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Backend Engineer

The Role:
We are looking for an experienced, passionate Principal Software Engineer with a Computer Science or Engineering background that will be involved in the architecture, design, implementation, verification and integration of the WayScript platform. WayScript is backed by world class investors and is experiencing significant momentum and hugely positive market feedback. If you want to have a material impact on an exciting and fast growing start-up, this role is for you.
You Will:
Work on the core WayScript application.
Manage infrastructure, scaling, and AWS hosting.
Write clean, maintainable, and testable code.
Contribute to project scoping and web roadmap timelines.
Incorporate engineering best practices, creative and fresh thinking to enhance our user experiences.

Requirements:
You have significant experience in one or more languages
You value code simplicity and performance
You can design architecture to solve problems at high scale
Degree in computer science or equivalent experience
You want to work in a fast, high-growth startup environment that respects its engineers and customers

Bonus Points:
You've worked at high scale with systems like Kubernetes, Docker, Redis, Celery, Terraform, and AWS
You wrote your own data pipelines once or twice before
You have significant experience with Python

What You’ll Like About WayScript:
A fast growing startup with a diverse team
A remote friendly culture
Competitive Salary
Flexible PTO
Health benefits
Learning & Development
Team Events
Company equity
401k

WayScript is an equal opportunity workplace—we are dedicated to equal employment opportunities regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity, or Veteran status. We believe in actively building a team rich in diverse backgrounds, experiences, and opinions to better allow our employees, products, and community to thrive.

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