Who is MANTL?

MANTL is a fast-growing NYC-based FinTech SaaS company on a mission to build technology that will help America’s financial institutions and their communities thrive. Think Shopify or Squarespace, but purpose-built for community banks and credit unions. We are drastically changing the landscape through modern banking software that empowers banks and credit unions to grow digitally. 

Our flagship product, Online Account Opening, has quickly become considered best in class in our industry, showing clear and material performance beyond any of our competitors. Suffice to say, our customers love MANTL. 

Since launching our first product in 2017, we have built several new products, thoughtfully grown the team, and have become cash-flow positive. 

Who makes up our team?

People are our most important asset and the number one reason we all love working at MANTL. As a team, we value accountability, transparency and collaboration. We have agile teams, with clear, outcomes-focused goals. 

We’re a group of passionate technologists with backgrounds spanning across engineering, product, and design. We support an open and transparent culture that helps foster productive and engaging discussions. We want to work with inclusive people who understand the importance of treating their colleagues exceptionally well - people who will gladly go out of their way to help others with things big and small.

We are always a work in progress and love hearing feedback from our team.

Sr Fullstack Javascript Engineer

MANTL is seeking a Sr Fullstack Javascript Engineer to help shape the future of banking technology. This role will be based in our NYC office or remote.

Who You Are:

You love writing APIs that solve complex business problems and building slick user interfaces that make end user workflows simple and easy. You are a Fullstack Javascript expert who knows user interfaces, application servers, and SQL databases inside and out. You know what version of Node.js is currently LTS, and have strong opinions about the latest ECMAScript constructs, linting, testing, code organization, interface design, error messaging, logging and all the other building blocks of a great software. You also love to teach other developers and thrive working on a team toward achieving a common goal.

Must Haves:

  • 5+ years professional fullstack web development experience
  • 2+ years writing Node.js professionally
  • 2+ years writing React.js professionally
  • 1+ year working with Docker professionally 
  • Professional experience working with SQL and database driven applications
  • Working knowledge of best practices in web security (cryptographic protocols, SSL, and so on)
  • Expert knowledge of git/GitHub
  • Deep knowledge of the browser environment - DOM APIs, HTML/CSS, etc
  • An appreciation and understanding of strong UI/UX design
  • Team player with strong communication skills
  • Hungry to carve out a name for yourself
  • Hacker mentality

 Nice to Haves:

  • FinTech experience
  • Experience working in an AGILE/SCRUM environment
  • Experience working at a small start-up 

Our Tech Stack

  • Google Cloud
  • Google Kubernetes Engine
  • Google Cloud Storage
  • Google Cloud Pub/Sub
  • Google Cloud SQL (Postgres)
  • Google Hybrid Networking (VPN/IPSec)
  • Github
  • Buildkite
  • Docker
  • Terraform
  • Kafka
  • Javascript (Node.js)
  • Javascript (React)
  • Typescript
  • Golang

Perks

Joining MANTL means joining an ambitious and exceptional team that solves complex problems every day. We provide competitive salaries and generous benefits including fully covered medical, dental and vision plans, an immediately available 401k plan, unlimited vacation, stocked kitchen & weekly happy hours.

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