At Broker Genius, we are an industry-leading SaaS provider helping brokers in the event ticket industry automate their everyday. We build all of our software with Elixir and Amazon Web Services (AWS).
You would be responsible for building out our suite of ticket automation tools by contributing throughout the entire software stack. Our customers rely on us to automate their business critical tasks accurately and with low latency. We engineer all our systems from the ground-up in Elixir to achieve these goals. We also use Phoenix, Ecto, React, PostgreSQL, Oban, and Web Sockets too.
We are a 100% remote team that operates in the US and internationally. We need someone who is fluent in English that can thrive via written communications, while also having significant (at least 6 hours a day) work-time overlap with the US Eastern timezone. Production Elixir experience is required, with AWS, PostgreSQL, and Web Sockets experience highly preferred.
We seek one senior and one mid-level engineer.
My name: Drew Gainor
My position: Chief Product Officer
Company name: Broker Genius
Company info and history: Broker Genius recently merged with Seat Scouts. We have been using Elixir for over 4 years.
About the job
Job title: (Senior) Elixir Engineer
Job description: Writing code primarily in Elixir
Salary range: negotiable, depending on experience
Position on remote work: 100% remote team
Required experience: Production at-scale Elixir development and deployment
Preferred experience: AWS, PostgreSQL, and React, Web Sockets
What the successful job applicant will be working on: You would be responsible for building out our suite of ticket automation tools by contributing throughout the entire software stack.
About the interview process
We have a fairly informal interview via a video call that will typically involve some simple live coding exercises plus discussion with our engineers. Promising candidates will also speak with our CPO and Principal Engineer.
Please email your qualifications to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration.