Who We Are

Imprint is building a payments and loyalty platform from the ground up to serve modern brands and their customers. Imprint is backed by Kleiner Perkins, Thrive Capital, Stripe, Affirm, Box Group, and leading angel investors, including the CEOs of Skims, AllBirds, WarbyParker, Plaid, and NuBank. We are focused on building a brilliant team who want to change payments and who embody Imprint’s Values.

The Team

The Platform Technology Team works on software and services that democratizes and empowers teams across Imprint to use cutting-edge technologies. You will be part of a team of strong software engineers executing in an exciting, dynamic environment. 

Your Day-to-Day

  • Own the k8s infrastructure design and management of the core FinTech platform
  • Continuously building and improving our resilience and chaos framework to build bulletproof Fintech platform
  • Continuously building and improving our observability stack to provide the best visibility into our systems and businesses for our internal tech and business users with a focus on reducing MTTD
  • Continuously building and improving our CI/CD platform to provide the best experiences to our developers and reducing MTTR
  • Owning the key infrastructure decisions as well as guiding other technical decisions making and help to evaluate technologies that will scale both with the company and our user base
  • Work with our leadership team to craft a diverse engineering culture that is both inclusive and innovative
  • Work with technologies such as AWS, Go, Python, gRPC, Terraform, Kubernetes, Kafka, NoSQL and SQL databases

We Are Looking For Folks With

  • 3+ years of experience in Kubernetes with EKS, preferably in a fast-growing environment
  • Experienced with micro-service resilience design and implementation
  • Experienced with common observability stack such as Datadog, Grafana, Lightstep, and ElasticSearch.
  • Experience in managing and scaling distributed systems in AWS
  • Understanding of the Linux Operating System, standard networking protocols, and components
  • Experience with deploying, supporting and monitoring new and existing services, platforms, and application stacks
  • Excellent troubleshooting and problem solving skills
  • Familiarity with Infrastructure As Code
  • Acute drive to automate manual operations and to improve them through repeated iteration
  • Strong sense of ownership, urgency, and drive
  • Cute or embarrassing picture of them as a child to put on our intranet

Bonus Points

  • Experience in building payments related products
  • Experiences working with service mesh solutions such as Istio, Envoy or Linkerd
  • Experience with scale testing, disaster recovery, and capacity planning
  • Familiarity with microservices architecture and container orchestration with Kubernetes
  • Experience in building scalable, reliable CI / CD pipelines
  • Track record of managing mission critical, 24x7 production software systems

Perks & Benefits

  • Competitive compensation and equity packages
  • Leading configured work computers of your choice
  • Unlimited vacation policy
  • Fully covered, high-quality healthcare including fully covered dependent coverage
  • Additional health coverage includes access to One Medical and option to enroll in an FSA
  • 16 weeks of paid parental leave for the primary caregiver and 8 weeks for all new parents
  • An understanding that successful remote work requires flexibility and an appreciation for asynchronous work
  • Access to industry leading technology across all of our business units — stemming from our philosophy that we should invest in resources for our team that foster innovation, optimization, and productivity

Imprint is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. Imprint is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, disability, age, or other legally protected status. Imprint welcomes talented individuals from all backgrounds who want to build the future of payments and rewards. If you are passionate about FinTech and eager to grow, let’s move the world forward, together.

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