COVID Update - Even has begun to re-open its offices. Office use is available to anyone who the CDC has cleared to gather safely indoors without masks or social distancing. Employees may continue working from home indefinitely. Even is a Remote-Equal company. The experience of working 100% remotely feels the same as working from the office in all of the ways that matter: camaraderie, engagement, and opportunity.

The problem

More than half of American workers live paycheck-to-paycheck. Stuck in this cycle, they collectively lose over $120 billion each year on payday loans, bank overdrafts, and fees. We’re trying to fix that by building new financial services that make it easier to plan ahead, pay down debt, and save. And we’re doing it as a transparent, straightforward business that only profits when our members do.

The role

Data Engineers at Even build the data transformation pipelines & reporting infrastructure that serve our members and run our company. Besides writing, reviewing, and shipping code, engineers collaborate with others across the company, from product, design, and data to sales, compliance, and customer support. Data Engineers at Even are highly technical, communicative and emotionally intelligent.

What you'll do:

  • Building and maintain Even's data infrastructure
  • Develop and own Even's streaming data transformation pipeline
  • Manage our reporting tools
  • Collaborate closely with our Data Analysts
  • Tracking and defining metrics around performance

What you'll need:

  • 2+ years of related experience
  • Self-motivated
  • Love working with new tech
  • Passion for building stable and scalable solutions

Tools we use:

  • Languages: Python, Golang, Typescript
  • Data: DBT, DMS, Redshift, PostgreSQL
  • Infra: GitHub, Bazel, Docker

What you'll get from us:

  • The chance to work on a serious problem that affects more than half the U.S. population.
  • A culture that gives you the time and space required to build great things.
  • Competitive compensation, equity, and healthcare packages.
  • 401(k) with 50% match from Even on up to 6% of your salary.
  • A $5,000 annual educational stipend to invest in your learning and development.
  • A $500 annual stipend to use towards personal financial advice.
  • A $100 monthly stipend for health and wellness expenses.
  • A 5-year exercise window on stock options after 2 years at Even.
  • A flexible vacation policy and a team that understands building a company is a marathon, not a sprint. 
  • 3 months bonding leave for both birthing and non-birthing parents. An additional 1.5 months of fully paid leave for pregnancy disability.
  • A culture that gives you the autonomy you need to do great work, and the transparency you need to make good decisions.

Want to learn more about what we look for in a team mate? Check out this blog post written by our cofounder, Quinten Farmer.

Even is used by people of all backgrounds, and we believe the best products are built by teams that represent their users. We value unique contributions and actively welcome people of all backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives to join us at Even. We are committed to working with and providing access and reasonable accommodation to applicants with mental and/or physical disabilities. If you think you may require an accommodation for any part of the recruitment process, please send a request to: accommodations@even.com. All requests for accommodations are treated discreetly and confidentially, as practical and permitted by law.

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