Join our dynamic team as a skilled Clojure Developer, contributing your expertise to cutting-edge software solutions tailored for dependency management platforms in large-scale enterprises. Our client, one of the fastest-growing technology companies in Norway, has expanded globally to London, New York, and Copenhagen.
The project focuses on a Graph platform that empowers our customers to map dependencies across strategic objectives, projects, applications, processes, and people. This innovative approach enables businesses to assess the impact of change, facilitating better and faster decision-making.
Clojure(Script), ClojureSpec, clojure-ring, reitit, Groovy, React.js, TypeScript, D3, SQL.
Collaborate with a team of 4 developers from Freshcode and over 20 developers from the client's end, working across multiple sub-teams.
— Back-end development of the new features;
— Maintenance of the existing codebase;
— Design, creation, and validation of functionalities associated with analytics, data retrieval, and data synchronization;
— Contribute to enhancing the current APIs and our ongoing scalability initiatives.
We expect you to have:
— 4+ years of commercial experience with Clojure;
— Solid programming background and a passion for writing code;
— Conversational English;
— Experience working with Groovy will be a plus.
What we offer:
— Zero bureaucracy and flat organizational structure;
— Remote work and flexible schedule;
— No time trackers;
— Paid vacation (15 working days) and sick leave (10 working days);
— Internal Clojure community.
— Online call with a Recruiter (30–45 minutes);
— Technical interview with a Senior Clojure Developer (60-90 minutes);
— Client technical interview (60-90 minutes).
Freshcode is a strong team of proactive and open-minded professionals, who create significant projects and develop themselves. We focus on sharing knowledge and fulfilling our potential. In spite of great expertise, we stay curious about fresh technologies and ideas.
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