|Software Developer | £60,000 - £80,000 | Music Licensing | London
Austin Fraser are working with an exciting new start-up that provide a platform that helps musicians and music companies get paid what they should, when they should. They are a curious, diverse and creative team representing seven countries and counting and their users represent 70% of music publishing revenue.
They are now looking for a highly motivated Software Engineer that can help them enhance their innovative platform for the music industry. You will be working directly on product features and overseeing the scalability of our infrastructure.
Contribute to the scaling up our infrastructure based on AWS, Golang and PostgreSQL. Worked on the whole software development lifecycle. Worked in a similar role before shipping scalable product features. Best practices like; Continuous Integration, Containers and Microservices are very familiar to you. Have experience working with distributed systems. Are looking to join a dynamic start-up, feel comfortable picking up new technologies and like to take ownership. Can bring an entrepreneurial and collaborative spirit to the team. Have a passion for music.
WHATS ON OFFER
Competitive salary. Share options. Generous holiday allowance. Generous family leave. Flexible/Remote working. Company pension scheme. An opportunity to make your mark in a fast-growing start-up re-imagining the way that creators get paid.
Software Developer | £60,000 - £80,000 | Music Licensing | London
If you are a Software Engineer that likes the sounds of this opportunity and meets the criteria listed, please apply now!
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