Senior Software Engineer, F# - Dublin
- Location DUBLIN, IRELAND
- Department Technology
- Team Engineering
- Employment Type -
- Position -
- Requisition GH1102790
What you'll do at
Jet's Transportation team builds systems for ensuring that customers get packages on-time, economically and reliably. We provide several public facing features including: estimating delivery dates, package tracking and customer generated return labels.
Delivery is a core part of the customer experience in modern e-Commerce. Customers expect their orders on time, and as cheaply as possible. Transport's job is to optimize the supply chain to make that possible, from ensuring that the right product is delivered to our Fulfilment Centres, to choosing the best carrier and informing the customer where their package is. We're even responsible for making sure the right label is on the box!
Our Engineers get challenged building systems which handle hundreds of millions of events daily. The platform is an event driven (event sourced) system built largely in .NET and designed to run in the cloud (Azure) via microservices. The bulk of backend code is written in F# and we use a number of persistence technologies, from SQL Server to Kafka via Event Store and CosmosDB.
About the role
We need help in solving hard engineering and computer science problems for a world class eCommerce platform.
Your main goals are to:
- Design, implement and support reliable systems that operate at scale.
- Work in a distributed team to understand the on time delivery problem space.
- Interact with other teams across services and multiple levels of the stack, for both design and troubleshooting purposes.
- Identify opportunities for continuous improvement within our team and across the larger organisation.
- Strong programming skills, with an interest in functional programming.
- Top-notch interpersonal skills. Jet Engineers are highly collaborative, and we are looking for people who can work effectively in a distributed team setting.
- Solid understanding of designing, developing and testing large scale, cloud based distributed systems.
- Someone who values automation. We don’t like solving the same problem manually over and over.
- Experience working with Relational and NoSQL databases.
- Comfortable taking part in the (daytime only) on-call rotation.
Nice to Have
- Exposure to event based asynchronous processing.
- Fluent in a few programming languages, functional, dynamic and static.
- Solid understanding of how to use data structures to solve problems optimally.
- Experience with Apache Kafka or similar streaming platform.
- Understands DevOps: how to support large scale distributed systems, how to prioritize and escalate issues.
- Comfortable working in a .NET and Azure environment.
- Knowledge of Docker containers and service orchestration.
Jet’s mission is to become the smartest way to shop and save on pretty much anything. Combining a revolutionary pricing engine, a world-class technology and fulfillment platform, and incredible customer service, we’ve set out to create a new kind of e-commerce. At Jet, we’re passionate about empowering people to live and work brilliantly.
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Successful candidate information will be transferred onto their employee personnel record and will be held for the time they are employed by Jet and an additional 7 years once they leave the business.
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