Description: Magmo is a 5 person team focusing on Ethereum state channels research and implementation. State channels are an Ethereum scaling technique. Over the past two and a half years, the team has released a protocol specification and client/application implementations. To find out more about state channels, check out https://statechannels.org/.

Responsibilities: we are looking for a person who is excited to work on developing a bleeding edge technology alongside a group of motivated engineers. On our small team, we value the following:

  • Clear verbal and written communication for exchanging ideas and priorities.
  • Clean code, but we also value practicality over perfection.
  • Collaboration to solve tough engineering problems.
  • Skills in Golang with flexibility to pick up new tools and languages.
  • Feedback from each other to help improve as individuals and as a team.
  • Manage project plans and technical relationships with partners.
  • Identify, lead, and implement team improvements, from engineering to recruiting.

Skills and experience: No existing blockchain experience required. We would prefer to hire someone who has contributed to the success of complex software projects. That being said, extensive software experience is not a must as our team includes a former mathematician and a former physicist who are now excellent engineers. Strong analytical thinking is a must.

Current Magmo team members work from home across the world, but we have physical offices in New York, Dublin, London, Paris and Hong Kong..

Why join ConsenSys?

Here are some of the perks of being part of a unique organization like ConsenSys:

  • One of the most recognized tech companies in the blockchain ecosystem globally. A work experience at ConsenSys is a tremendous reference for your future career. ConsenSys alumni have moved on to become tech entrepreneurs, CEOs, and team leads at tech companies.
  • The forefront of a revolution. We fundamentally believe blockchain is a next generation of technology that can lay the foundation for a more just and equitable society. You can be a part of building the digital economy of tomorrow and radically transforming our society for the better.
  • A dynamic startup environment with deep roots. We are one of the earliest blockchain companies and a leader in the space.  You’ll join a network of entrepreneurs and technologists that reaches the edge of our ecosystem.
  • Continuous learning and improvement. You’ll be constantly exposed to new concepts, ideas and frameworks from your peers and as you work on different projects — challenging you to stay at the top of your game.

ConsenSys is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage people from all backgrounds to apply. We are committed to ensuring that our technology is made available and accessible to everyone. All employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, genetic information, religion, disability, medical condition, pregnancy, marital status, family status, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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