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Percolate

Marketing platform that helps brands create and manage content and social media at scale.

Backend Engineer - New York & San Francisco
New York City, NY, US
San Francisco, CA, US
Job Description / Skills Required

Percolate is The System of Record for Marketing®. With offices in NYC (HQ), SF, Miami, and London, Percolate provides the world’s most complex marketing organizations the visibility, coordination, and governance they need to successfully execute their marketing strategy. Over 800 brands including GE, Unilever, Mastercard, Marriott, Levi’s, Cisco, and Cigna trust Percolate to drive brand and revenue growth.


Backend Engineers at Percolate are responsible for the design and development of Percolate's core application, and the critical software infrastructure on which it runs. As part of the team building the System of Record for Marketing you'll write software in Python and Go, use SQL and NoSQL database technologies such as Postgres, MySQL, Redis, and DynamoDB. You'll also use some of the latest in Data Pipeline technologies such as Apache Kafka, and search systems such as Elasticsearch. It's a dynamic environment, and working collaboratively is key. And since we’re a SaaS platform, you'll be responsible for running the software you create -- so you'll need to be as good an engineer as you are a developer.

Requirements
3+ years of experience with Python
Hands-on experience with either SQL (e.g. MySQL, PostgreSQL) or NoSQL technologies (e.g. DynamoDB, Redis, Cassandra)
Experience building enterprise software for professional customers
Interest in building innovative SaaS-based systems, and reliable service-oriented architectures
Excellent understanding of data structures, algorithms, software engineering design patterns and principles
A believer in test-driven development.
Excellent communication skills and team player
Nice to haves
Experience with web development frameworks such as Django or Flask, and what it means to run such systems in a production environment
Experience working with Apache Kafka, RabbitMQ, and search technology such as Elasticsearch is particularly helpful (Solr and other Lucene-based search systems also helpful)
Familiarity with AWS services (e.g. RDS, DynamoDB, Cloudwatch) or similar cloud environments
Interest in helping companies control and manage their entire marketing operations and ultimately how the consumer experiences their brand