🎉 Cecil is building a team of product builders who are driven by the opportunity to accelerate regeneration! Apply here
We are actively seeking a detail-oriented and highly driven Head of Engineering to join us in our mission to build best-in-class experience for our users. The ideal individual for this position is someone who knows how to push product from the ground up and can work in a hands on and collaborative way.
🌎 Who is Cecil?
We're on a mission to help teams working to restore nature
We are a group of designers, engineers and entrepreneurs who believe that better collaboration can change the world. We're building project management software to simplify nature based projects that drawdown atmospheric carbon and restore the world's biodiversity. Find out more about us here: cecil.earth
🚀 What will I be doing?
You will be involved in the co-creation process of the product together with the designers, Back-ed & Front-end engineers to address our real customers' needs. Your responsibility would involve technical design, development and maintenance of our back-end infrastructure and codebase.
- Help build a maintainable, performance, scalable and fault-tolerant platform
- Define, develop and maintain APIs based on the platform design that you would create based on the customer needs
- Team up with our (first of all) customers, designers and other engineers to find the most appropriate solutions that would address customer frictions
- Problem-solve issues based on business/customer need and impact, working with technical and non-technical stakeholders
🏔What you'll bring to the team
- At least 5 years of relevant software development experience
- Solid back-end programming skills (Go is a huge plus)
- Experience working with relational databases and other persistence technologies (like PostgreSQL and Redis)
- Practical and theoretical knowledge of development patterns, software architectures and design patterns (pub/sub, queues, sync/async CAP theorem, SOLID, CRUD, distributed systems etc)
- Good understanding of how HTTP works is a huge plus