Golang Engineer

Tysons Corner, Virginia


Full Time

$120k - $150k

An API Security company invented and patented the use of blockchain technology for multi-factor authentication. The patent gives them an unfair advantage in the market as they are the first and only company providing multi-factor authentication for purely machine-to-machine API connections with no users involved.

Unlike many startups, they have been growing continuously for the last several years due to the increased demand in tech to heighten their security posture, and due to some huge enterprise partnerships with world-renowned companies. They are a fully microservice based architecture leveraging Go, Hyperledger Fabric, Docker, Kubernetes, and they are a cloud agnostic shop utilizing AWS, GCP, and Azure. They are hiring for a software engineer, requiring Golang, Container, and Cloud Computing experience. Candidates that will be successful in this role will have strong computer science fundamentals, test driven development, and considers security when developing code.

Along with competitive base salary and equity, they offer unlimited PTO, 401(k)+match, company paid medical benefits, wellness days where they shut down the company throughout the year, opportunities to go to tech conferences, and more! 

This position is 3-days onsite in Tysons, VA.

Required Skills & Experience
  • Experience with Golang
  • Experience building APIs and Microservices
  • Experience with AWS, GCP, or Azure
  • BS in Computer Science
Desired Skills & Experience
  • Experience with Docker and Kubernetes
  • Experience with Blockchain Technologies
The Offer
  • Base Salary
  • Equity

You will receive the following benefits:

  • Employer paid medical, dental, and vision insurance
  • Unlimited Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • 401(k) + match
  • Wellness Weeks
  • Choice of full remote flexibility or hybrid (for local candidates)
  • Expenses for training, learning opportunities, and conferences

Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the US on a full-time basis now and in the future. #LI-LT1

Posted by: Leonardo Tonaki

Specialization: Golang