Posted 9 Jan 2023, 6:51 pm

Rust and Go Engineer at Aurora

About Us

Aurora Labs is building the technology that enables the Aurora protocol to elevate the NEAR and Ethereum ecosystems, helping to bring blockchain accessibility to the masses.

We invite you to be a part of our team of smart, professional, result-oriented and fun individuals. Join us to help ensure that our business is blooming while we are striving to deliver the best solutions in the crypto world.

We at Aurora Labs are looking to hire a Rust and Go Engineer to work on Borealis-engine and Borealis-services. This is a full-time position that can be done remotely anywhere in the world.

Requirements

- Strong knowledge of Rust and async (tokio)
- Strong knowledge of Go
- Good documentation and communication skills
- Software design, architecture and engineering skills
- Experience with message based and event sourced architectures
- Test and contract based development
- Extreme ownership mentality - ability to take extreme ownership and full responsibility of tasks and projects
- Professionalism and quality in work ethic

Nice to have

- Previous experience with the nearcore code base
- Previous experience with async_nats.rs, nats.go, and NATS
- Previous experience in the blockchain industry, particularly around the NEAR, Ethereum, Binance Smart Chain, or Solana ecosystems

Responsibilities

- Maintain Borealis-indexers and work on Borealis-engine / -refiner
- Maintain Borealis services
- Communication and collaboration with a fully distributed team
- Collaborate with Ethereum and be active in the Ethereum engineering forums
Join our dedicated team of blockchain industry professionals.
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