dv01 is the world’s first end-to-end data management, reporting and analytics platform offering loan level transparency and insight into lending markets, making them more efficient for institutional investors and safer for the world. In a nutshell, we’re doing our part to prevent a repeat of 2008.

As the technological hub between lenders and capital markets, dv01 provides all parties with unprecedented data transparency, insight, and analytics. dv01 has integrated data from 16 marketplace lending platforms, including LendingClub, Prosper and SoFi and multiple mortgage servicers. To date, dv01 has provided reporting and analytics on $105 billions of online lending and mortgage loans and $1.4 trillion of securitization coverage.

To get a better idea of what a year at dv01 looks like, check out our 2018 Year in Review page here: https://dv01.co/2018yearinreview/. If that looks like fun to you, get in touch because we'd love to hear from you.

YOU WILL:

Bring transparency to the financial markets: You will bring transparency to $13T of consumer lending by enabling our customers at banks, hedge funds, and credit originators to quickly extract insights from large private and public datasets.

Develop using a modern, open source stack: You will develop on top of a software stack that includes React, Redux, D3, Node.js, Scala, and Spark. We continuously evaluate and adopt new open source technologies to solve customer needs, so the skills you develop here will serve you well beyond dv01.

Interact with a diverse team: You will collaborate closely with other teams at dv01 to create great products. This includes working closely with the product team to understand the customer story, design team to understand the motivation behind the UI/UX, and the data engineering team to understand the most efficient way to query that data.

Gain knowledge of the financial industry: You will have an exclusive view in to the system that enables Americans to afford houses, cars, and college. You will learn about the participants, terminology, and mathematics behind this sector of the financial markets.

YOU ARE:

A well-rounded engineer with 3-5 years of experience: You have a deep appreciation for engineering fundamentals. You understand the importance of writing tests, designing systems for long-term maintainability, and evaluating both sides of common engineering considerations.

Design-oriented: You value beautiful design and intuitive UX. You enjoy working directly with designers and product specialists to make the customer experience amazing.

A visualization enthusiast: You are a data enthusiast and understand the value of visualization in communicating data insights. You have experience using D3.js, SVG, or Canvas API to create visually stunning and insightful graphs and charts.

Curious to expand your financial knowledge: You are excited to learn more about the intricacies of the financial system. You are adept at learning on the job and unafraid to dive into technical finance books.

BENEFITS & PERKS:

  • Almost 100% paid benefits (medical/dental/vision)
  • $1k annual professional development stipend 
  • $130 Monthly Commuter Budget
  • Daily lunch and dinner allowance via Seamless
  • Free premium Equinox or ClassPass membership
  • Unlimited PTO and remote days
  • Free snacks and beverages
  • Company outings (Happy Hours, Holiday Parties, Team Yoga, Book Club, etc.)
  • Casual, collaborative culture

dv01 is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants and employees will receive consideration for employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin or ancestry, citizenship, veteran status, membership in the uniformed services, disability, genetic information or any other basis protected by applicable law.

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