About the Role:

As a Data Engineer at Papaya, you will join our growing team on our mission to alleviate the stress and anxiety around paying bills. You will build and maintain data infrastructure critical to business analytics and reporting for internal purposes and external clients using Snowflake and Python. You will work closely with fellow engineers, product managers, designers, and business stakeholders.

Flexibility, communication, and a willingness to learn are of the highest importance. Papaya believes that diversity helps build an inclusive culture where all team members can grow, contribute, and feel valued. If you agree, we’d love to hear from you!

Remote engineers in the continental United States are welcome to apply.

What you will do: 

  • Find creative solutions to technical problems
  • Work with technologies such as Snowflake, Python, Airflow and Looker
  • Write well designed, testable and reliable code
  • Contribute to code reviews and technical architecture discussions and documentation
  • Collaborate with product and other stakeholders
  • Build and maintain data pipelines to produce reporting for internal and external stakeholders

What you can bring: 

  • 3+ years of relevant experience on great engineering teams
  • Strong knowledge of data engineering principles and ETL
  • Strong knowledge of Python for ETL

Why Papaya?

Papaya started in 2016 with a goal to alleviate the stress of paying bills. We’ve adopted our phones for everything else, why not eliminate the need for calls, mailing checks, and tedious web forms? We are expanding mobile share of the $4T US consumer bill space, and are one of the fastest growing startups in Los Angeles. 

The key to our success? Our people. From engineering, sales, to operations, Papaya’s team is comprised of some of the most intelligent, humble, diverse, and resourceful people you’ll ever meet. With the help of successful investors including Sequoia Capital, First Round Capital, and Silicon Valley Bank; Papaya is building something special. Our impact-driven team receives competitive salary, benefits, equity, and agency. 

We love to celebrate our incredible group of hardworking employees - and it shows. We’re proud to say that we were voted one of Built In LA’s Best Small Companies to Work for in 2020 and 2021! Learn more and come join us. Find out what the next step in your career could look like here at Papaya.

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