Pinwheel - Building a fairer financial system by unlocking API access to payroll systems.

At Pinwheel, we believe that unlocking API access to payroll systems helps build towards a fairer financial system. Most people's money can be traced back to a payroll system (e.g., ADP, Paychex, Gusto) — meaning those systems sit at the top of the financial stack and harbor a wealth of income and employment data, and tapping into them offers limitless possibilities. Here are just a few ways Pinwheel's solution helps our customers and their end users:

  • Enable real-time, seamless direct deposit switching within a bank's UX, driving LTV and account profitability for banks, and giving users control over where their paycheck goes
  • Let consumers share their income and employment data directly with lenders, no paperwork required — speeding up the process and delivering the high quality data lenders need in real time
  • Allow borrowers to repay their loans directly from their payroll — massively de-risking loans for lenders and allowing customers to access fairer interest rates

What are we looking for?

The Pinwheel Integrations Team is responsible for building and maintaining integrations to hundreds of 3rd party payroll systems. The team has grown rapidly over the past year and will continue to do so. We are now looking for an engineering manager to help scale and manage a distributed team of diverse and talented engineers.

What you will be doing?

  • Work alongside product managers and other engineering managers to prioritize and delegate work.
  • Maintain a high bar for engineering talent by working with the recruiting team to screen and interview for top-tier candidates.
  • Help unblock engineers on technical issues as they arise.
  • Conduct frequent check-ins with engineers to address any concerns they may have.
  • Manage the performance of engineers by setting goals and working with them to achieve those goals.
  • Last but not least, you will be doing technical investigations and writing code! Engineering Managers at Pinwheel remain technical and are expected to contribute to our codebase.

What skills are necessary?

  • 4+ years of experience writing code for backend services.
  • Prior tech lead or engineering management experience.
  • Proficient in writing backend code in python or similar server-side programming language.
  • Experience working with authentication mechanisms, web crawling, and data collection/parsing is strongly preferred.

Why join Pinwheel?

Best Time to Join - Our company is small but well-funded, meaning you get the upside of starting on the bottom floor with minimal risk.

Be a Cultural Founder - You will have an active hand in molding the company culture and being a part of the entrepreneurial journey.

Build Something Revolutionary - Help build the consumer data infrastructure of the future.

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