This job board retrieves part of its jobs from: Emploi Étudiant | Toronto Jobs | Work From Home

Tech jobs every day in Canada!

To post a job, login or create an account |  Post a Job

   Canadian Tech jobs   

Website updated every day with fresh jobs in the IT industry

Slide 1
Slide 2
Slide 3
previous arrow
next arrow

Software Engineer, Backend

ecobee, Inc.

This is a Contract position in Vancouver, BC posted January 23, 2023.

Who You’ll Be Joining: The Energy Services team’s vision is for thoughtful homes to work together for 100% clean and affordable energy.

Our team is entirely focused on planet positivity, and you will be a key stakeholder in bringing that vision to life.

eco has already helped millions of users use cleaner and cheaper energy and is growing fast to keep energy costs low for more homeowners across North America.

The eco product is used by more than 70 utility partners and is revolutionizing how the grid responds to peak demand, thanks to Machine Learning models that optimize comfort and energy savings for customers.

You will join a growing team where you will be helping shape a culture that empowers the team to make great technical decisions, drive strategic choices, actively improve on our processes, and mentor others.

You will be working closely with the marketing and sales teams, hearing client feedback firsthand, allowing you to collaborate with the Product Manager to consistently improve the product and the roadmap.

The team is highly data-driven and is consistently focused on improving our culture and processes.

You’ll benefit from monthly learning days, regular guest speakers from the energy industry, strategic offsites, as well as other opportunities for growth and development How You’ll Make an Impact: As a Backend Developer, you’ll use leading-edge technologies to innovate high-load, highly concurrent, server applications that directly impact ecobee’s success.

We encourage the freedom to investigate and evaluate new technologies to solve complex problems.

As a result, your input will have a significant impact on our company and objectives.

You are not only familiar with how to get your code “live”, from getting it reviewed, merged, then deployed on the cloud or in a data center, but also be able to see where improvements can be made.

You care deeply about the stability of what you build so our customers have a great experience 24/7; this means being on a team that believes in and relies on metrics, a healthy on-call rotation to react to anomalies, and in general, creating wonderfully robust systems.

What You’ll Bring to the Table: Finding new and better ways to solve complex problems Ability to dive into issues of scale, concurrency, massive data sets, security, redundancy, failover, and everything else in between Experience implementing and debugging microservices, using SQL databases, and leveraging Google Cloud Platform/AWS tooling and services We use Go and Java
– so you’re not shy of mixing it up because you understand the importance of “the right tool for the right job” Understanding of the craft of software development
– automated testing, continuous integration and deployment, design patterns, etc.

We’ve built the following list as a guideline for some of the skills and interests of our development team
– but we strive to build our team with members from diverse backgrounds and skill sets, so if any combination of these apply to you, we’d love to chat What happens after you apply: Application review.

It will happen by an actual person in Talent Acquisition.

We get upwards of 100 applications for some roles, it can take a few days, but every applicant can expect a note regarding their application status.

Interview Process: A 30-minute phone call with a member of Talent Acquisition A first-round virtual interview with a few members of the development team in a pair programming exercise (we also have the option of a take-home technical test) The final round will be an interview with a cross-functional group of ecopeeps
– expect technical, behavioural, and situational questions.