Experience: Senior Level
Hello! Are you ready to Work from Home and transform your career?
We’re looking for a Senior Backend Engineer to join the engineering team at Modus. Want to help our clients build awesome solutions to accomplish their goals and vision? Are you interested in working from home with some of the best talent on the planet? Then keep reading.
You love building great software. Your work could be supporting new feature development, migrating existing features, or creating APIs. You’ll have a primary focus on backend development in Python and Node. Our client’s tech stack is Python, Node, MSSQL/MYSQL, and AWS. We use modern tools, which means you’ll have the opportunity to work with software like Memcached, RabbitMQ, Zookeeper, Docker, Redis, Jenkins, Puppet, Ansible, and much more.
You have worked with teams before on large and demonstrable projects (preferably built on Python). You’re also familiar with redis (or memcached, or other caching DBs). You have experience working with MSSQL/MYSQL and you are familiar with Queues and workers (AMQP, Rabbit, celery). You understand how to design systems in a distributed manner across hundreds (and even thousands) of servers – we handle 100s of millions of API calls every week and are growing fast. You understand Agile software development and DevOps practices, and can work closely with QA teams to optimize your code. In would be nice if you had Cassandra, Elasticsearch, Mongo and FreeSWITCH or Asterisk.
You relish creating high-quality code from the comfort of your own home. Your engineering projects will focus on understanding customers’ needs and translating those needs from product specifications into functional, production-ready code. You’ll have the opportunity to ship code daily that will be used by customers.
You love learning. Engineering is an ever-evolving world. You enjoy playing with new tech and exploring areas that you might not have experience with yet. You are a self-driven, self-learner willing to share knowledge and participate actively in your community.
Having overlap with your team is critical when working in a global remote team. Modus requires all team members to overlap with EST morning hours daily. In addition, reliable high-speed internet is a must.
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