Posted 5 Jul 2022, 7:30 pm

TypeScript Engineer at Nethermind

We’re looking for a passionate TypeScript engineer to help us build products in the crypto space.

Skills:

  • Experience in TypeScript, Node.js with focus on backend (basic knowledge of React is a plus)
  • At least basic knowledge of Ethereum and blockchain concepts in general (Blocks, Transactions, SHA3)
  • HTTP protocol (for example: ETags, Caching), JSON, Web APIs(for example: localStorage, webCrypto, etc.)
  • Strong knowledge of common algorithms and data structures (hashing, sorting, lists)
  • Databases (Postgres, SQL, KV stores)
  • Cloud-functions concepts (AWS Lambda, Cloudflare Workers), architecture and development
  • Software development background (3+ years of experience or know your stuff - we will check)
  • Experience with data processing
  • Experience with GitHub & Git version control and working in a team
  • Familiarity with modern software architecture techniques for building modular and testable applications
  • Ability & willingness to learn new concepts outside of the area of software engineering
  • No requirement of prior web3 exposure

Responsibilities:

  • Build and design data-intensive applications
  • Learn and understand the multipart ecosystem of L2 StarkNet solution
  • Envision and develop features to help expand the product (not coding only)
  • Collaborate with the team on all aspects of product development
  • Identify and advocate for improvements and best practices
  • Review other team members’ work
  • Mentor team members to refine their technical skills
  • Be involved in the global blockchain community

Why join this team?

This position provides an interesting opportunity to participate in delivering a vital part of Ethereum. Besides dealing with loads of data, you’ll learn a lot about Ethereum, StarkNet and interactions between layers and will take part in scaling out Ethereum with StarkNet.

Perks and benefits:

  • Fully remote
  • Flexible working hours
  • Plus equity


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