ABOUT OUR COMPANY:

The crushing weight of debt is something that we believe holds people back from reaching their dreams and making a splash in the world. So in 2013, after seeing our friends and family struggle with student loans, we created Splash Financial. 

Over the years, our mission has expanded to include helping people with other forms of debt - such as refinancing credit cards, which are at all time highs in the US. And we’ve been able to refinance $4+ Billion in loans through our network of Splash, powered credit union and bank partners who leverage our marketplace and automated loan processing technology. And we’ve raised over $70 million from investors like partners of DST Global, Citi Ventures, TruStage Ventures, Northwestern Mutual Future Ventures, Detroit Venture Partners and more.

But at our core, we’re still that little company from Cleveland with a big dream: to make people more powerful than their debt and we’re just getting started..

ABOUT OUR WORKPLACE:

Splash is remote-first, and proud of it. We spend our days creating ways to simplify financial products, then get them into the hands of people who need help. Right now, we’re focused on developing financial technologies that fundamentally change the way the industry lends. And to hire the best, we provide the best: great health insurance, competitive salaries, and unique benefits like quarterly meet-ups, access to community and engagement tools. And although we’ve been around since 2013, we still love to think like a start-up — a place that empowers good people to do great things, fast. 

We’re friendly, folksy, and have Slack channels for both #kids-and-pets and #food. We’re good people who want to make a difference in the financial landscape, and we approach tackling challenges with creativity, passion and urgency.

 

ABOUT THE ROLE:

Splash Financial is seeking an experienced Senior Full stack Engineer with command over the Clojure language and Clojurescript or other front end technologies.

The ideal candidate brings tenacity to their work, proactively takes ownership over deliverables, is reflective and frequently thinking of ways they and their team can improve, sets a high technical bar when it comes to code quality and testing, troubleshoots issues methodically using a variety of observability tools at their disposal, writes thoughtful designs and documentation, holds themselves and others accountable, and gives thoughtful feedback to others while exercising compassionate candor. This candidate also must have a constructive spirit and collaborate well with others. We value directness and candor at Splash, and we want you to speak your mind and make a big impact, but don’t tolerate unconstructive negativity… we are solution builders here and culture is critical!

Come join a team that values growth, flexibility, and work/life balance! Mentor others and get mentored! Ideate new projects, take ownership, and execute!

WHAT YOU’LL DO AT SPLASH:

  • Build APIs that help us keep scaling
  • Continue to grow as you are given more complex problems
  • You will write clean, well-tested code mostly in Clojure and Clojurescript, with a little PHP and React here and there
  • Provide direct constructive feedback on PRs
  • You will be part of an OKR driven organization with a clear mission
  • Work fully remote, so be communicative and participate actively in our highly collaborative culture!

WHAT YOU’LL BRING TO SPLASH:

  • At least 5 years of programming experience with at least 2 being in Clojure and 2 full stack
  • A strong desire to keep growing and take on new challenges
  • Experience with microservices
  • High candor, you give constructive feedback liberally and accept it graciously
  • You understand that there is more than one right answer and are willing to disagree and commit
  • Excitement to work at a company that helps people

BENEFITS:

  • Comprehensive and affordable insurance benefits
  • Unlimited paid time off policy
  • 401(k) enrollment
  • 9 paid company holidays
  • Paid parental leave

Employment at Splash is based on individual merit. Opportunities are open to all, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, creed, age, handicap, national origin, ancestry, military status, veteran status, medical condition, marital status, sexual orientation, affectional preference, or other irrelevant factors. Splash is an equal opportunity employer.

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