NDVR builds and analyzes sophisticated custom portfolios, optimized by advanced algorithms to boost expected return and efficiency. These sophisticated portfolios are delivered within an exceptional client experience that leverages elegant client-facing applications. Our tight-knit team is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts with a sizable presence in Budapest, Hungary, and is spearheaded by a tech industry veteran CEO who has led multiple companies from foundation through IPO.
About the Role
Our Portfolio Optimization Platform is the central piece of our solution, it runs our secret sauce.It puts the financial models (that our Research Team has produced)into action and provides the results to the delightful frontends (that our App Team develops) and 3rd-party systems. As our systems continue to grow in complexity and load, we are continuously leveraging new technologies and scalability best practices in order to fulfill the requirements.
As part of the POP Team you will be adding new functionalityto our microservices, design and monitor their interaction with each other and external systems, be responsible for them, plus have a say in where our solution and company as a whole should be heading.
Tech stack you’ll work with
Java 13+, Lombok, some python, react.js
Microservice Architecture, Spring Boot, Feign client
AWS, RDS, S3
Kubernetes and friends
+ any other technology that you suggest and is worth introducing
Proficiency in Java, strong affinity for Clean Code and Automated Testing
DevOps mindset (being responsible for how your solution runs in prod)
Fit with our “Earn, Learn, Have Fun” culture
Additional experience that could be useful
Domain Driven Design
JVM profiling, optimization of algorithms and data structures
Basic financial background knowledge
This is a unique opportunity to join a well-funded early-stage US-based fintech startup without the need to relocate from Hungary. As such, you can expect from us:
Smart and motivated colleagues
High velocity, great engineering culture
Flexible working hours and work-from-home availability