Lead Backend Engineer
Posted on Thursday, November 10, 2022
Kinetic is recruiting a driven, product-focused senior-level backend software engineer to join the founding team. We are looking for someone excited about building a well-tested, feature-rich NFT trading experience. At Kinetic, our engineering team is developing with a blazingly modern backend tech stack, primarily Golang, Python, GCP, and MongoDB.
You have 5-10+ years software engineering experience.
You adhere to “good” code practices with a focus on readability, maintainability, and testing.
You have a working knowledge of modern cloud infra/DevOps best practices through services like Heroku and GCP.
You are comfortable with MongoDB for databasing.
You are a high-agency autodidact who will lead with a founder mentality as you take on full ownership of meaningful projects.
Bonus: You are a crypto-native with knowledge of NFTs and are excited about working on the cutting edge of web3 technology and building a product that you yourself would be excited to use.
Bonus: You have experience with Typescript.
Compensation & Benefits
As a founding engineer, you will receive competitive compensation and generous equity.
Work in a dynamic environment with flexible location and hours.
Have high impact in actualizing team goals as a core member of Kinetic’s growing organization.
Grow alongside a supportive team that is deeply invested in your learning and development.
Best-in-class health, dental, and vision insurance with full coverage.
$100 monthly gym stipend.
Looking for a benefit that’s not listed? We are open to expanding the ways we can support you!
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