PHP (Laravel), Elasticsearch, MySQL, Redis.\n\nYour responsibilities:\n\n- Develop & maintain our existing microservice(s) that handles data ingestion from our different brand partners and our product catalog search engine.\n\n- Build internal tools & dashboards that help us to get insight into our data.\n- You will refactor, optimize, and improve the existing codebase for scale\n- Create unit tests to grant that everything works as expected.\n\nWhat we're offering you\n\n- Ability to work 100% remote, enjoy working from the comfort of your own home. We’re hiring the best people regardless of where they live.\n- Flexible work schedule, work when you are the most productive and be with your family when they need you.\n\n\nRequired Skills:\n\n- At least 5 years of proven experience as a PHP back-end developer preferably with Laravel.\n- At least 2 years of enterprise-level experience with querying data from Elasticsearch.\n- Experience in working on databases with large datasets (hundreds of Gigabytes)\n- Familiar implementing and consuming RESTful APIs & good understanding of microservices architecture.\n- Prefers the TDD approach to development.\n- Understand fundamental design principles behind scalable applications \n- Code quality and unit tests mean something to you.\n- You have a highly analytical mind. You have a curiosity to analyze and interpret data.\n- Passion for performance debugging and benchmarking.\n- Self-directed, pragmatic, independent, and with experience owning complete features/products: you can solve stuff on your own. \n- Ability to adapt to any technology, language, or development environment that we might need in the future.\n- Amazing ability to get stuff done. Hard working and dedicated\n- Fluent in English, both speaking and writing\n\nPreferred Skills:\n\n- Experience managing at least one Linux distribution (preferably Debian, Ubuntu, or alike), understand how to install, configure, and manage a LAMP stack.\n- Having experience working with Python and/or React is a plus.\n\nHow to apply\n\nEmail [email protected] your CV and provide answers to the following questions – if you don't, your application will not be considered\n\n- Q1) How many years of back-end development experience do you have? Provide an example of a data-driven system/program you've built, including source code (GitHub links or tarballs are fine).\n\n- Q2) How many years of experience do you have with Elasticsearch? Describe in a few sentences the nature of the project involving Elasticsearch.\n\n\nWe have someone who will review your code and answers, and if it's good enough, we'll contact you for a phone interview.


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