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Posted: Friday, September 1, 2017 11:31 AM

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Salary: $125,000 - $175,000

This is a collaborative role where you will be developing full stack solutions for an existing product. Working closely with the design team all the way to the data scientists building data mining algorithms. The product you will be working on touches AI and business intelligence.

This role will have you working in every aspect of the software development life cycle - specifically you'll be involved with design, architecture, implementation and testing, to actual deployment. You'll work to solve serious Front End and/or Back End problems from machine learning to async pipeline processing to scalable databases. You'll work with some of the best open source technologies available.

We are looking for someone who can also touch the Front End - we need someone willing to jump in even if not your core focus.

For someone heavier in Back End we would be looking for:
  1. Large-scale, highly distributed systems
  2. Modern Open Source Tech and Tools
  3. Experience building RESTful APIs
  4. Some of the following: MongoDB, Postgres, Amazon Redshift, Apache Solr & Lucene, AWS, Chef
For someone a little heavier in the Front End we would be looking for:

1. React
2. Backbone
3. Underscore
4. jQuery

Ideally, we would like to see 4+ years of commercial development, but we may consider slightly less years for the right candidate.

The working environment is wonderful here and as this company grows so shall you. The Founding team are experienced folks who have been around the block and know what they are doing.

This is a fun work environment where people get along and talk. It is super collaborative and you'll have a very real say in how this product line will evolve moving forward.

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or contact us at bp+21831291@jobvertise.com


• Location: Seattle

• Post ID: 54622432 seattle
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