Senior Backend Engineer

About the Role
We’re looking for a Senior Backend Engineer. You’ll have exciting opportunities to fundamentally impact the product and the business.

About You

  • You have at least a BS/BA in Computer Science or equivalent practical experience.

  • Proficiency in backend languages and frameworks such as Python, Java / C / C++, Go

  • 5+ years of experience developing highly performant and scalable back-end code

  • Proficient in Data Structures and Algorithms

  • You have experience developing backend technologies and services that scale to handle millions of requests, and extract insights from massive data.

  • Experience with developing scalable platforms with relational databases like Postgres, configuration/synchronization services, and advanced cache stores like Redis.

  • Familiarity with Kubernetes. Deployment experience in K8s a big plus

You are a great fit because you are:

  • A solid problem solver

  • Interested in joining an early stage startup

  • Pragmatic and methodical

  • A clear communicator and collaborator

  • A great teammate

  • Favor execution over planning

In this role you will:

  • Develop the AptEdge Backend

  • Contribute to product architecture discussions

  • Cross-functional team collaboration

  • Engage with customers for user interviews

  • Bonus points for experience in:

  • Applied Machine Learning

  • Working with Terraform and/or GCP

  • Good understanding of how highly secure, distributed, resilient software works

  • Experience shipping multi-tenant platforms for both SaaS and on-premise deployments

Perks Include:

  • Medical, Dental, Vision, and 401k

  • Commuter benefits

  • Equity in the Company


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