Ramp is building the modern financial stack that enables companies to accelerate growth without compromising on their finances. We’re on a mission to uncover and eliminate waste before it undermines our customer’s goals. We make financial rigor easy by enabling real-time visibility and understanding of every dollar spent.

Ramp was founded by the same team who built, scaled, and sold Paribus to Capital One, enabling automated savings on online purchases and putting over $100 million back in consumers’ pockets every year. We are backed by Founders Fund, Coatue, and Box Group, as well as over 50 founders of leading companies.

About the Role

Ramp is, at its core, an engineering company, and is on a mission to build the best engineering team in NYC! We are looking for frontend and full stack engineering interns (12 weeks) who are excited to be part of our early story and help us build a diverse and vibrant tech community in the city. We hire engineers with a broad set of technical skills, who are highly cross-functional, and eager to solve a wide range of engineering challenges. Our ideal candidate has a strong sense of ownership and enjoys owning projects from inception to scaling it in production. We value people who take pride in their work, and show an aptitude for learning quickly whether they’re familiar with our stack or not. As an early employee, you'll be working with a nimble team of committed and talented engineers and having a large, long-term impact on technical design and engineering culture.

What You'll Do

  • Build performant, beautiful, and usable interfaces that solve for growing businesses with complex needs
  • Ship products and services in cross-functional teams
  • Work with sales and business teams to incorporate and productize customer feedback
  • Help establish engineering process, tools, and systems that will allow us to scale the code base, productivity, and the team

What You'll Need

  • Currently pursuing a B.S. (or higher) in Computer Science or a related technical field, with an expected graduation date in 2021 or 2022
  • Proficiency in Javascript, with a knack for getting the visuals right
  • Experience with one or more object-oriented programming languages
  • Track record of shipping high quality products and features or a portfolio of side projects
  • Ability to turn business and product ideas into engineering solutions
  • Desire to work in a fast-paced environment, continuously grow, and master your craft
  • Alignment with Ramp’s core values of enabling businesses to grow more by spending less

Nice to Haves

  • Proficiency in React v16+
  • Familiarity with or desire to learn our tech stack which includes, but not limited to: Flask (Python), Elixir, AWS, RabbitMQ, PostgreSQL
  • Passion for, or curiosity to learn, financial technology

About Our Teams

  • Card Engineering | Ramp’s Card Engineering team is responsible for shipping products with a singular focus on enhancing the finance team and cardholder experience. Current project areas include accounting, physical/virtual card management, mobile wallets, transactions, reimbursements, spend insights, and vendor/invoice management.
  • Risk Engineering | Ramp’s Risk Engineering team is pioneering how risk is evaluated and building the infrastructure to scale to millions of business in the United States. Current project areas include application processing, underwriting & KYC, risk data signals, risk limit & exposure management, bank linking, capital markets, fraud, and payments.

Learn more about our problem space and environment at our new engineering blog!

Ramp Benefits

  • Unlimited PTO
  • WFH stipend to support your home office needs
  • Monthly wellness stipend

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