Javascript Developer

Remote
  • $50,000 - $80,000 per year
  • October 5, 2020

Dock is developing a decentralized network for digital claims issuance using blockchain. This is an opportunity to join a tight-knit and internationally distributed team on a mission to empower the creation of verifiable, individual-owned claims across organizations and industries. All of our work is open source. We are looking for a full-time Javascript developer with blockchain and some DevOps experience to join us.

Requirements

  • Experience working with blockchains, ideally permissionless like, Ethereum, Cosmos, etc. If you’ve worked with Substrate, let’s talk.
  • Expertise in Javascript, we use ES6.
  • Experience with at least 1 JS framework like React, Angular, Vue.js. We use React.
  • Decent knowledge of HTML and CSS.
  • Decent experience with Linux command line and bash scripting.
  • Hands on with Docker.
  • At least beginner-level experience with at least one of the cloud platforms like AWS, Azure, GCP. We use AWS.
  • Independent thinker and problem solver. We are a small team and believe in taking ownership.

Nice to have

  • Expertise in one or more cloud platforms
  • Logging and monitoring tools like ELK, Prometheus, Grafana.
  • Experience with 1 or more scripting languages like Python, Perl.
  • Experience with Node.js.
  • Experience with Typescript
  • DevOps expertise. Familiar with:
    • One or more of them: Chef, Puppet, Ansible
    • One or more of them: CloudFormation, Terraform
    • One or more of them: Kubernetes, Amazon ECS, Google Kubernetes Engine, Azure Container Service.
  • Experience with Continous Integration and Deployment. We use Github actions.
  • Background in Infosec.
  • Experience with Rust.
  • Understanding of decentralized identity space, like DIDs, Verifiable Credentials, etc.

This is a remote role that can be performed from anywhere, some availability during morning U.S. hours is required for team meetings.

In order to be considered, include a summary of your current work activity (are you actively coding, architecting, etc) and access to your recent work (i.e. github, etc).