Web3 SDK Engineer

Engineering · Full-time · Austin, United States

Do you want to be at the forefront of new technology? Do you want to work for a high-potential, venture-backed startup prioritizing social and environmental good? Topl is an impact technology startup.

We need experienced engineers to build a cutting-edge blockchain network to unlock economic growth and social advancement around the world. We are an ImpacTech company building a blockchain ecosystem to enable organizations to prove and monetize sustainable and ethical practices.

What you’ll do

As an SDK Engineer with Topl you will develop and maintain Brambl, Topl's open-source web3 developer libraries. We currently support Scala, JavaScript, Python, and Dart. Interested candidates must have experience in Scala and demonstrate readiness to cover all supported languages.

Additional Responsibilities Include

  • Work with a highly skilled team of engineers in an agile environment

  • Contribute to the design and architecture of Topl's external developer resources

  • Collaborate closely with Topl’s management to meet project deadlines

  • Create and maintain comprehensive documentation

  • Perform and participate in code reviews

  • Communicate and implement best practices across the engineering team

What You'll Bring

  • You have 3+ years of professional software engineering experience. Experience with highly decentralized and distributed systems

  • Experience in building complex SDKs and APIs

  • Experience with Scala and one or more of the following languages: Go, Kotlin, TypeScript, Dart, Python

  • Advocate of clean, well written code

  • Excellent communication / collaboration skills

  • You have worked with containerization tools such as Docker

  • You have enthusiasm for Topl’s mission to positively impact the world with technology

  • You want to build more than just a product. You also want to help build good culture and best practices at an emerging company

Bonus qualifications

  • Understanding of blockchain technology

  • Contributor to the open source community; you're likely to write blogs, attend tech meet-ups and conferences

  • You have previously created tools and APIs for external developers

  • You’ve spent at least 1 year leading a team of your fellow engineers

We Offer

  • Competitive salary and additional equity plan

  • Medical, dental, and vision plans

  • Flexible vacation and office policy

  • Casual but focused work environment

  • Opportunities for professional development including conferences and hackathons

  • Culture that embraces diversity and open discussion

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