The truth is, most senior Go engineers I speak with are fairly satisfied with their current job.
They’re on a comfortable salary, working on reasonably interesting challenges and working with people they like.
Nonetheless, more and more often the reason experienced engineers give for why they’re considering a move fall between either:
“I’ve accomplished what I was brought in to do here” or “I want to do something meaningful that makes a valuable contribution to society”
Sometimes, it’s a bit of both!
Perhaps you're starting to feel a similar way.
If you would like to have a meaningful impact on society and use your software engineering skills to do some good, here’s a chance to do exactly that.
I’m hiring for a healthcare focused company who have made a big impact on the patient journey within the UK.
They’ve already been recognised and directly supported by NHS for their game changing platform, which helps to minimize the workload of Doctors and Nurses, allowing them to focus on giving direct care.
They’re looking for an experienced Senior Software Engineer to join their established team as they continue to grow as a business following a generous investment exercise.
Their tech stack & approach includes:
- Go / Golang
- Serverless AWS – Lambda, S3, DynamoDB & ECS (among others)
- A commitment to TDD & automated testing
- A strive towards writing the best code possible
- Secure Distributed Systems & CI / CD pipelines
So why would you want to work here?
- They’re offering remote working to those based in the UK with infrequent visits to their London based office
- Their current engineering team are very knowledgeable – it’s a great learning environment regardless of your own seniority
- It’s a fantastic chance to use your engineering skills towards the betterment of society
If you’d like to hear a bit more about this position & the types of things their engineers are involved in, please apply to the advert and I’ll be in touch for an informal chat.
Iain Brook – Specialist Go Recruiter at Revoco