Golang / Go Job: First Software Engineer at VC-backed Startup

First Software Engineer at VC-backed Startup at SimplyCredit

San Francisco, California, United States   (Posted Mar 30 2015)
About the company
At SimplyCredit, our mission is to transform consumer lending as it is known today. We believe in doing right by the consumer: no fees, no penalty pricing, no gotchas, and no fine print. We want to bring sanity back to lending, stand behind our underwriting, and make sure consumers are getting the value and service they deserve. Using advanced technologies, we are creating credit and lending innovations in line with these values, all delivered through seamless customer experience.

Job position

Job description
$70K – $125K Salary
0.7% – 3.0% Equity
We are looking for an experienced engineer eager for a defining role in building a company. As first engineer, you’ll get to call the shots on how to set up shop, help build out the team, guide product development, and write code that actually impacts people’s lives in a positive way. You’ll work directly with the founders and round out an early team with deep experience in data science, business development and consumer lending from their work at companies Kaggle and FICO.
If you’re itching to build a new platform and want to make a mark on company culture, all while fixing consumer lending, then we’d love to hear from you!

Skills & requirements
Web development, back-end or full-stack, Go

Instructions how to apply
Please tell us a little about yourself and use the link to apply.
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Company: SimplyCredit

Website: SimplyCredit
Location: San Francisco, California, United States

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