Limechain is a leading blockchain development and professional services company worldwide based in London and Sofia. They develop dApps, blockchain networks, and enterprise solutions based on DLT. They’ve helped 80+ enterprises and blockchain entrepreneurs design, build and implement their vision using Blockchain.
With 100% year over year growth of the company, they are looking to find the next crop of exciting talent to help them continue leading this innovative space.
They’re looking for a GOlang Developer, who is proactive, mindful about deadlines and takes pride in the quality of her/his work.
If you are a person with 3+ years of experience, who has the internal desire to grow as a professional and developer in one of the top Blockchain companies in the world, working with some of the latest technologies, then this is the right place for you!
The team believes in language agnosticism and is welcoming talent from different backgrounds in programing languages, as long as they want to learn new ones.
What is expected from our dream superstar developer:
Writing high quality, well structure-code in multiple languages/technologies
Reviewing the code of the team and keeping it on high level
Ability to pick up new technologies quickly & sharing knowledge
Proactive creation of solutions and architecture suggestions
Documentation (includes texts and diagrams) & tech presentations to clients
Work independently – able to deliver working products within deadlines – from empty Git repo to fully-deployed solution in the cloud
Fast sizing of tasks and ballpark estimates
Team Player – Realizes that we win together, and we lose together and is ready to help the team with his expertise
Ability to freely communicate with stakeholders and clients
What’s the offer:
Additional Health & Dental insurance
Free fresh fruits in the office
Challenging atmosphere and innovative projects
Free educational courses
Future career development in a multinational company
Epic team buildings
Recruitment license from National Agency of Employment № 1931.