Elixir Engineer @CarmaProject - Remote (Europe)

About us

Carma Project is improving safety by accelerating response to automotive recalls. Our mission is to save the lives of millions of people who are currently at risk of being killed or critically injured by life-threatening safety recalls.

We’re big supporters of Elixir and we’re using it to build real time applications for our fleet of vehicles. We’re working with the Elixir core team, as well as Jose Valim, the creator of Elixir himself. We just raised our series A fundraising and grew from 7 people to over 200 so far this year. We’re looking for engineers for growing our passionate team.

My name: Adam Zubery
My position: CTO
Company name: Carma Project
Website: https://www.carmaproject.com/
Country: USA

About the job

Job title: Elixir Software Engineer

Job description: use new technology such as LiveView to build features across our products,
take ownership over our Tesla-like vehicle interface and backend features to support our fleet

Salary range: competitive compensation 80 - 180k

Position on remote work: remote and self-employed in Europe - ideally Prague, Czech Republic. You will be working with a team based in California and other engineers working from Europe and Asia. We organize periodic meetups in Prague.

Qualifications or experience required:
* Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in Computer Science or related field
* At least 4 years of experience working on web applications
* 1-2 years of experience with Elixir
* PostgreSQL database or similar SQL database skills

About the interview process and how to apply

Firstly, we would like to schedule a short informal call with you to see if this is a mutual fit. The second step is a technical interview.

To apply, please send an email to careers@carmaproject.com and adam.zubery@carmaproject.com with your CV/LinkedIn profile and let us know why you would like to work for us.

We’re looking forward to hearing from you!


Want to give you my congratulations on being upfront on the salary range.

This will save time to everyone involved :slight_smile: