Platform Engineer

Industry: Legaltech
Company size: 51-250
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Job description

An NYSE-listed company developing legaltech solutions that use cloud computing and AI to address legal issues is looking for a Platform Engineer. The engineer will be in charge of designing and developing applications while working in an agile development environment. The company is on a mission to help lawyers and legal teams improve their legal outcomes. The company has managed to successfully raise over $200mn+ in funding so far. 


Job Responsibilities:

  • Build robust, scalable features, fix bugs and bring new tools and ideas to the table
  • Implement product requirements and ideas efficiently 
  • Assist with fixing bugs and troubleshooting incidents
  • Contribute to the team on development tasks with other members of the team

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s/Master’s degree in Engineering, Computer Science (or equivalent experience)
  • At least 3+ years of relevant experience as a software engineer 
  • Extensive experience in Java, Kotlin, AWS Lambda, and DevOps
  • Prolific experience in Terraform and Docker
  • Prior experience working with data and datastores at scale
  • Solid understanding of schema design, consistency, transactionality, operational factors, etc. 
  • Demonstrable experience working with RDBMS, Search Engine, Distributed Event Stores, Queueing, File Stores, NoSQL, etc.
  • Experience working with microservices architecture and understanding of cohesion, contract design, protocol and transport, dependency injection, operational factors, etc.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of workflow/orchestration systems and design, configuration-driven computing, fault tolerance and checkpointing, etc.
  • Experience with AWS, MS Azure, and GCP
  • Knowledge of infrastructure automation, especially Terraform, CloudFormation, and Docker
  • Fluent in verbal and written English

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