Junior to Mid-level Backend Golang Developer

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Job Description

Job title: Junior to Mid-level Backend Golang Developer
Location: Fully remote (fully remote studio)
Experience level: Junior to Mid-level
Salary: £40,000 – £50,000 + benefits
Keywords: Backend Developer, Go, Golang, Game Engine, Game Framework, C#, C++, Slot Engine, Casino, Backend, Game, Gaming, Games Developer, TDD, Slot, Game Engine, Remote.
The snapshot…
Junior to Mid-level Backend Golang Developer with Golang (or C based development e.g. C/C#/C++), backend development, and TDD expertise is highly sought by a brand new fully remote ‘start up’ studio who are backed by one of the world’s largest operators to join their team to help create the next generation of slots content.
The company…
A small but growing fully remote team (based in UK and Portugal) who are backed by one of the worlds largest operators. The operator (Sportsbook, Casino and Virtual Gaming Services) currently use 3rd party studios to create their content, so this brand new start up studio will bring all their casino based content in-house.
The team…
You would be working in a current development team consisting of front-end game developers (JavaScript/Typescript, Pixi, Phaser) and backend game engine developers.
You would be working collaboratively with a wider team of game designers, producers, artists and testers as we continue to grow and build on their current team set up.
The culture…
First and foremost, as a ‘start up’, culture fit is of the utmost importance for roles at this studio. The entire studio work fully remote, being based in either the UK or Portugal, and have established an excellent culture of trust, collaboration, fun and an enjoyable team spirit where each member play an important role in each title’s success. The working culture is a relaxed and creative environment where members look out for each other, and each member’s feedback and input is highly encouraged in all aspects of a game’s lifecycle.
The benefits…
Fully remote working, flexi working hours (they are super flex on this, it’s more about work done than hours done), private pension, 25 days holiday, etc.
The requirements…
We are expanding our team and seeking an enthusiastic, creative, junior to mid-level Golang developer to join our team to help create the next generation of slots content. You will play a key role in the design, development, testing, and maintenance of our gaming products.
If you have the vision, energy, and passion for game development, and enjoy fully remote working then we would like to hear from you.
Key skills we’re looking for…
* Experience with Golang (or C based development e.g. C/C#/C++)
* Knowledge in test-driven development (TDD)
* Proficient understanding of code versioning tools (Git)
* Experience working with best practices: Continuous Integration (Jenkins) and Issue tracking (JIRA)
* Flexibility, motivation, initiative
* Ability to learn fast and transfer knowledge
Bonus points for…
* Experienced in developing multi-threaded code, with an emphasis on performance
* Knowledge of C/C++/C#/Golang
* Knowledge of testing tools such as Protractor, Jasmine, Karma
* Degree and certificates in related fields
* Knowledge to work both as front-end & back-end developer
* Experience working with Linux OS
* Knowledge of SQL and RDBMS
* Experience working with XML
The process..
First, a short call with me 🙂 – my job is to ensure we find the right type of people to collaborate and compliment the current set up. Again, culture fit here is key.
Next, a technical chat with the head of development and lead developer which I promise isn’t as scary as that sounds. You will get a really good feel for the studio, tech set up, processes, projects and what it’s like to work here after this chat, I feel.
Lastly, either an offer to join the team or a run through as to why they didn’t move forwards to offer – I’ll get detailed feedback if unsuccessful which hopefully you’ll find useful moving forwards to help you get closer to securing that dream role 🙂

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