Freelancer Limited, the ASX-listed company that owns Freelancer.com is hiring. Twelve-time Webby award-winning Freelancer.com is the world’s largest freelancing and crowdsourcing marketplace, which connects millions of employers to freelancers across the globe.
We think it is pretty cool that our marketplace hosts a real life economy, where work is undertaken in every area you can think of. From design, writing, data entry and software development; through to sales, marketing, accounting and legal services – even NASA uses us!
We are looking for fullstack software engineers. Our team work with the latest tech, and push code 30-40 times a day in a high-performance cloud environment. We develop core, revenue-generating products, and so this represents an opportunity to have a fundamental impact on our global business.
Not only will you build features and software that scale, but your work will have direct impact on tens of millions of users worldwide. So if you excel at architecting web applications at scale, enjoy the challenge of writing optimised lightning fast SQL for massive data sets, have experience structuring extensible data and application logic, and are passionate about designing high quality APIs, then we’d love to hear from you!
- Proficiency in a web development language, such as Python, Golang, PHP or Ruby
- Experience with relational databases and SQL, preferably MySQL
- Linux experience
- Background or interest in web engineering at scale
- Ideally, a Github page with contributions to open source software
- Tertiary Degree in Computer Science / Engineering (or related)
This won’t be a cog-in-the-machine type of job; you will be joining a global company that values attitude and capability over experience, so if you are looking to make a difference and be rewarded for your efforts, this is the place for you.
We are striving to shape the future of work, so help us scale to 100+ million users, while enjoying all the perks of working in tech – fun atmosphere, smart people, awesome office, fully-stocked kitchens (yes, free food!), social events, hackathons, and more!