The Senior Engineer will be responsible for ensuring solutions for the KLEKT platform are well thought-out and defined, testable and ready for production. Working alongside other engineers and our development agency partners to ensure that we are making the right decisions to reach our long term goals, our engineers have a thorough understanding of their squad's domain and how it contributes to overall KLEKT business strategy.
Design and write code for features aligned with the overall KLEKT product roadmap
Write unit tests, as well as higher level tests for functional features
Handle expected edge cases and errors gracefully, as well as happy paths
Collaborate with teammates to overcome obstacles, resolve blockers, and complete work tasks
Conduct peer reviews and mentor teammates in an open, respectful, flexible, empathetic manner
Help to optimise the monitoring and alerting on the platform accordingly
Apply a security lens, eliminate security vulnerabilities both in the code and when providing peer reviews
Anticipate and communicate blockers or delays for work before it requires escalation
Participate in release planning sessions with the product team
You will contribute to the development of the KLEKT marketplace to ensure that we are building a secure and scalable platform that meets the needs of Buyers and Sellers globally. With extensive experience in high traffic, highly transactional services and business critical applications you will be hands-on and capable of evolving the architecture. You will know what good looks like and collaborating with your team will strive to ensure that we are constantly improving while continuing to make progress towards our objectives.
Nice to haves:
Bring pragmatic is critical to us achieving our goals. You will be well versed in being part of the decision making process to ensure that we are making the right decisions for the short, mid and long term.
Can do attitude
Attention to detail
Able to work independently and with autonomy
Confident communicator with technical and non-technical colleagues
Understanding the need to keep things simple
Passion for user experience and data over opinions
Willing to ask the “stupid” questions
Willingness to take responsibility and make things happen