Blockchain Application Engineer
About the job

This job posting is for a blockchain developer. It is expected that candidates can demonstrate senior software engineering experience, including at least 2 years recent experience on blockchain projects.Candidates with only academic blockchain experience will be considered, but knowledge of technologies and provable working code is essential.

Job Details - Blockchain Application Engineer

You will be working on a hybrid public/permissioned blockchain in the security token / digital asset security space. More information can be provided to interested and experienced candidates.


It is expected that you have done at least one of the following:

  1. Worked in a substantial capacity on a blockchain project at the protocol level where your code has been shipped to a public (or widely used private) network.
  2. Worked on more than one distributed application where you have designed, developed and delivered non-trivial smart contracts and supporting application layer systems.
  3. Have worked on (non blockchain) distributed systems at an expert level and have developed an understanding of blockchain with some shipped blockchain code.
Skills and Qualifications

In addition, you must have:

  • Smart contract design, development and prototyping experience (including in Solidity)
  • Excellent understanding of blockchain fundamentals
  • Worked on blockchain projects for at least 2 years
  • Senior engineering experience (7+ years) in a related field

Preferably, you also have:

  • Shipped or worked on open source public blockchain networks
  • Experience working in more than one smart contract language

Additional nice to haves:

  • Experience with Substrate or Polkadot
  • Experience on projects that use hybrid permissioned/public blockchain networks
  • FinTech experience (not necessarily blockchain)
  • Experience deploying, managing and using blockchain nodes (blockchain ops)
  • Experience of cross-chain considerations (e.g. bridging, pegging, locking techniques)
  • Familiarity with Node.JS, Go or other contemporary server-side frameworks and languages
  • Familiarity (or better) with Rust