Join us and help change the future of finance.
Most of the banking world is exclusive, opaque, and not particularly technology-friendly.
We're trying to change that - we want to lower barriers to entry for fintechs by providing easy access, clear documentation, and transparent pricing.
Our offices are just off Moorgate in central London, but our engineering workforce is distributed. We're currently prioritizing local hires, but are open to remote for exceptional UK/EU/US candidates.
We're hiring for multiple roles, including, but not limited to:
As a backend engineer you'll be responsible for building out our core banking systems, which are responsible for handling compliance as well as managing accounts and transactions.
As a wholesale bank, we're building for scale from day one - our infrastructure has to scale to tens of thousands of requests per second, with all systems fully correct and available.
We'll also need fully-functional integrations with a half-dozen different payment rails such as Faster Payments, Direct Debit, CHAPS, and various card networks.
Our technology stack is Clojure, Kafka, Postgres, and Kubernetes.
As an infrastructure engineer you'll be responsible for building and maintaining the infrastructure that hosts all of our services. This includes installing, maintaining and monitoring services such as Kubernetes, Kafka, various AWS services, monitoring, logging, disaster recovery, chaos engineering, encryption, ACLs and network rules.
If you don't want to be pidgeon-holed doing only devops, that's fine! Up to 50% of your time can be spent on backend development.
As part of the product team, your job will be to liaise with customers about what their needs are and to help translate those into product specs, working with the development team to guide feature development. You can expect to acquire an intimate knowledge of relevant banking regulations along the way.
Day-to-day responsibilities include researching and writing feature qualifications documents, responding to regulation-related questions from the development team, and reviewing features delivered by the development team.