WHAT YOU WILL DO

WePay’s API’s provides a flexible and robust payments system that seamlessly integrates into the software platforms of our customers while shielding them from fraud. You’ll be working with some of the best engineers in the world on a number of end-to-end projects like building our data infrastructure, API’s and microservices from scratch.

Our stack is primarily based on Python and Java. We use Javascript, Bootstrap and AngularJS on the front-end and our databases comprise of Google BigQuery, MySQL, Redis, Google cloud data store.

WHAT IMPACT WILL YOU HAVE?

Your work will impact millions of users and help create the world’s best SAAS payment system and fraud protection that will power some of the biggest and fastest growing online platforms in the world. We believe that businesses will increasingly accept payments through the software platforms they're already using to grow and manage their business.  That's why we partner with companies like GoFundMe, Infusionsoft and FreshBooks to deliver integrated payment services to their users.

WHAT IS EXPECTED IN THE INTERVIEW?

We want to see your problem-solving and analytical skills. Be prepared to write good, clean, scalable code. You don’t need to know our entire stack, but we’re looking for practical experience, someone who can solve production problems in the cloud. Our hiring processes might include:

  • Online Code Challenge
  • Phone Screen with a Recruiter
  • Technical Phone Interview with an Engineer
  • On-site Interview

WHO IS WEPAY

WePay helps online platforms increase revenue through integrated payments processing under their own name. The company has uniquely enabled more than 1,000 platforms including Constant Contact, GoFundMe, and Meetup to incorporate payments without compromising on their user experience or taking on risk and regulatory exposure.

We're a well-funded and fast growing organization that has been named to the 2015 and 2016 Inc. 500 lists as one of the fastest growing private US companies.  We are proud to have cultivated an open, supportive culture that cares deeply about customers and employees. It’s for this reason that we’re recognized as one of the area’s Best Places to Work by the SF Business Times and Silicon Valley Business Journal. We provide the usual perks (free lunch every day, subsidized gym membership, Responsible Time Off, etc.).  

Check out our engineering blog: wecode.wepay.com

You can find more information at wepay.com.

 

 

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