OLO - Backend/Integration Engineer, .NET (New York, NY)
Want to work on a sophisticated online food ordering platform used by many of the country’s largest restaurant chains, reaching millions of consumers? Want to work on a neat codebase with automated tests and continuous deployment, where constant refactoring is encouraged?
We are searching for a developer whose focus will be on our back-end, primarily working on integrations with restaurant point-of-sale (POS) systems. Integrating with third-party software is far from easy, so we’re looking for someone who enjoys solving tricky, real-world problems and who’s smart and gets things done (thanks, Mr. Spolsky).
Augment our back-end with more data and features to allow for powerful (and scalable) tooling and monitoring to be built on top.
Maintain and improve our existing POS integrations.
Develop new POS integrations, complete with unit/integration tests, documentation, and deployment artifacts.
You’d be working on a highly available platform, primarily coded in C# .NET with MVC 4 websites, REST API’s, integrations with third-party services and software, and a number of back-end services and automation tools. We use up-to-date tools such as Visual Studio 2012, ReSharper, Git and TeamCity as well as a number of modern open source frameworks including Dapper, StructureMap, and NUnit/xUnit.
New engineers get to spec and build their own development workstations, and we value comfortable chairs and quiet working conditions.
Passionate about technology
Good knowledge of C#, .NET Framework and object oriented concepts
Good knowledge of networking (TCP/IP, HTTP)
Some experience with relational databases and SQL, ideally SQL Server
Some knowledge of web technologies
Adept at writing automated tests and working under version control (we use Git)
Excellent English writing and communication skills
Legally permitted to work in New York
B.Sc degree or equivalent tertiary education
Experience with restaurant point-of-sale systems
Experience integrating with third-party APIs
Proficient in ping-pong, foosball, or beer-brewing