Software Architect

New York, NY 10012

Industry: Python Job Number: 4386

What You’ ll Be Doing
- Lead the architecture and development of XXXX new feature and product offerings, expand and improve existing functionality, and build a highly scalable, durable platform that will power future success
- Work closely with our VPE to define our engineering roadmap
- Expand our existing suite of microservices and APIs to support continued platform growth
- Design, build and maintain clean, reusable, secure and performant code
- Contribute to the direction of the product - you’ ll have a seat at the table when making long-term technical decisions for the platform, working with the product team on new ideas

Experience + Expectations
- 4+ years of professional programming experience
- Proficient in Python and familiar with at least one other mainstream programming language (for example, Go, Java, or C++)
- You have a history of leveraging solid engineering principles and fundamentals. You’ ve also designed and developed REST APIs and microservices
- You’ ve worked in rapidly evolving organizations, knowing when to balance “ building it right” vs. “ building the right thing”
- Deeply familiar with relational databases, such as PostgreSQL, MSSQL, Oracle, and MySQL and interest or exposure to NoSQL stores such as DynamoDB
- You’ re a fan of agile development processes, code reviews, automated testing, and continuous delivery. You’ re also a strong communicator and collaborator
- Bachelor’ s Degree in CS or equivalent work experience
- Strong understanding of security and data protection
- Bonus: Conversational Understanding of the Stock Market

  Technology Stack
- Languages - Python, Javascript, Swift, Kotlin (eventually!)
- Databases - Postgres, Dynamo
- Frameworks and Libraries - Django, React
- Infrastructure - AWS, Kubernetes, Celery, SQS
- Build Tools - CircleCI, Nevercode, Hockeyapp

Rachel Newell
Technical Recruiter

A California native who packed her things and moved to NYC on a whim in 2011. By blind luck, she fell into the world of recruiting in March of 2012. A fun fact people probably wouldn't guess about her, most likely because she has a tendency to trip over her own two feet, is that she played Division 1 college soccer at Arizona State. It was there that she also found her love for travel when she studied abroad in Rome. If Rachel isn’t matchmaking people with new jobs, you can find her globetrotting around exploring new corners of the world.

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