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Your benefits with Proxify:
Be part of Proxify community: Network with like-minded and enthusiastic individuals to make a difference.
Make an impact: You get the opportunity to work on the projects that inspire you and add value to your career.
Transparency: Contracts with transparency in earnings and working hours.
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We are Basket (trybasket.com) – a fresh and exciting new approach to save, share and follow the things you love, and the people who love them too. Basket keeps you organised, up to date, and helps you buy better across all shopping categories.
To continue our growth we’re seeking a Senior Flutter Engineer located in London or Auckland. To excel in this role and have a positive impact on our customer success, you’ll need strong production experience with Flutter (preferably e-commerce), and a glowing track record building delightful mobile experiences. We have a separate backend team and Basket is already live in production, so your key focus will be scoping and building new features, and maintaining a kickass Flutter codebase for mobile. Some native work will be required in addition to Flutter, so experience with either Swift or Kotlin is essential.
To thrive at Basket, you’ll learn quickly, think big, and deliver rock-solid results in a fast-paced startup environment. You’ll balance safe decisions while proactively researching and running code experiments. You’re someone who embraces collaboration and feedback with open arms. You continuously look for ways to grow yourself, help teammates, and opportunities to make the products you work on stronger. This is a chance to join an innovative team where you will be challenged, and have significant input to shape a product we believe will become a global household name.
At Basket, we work in 2 week development cycles with a clearly defined goal. We’re inspired by companies like Linear where quality work is more important than quantity of features released. We plan each cycle well ahead of time with team discussions, research and workshops to make sure we’re making informed decisions.
2 weeks before a cycle we plan and define requirements for features
1 week before a cycle we do technical due diligence and write acceptance criteria
During a cycle we write code using test-driven development, test code to development and staging environments, collaborate with QA, Design and PM team members to ensure features are production ready.
Scope and agree technical requirements for features in collaboration with design, QA and PM team members
Write test-driven Flutter, Dart or Native code to implement feature requirements
Implement animations using Lottie, Rive and Flutter frameworks
Maintain and improve existing code with a focus on stability and performance
Use application monitoring tools to identify new opportunities and fix issues
Explore new opportunities and Flutter features to enhance our user experience
Take security seriously by implementing tools, code and practices that preserve the integrity of our services and protect customer data
Native English is essential
Located in, or willing to relocate to London or Auckland
5+ years experience writing production code for iOS (Swift) or Android (Kotlin).
Mastery of Flutter and Dart with at least one published app on iOS (App Store Connect) or Android (Play Store)
Excellent knowledge and experience of using Firebase SDK with Flutter
Experience integrating and using third-party packages with Flutter, iOS and Android
Keen eye for good design, and enjoy collaborating with designers to implement modern, intuitive and delightful customer experiences
Intuitively look for ways to keep code modular, efficient, and maintainable
Motivated by working in a team with a flat structure where your knowledge and input have a direct impact on product definition and business success
Excited to learn, share and step outside of your comfort zone
University degree in computer science, or equivalent experience
Experience working in a VC-backed startup environment
Our culture is built on respect, collaboration and a drive to shake up the world of shopping. We’re at the beginning of our journey with the opportunity for new team members to lead projects, and shape services that customers interact with daily. Our team members are conscientious, deep thinkers, always striving to be awesome human beings.
We are an equal opportunity employer and value a diversity of perspectives and backgrounds at our company. We are dedicated to a policy of nondiscrimination in employment on any basis including race, colour, age, sex, religion, disability, or national origin.
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ORCID is seeking an experienced and enthusiastic professional for the position of DevOps Engineer. If you like the flexibility of a remote organization and the public-service orientation of a non-profit, join us on our mission to connect research and researchers!
ORCID is a mission-driven, member-supported, community-governed non-profit organization. Our vision is a world where all who participate in research, scholarship, and innovation are uniquely identified and connected to their contributions across disciplines, borders, and time. Every one of ORCID’s employees is committed to that vision as well.
We believe in and operate by our three values [read our Dignity at Work statement]. ORCID strives to be:
Inclusive: We make decisions collaboratively, involving our staff, Board, those who support our mission, and the researchers and community that are the purpose of our work. We take a global view.
Trusted: Privacy and researcher control underscores everything we do.
Open: Our work is open, transparent, and non-proprietary.
