At Remitly, we help immigrant communities around the world send over $6 billion a year to their loved ones. Sending money is faster, easier, and costs less with our all-digital money transfer platform. We want to transform the lives of immigrants and their families by providing the most trusted financial service products on the planet. At Remitly, your work has a direct and positive impact on people around the globe. Your work matters, every day.
We’re looking for an experienced backend software engineer reporting to the Technical Lead to help us build the next generation of our fraud prevention systems.You will work on high impact projects across a variety of technologies with a focus on scalability and customer experience.
- Be part of an early-stage team of experienced backend developers
- Work with machine learning engineers, risk specialists and data scientists to build systems that reduce fraud and compliance risks
- Build backend software that is tasked to reduce customer friction while keeping customer's accounts safe
- Create flexible platform that would support the needs of multiple financial products for years to come
- Lead technical projects within the team, create designs and communicate them to engineers and product managers
- A degree in Computer Science, Engineering or a related field or equivalent experience
- 5+ years of engineering experience
- Desire to develop your skills in software development best practices, system design, software design patterns, algorithms and building great customer experiences.
- Expertise in one or more general-purpose languages like Go, Java, , PHP, C#, Python, or Ruby.
- Unlimited vacation policy
- Health, dental and vision insurance benefits.
- Company contributes to your HSA plan if you choose one.
- 401k plan with company matching.
- Free snacks, hot and cold beverages.
Remitly is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Individuals looking for employment at Remitly are considered without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, marital status, ancestry, physical or mental disability, veteran status, or sexual orientation.