Junior Software Engineer

Lucid – a market research company which enables anyone, in any industry, to ask questions of targeted audiences and find the answers they need – fast. These answers can be used to uncover consumer motivations, increase revenue, and measure the impact of digital advertising. Founded in 2010, Lucid is headquartered in New Orleans, LA with offices in Dallas, New York, London, Sydney, Gurgaon and Brazil (Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro).

The Opportunity
Lucid seeks a Junior Software Engineer to join our Marketplace team in London (Old Street). As part of the Marketplace team, you will contribute towards building our core backend services. You will have an amazing opportunity to pick up Golang, Docker, Kubernetes and other cutting edge tech skills.

As part of the Marketplace team, you will contribute towards building our core backend services that are mainly written in Go, Python and running on Kubernetes. You will have a fantastic opportunity to work on developing RESTful web services to support both internal and external clients. Your work will involve writing reliable, maintainable and well-documented code that will scale to support millions of users.

Preferable skills
* SQL and Database skills
* Strong verbal and written communication skills
* Git, GitHub, and version control best practices

At Lucid we foster a collaborative and inspiring workplace. We pride ourselves in doing this by recruiting, hiring and retaining diverse, passionate, and forward-thinking talent. Lucid is committed to and encourages an inclusive environment and we are dedicated to providing equal employment opportunity regardless of race, colour, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know.

To apply send your CV and covering email to Martins Irbe on mirbe@luc.id or martins@irbe.co.uk.

Martins Irbe is a University of Kent (Medway) alumni and would be keen to hear from Kent Computing students.