Descrição da vaga: Ebury is a hyper-growth FinTech firm, named in 2021 as one of the top FinTechs to work for by Glassdoor and AltFi. We offer a range of products including FX risk management, trade finance, currency accounts, international payments and API integration.
Senior Python Engineer – Money Flows
Location: Sao Paulo
The Money Flows Engineering team at Ebury is seeking a Python Engineer to play a crucial part in our team. As part of our diverse team spread across South America and Europe, the successful candidate will be entrusted with the development and optimisation of our multi-currency account systems, incoming funds, and outgoing payment processes. You’ll be required to make significant contributions to our platform as we continually aim to bring it to the next level and deliver the best payment experience for our clients and operational teams.
As a Python Engineer in our team, your technical knowledge and skills will be paramount to our innovation and growth. We value collaboration and commitment, operating within a distributed setup where effective working is key.
- Contribute the development of the next iteration of our Money Flows platform, designed to streamline cross-border payments and the international collection of funds.
- Collaborate with your team members and engineering leaders to design new services and components using our Request For Comments (RFC) process.
- Coach and mentor less experienced team members, positively changing the trajectory of the team to increase the overall effectiveness and efficiency of the team.
- Lead product initiatives from discovery to delivery, working closely with the product and operational teams to ensure everyone is on the same page.
- You have extensive experience in developing complex software systems. We mainly work with Python, but it is also ok if you are more comfortable with other languages.
- Since you will work side by side with colleagues from different countries, you will be able to communicate clearly and concisely your ideas in English both written and spoken.
- You are adept at both constructing and managing services. As such, you should have proficiency in establishing standard APIs, incorporating monitoring systems and alerting services, along with a strong expertise in integrating external systems.
- Quality is important to us, we expect your code to be testable and well covered with unit and integration tests. We use CI Jenkins pipelines and terraform for the deployment of services and infrastructure. From time to time, you might need to contribute to it.
- In line with our ‘You build it, you own it’ philosophy, we expect you to take full ownership of the products you build, embracing both their development and ongoing maintenance.
Ebury is a FinTech success story, positioned among the fastest-growing international companies in its sector.
Founded in 2009, we are headquartered in London and have more than 1300 staff with a presence in more than 20 countries worldwide. Cultural diversity is part of what makes Ebury a special place to be. From Sao Paulo to Dubai, Bucharest to Toronto, we enjoy sharing team experiences and celebrating success across the Ebury family.
Hard work pays off: in 2019, Ebury received a £350 million investment from Banco Santander and has won internationally recognised awards including Financial Times: 1000 Europe’s Fastest-Growing Companies.
None of this would have been possible without our proudest achievement: our great people. Enthusiastic, innovative and collaborative teams, always ready to disrupt and revolutionise the fast-paced FinTech sector.
We believe in inclusion. We stand against discrimination in all forms and have no tolerance for the intolerance of differences that makes us a modern and successful organisation. At Ebury, you can be whoever you want to be and still feel a sense of belonging no matter your story because we want you and your uniqueness to help write our future.
Please submit your application on the careers website directly, uploading your CV / resume in English.
Local: São Paulo – SP
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