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Sr. Software Engineer, Backend - Services

Overview We're looking for creative, inspired software engineers who can help us solve complex engineering problems at scale. The Backend Services team develops billing systems, fulfillment pipelines and third-party integrations that power our international e-commerce business. These applications invoice and ship to customers at high volume, around the world, every day. Built primarily on Ruby on Rails, with a bit of Elixir, Node.js, Python and Go, we always try to pick the right technology for the domain. On this team, you'll build new features, stand up microservices, and level up the platform with us. You'll also work with operations teams, warehouse managers, and other stakeholders to coordinate product launches and promotions. What We're Looking For Self-motivation: You need to be a self-starter who loves to use technology to solve the problem at hand. A fast learner: We are not looking for specific experience with our tech stack - just the willingness and sufficient experience (with an equivalent stack) to pick it up fast. An eager collaborator: We work in small cross-functional teams and expert engineers to actively chart the course of a project in quick iterations. A strong leader: Seasoned engineers naturally provide mentorship for their teammates, and they help junior engineers level up. Proficiency in at least one programming language: i.e. Java, Ruby, Node.js, Python or Elixir. Working knowledge of multiple frameworks and platforms. Proficiency in relational database schema design like MySQL and Postgres. Experience designing REST APIs / GraphQL APIs. A good test-writer and cheerleader for TDD. Prior experience with asynchronous e-commerce is a big plus. Experience building and performance-tuning a high-volume API application is a big plus.
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