With a workforce dispersed across several territories around the world, Bitt prides itself on cultivating a highly productive remote work environment and diverse work culture. Our Leadership team and Advisory Board are examples of the Bitt’s ethos working at its best.Job Summary
As a Sr. Backend Elixir Developer, you will work on globally diverse, cross-functional, Agile teams that experiment often and iterate quickly to deliver experiences that our customers will love.
You will play an active role in identifying and resolving our coding standards and architectural direction.
You will assist other developers through pair programming and mentoring opportunities to help individuals and the team grow.
You will have a desire to learn and apply new skills and technology as part of your own personal growth and to help the growth of the team and the company.
Minimum Job Requirements:
5+ years of professional backend development experience
1+ years of experience with Elixir + Phoenix
Experience with modular software design and functional programming
Experience working with message queues like Kafka, RabbitMQ, SNS, PubSub
Experience with Relational Database Design and Enterprise Data Architecture
Preferred Job Requirements:
Prior Mentorship experience
Deep understanding of Elixir
Experience working in an Agile development environment
Polyglot programmer, Erlang/Java/Kotlin is a plus
Ability to breakdown complex problems into smaller, easy to understand pieces
Ability to work well independently and in an Agile team environment
Backend development with an strong understanding of creating usable APIs
Basic coding concepts (readable, clean, concise, reusable)
Unit Test creation and implementation
Debugging and bug fixes
Version Control ( git ) and participation in a productive code review process.
Architecture and design principles
Refactoring / re-architecture of legacy code
Cross team and department collaboration
Translating user stories and UX designs to workable solutions
Informal leadership, training, and mentoring
Understanding of OTP, concurrency, BEAM nodes, and clustering
Agile and Scrum principles and practices
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