This vacancy may offer a work-from-home start until it’s safe to work in-house or relocate to the location.
Do you want to be part of a worldwide mobile games leader? Our client is an international team of more than 350 talented staff, based in sunny and cosmopolitan Barcelona. They create amazing games, positioned in the top rankings of both iOS and Android, that are played and loved by over 50 million fans all over the world.
What will you do as a Senior Backend Developer?
They’re looking for software engineers that will work on services for games that are played and loved by several million users every day, all over the world. Those services must scale-out to serve high users traffic every day and must be developed with the highest quality this competitive industry requires. They expect developers to keep their tech state-of-the-art and, at the same time, come up with great new ideas.
Their backend applications are developed using several technologies and programming languages (PHP, Golang, AWS EC2, Kubernetes, etc…), so you should not be afraid to work with existing code, extend, maintain and continuously refactor the backend of games.
Your job is not only about coding. You will also have to work with other teams like mobile, analytics or systems to integrate your components, as well as writing technical designs, documentation, knowledge sharing and training other team members.
As a backend engineer, you will also be part of their games team and work closely with game design, player experience, mobile, and other departments. You will be integrated with business decisions as part of their technology strategy.
This is you
- Extensive programming experience.
- Worked and mastered languages like Golang, PHP, Java, C#, …
- Intermediate systems knowledge and understand what happens behind your code
- Experience designing and implementing complex systems with multiple parts and technologies
- Experience with application scalability, performance, and reliability
- Experience with application and system orchestration: understand where you code fits within the big picture
- You accept challenges: you’ll be happy to see traffic doubling instead of being daunted
- You are able to explain technical issues to both technical and non-technical people.