• Go Technical Lead
  • Moldova
     -
    Moldova

    Full-time /
    Product Development
    3Pillar Global is looking for a Go Technical Lead. The applicant will add skills and years of experience to an already established team of talented consultants that all work towards the same goal of meeting our client’s needs. This individual should maintain a high awareness of industry issues and trends, particularly in regard to accessibility, usability, emerging technologies, and keep team members informed as appropriate with a view to incorporating these in future projects and staying ahead of the market.

    We are 3PILLAR GLOBAL

    We build breakthrough software products that power digital businesses. We are an innovative product development partner whose solutions drive rapid revenue, market share, and customer growth for industry leaders in Software and SaaS, Media and Publishing, Information Services, and Retail.

    Our key differentiator is our Product Mindset. Our development teams focus on building for outcomes and all of our team members around the globe are trained on the Product Mindset’s core values – Minimize Time to Value, Solve For Need, and Excel at Change. Our teams apply this mindset to build digital products that are customer-facing and revenue-generating. Our business-minded approach to agile development ensures that we align to client goals from the earliest conceptual stages through market launch and beyond.

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Requirement analysis, Coding, code reviews, design, implementation, testing, problem analysis and resolution, technical documentation
    • Develop and maintain codebases for rich, interactive modern application
    • Identify inconsistencies in architecture and determine simpler and optimal programming solutions
    • Able to create a design for small components and participates and contributes to research projects
    • Ensure quality and timeliness of deliverables by employing strategies such as code reviews, TDD, continuous integration
    • Involvement in technical and architectural decisions that shape the course of the project
    • Involvement in product shaping decisions and empowerment to propose new features
    • Understanding of technical requirements and how they relate and familiarity in general performance practices
    • Document and update the design and architecture of projects
    • Knowledgeable of all aspects of the project and can jump into support as needed
    • Spreading technical knowledge inside the team, mentoring other colleagues

    REQUIREMENTS

    • High expertise in Golang
    • Experience developing and maintaining high volume/high performance distributed applications.
    • Strong understanding of REST APIs and adhere to the test driven development technique (TDD/BDD) 
    • Strong database skills such as MySQL, MongoDB etc. 
    • Ability to identify steps needed to finalise stories and to persuade team members to proactively work towards closing stories
    • Proactive in solving issues
    • Experience with creating build systems and configuring the tools provided by the ecosystem (Gulp, Webpack)
    • Familiarity with Agile methodologies and processes such as code reviews, Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery
    • Commitment to teamwork, processes, and planning in order to ensure the success of the project and client objectives
    • The ability to complete delegated tasks on time and work in a collaborative development environment
    • Strong English language skills are mandatory

    BENEFITS

    • Full employee labor contract
    • Unlimited work from home
    • Flexible working schedule
    • Substitution day
    • Yearly performance bonus
    • Monthly Spot bonus
    • Internal Trainings
    • Company supports exams and certifications for professional growth
    • Pluralsight & Udemy subscription
    • Medical package
    • Meal tickets
    • Work from home allowance

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