Who We Are

Our mission is to empower smarter tax decisions.

Our vision is to support every tax filing in the world.

We are building tax software that helps taxpayers save money in taxes across 20,000+ tax strategies and 6,000 tax forms.

Corvee helps solve two problems:

  • Taxpayers overpay in taxes by filing inaccurate returns based on their facts and circumstances
  • Taxpayers aren’t aware of tax strategies they could implement to save even more money.

With our incredible team, we continue to propel the mission forward to help taxpayers and tax advisors make smarter tax decisions.

What You’ll Do

Corvee is looking for an experienced Data Engineer to join our fast-growing SaaS remote team! Your task as the Data Engineer is to develop data conversion tooling and technology implementation to help our customers import data from other tax software providers. This includes data mapping, conversions, advanced reporting, and custom utilities across multiple product platforms.

Our Tax Planning Software services thousands of tax advisors users and tens of thousands of businesses and taxpayers. Unlike most tax software companies focused on compliance, Corvee helps users implement tax strategies that save users money on taxes. 

Key responsibilities include:

  • Build the tool to help convert tax returns & tax data from other tax software programs into Corvee
  • Work closely with the engineering team to scope, design, and code solutions, automations and integrations to convert tax return data from tax preparation software into Corvee
  • Work with the tax team to ensure proper mapping of data from legacy software into Corvee.
  • Research and analyze competitive tax preparation software to design and develop tax conversion processes.
  • Conduct final testing and sign-off of the conversion program to ensure accuracy and complete functionality for all tax products. 
  • Evaluate, refine, and enhance solutions to ensure quality of the user experience.
  • Document solution designs, architecture, and workflows, including documenting best practices.
  • Work with customer support and implementation teams to ensure a seamless customer onboarding process.
  • Troubleshoot, document, and resolve solution issues as needed for the built conversion tools and one-off customer issues

What You Need to Get the Job Done

  • Experience building data conversion tools
  • Strong proficiency with AWS.
  • Basic understanding of front-end technologies and platforms, such as JavaScript, HTML5, and CSS., Go or other programming languages such as Rust, Python, Ruby or Swift.
  • Previous experience building, implementing, consuming, and supporting APIs.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to contribute meaningful and accurate advice
  • Experience with implementing and integrating with monitoring and alerting tools
  • Willingness and ability to learn new tools and technologies quickly.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and ability to work directly with customers as needed.
  • Ability to make decisions on complex challenges based on sound judgment and outside-of-the-box thinking.
  • Maintain ego-free environment to help focus on solving the problem and developing solutions that will work for the long term. 
  • Ability to work on multiple projects at once, while meeting or exceeding tight deadlines.

Working At Corvee

We’re proud of our amazing high-growth and this is all due to our best and most important asset: our team!

If you’ve got passion and enthusiasm for a product and a desire to come to a fast-growing fintech company to make an impact, we’ve got the perfect opportunity for you!

  • Unlimited PTO Package
  • Company equity (Participation Units)
  • 401k Plan with company contributions
  • 100% Paid Health Insurance
  • Paid Parental Leave
  • Awesome Co-Workers!

Corvee is a 100% #remote company, and will continue to be digital-first.

We won't be changing our minds and going back to an office. Team members want flexibility, balance, and the freedom to work from anywhere, and we fully support that.

Our Core Values are:

  • Third Option Thinking
  • Radical Transparency
  • All In
  • Client Success Champions
  • Data Matters
  • Adventure Together
  • Outlearn & Outwork

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