About MaxRewards

MaxRewards makes personal finance more rewarding. We are on a mission to unlock people's financial potential through automation and personalized insights.

Today, the MaxRewards app helps people unlock the full value of their credit cards. We automatically activate hidden credit card offers & perks, reveal the best card for every purchase and provide the most comprehensive aggregation of credit card accounts. In the past 12 months, our members have spent $7B and earned over $400M in rewards!

About This Role

We are looking to hire a talented Staff or Senior Software Engineer on our App & Backend team. As one of our first 20 employees, you will have the opportunity to shape not only our products, but also our company and culture. You will report directly to our CTO.

What You Will Do

  • Co-lead development of React Native mobile apps, ensuring high performance, quality, and responsiveness
  • Design, implement, and maintain scalable, secure, and efficient backend services using Node.js
  • Contribute to architectural and design decisions, striving for a balance between innovation and pragmatism
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams to define, design, and ship new features
  • Maintain code quality, organization, and automation
  • Participate in code reviews to ensure code quality and distributed knowledge
  • Help recruit great engineers and foster an engineering brand that attracts top-tier talent
  • Contribute to creating and improving engineering processes and establish best practices
  • Stay up-to-date with emerging trends in mobile app development and backend technologies

Who You Are

  • Driven: You take initiative wherever you can and are incredibly resourceful
  • Creative: You take unconventional approaches and are frequently experimenting with new technologies and techniques
  • Team player: You work well in a collaborative environment and have excellent written and spoken communication skills
  • Fast learner: You pick up and apply new concepts quickly
  • Empathetic: You deeply care about the product experience of our members
  • Biased Towards Action: You care more about progress than perfection and appreciate the urgency and speed required at a startup

What You Have

  • At least 3 years of experience developing consumer-facing React Native apps
  • At least 3 years of experience developing backend services, preferably in Node.js/Javascript
  • Expert understanding of modern Javascript and Typescript
  • Expert understanding of React Native design patterns and best practices
  • Expert understanding of building highly secure and performant products
  • Understanding of non-relationship databases like MongoDB
  • Experience at a start-up or agile development environment

Our Tech Stack

  • React Native
  • TypeScript
  • Node.js
  • MongoDB
  • AWS

Compensation

  • $140K–$180K base salary + 0.1% – 0.5% in equity compensation based on skillset and experience

Benefits

  • Health, dental and vision insurance with 90% of your premium covered by us
  • 401(k) match with 100% match up to 6%
  • Unlimited PTO

On-site benefits:

  • Height-adjustable desks
  • 27” Dell UltraSharp 4K monitors
  • Stocked fridge and snacks
  • Team dinners

Location

We are based in Atlanta, Georgia, and are looking for a candidate that can come to our Midtown, Atlanta office at least 3 times a week. We will make exceptions for exceptional candidates.

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