About Figure

Figure is transforming the trillion-dollar financial services industry using blockchain technology. 

In three short years, Figure has unveiled a series of fintech firsts using the Provenance blockchain for loan origination, equity management, private fund services, banking, and payments sectors - bringing speed, efficiency, and savings to both consumers and institutions. Today, Figure is one of less than a thousand companies considered a unicorn, globally.

Our mission requires us to have a creative, team-oriented, and supportive environment where everyone can do their absolute best. The team is composed of driven, innovative, collaborative, and curious people who love architecting ground-breaking technologies. We value individuals who bring an entrepreneurial mindset to every task and will embrace our culture of innovation. 

Every day at Figure is a journey in continuous learning yet a daily focus on getting work done that makes a difference. Join a team of proven leaders who have already created billions of dollars in value in the FinTech space!

More about our recent Figure Series D Announcement

Here's our Blockchain Business, Provenance

You can also find Figure featured here: 

Forbes America’s Best Startup Employers

Forbes Top 50 Blockchain Companies

About the Role

We’re seeking a Back-End Software Engineer to architect and lead the build-out of microservices and middleware applications to support Figure’s blockchain-based Capital Markets platform, our online marketplace for trading digital securities. 

What You’ll Do

  • Support the design, development, and maintenance of high-performing, scalable applications in Kotlin
  • Implement clear, concise, and tested code 
  • Perform code reviews and provide valuable insight to the team 
  • Improve the development experience at Figure by enhancing development tools, test coverage, and/or code structure.
  • Drive innovative tech solutions adhering to iterative principles
  • Originate, champion, and execute new ideas for projects
  • Collaborate with project leads and other software engineers across multiple teams
  • Work on software solutions that will transform the consumer lending and blockchain space
  • Be a leader, use your voice, apply your tech skills to solve real-world problems

What We Look For

  • BS/BA degree, Computer Science major preferred
  • 2 + years of engineering/development experience in a fast-paced, agile environment
  • Proficiency in at least one language, ideally Java, Kotlin or JVM based programming, Kafka, React preferred
  • Proficiency in Java or Kotlin, JVM based programming, Kafka, React preferred
  • Team player with a positive attitude
  • Ability to succeed in a startup environment
  • Ability to drive a project from concept to release
  • Proficiency in Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Deployment (CD)
  • Familiarity with Iterative Software Development “If it’s not in production we aren’t iterating.”

Benefits To You

  • Competitive salary and growth opportunities 
  • Company quarterly performance-based bonus
  • Equity stock options package
  • An employer funded comprehensive health, vision, dental insurance, and wellness program for employees and their dependents
  • Employer funded life and disability insurance coverage
  • Company HSA, FSA, Dependent Care, 401k, and commuter benefits
  • Up to 12 weeks paid family leave 
  • In-office, remote, and hybrid work location options
  • Home office and technology stipend for those working outside of a traditional office more than 75%
  • Flexible time-off plan to empower employees to take the time off that they want and need
  • Continuing education reimbursement
  • Routine Team swag deliveries

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