CSHARK is a software development outsourcing and IT consulting company with clients around the world. Currently, we are looking for a Golang Developer to work for our client.
The client helps companies with digitalisation, process optimisation & automation using software development, cloud infrastructure, and machine learning/AI resulting in new insights, significant cost savings, and improved customer experience.
The main goal of this project is to develop a global tolling system of which many services are written in Go. The system is supporting all stages of billing road tolls from importing data from vendors, issuing notifications, billing payments to handling appeals and subscriptions. Our team is working with Go microservices architecture leveraging GRPC, GraphQL, SNS, SQS, S3 and CI/CD (Gitlab) with Terraform deployment definitions. We are focused on delivering secure, well-tested and performant software. Code reviews are part of our day-to-day tasks.
Some reasons why you would enjoy working with us
Relocation and business travel opportunity
Flat organizational structure – the Board is at your disposal
Big Parties (CSHARK's Birthday, Christmas)
Sport events and trips
Team integration budget
You can be an author of Mint Blog posts
The form of cooperation (B2B, UoP) depends on the projects
Flexible working hours
Remote work – the number of days depends on the project
Employee referral bonus between 3000 and 7000 PLN
Access to the company's library
Internal technical workshops
Soft skills training – leadership skills development
We organize Mint Slash Meetups, where you can also be a speaker
Good coffee and tea
Open and friendly atmosphere
No dress code
Work in Agile Methodologies
Safe place for two wheels
FAQs: Working at CSHARK
We put the frequently asked questions on working at CSHARK in this section. We hope it will be helpful!
What does the recruitment process look like at CSHARK?
It depends on the project. In all cases, there are at least two stages in the process. The first stage is a preliminary interview with our recruiter, who will lead you throughout the whole process. In the second stage, which is optional and depends on the project, we’ll ask you to take a test. The final stage is a face-to-face meeting with the recruiter who may be joined by a technical person or the leader of the project. After these two or three stages, you will make your decision.
How should I prepare for the first interview?
Before the interview, we’ll send you a short manual that outlines everything you need to know. Above all, you should pay attention to the following:
- Take a second look at the job offer. Perhaps you have some doubts or additional questions? We’ll clarify everything you’d like to know during the interview.
- Do not hesitate to explore our website before the interview - you’ll find a lot of useful information there.
- Be prepared to talk about your past work experience. We want to know what you’d been up to.
- Be ready to talk about formalities, including the length of the notice period, your salary expectations, type of contract and any other formal issues that are important to you.
We treat every interview as a bilateral meeting. We talk and we listen, trying to keep it at 50:50, so you will have plenty of time to talk about yourself and ask questions.
Is there a dress code?
No. At work, there are more important things than clothes, so feel free to dress comfortably.
Can I apply for work experience at CSHARK?
We don’t offer work experience placements on a regular basis. However, sometimes we recruit apprentices when new projects begin, so we encourage you to check our Careers page regularly for such openings.
Is it possible to work 100% remotely?
Again, it depends on the project. In some cases, it’s possible to work 100% remotely, in others, project teams are being built in one of our locations to allow collaboration on-site. In the latter case, team members are allowed to work from home up to 3 days a week. You will find out how much work can be done remotely during the first interview.
What will my career path look like?
At CSHARK, we operate in terms of seniority, so our employees work at Junior, Mid- and Senior level positions before they can become a Tech Lead and then Architect. At the same time, no career path at our company is engraved in stone. We support our employees’ professional development and thus opportunities to advance are always being considered individually. If we notice that you progress, we will be happy to discuss promotion opportunities. If our employee wants to make a change too, we are also open to talk about it.
Can I switch to a different project while I work at CSHARK?
Yes, it’s possible, but it won’t happen overnight. If you want to change the project, you will have to communicate this to your Line Manager first. You will talk to state the reasons for your desire to change, as well as your expectations regarding the new assignment. It will also be necessary to find a replacement before you transfer to a new project.
Will I have to travel for work?
Yes, in some projects we offer the opportunity to travel and work abroad, especially when working for a foreign client. However, working abroad is always voluntary. Unless we deem that a specific project requires relocation (which will be stated clearly in the job offer), you will never be forced to travel. We usually announce opportunities to work abroad internally and everyone interested is free to apply.
If I’ve been seeing a job offer on your website for a while, is it still valid?
We update our careers page regularly, so any offer that you find there is waiting for your application. If a role is related to our core technologies, i.e. C# and .NET, we constantly look for qualified staff, hence some offers (especially for .NET Developers) may be up for a longer period of time.
Can I apply if I don’t see an offer that matches my technical skills?
We encourage you to send your CV through Haven’t found what you are looking for? tab. We save every application in our database. When new vacancies pop up, we contact the candidates from that database in the first place. Patience is a virtue!
What’s the required knowledge level of English?
You have to be able to communicate freely within the team and with a client. There is no need to present a certificate, however, we will verify your knowledge of English during the interviews.
What’s the atmosphere at CSHARK?
We put people first. We know that the overall wellbeing of our employees will translate to success in every project, so we allocate time to socialize both offline and online. We regularly meet for a company breakfast or outside the office after working hours. Our current favorite is a virtual coffee meeting, for obvious reasons...
We try to create an environment that promotes work hygiene and offers development opportunities to our employees, so we often organize diverse challenging activities to keep our Sharks entertained. Recently, we’ve even launched a pilot massage program in our headquarters!
Is there a benefits package?
Our employees can also enjoy additional benefits. Some of the reasons why you would enjoy working with us are listed on this page, just scroll up to the relevant section.