Posted December 12, 2022
Bookshop.org is looking for a senior backend engineer to help build out the Go APIs and ETL systems that will power our ebooks platform. We’re a small team serving millions of customers across multiple countries and we’ve been adopting Go into our services for the last few years. We still have a lot Ruby, too, so it’s a big plus if you’ve got Ruby/Rails experience.
You’ll be helping us with big picture projects:
The yearly salary range for our Senior Engineers based in the US is $120,000 - $180,000 USD depending on experience and the position is fully remote. Paid time off is 4 weeks (20 business days) plus all US bank holidays, as well as paid sick leave. Benefits include medical, dental, and vision insurance and a 401K with company contribution.
Please send a resume and cover letter to [email protected].
Bookshop is an online bookstore with a mission to financially support local, independent bookstores.
We believe that bookstores are essential to a healthy culture. They’re where authors can connect with readers, where we discover new writers, where children get hooked on the thrill of reading that can last a lifetime. They’re also anchors for our downtowns and communities.
As more and more people buy their books online, we wanted to create an easy, convenient way for you to get your books and support bookstores at the same time.
By design, we give away over 75% of our profit margin to stores, publications, authors and others who make up the thriving, inspirational culture around books!
Bookshop.org is committed to fostering, cultivating, and preserving a culture of diversity, inclusion, and equal opportunity. We are engaged in the ongoing development of a work environment built on these principles—one that enforces respectful communication, encourages teamwork and participation, and supports employee’s varying needs through policies supporting work/life balance, accomodation, and flexibility. We know that our business benefits immensely from its diverse team, and that our individual differences, life experiences, knowledge, and talents make our company stronger and better. In recruiting, we prioritize and welcome the contributions of a diverse staff.
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