As a fully-remote organization serving researchers everywhere, ORCID is able to hire talented individuals all over the globe, and we aim to have our people located in the communities that we serve. We currently employ staff in the following regions (but welcome applicants from all locations, even if not listed here):
ORCID is seeking a DevOps Engineer. As a DevOps engineer, you should work with other software developers and QA specialists, and will be responsible for improving and maintaining the ORCID technological infrastructure. If you like a mission-driven environment and enjoy working as part of a team, but are also self-motivated and organized to work remotely, this could be the job for you.
The position will be part of our Tech team, reporting to the Technology Manager. The successful candidate will want to be a part of a friendly, supportive, and productive team, and will believe in an “automate everything” approach to DevOps.
Maintain the ORCID technological infrastructure: Maintain the ORCID configuration management system, the current server stack, the databases, the CI and any other SaaS systems used by ORCID to provide their services, such as Mailgun, Cloudflare, Rackspace, etc.
Improve the ORCID technological infrastructure: Work with the Tech Director, the Tech Manger and the development team in general to improve the current technological infrastructure, by keeping our infrastructure up-to-date with the latest technologies and patches, finding new tools that could improve the services we provide and experiment with new technologies to decide which ones could be used by ORCID to provide better services.
Monitor the status of ORCID technological infrastructure: Constantly check ORCID monitoring infrastructure to find problems or vulnerabilities that could affect the performance of ORCID services.
Author use-cases, technical/functional requirements, flowcharts, diagrams and documentation: Develop and maintain technical documentation, in the form of use-cases, technical/functional requirements, flowcharts, diagrams, docs and wiki pages, required by the team to understand and maintain the existing technical infrastructure.
Participate actively in iterative development meetings (stand-ups, kick-offs, retrospectives), and design sessions with project teams and working groups
Collaborate with team members, consultants, designers, the development community and users to plan, estimate and evaluate the risks of different features that could be added to the ORCID registry: Collaborate with different people from the ORCID community to generate plans that helps ORCID to develop new functionalities or improve the existing ones.
Collaborate in the finding of bugs and areas of improvement in the current ORCID Registry and related projects.
Participate in the out of hours on-call rota, and respond to tech emergencies when required (estimated 10 weeks of compensated on-call shifts per year) .
Set up, manage, and monitor container infrastructure in AWS, using Terraform and Kubernetes
Migration of the ORCID Registry to AWS
Evaluate, plan, and deliver monitoring tools for container-based systems
Set up and manage new security scanning tools
Server configuration management using Ansible
Manage Linux virtual servers and containers
Manage virtual network security
Manage Github Actions CI/CD
Automate routine tasks by writing Python and Bash scripts
Postgres DB backup/restore, monitoring
Set up, manage, and monitor NoSQL servers (MongoDB)
Set up, manage and monitor search servers (SOLR)
Manage monitoring systems (New Relic, Cloudflare, InsightOps)
(ORCID encourages applicants who meet some, but not all of the requirements and qualifications, to apply)
5+ years of experience in DevOps
Fluent in written and spoken English
Able to work during Europe and US business hours (at least half the working day should be between 1200-2000 UTC) including making twice-weekly meetings at 1500 UTC
Linux admin skills
Ability to work as part of a small DevOps team, with minimal supervision
Exceptional communication skills and a strong work ethic; ability to prioritize effectively and get things done in a dynamic, unstructured environment
Experience extracting actionable recommendations from feedback and data, and communicating it to stakeholders
Proactive in suggesting new tools and solutions
Motivated and results-driven, with a high-level of energy, enthusiasm, and initiative
Experience with Rackspace Cloud
Ability to travel internationally at least once a year
ORCID happily provides reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities, or circumstances that could require modifications to our application process or responsibilities of the role. If you need accommodations, whether during the application process itself, or potentially would need accommodations for any of the job responsibilities, please reach out to [email protected].
ORCID staff are curious and collaborative, and we strive to maintain a culture of learning. We offer programs like individually-focused professional development planning, monthly “Food for Thought” learning sessions on a wide variety of topics, and access to a digital learning platform, Udemy for Business. We are flexible and family-friendly, allowing staff to shift their schedules as needed, flex their time across the calendar month, and take an hour-long paid break each day (not to mention OFF– see the benefits we provide below).
As an organization, we are committed to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI). We hold bi-annual forums, open to all staff, where our DEI plans and needs are discussed and amplified. As a fully remote organization, we also have an active committee dedicated to making our individual remote experiences as positive and productive as possible. Read more about our culture here.
Although we are geographically diverse, we are a small, cohesive community dedicated to our mission and to each other.
