Haskell Software Engineer

We are looking for a Haskell software engineer who is passionate about developer technologies and changing how the world tests and runs software. Cloudseal is an early-stage startup, a spin-out from academic research on reliable (deterministic) software execution. Our core technology is a new containerization mechanism for Linux/x86 programs that enables reproducible builds and functional tests that never flake. You will be joining a growing team with decades of collective experience contributing to developer tools, including the GHC compiler and ecosystem, as well as developer products at Intel and Microsoft.

Skills sought

We seek curious and independent people ready to become involved with every part of product development. We are a Haskell+Rust shop, corresponding to the high- and low-level components of our stack, respectively, with this position focused on the former. Familiarity with low-level Linux systems software is not required but would be a positive.

Experience with building services (authentication, billing) is a plus for this role. You should be comfortable with modern infrastructure essentials like AWS, Docker, CI, etc. and have passable sysadmin skills. Ability to work independently as part of a distributed development team is essential.

This full-time position carries an option for remote work (within the U.S.), but geographic proximity to Philadelphia, Indianapolis, or Bloomington, IN would be preferred. During a ramp-up phase we will work on site together at a higher rate (25-50% travel), after which in-person team meetups will be less frequent.

Benefits

  • Competitive salary & fringe benefits
  • Significant early-stage stock options
  • Flexible working hours and vacation time

Applying

Email your resume to jobs@cloudseal.io and please include the string "haskell-software-engineer-sp19" somewhere in your message.

In your message, let us know why we might be a good fit for you, and share links to your previous work, such as running websites/services or open source contributions.

Ryan Newton