Clearwater Development Department Highlights:

  • We host an annual development conference with 20+ presentations, labs and demonstrations
  • ‘Lunch & learns’ where teams will choose a topic or technology and dig in
  • Our developers attend conferences both locally and regionally
    • We also host our developer’s local user groups
  • The majority of our engineer’s day is spent solving challenging problems
    • We do our best to hire sharp engineers and let them be engineers
    • We have over 30 development teams working together in a micro services architecture and an Agile environment
  • We use cutting edge technologies
    • Our main code base is written in Java with a Microsoft SQL Server back-end
    • We also have some teams & projects utilizing functional programming languages like Clojure along with MongoDB
    • We lean on our engineers to keep their ear to the ground as we certainly want to hear if there are other tools out there that may be useful to us

What you'll be doing as a Sr. Software Engineer

  • Working on a team alongside other talented engineers developing quality software that is used by some of the world’s largest technology firms, fixed income asset managers, and custodian banks
  • Participate in Agile meetings to contribute with development strategies and product roadmap
  • Owning critical processes that are highly available and scalable
  • Producing tremendous feature enhancements and reacting quickly to emerging technologies
  • Encouraging collaboration and stimulating creativity
  • Helping mentor entry-level developers and/or development interns
  • Contributing to design and architectural decisions
  • Providing leadership and expertise to our ever-growing workforce

Requirements:

  • 6+ years of work experience as a Software Engineer within an enterprise environment
  • Fluent with functional, imperative and object-­oriented languages; knowledge of Java, Clojure, or JavaScript would be especially useful
  • Experience building complex web systems that have been successfully delivered to customers
  • Experience in communicating with users, other technical teams and management to collect requirements, identify tasks, provide estimates and meet production deadlines
  • Experience implementing and consuming large scale web services
  • Eagerness and willingness to learn new technologies

 

Desired experience and skills:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related field
  • Experience creating and consuming web services
  • Experience developing and designing a public facing API
  • Experience with database scaling and design

Benefits:

  • Access to cutting edge investment reporting technology and expertise
  • Continual learning and growth opportunities
  • Team focused culture that promotes innovation and ownership
  • Competitive salary and benefits package
  • Business casual atmosphere
  • Brand new office in the heart of downtown Boise

About Clearwater Analytics®

Clearwater Analytics® is the leading provider of web-based investment portfolio accounting, reporting, and reconciliation services for corporate treasuries, insurance companies, investment managers, and other institutional investors. Clearwater aggregates, reconciles, and reports on more than $2.7 trillion in assets across thousands of accounts daily. For more than a decade, Clearwater has remained committed to helping investors rethink how they approach their investment accounting and reporting challenges.

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