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Platform Engineer

at Nomic in San Francisco   —   Jul 14, 2014   |  
Nomic --

Nomic is a seed-funded SF startup with an ambitious mission to redefine how businesses get online and to light up the personal relationships that help local economies thrive.

Yep, we think big. But we also know that all great ideas start small, and so we’re launching right here in the Mission neighborhood of San Francisco. It’s going to be a great way to be close to our users and fine tune our service so that we can then scale fast.

We have a stellar initial team and are looking for a few great engineers to join us. We live and work by simple values: Change the world, Hustle, Have fun, and Keep it real.

Look forward to hearing from you!
About the Position:
We are looking for a gifted engineer to join our cause -- someone to help us create a platform, build core services, and design an API that developers will love to build on and that will perform at scale.
This position transcends specific technologies or languages, and requires someone who’s able to make good calls on which tools to use for the job at hand and is amazingly productive tackling all kinds of problems.
As a member of our initial team, you’ll play a huge role in not only getting our products to market, but also helping build a business and create a culture that attracts the very best.
About You:
You think big, you’re hands on, and you’re hungry to make an impact. You are passionate about your craft and can show us that you know how to build robust distributed systems.
You’re a polyglot programmer who comfortably travels across the landscape of MySQL and MongoDB, Java and Ruby, cloud and client, Hadoop and Cassandra, Lucene, ActiveMQ, etc.
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