MetaCX is looking a software Architect or Principal Software Engineer with a passion for building new things to help us build an industry-leading platform. This person will have the vision and desire to create an original, state-of-the-art B2B enterprise platform and work with an incredibly talented, fast-paced team.

About The Company  

We are the latest B2B SaaS company to come out of the Indianapolis venture studio, High Alpha. We are building a customer success platform that creates an in-app collaborative environment for SaaS companies to help customers define and achieve desired business outcomes.  The company was founded by digital marketing pioneer and technology investor Scott McCorkle, customer success leader and practitioner, Dave Duke, and software engineering leader and technologist, Jake Miller alongside High Alpha

At MetaCX, we believe that having a team of diverse backgrounds and voices working together will enable us to create an innovative product that will improve the way people live and strengthen their relationships. MetaCX is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

About You

  • You love to work with others to design and build cutting-edge software
  • You keep up with emerging technologies and are curious to experiment
  • You have experience building software on event-based architecture
  • You have experience debugging and monitoring high volume event-driven software
  • You are a team player and clear communicator
  • You want to be part of a founding team developing a product from the ground up

Why You Will Love It

  • You will work with modern technologies to build an innovative product
  • You will leverage your prior experiences to solve challenging and unique problems
  • You will design and build a state-of-the-art user experience with a team of talented engineers
  • You will make decisions to drive projects forward in a fast-paced and high-growth environment

What You Will Do

  • Work together with a team to build a state-of-the-art event-driven platform using modern technologies like Google Cloud Platform Pubsub, Bigtable, Dataflow, Cloud Functions and Compute Engine
  • Work with the Chief Technology Office and other architects to define advanced architectural designs for an enterprise platform
  • Work with the executive and product team to assess feasibility of feature designs
  • Work with the team to break down complex features into manageable work
  • Ensure development deliverables are performant, scalable, resilient, and have appropriate instrumentation and monitoring
  • Leverage your experience and expertise to guide team members through technical challenges and obstacles
  • Design, develop, test, deploy, maintain and improve software
  • Perform code reviews to ensure quality expectations are met
  • Work in fast-paced environment to keep up with customer demands
  • Optimize application for maximum speed and scalability
  • Stay up-to-date on technologies, frameworks, and development trends

Preferred Skills and Experience

  • Expert understanding of functional and OOP patterns and languages
  • Expert understanding computer science fundamentals including data structures and algorithms
  • Expert understanding of asynchronous design patterns
  • Experience identifying and remediating vulnerabilities
  • Experience utilizing docker and kubernetes to run applications
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Experience with deployment workflows and tools

Preferred Education

  • B.S. Computer Science or similar

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