You’ll be joining a small, focused team working on a reusable cross-platform resiliency layer. You will design solutions based around AWS infrastructure and will write high quality, scalable code mainly in Elixir and Ruby. You’ll be passionate about solid object-oriented code design, investigating emerging web technologies and building highly scalable microservices as a platform for the future of BBC News.
My name: James Bowers
My position: Software Engineer
Company name: BBC
How we use Elixir:
We use Elixir to route requests to backend services, providing a performant and highly available resiliency layer.
About the job
Job title: Software Engineer
BBC Software Engineer, working on-site or remotely on Elixir and Ruby apps.
Salary range: Competitive
Position on remote work: Yes!
Qualifications or experience required: Experience with Elixir, Ruby, Python or a functional language.
What the successful job applicant will be working on:
Your team will own the design and build process of services that keep our products running well - including build and deployment tools, config management, monitoring and reporting. You’ll provide capabilities as-a-service for other teams to use and be a centre of excellence for our use of Cloud technologies.
About the interview process
applicant |> cv() |> coding_test() |> interview()