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Senior Solidity Engineer
Confirmed live in the last 24 hours
Locations
Remote
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
Desired Skills
Node.js
AWS
Bash
Development Operations (DevOps)
Docker
Google Cloud Platform
GraphQL
JavaScript
Management
React.js
Terraform
TypeScript
Solidity
Requirements
  • First class collaborative ethos and personal attitude
  • 2+ years experience in Solidity development
  • 3+ years in general software engineering
  • Strong understanding of best practices in repo management
  • Familiar with Test Driven Development process in Solidity
  • Passionate about the DeFi space
  • Fluent in English
  • Experience working with yield accruing tokens/protocols
  • Previously deployed projects to Mainnet
  • Previous experience with HEVM
  • Familiarity with standard DevOps tooling
  • Familiarity with low level EVM concepts
  • Familiarity with fuzz testing
  • Familiarity with symbolic execution
  • All:
  • TypeScript
  • NodeJS
  • Ethers.js
  • Hardhat
  • Docker
  • Solidity
  • Frontend:
  • React
  • Backend:
  • Graph Protocol
  • GraphQL
  • Devops:
  • Terraform
  • Bash
  • GCP/AWS
Responsibilities
  • Produce high quality, performant, and well-tested Solidity code
  • Achieve comprehensive unit and integration test coverage
  • Write specs and review PRs
  • Design and ideation of new functionality
Maple Finance

11-50 employees

Crypto-capital network built on ETH/SOL
Company mission
Maple Finance is a capital-efficient corporate debt marketplace allowing institutions to borrow from Liquidity Pools funded by the Defi ecosystem and managed by experienced investors.
Benefits
  • Token allocation
  • 30 days paid time off inclusive of government holidays
  • Extreme flexibility to create your own working day
  • Both contract and full time opportunities
  • Can be paid in crypto if you desire
  • Annual trip to co-locate the Maple team
  • More planned as we grow and evolve
Company Values
  • Taking ownership
  • Focussing on execution
  • Driving innovation
  • Putting users first