About the job Software Engineer Backend | Circular Services
Luxclusif is a preowned luxury fashion tech company, that enables brands and retailers to buy & sell used goods through innovation and technology. We have developed a unique Resale as a Service solution utilized by the world’s largest retailers, and are also a global distributor (B2B player) of pre-owned luxury fashion for businesses. We currently have offices and warehouses in Portugal, Estonia, the US, China, Japan, and the Philippines.
In December 2021, Luxclusif became part of the FARFETCH Group family of companies, which will help guide evolution and growth in this next chapter of our journey. Luxclusif upholds transparency, excellence, ambition, motivation, and teamwork as its core values.
We foster curiosity, by continuously providing our team members with avenues to explore, experiment, innovate and disrupt the current luxury resale model – in a nutshell, that is our essence.
Tech resale, circular economy & sustainability – all in one.
About the Team
You’ll be joining the Circular Services / Buyback Team to build the top-notch platform for Resale as a Service. Top-notch products are what we aim for, therefore you can expect a lot of direct collaboration with Product Managers in order to help them explore the best solutions, in both B2B and B2C spaces.
About the Role
As a Software Engineer - Backend, you will pair with our team of experienced engineers to help us build our API and Integrations environment for both internal and external clients. Hexagonal Architecture, API-First, Event-Driven, Automated Tests, CI & CD, Monitoring & Observability are some of the trend words you’ll see in your daily challenges.
You have at least 3 years of experience in creating web APIs in C# and .NET and have previously worked in a product-oriented environment. Automated tests are the baseline of every feature you deliver. Relational databases and their schema evolution is something you know how to tackle as well. You’re familiar with at least one of the following technologies: Kafka or another message queuing system; Azure or another cloud provider; Docker; GitHub Actions or another CI/CD tool. Hexagonal and Event-Driven Architectures are topics you have already at least read about and know some high-level concepts.
- Problem Solving
- Technical Credibility
- Software Architecture
- Intercultural Sensitivity
- Coaching and Mentoring