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Hunter

Hunter is the leading solution to find and verify professional email addresses. Start using Hunter and connect with the people that matter for your business.

📎 hunter.io
🗓 Founded in 2015
👩‍💻 10 employees
🧱 Software & Services
🇺🇸 United States
Salary
23 new jobs posted today
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🇪🇺 EU
 
💰 $63k - $120k*

golang

 

engineer

 

dev

Hunter

hunter.io

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✅ 706 applied (12%)

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Hunter is a company founded 4 years ago in France by Antoine and François. Our goal is to make it easier for businesses to connect with each other. We make it happen by continually analyzing public data on the web and make it easy and practical to search.\n\nWe built Hunter to match our needs and aspirations (hopefully, you'll share them too!). This means we're bootstrapped and don't intend to raise any funds. And because we're building a real long-term business, we've made sure to be profitable from the start. We have the liberty to exclusively focus on providing the most value possible to our users.\n\nMaintaining a small group is essential to us as it creates tighter bonds, increases productivity and eases communication. We're currently a team of 6 and love it this way. We're all in a different country (🇫🇷,🇩🇪,🇧🇦,🇪🇸,🇹🇭,🇨🇦) meaning working remotely is in our DNA.\n\n\n**Benefits**\n\nThis job isn't for everyone. But if you're looking to work remotely, in a small business having an impact on hundreds of thousands of professionals, and with plenty of time aside from your work, then it should be perfect!\n\nThe team gathers during company retreats three times per year, each time in a new location in Europe. During these one-week events, the team gets to know each other and prepare the projects for the following months.\n\nBeing part of the Hunter team will also get you:\n* A competitive salary with no negotiation\n* 5 weeks of paid vacation per year\n* 3 company retreats in Europe every year\n* Fully-paid setup to get started (including a Macbook Pro, standing desk and ergonomic chair)\n* $5,000 vacation bonus per year for a far-away trip\n* An awesome team 🤗\n\nIf you’re curious to learn more about the hiring process, we wrote a [blog post](https://blog.hunter.io/how-we-hire-f1f70fcc5b23) about it. And if you have some questions for us, you’ll find our contact information on our [About page](https://hunter.io/about).\n\n# Responsibilities\n You’ll have the lead on the Go application managing Hunter’s business database. We're looking for someone eager to build the most comprehensive database of companies and professionals by using the web. Billions of pages of unstructured HTML data don’t scare you away; they give you ideas!\n\nWe’re looking for an imaginative developer. We’re processing vast amounts of data to help hundreds of thousands of professionals… all of this with a tiny but mighty team! To succeed, we need to be more creative than anyone else.\n\nYour mission will include writing Go code to collect, process and organize our data. We’re also starting to use machine learning to bring Hunter’s data to the next level. Ideally, you’re also curious and skilled in deployments of applications to find the best setup to run the code you’ll write. \n\n# Requirements\n* You’re a skilled and experienced Go developer writing high quality, maintainable and testable code (if you think you’re a perfect fit but are new to Go, you can still apply)\n* You’re able to find simple and elegant solutions to complex problems\n* You have a good understanding of what makes an efficient SQL request (bonus points for familiarities with PostgreSQL)\n* You know how to deploy applications on cloud platforms (bonus points for familiarities with Docker and Kubernetes)\n* You’re fluent in English\n* You believe in shipping fast, but also shipping quality work to avoid technical debt\n* You love working remotely while maintaining great relationships with your team members \n\nBe sure to mention the words **TROUBLE FASHION ASSAULT** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human / RMzUuMTcwLjgyLjE1OQ==.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Golang, Engineer, Developer and Digital Nomad jobs that are similar:\n\n $62,500 — $120,000/year\n \n\n#Location\n🇪🇺 EU
# How do you apply?\n\nThis job post has been closed by the poster, which means they probably have enough applicants now. Please do not apply.

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