dv01 is lifting the curtain on the largest financial market in the world: structured finance. The $16+ trillion market is the backbone of everyday activities that empower financial freedom, from consolidating credit card debt and refinancing student loans, to buying a home and starting a small business.

dv01’s data analytics platform brings unparalleled transparency into investment performance and risk for lenders and Wall Street investors in structured products. As a data-first company, we wrangle critical loan data and build modern analytical tools that enable strategic decision-making for responsible lending.  In a nutshell, we're helping prevent a repeat of the 2008 global financial crisis by offering the data and tools required to make smarter, data-driven decisions resulting in a safer world for all of us. 

More than 400 of the largest financial institutions use dv01 for our coverage of over 75 million loans spanning mortgages, personal loans, auto, buy-now-pay-later programs, small business, and student loans. dv01 continues to expand coverage of new markets, adding loans monthly, and developing new technologies for the structured products universe. 

To get a better idea of what a year at dv01 looks like, check out our 2020 Year in Review page here: https://dv01.co/year-in-review/2020/ If that looks like fun to you, get in touch because we'd love to hear from you.

YOU WILL:

Be at the heart of dv01. You will operate as the bridge between the engineering and finance teams, contributing to a variety of integral processes that drive dv01 on a daily basis. Every new dataset that gets integrated within dv01 will have your fingerprints all over it.

Be an owner of dv01's most valuable asset. You'll own the business logic in our data pipeline, encapsulating all the knowledge we've accumulated across hundreds of datasets. The output from the pipeline powers all of dv01's customer offerings and is critical to the success of our business.

Be customer-facing. You will have direct exposure to high-level contacts at hedge funds, banks, and asset originators, providing valuable insights to help them answer complex questions.

Work with state-of-the-art technology. You'll work with popular, modern, and exciting open source technologies like Apache Spark and Airflow. The skills you develop here will serve you well beyond dv01.

 

YOU ARE:

A well-rounded engineer. You have 5+ years of professional programming experience with Apache Spark, Scala, Java, R, or Python. You are able to write thought-out code while accounting for resource and performance constraints and are also capable of performing ad-hoc data investigations with SQL.

Interest and experience in both engineering and finance. You're looking to grow your skills in both disciplines and are excited about the synergies between finance and technology.

Knowledgeable about consumer credit. You understand how investors evaluate loan portfolios and the complexities of amortization, prepay, and default. You strive to further your knowledge in the credit market.

Excited about big data. You should have 5+ years of professional engineering experience working with large datasets, with exposure to large datasets related to loan products an added plus. You enjoy working with data, from expressing complex business logic as scalable data processing logic to configuring and debugging intricate big data pipelines. You love the intricate details of a thorough investigation, but also stay aware of the bigger picture while operating across multiple threads of work.

Undergraduate or graduate degree in Finance, Math, or Engineering. Note that we're not anti-dropouts if you're a superstar.

BENEFITS & PERKS:

  • Highly collaborative culture (weekly town hall meetings, virtual cross-team coffee hour)
  • Almost 100% paid benefits (medical/dental/vision)
  • 401K 
  • Continuous learning (prototype/hackathon day, brunch & learns, Scala overviews)
  • Weekly $100 lunch allowance
  • Free premium Equinox membership or Annual Fitness Fund
  • Professional Development Reimbursement 
  • Unlimited PTO
  • Company virtual events (Happy hours, game nights, team qi gong, book club, etc.)

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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