For over 20 years, the people of Kalibrate have been staying ahead of the curve in the fast-moving world of fuel and convenience retail. We were the first to use the power of data for better decisions. Then, as today, our proprietary analytics made data a smart, actionable tool. In an era when others focused on cutting costs, we changed the paradigm to building revenue, market share and profits. Over 300 clients, in 68 countries on six continents, in mature and emerging markets, for clients large and small, Kalibrate is there with flexible, dynamic solutions that fit all.
WHAT YOU’LL DO
- Build end-to-end features as part of service-oriented products.
- Design, code, test, debug, and document software along with enhancing existing components to ensure that software meets business needs.
- Develop data-centric services that deliver market insights.
- Actively engage and collaborate with peers, including code reviews.
- Learn new technologies and best practices, apply them to solve business problems, and share your insights with others to facilitate cross-team growth.
- 3+ years of experience working on the server side in any language (C#, Java, Python, Ruby, etc.)
- Experience building REST based web services
- Self-starter, thriving in a startup environment
- Strong passion for engineering and a sense of ownership of your code and outcomes
- Great written and verbal communication skills, comfortable discussing technical problems with peers
Additional valuable background and skills includes:
- Experience with message queuing (Apache Kafka, RabbitMQ)
- Experience with test automation, continuous integration and deployment
- Experience with Cloud services such as AWS or Azure
- Experience with environment isolation (Docker, Vagrant, etc.)
- Experience with Agile software development methods
- Strong understanding of OOP and Computer Science fundamentals including algorithms and data structures
Interested yet? To hear more, please send your resume over. Please feel free to provide any coding samples (Github, Stackoverflow, etc…) or blog posts, we’d love to take a look!