Remitly is on a mission to transform the lives of immigrants and their families by providing the most trusted financial products on the planet. For nearly 10 years, we have been tirelessly delivering on our promises to immigrants sending their hard earned money home. Today, we are incredibly proud to have served millions of customers globally with Remitly and our newly launched banking product, Passbook. We strive daily to meet our promise to our customers by building peace of mind into everything we do. Join over 1,300 employees across 9 offices who are growing their careers while having a positive impact on people globally.
The Passbook team is a startup within Remitly. We are building a new digital bank for immigrants and their families. The team is intensely customer-focused and comprised of startup veterans. It's all the best parts of an early stage startup accelerated by the assets and competitive advantage of Remitly.
We're looking for someone who enjoys shipping code and building products that customers use. You make people feel valued and are comfortable working across cultures and socio-economic classes. You can hear what's not being said and identify unspoken customer needs. You are an engineer who understands what it takes to build a product that solves a problem. You know how to work with designers and engineers to build products and prioritize.
Reporting to the Engineering Manager for Passbook, you will work in Java and Go codebases to bring exciting new features to our customers, while mentoring others, and making sure the team has the right tools to succeed. You'll help shape and build against a backlog of features designed to improve our product in creative ways.
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Remitly is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Equal employment opportunity has been, and will continue to be, a fundamental principle at Remitly. We are committed to nondiscrimination across our global organization and in all of our business operations. Employment is determined based upon personal capabilities and qualifications without discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, sex, gender identification and expression, marital status, military status or status as an honorably discharge/veteran, pregnancy (including a woman's potential to get pregnant, pregnancy-related conditions, and childbearing), sexual orientation, age (40 and over), national origin, ancestry, citizenship or immigration status, physical, mental, or sensory disability (including the use of a trained dog guide or service animal), HIV/AIDS or hepatitis C status, genetic information, status as an actual or perceived victim of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking, or any other protected class as established by law.