About this role
We're hiring a product-focused backend engineer to join our HASH Graph team. In this role, you'll work on our forthcoming open-source Block Protocol. You'll also work on the fast, high-quality delivery of important new features that help HASH's users ingest and structure information at scale, for use in a simulation and analytics context. Strong experience with both TypeScript and Postgres specifically is a requirement for this role.
We are hiring globally for this role as well, along East Coast (US), and London (Europe) time zones. Depending on circumstance and preference, the opportunity exists for in-person or remote work.
- High software engineering standards. Your ultimate focus is on the customer experience
- You’re able to clearly articulate complex ideas, and have outstanding written and verbal communication skills
- Expert-level TypeScript web development experience, including working with Node and/or Deno
- Deep professional experience using and extending Postgres/Citus in a high-performance context
- Up-to-date knowledge of GraphQL
- Strong written and verbal English
Nice to have
- Experience with cacheing solutions like Redis and streaming technology such as Kafka
- Experience as founder, foundational member or early employee of an early-stage start up - or delivering in another high-pressure environment
- You understand how to prioritize scarce resources and default to action, getting the most important things done
Pay & Benefits
- Competitive salary and generous equity
- At least 30 days of global annual holiday
- US-based candidates: access to a 401(k) and fully comprehensive health insurance
- A range of other country and location-specific benefits. Let us know where you’re applying from!
Our mission is to enable everybody to make the right decisions. We’re making raw information and expert knowledge understandable and usable by all.
HASH is a venture-backed startup based in New York and London. We're backed by venture capital firms as well as the founders of successful startups like Kaggle (the world’s largest data science community) and Stack Overflow (the world’s most-trafficked developer site).
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