Intuit Credit Karma is a mission-driven company, focused on championing financial progress for our more than 130 million members globally. While we're best known for pioneering free credit scores, our members turn to us for everything related to their financial goals, including identity monitoring, applying for credit cards, shopping for insurance and loans (car, home and personal) and savings accounts and checking accounts* -- all for free. Credit Karma has grown significantly through the years: we now have more than 1,700 employees across our offices in Oakland, Charlotte, Culver City, San Diego, London and New York City.

*Banking services provided by MVB Bank, Inc., Member FDIC

As a software engineer on our product engineering team, you'll get to lead a growing team at Credit Karma that works across various verticals (home, auto, personal loans, and credit cards). You'll impact a platform that is responsible for handling millions of members accessing their Credit Karma accounts, including registration, login, SMS 2FA, and account recovery.  Further, you’ll help build product experiences that guide our members through the most challenging financial decision of their lifetime: buying their dream home. From finding a realtor, understanding loan options, and applying to get pre-approved, we help our members every step of the way. There is an enormous opportunity to build things at scale, move fast, and have a high impact across many different products. Credit Karma's Engineering team helps our partners deliver certainty, transparency, and ease to all of our members and youll be apart of a team building a suite of partner-facing products to deliver a seamless experience to our members.

What will you do?

  • As a full-stack software engineer, you will contribute to a wide variety of projects that power our business and help deliver value to our members.
  • We have a wide array of challenges — from building scalable systems to supporting new product features, to launching new experiences on both desktop and mobile web.
  • You’ll be a member of a small cross-functional scrum team and get involved in every aspect of the product development cycle.
  • You’ll work closely with product,design, and other engineers/teams and be in charge of the development of your product features--you'll figure out how they should be architected, design the DB schema, write the code, write the unit tests, and make sure that loose ends are tied up.
  • We are a growing Engineering team, yet we offer a great deal of autonomy and flexibility.
  • Identifying ways to improve our technology and process
  • Participating in code and technical design reviews

What’s Great About it

  • You’ll have a leading role in achieving a great mission: helping people reach their financial goals
  • You'll have lots of opportunity to break new ground, discover and tackle brand new challenges, and make key decisions impacting a large engineering organization
  • And, of course, you get all those awesome company perks that you probably already read about

What do we expect?

  • 5 to 8+ years of professional experience in at least one dynamic server-side language: TypeScript, Scala, Java, or similar
  • Experience in React, AngularJS or similar frameworks
  • Experience with GraphQL and Google Cloud a plus
  • A solid foundation in OOP, design patterns, algorithms, programming languages, networking and Linux operating systems.
  • Strong understanding of deployment strategies and production infrastructure needs.
  • Extensive experience in application scalability at any application tier.
  • Strong communication and leadership abilities.
  • You bring a strong sense of empathy, while still being able to challenge the status quo.
  • You're comfortable moving fast, and agile.
  • Opinionated and still able to compromise.

Benefits at Credit Karma includes:

  • Medical and Dental Coverage
  • Retirement Plan
  • Commuter Benefits
  • Wellness perks
  • Paid Time Off (Vacation, Sick, Baby Bonding, Cultural Observance, & More)
  • Education Perks
  • Paid Gift Week in December

Equal Employment Opportunity:

Credit Karma is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. We welcome all candidates without regard to race, color, religion, age, marital status, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical condition), sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression, national origin, veteran or military status, disability (physical or mental), genetic information or other protected characteristic. We prohibit discrimination of any kind and operate in compliance with applicable fair chance laws. 

Credit Karma is also  committed to a diverse and inclusive work environment because it is the right thing to do. We believe that such an environment advances long-term professional growth, creates a robust business, and supports our mission of championing financial progress for everyone. We offer generous benefits and perks with a single eye to nourishing an inclusive environment that recognizes the contributions of all and fosters diversity by supporting our internal Employee Resource Groups. We’ve worked hard to build an intensely collaborative and creative environment, a diverse and inclusive employee culture, and the opportunity for professional growth. As part of the Credit Karma team, your voice will be heard, your contributions will matter, and your unique background and experiences will be celebrated.

Please contact candidate.support@creditkarma.com if you are interested in employment with Credit Karma and need special assistance or an accommodation to either apply or interview for a specific role.

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