Askuity is a Toronto-based retail analytics software company operating as an innovative new division within The Home Depot. Askuity’s mission is to enable suppliers and merchants at The Home Depot to make profitable, data-driven decisions and drive real-time execution.

Askuity is seeking a Senior Back End Developer eager to join our growing team. As a member of the development team at Askuity, you will help drive the technical direction of our industry-leading analytics platform that has a meaningful and immediate impact on our growing customer base. If you’re committed to great work and are constantly looking for ways to improve the systems you are responsible for, then we’d love to hear from you.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Get deeply involved in our technical direction while delivering well-tested, performant, and maintainable code for our data powered SaaS platform
  • Gain an understanding of the real-world problems of our users to help build a great product that exceeds the expectations of our customers
  • Collaborate with product stakeholders to understand, design, and implement product features and realize our product vision to help our customers make better sense of their retail data
  • Deploy and run software in Amazon Web Services
  • Evaluate new technologies and assess their suitability to solve challenges of today and into the future

Experience/Knowledge Required:

  • Experience building service-oriented architectures and web applications – we have a lot of things that are HTTP and REST-based
  • Proven experience as a successful technical leader in a highly collaborative environment
  • Strong, hands-on technical expertise and demonstrated ability to design and implement reliable, scalable, high performing solutions
  • Proven experience working with AWS and/or GCP products, optimizing performance and costs

Tech Stack:

  • Functional programming – Scala, Kotlin, Elixir, Erlang
  • Play framework
  • GCP preferred but AWS is also a nice-to-have
  • SQL – PostgreSQL, OLAP
  • DevOps – Docker, Kubernetes