About Nubank

Nubank was founded in 2013 to free people from a bureaucratic, slow and inefficient financial system. Since then, through innovative technology and outstanding customer service, the company has been redefining people's relationships with money across Latin America. With operations in Brazil, Mexico, and Colombia, Nubank is today one of the largest digital banking platforms and technology-leading companies in the world.

 Today, Nubank is a global company, with offices in São Paulo (Brazil), Mexico City (Mexico), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Bogotá (Colombia), Durham (United States), and Berlin (Germany). It was founded in 2013 in Sao Paulo, by Colombian David Vélez, and cofounded by Brazilian Cristina Junqueira and American Edward Wible. For more information, visit www.nubank.com.br.

 

About the team

The IT System team is responsible for increasing the coverage of the process automation, developing and implementing integrated solutions across the corporate systems architecture of Nubank. A few responsibilities of the team:

  • Design technical systems architecture solutions and implementation to meet BUs needs;
  • Analyze current technologies and define the solution architecture roadmap evolution and optimization;
  • Design and implement the integration architecture;
  • Overseeing package development and implementation of programs;
  • Work to optimize user experience (UI, UX) with technology;
  • Perform cost analysis of IT systems upgrades (BSC, SWOT analysis);
  • Drive innovative technology solutions: research, recommend, and install new technology applicable to Nubank's environment;
  • Define contract model and conditions for IT service application acquisition;
  • Application management for internal teams and external contracts. Account for possible project challenges on constraints, including risks, time, resources, and scope;
  • Integration plan and execution of the systems architecture existing at new companies acquired and international expansion.

 

What are some examples of problems an IT Systems Engineer will solve?

  • Build scalable and resilient systems/applications;
  • Work in a complex environment with several applications integrations; 
  • Lead the construction and enhancement of an integration platform.

 

Basic and Preferred Qualifications 

We are looking for an IT Systems Engineer with a solid track record building scalable and resilient systems/applications in a complex environment with several applications integrations. 

Don't worry if you don't know all of it! Having experience in some of it and being willing to learn is enough to apply.

Basic qualifications:

  • Cloud computing experience (Preferably AWS);
  • Microservices development;
  • Professional working English;
  • Great logical programming skills;

Preferred:

  • Clojure or functional language experience 
  • Serverless computing (Preferably AWS Lambda)
  • Integration middleware of SAP, Oracle, and ServiceNow
  • Monitoring tools utilization and dashboards creation
  • Continuous integration and deployment (using AWS is an advantage)
  • Event-driven architecture experience 

 

Core Benefits

  • Health, dental and life insurances
  • Meal allowance
  • Transportation assistance
  • 30 days of paid vacation
  • Chance of earning equity at Nubank
  • Parking partnership - discounted parking in our office
  • Free bike parking with showers available
  • NuCare - Our mental health and wellness assistance program
  • NuLanguage - Our language learning program
  • Gympass partnership
  • Extended maternity and paternity Leaves  
  • Child care allowance
  • ‘Espaço Feijão’- Private nursing and breastfeeding spaces in our buildings
  • Onsite Health Center - Medical support for every Nubanker in our office

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