A family-friendly, flexible working environment, including:
Flexible work hours and the ability to work fully from home (when not traveling)
A committed and awesome team serving a community-driven organization
Competitive compensation & benefits, plus OFF: an ORCID-wide day off on the first Friday of each month
A continuous learning environment with opportunities for training & professional development
Tools to support our virtual office environment, including a budget to choose your preferred laptop and a remote working stipend.
ORCID’s compensation strategy considers an applicant’s skills and experience, geographic location, as well as internal equity when assessing salary. Because we are remote and hire all over the globe, our salary ranges will vary by location for any given role.Please mention the word PROPER when applying to show you read the job post completely (#RMy4yMzguMjUzLjE2Mw==). This is a feature to avoid fake spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and instantly see they're human.
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Looking for challenging responsibilities in the most promising tech industry? Join us as the first QA Automation Engineer (in this particular product team) in the crypto financial industry, and you will get the most out of using new technologies and test methods.
You will accelerate your career and constantly improve technically by tackling these issues and being able to utilize the personal £2000/year budget for learning & development.
You will challenge all user scenarios and test cases to investigate all possibilities of failure across a range of Web apps, and API applications. You will make sure that happy path scenarios function as advertised, and that a massive array of potential error conditions all fail gracefully, predictably and in a meaningful way to end users.
During your first few months, you will start by defining the tools and frameworks required to have a complete suite of automated tests. This will involve diving into the applications features and functionality, rolling up your sleeves doing manual testing. With a better understanding under your belt, you will define test plans that can be automated and cover UI and API testing, as well as testing failures in any of the subsystems, including databases, third-party services or other internal services.
You enjoy automating everything, the thought of repeating tasks manually makes you shiver, but you understand the need to do exploratory manual testing to create test plans.
You have experience testing Web apps, APIs applications in a fast delivering growth environment.
You are a hands-on, independent product tester with experience working in a multidisciplinary team formed of designers, Front and Backend developers and DevOps.
You’re patient when dealing with others. You’re a good listener, and happy to be a teacher when needed.
You have solid demonstrable experience as a QA Automation Engineer doing end-to-end testing.
You love breaking things and let your creativity go wild (e.g. functional and black-box testing, regression testing, system integration testing, load testing, manual testing).
Experience with BDD, TDD, or contract testing.
Docker and Git experience is important.
You have good knowledge and understanding of CI/CD cycles and integration test automation with CI/CD.
At RDX Works, we’re a team of like-minded thinkers who have long been convinced that we’re living in the earliest stages of a global financial revolution. This revolution is being fuelled by decentralized finance (or DeFi for short), which is enabling an assortment of pioneering developers and entrepreneurs to re-invent almost every financial product that is currently traded and invested in traditional markets, without requiring central authorities or siloed infrastructure. DeFi has captured a great deal of attention and investment in the crypto-aware niche, growing assets under management from $1 billion to over $200 billion in a few years. Impressive as its growth has been, its current market size isn’t even a rounding error on the over $400 trillion held in traditional finance. We’re focused on what it will take to go from billions to trillions.
RDX went back to first principles to come up with the right technical solution—the first layer-one protocol built specifically for mainstream DeFi—and we have already tested out at over 1 million transactions per second. We’re keenly aware that the need for an infinitely scalable platform is only one prerequisite among many for mass adoption, and we’re also blazing new ground in the areas of purpose-built developer tools, user experiences, and regulatory integration.
We have forged a path deep into the future of what distributed ledger technology is going to look like and we need you to come and be part of the team that is making that happen right now.
If this job sounds like it was made for you, then please apply directly via the link or email [email protected] for more information.
Check out our company benefits here - RDX Works Benefits
Alternatively, if you feel like you don’t match all of the requirements, we would love you to still apply anyway. We understand that confidence gaps and imposter syndrome can get in the way of meeting incredible candidates and we wouldn’t want this to prevent us from meeting you; especially as we are big advocates of helping people learn & grow. This is also another reason we do not advertise salaries, we want to keep it as even a playing field as possible!
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You’ve got a head for processes, an eye for detail and you love being the first to test out new features in the wild. As a member of the komoot Quality Assurance team you'll play a key role in delivering new, bug-free features to our users worldwide. We work in cross-functional squads so you’ll work with a range of people from product managers and designers, to developers and data analysts to bring new features into the world. And you’ll simultaneously help to shape our quality practices with the rest of the QA team.
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