Backend Engineer, All Teams - Minsk

3+ months agoMinsk, Belarus

At Lyft, our mission is to improve people’s lives with the world’s best transportation. To do this, we start with our own community by creating an open, inclusive, and diverse organization.

Lyft needs experienced software engineers from a scope of disciplines. Our team has a history of enabling rich and creative features that set the standard for the ride sharing industry. We improve and incorporate technologies that make the lives of our community more enriched. We are looking for an expert software engineer to join the Minsk Mapping team.

The Minsk Mapping team at Lyft is responsible for the platform that powers our routing and navigation. We are looking for backend server engineers with a passion for building highly scalable systems serving millions of users. You'll collaborate globally with software engineering, product, data science, analytics, and operations on programs that empower us to iterate quickly, delighting our passengers and drivers.


  • Help establish roadmap and architecture based on technology and our needs

  • Write well-crafted, well-tested, readable, maintainable code

  • Participate in code reviews to ensure code quality and distribute knowledge

  • Share your knowledge by giving brown bags, tech talks, and promoting appropriate tech and engineering best practices

  • Can help lead large projects from idea to positive execution

  • Unblock, support and communicate with internal partners to achieve results


  • 4+ years of software engineering industry experience

  • Experience with object-oriented programming 

  • Experience in distributed systems

  • Experience working with databases, relational or NoSQL

  • Write clear, scalable and clear design documentation

  • Design, build and improve a set of team owned components

  • Intermediate+ level of English 


  • Professional and stable working environment

  • Medical & Dental insurance

  • The latest technology and equipment you need

  • English classes with native speakers

  • 18 weeks of paid paternity leave. Biological, adoptive, and foster parents are all eligible.

  • 28 calendar days for vacation and up to 10 paid days off

  • Spacious office facing National Library + opportunity to work remotely 

Job ID: 5007008002