Revel Systems builds a cloud-based Point of Sale (POS) platform that helps restaurants and retail businesses achieve their goals. Our solution improves day-to-day operations and fuels merchant growth. Revel’s streamlined ecosystem pairs an intuitive point of sale with powerful management tools, integrating inventory management, employee management, sales reporting, and more into a single platform. Revel Systems mission is to modernize the state of commerce by providing businesses of every size the tools necessary to thrive.

Revel works with businesses of all sizes, from small merchants to large enterprises, that are looking to implement cutting-edge technology that helps increase revenue, improve efficiency, and enhance experiences for employees and customers. Founded in 2010 with headquarters in Atlanta US, Revel is a leading member of the Apple Enterprise Mobility Program.

The Revel Engineering department is responsible for building and maintaining the POS platform. We build services for order processing on-site and online, taking payments, smart analytics, inventory management, and other background operations. On top of that we are constantly working on scalability and performance of our platform. Come join a smart, motivated team and work at a leading technology company during the next phase of your growth.

Your Team

You would be joining one of three experienced Scrum teams in the Online and Mobile Order Platform. Our current tech stack consists mainly of Swift, Kotlin, TypeScript, Python, and Go. Apps we create work in sync with Revel AWS Cloud.

You will be working within the Platform that’s responsible for Web solutions and Android applications in Revel. Great opportunity to work in the product and customer centric environment while additionally exploring the FinTech industry and learning the payment processing in depth.

We engage, we commit and we deliver as we are a crucial part of Revel and our clients businesses.

Your Responsibilities 

  • Writing structured, performant, and testable code in Kotlin while following Agile practices
  • If needed rewrite existing Java code in Kotlin
  • Integrating features with in-house built software as well as with third-parties software by using their provided interfaces and SDKs
  • Working with physical devices that communicate with the application
  • Contributing your know-how by reviewing code and leading technical discussion
  • Giving technically sound feedbacks to product owner regarding existing and new features

We expect that you:

  • Have at least 4 years of experience in Software Development. Preferably focused on Android and mobile app development
  • Have experience with Reactive programming paradigm
  • Will write the automatable test code to ensure robustness, usability and performance in Continuous Integration and will work with source code management tool Git
  • Have a sound knowledge of software design and architecture and understanding of a mobile product life cycle
  • Are open to new ideas, have good communication skills and enjoy being part of a team that uses Agile/Scrum working approach
  • Are open to work from the office 2-3 days a week

Perks

  • Work on a team of experienced and highly skilled professionals
  • Employee benefits: rich healthcare options, wellness programs, referral bonus, and 401K plan
  • Flexible working schedule
  • Apple equipment

This position is not open to CA, CO, WA, and NY residents.

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