Senior Software Infrastructure Developer
Tech in Gdańsk, Kraków
As Airhelp continues to grow rapidly and is currently dominating the air compensation scene (following San Francisco’s Y Combinator), we are looking for a Senior Software Infrastructure Developer to join our Tech Team on a full-time basis.
As a member of the Engineering team, you would be responsible for design, development and maintenance of the company services.
- Design and develop new services, APIs, user interfaces and internal tools.
- Design and develop software infrastructure components.
- Design and development of new features in existing company products.
- Teamwork in an Agile style methodology (SCRUM).
- Deliver work in a timely fashion and align your work with the business priorities.
- Support other engineers with good development practices.
- Ability to learn new languages.
- Systems’ performance troubleshooting.
- Assist the team in maintenance of existing services.
- Programming language: actually if the language doesn’t matter that much to you then AirHelp may be the right place for you.
- Ability to write and consume REST web services (JSON or XML).
- Knowledge of SQL and modern databases and datastores (Postgres, MySQL, Cassandra, Redis, DynamoDB).
- Experience with cloud based infrastructure like Amazon Web Services, Heroku etc.
- Git and gitflow.
- Focus on code quality, readability and maintainability.
What we will offer you:
- An ambitious, international startup environment with a vision and strategy to create something BIG.
- The opportunity to develop your skills in other future projects too.
- Access to the latest technology.
Join us and get ready for the ride of a lifetime!
Life at AirHelp
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Your compensation is tailored to your experience, attitude and ambition. The sky is the limit!
Develop your personal skills on projects that impact thousands of air passengers.
We’re an ambitious, born global and kickass startup on a mission to create something big!
Get access to the latest tech that will make each day at AirHelp interesting.