We're looking for a superstar technical leader - you will drive technology choices, strategy, hiring from prototype to delivery and beyond. This is an opportunity to get involved in an early stage, greenfield, Blockchain project. This is a hands-on role so we are happy to consider engineers of any level, who have the right attitude.
No prior Blockchain experience is required - but any knowledge and experience you have of the technology will be a real bonus.
- Mastered Node.js,
- Clean coding best practice, TDD a must, a chance to learn == BDD
- Practical Devops experience
- Experience of artificial intelligence and ML models
- Working knowledge of IPFS and decentralised storage
- Experience or desire to learn; Ethereum, Solidity, Web3.js
- Understanding of microservices and event-driven architecture techniques; DDD
- Understands hashing and basic cryptography concepts
Your Day to Day:
~ You will be a lead member of our technical team working to release regular iterations of the product
~ Responsible for setting up our entire application platform through from build to release
~ Hands-on development: expertise - analyse product specifications, design implementations, write code and rapidly deliver features
~ Contribute technical ideas and suggestions to enhance the direction of the product
~ Write efficient, maintainable and reusable code and tests.
~ Review analytics and performance metrics to draw conclusions and drive change.
~ An early stage startup. A British business with a community of over 20k followers.
~ A unique product tackling provenance and proof of work histories and skills
~ R_Block is a crowdfunded business to the tune of 3m. One of the top 5 most successful UK crowdsales.
~ Currently a team of 6, advised by the Ethereum Foundation lead Fabian Vogelsteller: https://rblock.co/page2.html
~ Find an overview of R_Block here: https://rblock.co/Blackpaper.html
R_Block is building a decentralised hiring network powered by a Blockchain based trust protocol. Offering a never seen before work identity profile through peer to peer proofs, we're tackling worthwhile problems - prejudice, data abuse and decentralisation in hiring.