This is a completely remote role and can work anywhere in the US or Canada.
 
RECUR is building the future of digital collectibles on-chain, known as Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) – the newest Unicorn industry.
 
Global brands are interested in venturing into NFTs to establish new connections with their fans. However, they are very careful about who they work with, especially in the cutting-edge world of blockchain. RECUR is founded by the perfect blend of leaders in the brand licensing space and technology leaders from top cryptocurrency exchanges, digital asset trading desks, financial institutions, and blockchain software companies. Investors include Joseph Lubin, co-founder of Ethereum, Winklevoss Twins, Courtside VC, Hashed, and many more. 
 
RECUR needs a Principal Software Engineer to help architect and build our NFT platform from the ground up.  You will be a member of the founding engineering team and will have significant influence on the technologies we use and how we build software at RECUR. 

What do we at RECUR believe makes a great engineering team? 

Here are our core beliefs:   

  • It’s important to have team members that care about the team’s results more than their own individual achievements
  • It’s important for leadership to be tolerant of making mistakes
  • It’s important that the team members help, teach, and mentor one another
  • It’s important not to place blame on individuals when things go bad but instead to evaluate as a team how we do it better the next time
  • It’s important to be clear on what that mission is and minimize the distractions on the teams executing on that mission
  • Small teams execute better than big ones, empower small teams with ownership and minimize the dependencies between them
  • It’s important to encourage self-directed innovation

What you will do at RECUR

  • Architect and code everything from small components to big systems
  • Drive decisions on what technologies we use and the software practices we adopt
  • Be a technical lead on small to large sized projects
  • Work on a small agile team of software engineers and product managers
  • Coach less experienced teammates to become better software engineers
  • Set an example and define our standards for how we code and deliver our software
  • Help us grow our team of talented software engineers

What you bring to RECUR

  • You have 8+ years of experience developing software
  • You have experience building and deploying software in the cloud, preferably AWS
  • You have built and maintained highly scalable and reliable internet applications or platforms accessed by hundreds of thousands of users on a daily basis
  • You have designed and maintained highly transactional databases that store lots of data and handle heavy loads
  • You are a very experienced programmer in at least two languages and know-how and when to apply functional and object-oriented concepts (i.e. JavaScript, Go, Java, Python)
  • You are an experienced technical lead, that can direct and guide a team of engineers through building platforms/products and solving big, complex, open-ended problems
  • You have experience building and maintaining e-commerce, payment, auction, trading platforms, or similar where security and keeping customer funds safe is imperative
  • You know how to break down a big, complex problem into smaller components and coordinate your team to iteratively deliver high-quality software 
  • You have a passion for testing your code through unit testing and automation 
  • You strive to be a productive engineer and use the latest tools and techniques to achieve this goal
  • You have experience building applications with node.js, preferably as serverless services
  • You have an interest in blockchain, cryptocurrency, and NFTs

Benefits & Perks

  • Commitment to being a remote-first company & embracing remote work best practices
  • Company sponsored Health, Dental and Vision Benefits, 401K with 2% match 
  • 3 weeks paid vacation, 10 company holidays and fully paid parental leave
  • Industry focused lunch & learns, swag and the and flexibility to get tooling you need
  • The chance to work with incredibly passionate people on a mission to shape an industry!
This is a completely remote role and can work anywhere in the US or Canada.
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