We’re hiring a software engineer to join our backend-team to work on data and infrastructure. We’re working on some of the following engineering problems (and you can be part of the solutions):
With 30,000 transactions being processed each month and 15% of consumers choosing to pay with Yoyo instead of using cash or payment cards, you can work on real world problems that millions of consumers will use. We own the entire technology stack and give engineers the freedom to decide what technologies and tools to use — and how to implement scalable solutions.Our backend stack includes, but is not limited to: Python, Django, PostgreSQL, DynamoDB, RabbitMQ, Celery, Puppet, Fabric, AWS.
Working with more than 10 major universities and 15 well-known high-street names, we’re focused on being an agile and collaborative team, without too much process getting in the way. From continuous integration and peer-based code reviews, to internal hack days and regular two-week sprints, we’re always exploring new ways to work.
Our service-oriented architecture is built to support real-time, high-availability and high-volume transactions that consistently delivers sub-one-second response times at the point-of-sale. We regularly use bleeding edge, open-source technologies to solve problems and we also actively contribute to open-source initiatives and standards.
You should get in touch with us if you:
Why work for us:There are lots of reasons talented people are joining us:
Yoyo is building the future of mobile payments and transactional marketing. We’re a one-year-old technology-driven startup founded by senior executives from Visa, PayPal and Zopa. We’ve raised over $5 million dollars in funding from institutional investors, strategic investors such as Telefonica, as well as angel investors from the payment and retail sectors.
Job type: Permanent full time
Remote working possible: no
Level of experience required: 5 years+
Salary/package: £55k to £85k + options
This job is located in London, United Kingdom
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