Software Engineer, Backend - Mobile at Teachable

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Software Engineer, Backend - Mobile Teachable. What is the role?. As a backend Software Engineer, you will be responsible for designing, developing, and maintaining our BFF (backend for frontend) structure within our Mobile pod. You will work closely with cross-functional teams from Hotmart and Teachable to evolve our code, as well as collaborate with product managers, designers and other developers.. As part of Teachable’s first mobile engineering team, you’ll have an incredible opportunity to help shape and define the future of our mobile products. As a member of this team, you will be at the forefront of developing innovative solutions that meet the needs of our Creators and drive business growth. This is a unique chance to be part of an international team that will have a significant impact on our companies’ success and to be part of a community of professionals who share your passion for mobile development. This team has already revamped our legacy app and is planning to do so much more, and wants you to be part of it! As the backend engineer of this pod, you will act as a connector unlocking opportunities across other parts of Teachable’s engineering teams that will deliver more value to our customers.. In this position, you will be employed by Hotmart BV in Brazil and work remotely with Teachable’s US based teams as well as Hotmart employees based in Belo Horizonte and São Paulo. . What You'll Do:. Collaborate with Engineers, Product Managers, Designers, and QA engineers to build high-quality products with third-party integrations. Contribute to the technical design and architecture of services, databases and applications across the organization. Execute on our product development roadmap to drive the progression of our stack and our team at large. Write simple, clean, high-quality, well-tested software that delivers user value. Seek out ways to bring in new perspectives to our design, coding and testing best practices as well as supporting review processes (i.e. design, code, postmortem). Participate in the team’s on-call support rotation. Contribute and shape the overall culture and collaboration practices of the team. Quickly understand documentation and utilize testing techniques, such as unit testing, integration testing, and stress testing, to ensure high-quality code. Communicate effectively with team members and stakeholders, such as providing regular status updates and actively seeking feedback. Adapt to roadblocks and proactively resolve issues, such as debugging and troubleshooting. Align work with customer value by using feedback to prioritize features. Balance priorities and seek guidance when needed to make informed decisions. About You:. 1+ years of hands-on experience building production web applications in an agile, startup environment.. Proficiency using Go in a production environment. Experience working with systems at scale utilizing microservices, AWS services . Interest in learning or exposure to event-based architecture . Team player mentality: high collaborative, documentation-focused and recognizing how to balance asynchronous communications and virtual meetings. A passion for solving complex technical problems in both new and legacy codebases.. A mindset of leaving the codebase better than how you found it.. Experience collaborating with multiple team members with varying experience levels to design and implement technical projects.. Ability to work and problem-solve independently.. A humble, collaborative, customer-focused, and highly curious approach to problem-solving.. Nice to have:. Experience with microservices. Additional Details:. At Teachable, we are committed to providing fair and competitive pay (using market data to inform our pay bands), rewarding high performance, and ensuring all employees have the opportunity and ability to impact Teachable’s overall company value. Salaries will be reviewed at regular intervals throughout the year, typically following performance review cycles currently conducted bi-annually or in conjunction with a promotion.