About Dutchie

Founded in 2017, Dutchie is a comprehensive technology platform powering dispensary operations, while providing consumers with safe and easy access to cannabis. Dutchie aims to further support the positive societal change the cannabis industry brings to the world through wellness benefits, social justice, and empowering local communities through tax revenue. Powering thousands of dispensaries across 40+ markets throughout the United States and Canada, Dutchie is the leading technology company in the cannabis space and was named in Fast Company’s 10 Most Innovative Companies in North America and listed two years in a row on LinkedIn’s Top 50 Startups.

Dutchie has raised over $600M in funding to date, backed by D1 Capital Partners, Tiger Global, Dragoneer, DFJ Growth, Thrive Capital, Howard Schultz, Snoop Dogg’s Casa Verde Capital, Gron Ventures, members of the founding team at DoorDash, Kevin Durant’s Thirty Five Ventures, and other notable angel investors.

About This Job

We're looking for a Senior Software Engineer to join our team. In this role, you'll contribute to driving forward our Payments products of both card present and not present solutions and collaborate with engineers on the team along the way. You will have the opportunity to leverage your technical skills and experience to directly impact the quality and scalability of our products. You’ll have the chance to work on everything from payment processing, fraud prevention, ach-batching, loyalty incentives and a digital wallet. If you enjoy working in a fast-paced environment and are passionate about building great products for an engaged customer base, we'd love to hear from you.

What You'll Do...

  • Develop mission-critical back-end services, including API integrations with third-party platforms and core consumer APIs
  • Contribute to core applications in Ruby on Rails, TypeScript, gRPC, PostgreSQL and React within high-scale, distributed systems
  • Work closely with our Product team in scoping and refining customer-facing features
  • Mentor and coach other engineers
  • Collaborate with the team to plan and estimate work
  • Positively contribute to our culture and our processes

What You Bring...

  • Deep understanding of backend server languages (Ruby/Node/Python/C#/etc.) and general software best practices
  • Experience with Ruby, relational and non-relational databases, and working in distributed systems
  • You have experience designing and extending scalable data models and the data stores they depend on
  • You take pride in the code you write - it's clean, tested, organized, and elegant
  • Self-starter - you're proactive and are able to start projects and tasks without constant direction
  • Quick learner - you pick up new frameworks and technologies quickly
  • Great communication skills
  • You want to work in an agile environment - we move quickly and ship code often
  • 8+ years of development experience

It's a bonus if you...

  • Have built software in the cannabis or payments space
  • Have experience building and monitoring infrastructure on cloud-native hosting providers (AWS)
  • Have deep experience with third-party integrations
  • Contribute regularly to open-source projects

You’ll Get…

We are targeting a starting salary of $165,000 based on the intended level for this role. There may be flexibility on individual compensation packages based candidate skill set, experience, qualifications and other position-related factors.

In addition to cash compensation, our total rewards package includes:

  • Full medical benefits including dental and vision plans to ensure you always have the best care.
  • Equity packages in the form of stock options to all employees.
  • Technology (hardware, software, reading materials, etc..) allowance
  • Flexible vacation and sick days

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At Dutchie, we’re committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, age, national origin, disability status, genetic information, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Dutchie believes that diversity and inclusion among our teammates is critical to our success, and we seek to recruit, develop and retain the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.

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