REMOTE Full-stack Software Engineer (Java)

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Posted 5 days ago United States Salary undisclosed
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Job Description

As an engineer focused on our Java backend, you'll be responsible for:

    • Working closely with your teammates and cross-functional collaborators to build and deliver dynamic, engaging capabilities while maintaining a positive and collaborative remote work environment
    • Mentoring and coaching junior engineers, and leading execution across the team
    • Application of feature and standards changes to evolving specifications
    • Owning the quality, reliability, and strategy of company's Java based services, across a variety of technologies including our APIs
    • Working with our team of engineering leaders and product managers to identify dependencies and support feature deliverables across the product space
    • Maintaining a focus on best-in-class engineering principles and process, from code architecture and quality to agile processes and ceremonies

Technologies you'll work with and experience should include a subset of:

      • Deep Mastery of Java and Spring Boot development patterns and implementation including middleware, Java API, and security development practices
      • JavaScript, Node.js, and Python development
      • WebRTC infrastructure and management
      • Amazon Web Services infrastructure and deployments, utilizing Elastic Beanstalk, RDS/Aurora, Docker/Containerization, VPCs, EC2, Amplify, S3, Elasticache, and other services we research and adopt
      • Infrastructure-as-code and GitOps
      • A security- and reliability-first mindset
      • Cross-functional leadership and communication skills

Job Requirements:
Java, Spring Boot, JavaScript, Node.js, and Python