🤓 Backend Team Leader
🌍 Dashalne | 21 Rue Pierre Picard, Paris🖥 https://www.dashlane.com/
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Are you tired of typing in data including your passwords, address or credit card details on every device you use? Me too! So what if if you had an app that was designed to store all your crucial, sensitive data in a secured and patented way? Here comes Dashlane, a leading, award-winning password manager and digital wallet, intrinsically designed to make identity and payment simple and secure on every website and every device. Dashlane is a rapidly growing, tech startup using the world's best security and privacy architecture to simplify the lives of more than 3 billion Internet users worldwide!
We’re looking for a talented Backend Team Leader who will join our growing team in Paris.
You will be responsible for improving and bringing up to date the Dashlane’s current systems, processes and infrastructure necessary to support future growth and expansion plans. Therefore, we’re looking for an experienced lead developer to manage the backend team (Dev and DevOps) which is in charge of our whole API.
We want to hear from you if you…
- have experience in managing a team of practiced developers,
- track record of supervising critical services that need to stay up 24/7,
- are proficient in at least one backend programming language,
- have a good knowledge of relational and/or non-relational database(s),
- are fluent English speaker.
Bonus Points if you:
- are acquainted with Agile methodologies and with cloud platforms & DevOps processes,
- are aware of the security implications of your own work.
- competitive salary,
- stock options,
- high level of autonomy - you will put all knowledge that you have learned into action and decide on improving app features,
- a completely unique work atmosphere – we are an extremely passionate, multicultural team that really likes keeping things informal and spend time together even after working hours.
- participation in events all around the world.
Apply - we want to get to know you better!
In case of any questions, just drop me a line: