In Proffiz’s Formula 1 Senior Java Engineer is a driver who helps win titles. You will create everything customers business needs to accept payments, manage their finances, and pay recipients fast. You are going to be an important team player and your own success is the success of the whole crew!
Our client is an Australian startup that is growing rapidly and has already received a $70 million investment at Series A round.
Clients’ company, backed by leading VCs, is a team of experienced payment and tech industry professionals who are aiming to redefine business banking and the way Australian businesses get paid by their customers. With an exciting roadmap of innovative products under development, they are building a high-performing team to take on the incumbents.
Most of the words that describe the banking industry are quite difficult and serious. But we can assure you that it can be more accessible.
What if we say that you can do so many things by using just one system? Project on which you will work on is going to make business processes better and simpler:
> free transaction account in few minutes
> purchase terminal
> no paperwork
> no-lock contracts
> no annual fees
It’s all about making people’s lives as business owners much simpler. If you are passionate about innovation, thrive in fast-moving environments, love challenges, hate bureaucracy, and can’t think of anything more exciting than disrupting the banks, they’re putting together a team you might want to join.
Don’t miss the chance!
> 4+ years of Java experience
> Experience with microservices architecture
> Knowledge of noSQL databases
> Experience with cloud environments (preferably AWS)
> Good with API and its design/protocol
> At least intermediate strong level of English
The project started in 2020 and has grown by 50% over the last 6 months (100 people worldwide). You will be part of a great international team that consists of 6 people on the Proffiz side and more experts working from other locations, including React, TypeScript, Java, Android, AQA and DevOps engineers
The race begins with a warm-up lap — you may call it — onboarding. During the warm-up lap, you meet the HR-manager who solves various organizational questions, guides you to the office, adds you to internal communication channels, provides you with the needed equipment, etc. Then meet the client, the team, drink a cup of tea or coffee and start exploring the project.
After a warm-up lap, you are ready to the race in which you should:
> develop, architect and support cloud native, highly available, robust and secure payment applications in the AWS environment
> use Domain Driven Design to understand the business and model it accurately
> HR Interview (30 minutes)
> Technical interview
> Client interview
Let us know if you require any accommodations for the interview process, and we`ll do our best to assist.
> Flexible working hours
> You can work remotely, from the office, or mix both
> Spacious technically equipped workplace
> Regular Performance Appraisals
> Free English courses
> Medical Insurance
> Access to online courses
> Corporate events, tech talks and so on