Branch is on a mission to help working Americans grow financially. We do this by helping companies accelerate payments and empower working Americans with accessible, fee-free financial services. We’re committed to building and delivering more inclusive and transparent financial products.

Come join our team as we develop new ways to improve the lives of working Americans. Our mission starts with empowering our own employees. Have a great idea? Share it today and it might just get implemented tomorrow. As a team member at Branch, your voice and creativity can directly impact the product and company. We not only attract great talent from across the country, but also build teams to help that talent to thrive. That means valuing a diversity of opinions and working styles, while creating a shared belief in innovation, initiative, and winning together.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Develop core components for our customer-facing Wallet product
  • Measure and optimize the performance, scalability, and uptime of backend services
  • Demonstrate and promote a culture of engineering excellence
  • Conduct design and code reviews and push the bar for engineering rigor and standards
  • Collaborate with product management, customer success, and customer support to deliver the best experience for our users
  • Focus on consistent, cohesive REST APIs and domain driven service design to facilitate and orchestrate service contracts

Qualifications:

  • Attention to detail and passion for doing great work
  • 3+ years of experience in building clean, well architected, distributed, and scalable software
  • Strong computer science fundamentals, with deep knowledge of data structures, algorithms, and software design
  • Strong command of Java and Java based services with Spring Boot
  • Experience designing and supporting internal and customer facing RESTful APIs
  • Design and implementation of relational database schemas running on PostgreSQL, MySQL, Oracle, or equivalent
  • Fluent with unit / integration testing concepts and tools including JUnit / Mockito, or equivalent
  • Experience with Docker, Kubernetes, git-flow, SonarQube for CICD a plus
  • BS in Computer Science or equivalent program

Benefits: 

  • Branch-paid medical, dental, and vision insurance 
  • Equity
  • 401k
  • Flexible time off
  • Paid company holidays
  • Paid parental leave

Working at Branch

A remote-first company with employees located all throughout the US, Branch emphasizes transparency, accountability, and trust to create a collaborative environment where our product, engineering, marketing, customer support, customer success, and sales teams can all thrive together.

Our teamwork has enabled us to become an award-winning fintech company, with Branch’s innovation and workplace recognized across industries. Branch has been honored by the Webby Awards, Benzinga Fintech Awards, Fintech Breakthrough Awards, the Star Tribune’s Top Workplaces, and EY Entrepreneur of the Year, Heartland, among others.  

Learn more about our culture, approach, technology, and people here: https://www.branchapp.com/about

Branch is an equal opportunity employer and we value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

Must be currently authorized to work in the USA without sponsorship or transfer. No 3rd-parties, please.

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