About Us: INVICTA is a Los Angeles, California based mission-driven stealth startup that aims to help families build confidence in their ability to be ready for an emergency in simple easy steps over a lifetime of preparedness journey. INVICTA’s unique solution consists of multiple elements including a mobile app and a wearable.
What You Will Do: The engineer will be an integral part of the super talented team. The engineer will help us develop the backend solution from the ground up using Phoenix framework. Specifically, you will
- Collaborate with the CTO to deliver product features using Agile development methodologies.
- Develop and secure GraphQL APIs
- Engage in test driven development.
- Engage in DevOps and DevSecOps best practices.
- Work with cutting edge tools beyond the BEAM ecosystem.
What we are looking for: A software engineer with experience in developing, deploying and scaling Elixir/Phoenix/Erlang apps in production.
- At least 3 years experience running & scaling Elixir/Phoenix/Erlang apps in production.
- Experience with most of the following is preferred but not essential: Twitter API, Google Maps API, Google Drive API, AWS, Docker, PostgreSQL
- DevOps best practices
- Ability to think outside the box.
- Will be available everyday for at least 3 hours during 8AM to 5PM Central US Time.
Nice to have additionally:
- Creating Elixir app releases for iOS/Android
- Decentralized applications (DApps)
- Decentralized Identity (DID)
- Natural Language Processing
Your Compensation: Top competitive market rates commensurate with skills and experience.
Start Date: Immediate
To Apply: Email your resume to vivek-AT-invictaready-DOT-com along with your GitHub/GitLab profile showcasing your work and best available time slots for a conversation.
Background Information: According to the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction, climate change and extreme weather related events have caused a surge in frequency and severity of natural disasters over the last many years. Preparing for natural disasters (wildfires, floods, hurricanes, earthquakes, etc.) can be overwhelming. In fact >70% of US households are ill-prepared for natural disasters. Three primary reasons account for this - (1) Lack of information: Families lack the knowledge on how best to prepare or the information to prepare for an emergency is not easily understandable; (2) Lack of Conviction: Many don’t believe they can manage the risks or don’t think they are at risk for a disaster or it seems intimidating to prepare for an emergency/natural disaster; and (3) Lack of Time and Resources: Families or individuals don’t have time to perform different activities to prepare for an emergency or don’t have money to buy emergency preparedness items.