Blockdaemon is looking for a Software Engineer with focus on implementation and maintenance of APIs and front end applications. This role will report to the Technical Lead and work closely with product and engineering teams to support company goals and initiatives.

 

What You’ll Be Doing

  • Write code - This position will be writing software every day with an emphasis on front end development
  • Interact and collaborate with other engineers, designers, and team members. Our team is highly collaborative, and we have a focus on creating a shared understanding of systems and helping out
  • Design and implement new features
  • Contribute to technical discussions
  • Code reviews - We encourage frequent and open feedback
  • Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned

 

What We Look For In You

  • 3+ years of experience
  • Legally authorized to work in the job posting country
  • Experience with front end technologies in production (React, Svelte, Typescript, etc.)
  • Uses CSS, SASS and flexbox daily
  • Proficient with server side technologies (Ruby on Rails, Node.js, Golang, etc.)
  • Practical knowledge of relational databases (PostgreSQL, MySQL, etc.)
  • Experience working with cloud technologies (AWS, GCP, Digital Ocean, etc.)
  • Experience with HTTP, REST and API integrations
  • Strong daily use of Git
  • Good knowledge of web environment, API designs, GRPC, HTTP, REST, WebSockets
  • Ability to write reusable, testable and efficient code
  • Expertise in CI/CD
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to act independently

 

About Us:

We Know Nodes.


Blockdaemon is the leading blockchain node infrastructure platform. Supporting 30+ protocols, 70 out-of-the-box node types, and monitoring plug-ins for cloud and on-premises services, Blockdaemon is used by exchanges, custodians, enterprises, financial institutions and 10k+ developers to connect commercial stakeholders to blockchains. Blockdaemon's mission is to simplify the process of deploying nodes and creating scalable enterprise blockchain solutions via APIs, BYOI, auto- decentralization and auto-healing of nodes.

We are rapidly growing our fully remote, decentralized team. We are made up of dedicated and passionate individuals who want to make an impact in this dynamic and emerging industry. We offer competitive salaries as well as employer contributions to health, dental, vision, life and disability insurances. At Blockdaemon, we understand that “life happens” and offer a flexible PTO policy and encourage employees to take time off when they need it. 

 

We are an equal opportunity employer. 

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