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Solidity Engineer
full-time by Balancer

Solidity Engineer

build the next generation of Web3



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3 months ago

role overview

We are looking for a Solidity Engineer to help us innovate and build the next generation of Web3, on the smart contract side, across various new and exciting verticals, from protocol design to implementation, deployment, operation, and maintenance. This role will report to our Smart Contracts Team Lead.


  • work with our smart contract development team to develop and build new core smart contracts
  • brainstorming and ideating on new protocol designs
  • engagement and work with both internal and external auditing teams, and implementing feedback
  • evaluation and assessment of L2s and other scaling solutions.


  • minimum of two years of experience building and releasing secure and production-grade contracts in Solidity
  • minimum of four years as a software developer
  • experience in problem-solving with interest in building complex yet maintainable smart contracts
  • demonstrated experience shipping and deploying smart contracts on main-net and side-chains holding significant value
  • strong understanding of the EVM (Ethereum Virtual Machine) and the DeFi and Web3 ecosystem.

culture & perks

  • competitive salary + token incentives
  • highly flexible PTO
  • at least two on-site (in-person meetups) per year
  • experience at a leading DeFi protocol
  • with a remote team worldwide, you can work from wherever you want!
  • wellness & co-working stipends plus phone and internet reimbursements

about us

Balancer is an automated market maker, decentralized exchange, and liquidity pool protocol built on Ethereum that allows anyone to create or add liquidity to trading pools while earning customizable trading fees.

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