[Job] Soostone is hiring Haskell developers (NYC or remote)
Dear Haskell Cafe,
Soostone (http://www.soostone.com) is looking to hire for engineering positions in our Haskell development and operations team.
At Soostone, you will be crafting and deploying products with various AI and optimization elements dealing with large quantities of data at their core to transform the way our clients tackle opportunities in consumer intelligence, marketing and pricing. We aim to develop high quality, reliable software while moving fast, being pragmatic and constantly improving our capabilities. Haskell usually makes this a little easier and we're big fans.
We are located in New York City, but these are remote-friendly positions with little to no travel requirements. We will prefer candidates in North America, but will also consider qualified applications from elsewhere as long as the legal realities can be aligned. We are flexible in the work arrangement; depending on your jurisdiction and circumstances, these will either be direct hire or full-time contractor positions.
Day-to-day, you will be interacting with technologies/components/libraries such as:
A relatively large Haskell codebase (500+ modules) spanning multiple applications and several reusable in-house libraries/packages
200+ libraries from the Haskell ecosystem
Databases: PostgreSQL, Redis, DynamoDB
Analytics: Google BigQuery, tailor-made SQL EDSL/automation
A large suite of AWS and Google cloud solutions
APIs responding to millions of requests per day
Datasets spanning billions of rows
…and typical activities will include:
Collaborative architecting and software design around new features
End-to-end implementation of entire components, from first line of code to the test suite
Interfacing with other languages, API services, foreign interfaces/functions as needed
Opportunities to work on all aspects of our platform, including both backend and frontend
Design/implementation of DSLs/EDSLs that supercharge tedious elements in the ecosystem
Abstract functionality into libraries and other reusable tools that ease the pain for other developers
Be on the lookout for opportunities to contribute back to the community through OSS work
Candidates of all skill/experience levels are invited to apply and will receive consideration, although these positions are likely not ideal for Haskell beginners or entry level developers without any experience.
If you're interested, we encourage you to submit an application even if we've previously had conversations. If you have OSS contributions or a listing/linking of previous projects, please let us know as that's tremendously helpful to us in getting to know you.
Please see the link below for more detail on the position and to submit an application. You can also reach out to us at [hidden email] for any questions or ask here and we'll do our best to answer.