Carbon Technology

Senior Backend Engineer

The Company

Our client is creating a high-quality carbon offset marketplace that is the first of its kind! Corporations can fund nature-based solutions or engineering-based solutions to help in carbon sequestration. After the carbon removal has happened and been verified, these corporations can get their carbon credits approved. Join their epic workforce team!

Your Impact

  • You will design and deploy highly available and resilient platform primitives, APIs, and features to scale an initiative that is the first of it's kind
  • You will architect scalable, product-oriented systems able to handle billions of API requests annually
  • You will be a huge team player--roll up your sleeve, work through problems, advocate for engineering-specific roadmap items that you feel passionate about
  • You will be working to create the best product possible for your customers

About You

  • At least 4-5 years of direct engineering experience with a strong focus on the back end
  • Experience in Ruby on Rails or an interest in learning Ruby on Rails (Node.JS, Python, Django are good starting points)
  • Excited about working in a startup environment
  • DevOps experience is a plus
  • TypeScript is a plus
  • Experience working in a startup

Compensation

$175,000-$200,000

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