Golang / Go Job: Founding Engineer


Founding Engineer at Eave

New York, New York, United States 🇺🇸   (Posted Jul 15 2016)

Job position
Permanent - Remote work is NOT possible
Relocation compensation available

Job description
What is Eave?

Eave is rebuilding the $1 Trillion+ mortgage industry from first principles.

We use core insights into how to rebuild the industry based upon years of experience surgically attacking the root issues in lending.

Eave eliminates 75% of the complexity of the mortgage origination, underwriting, and securitization processes.

This reduces borrowers’ effort and frustration by 95%, and improves unit economics by > 10x.

Our Mission

Eave’s mission is to provide home buyers a truly delightful, confident, trustful experience that eliminates months of stress and saves people thousands of dollars. A home buyer using Eave can get pre-approved in 15 mins based on 5 points of data, all provided on mobile.

Eave’s rebuilding of the mortgage industry eliminates the dozens of ways in which the industry surprises borrowers at the last minute and destroys their home buying aspirations.

For every mortgage that Eave provides, Eave builds a home for a family in need in India. Your work will ultimately help millions of families dramatically improve their lives, here in the US & abroad.

Our Investors

Eave is well-funded and backed by successful fintech entrepreneurs, engineers, bank owners, and investors from institutions like Stripe, Square, Google, top VCs & hedge funds.

They’ve looked at the high-quality teams attempting to fix the mortgage industry and chosen Eave.

Skills & requirements
WHAT GETS YOU EXCITED

Overturning archaic orthodoxies in the largest area of our economy

Building a machine process so that individuals are rapidly, scalably underwritten to their true creditworthiness without human intervention

Solving emotional pain points for millions, which will save extraordinary amounts of time & money

Fixing real-world problems elegantly vs with the most technologically advanced solution

Clear communication & collaboration w/ engineering & operations to eliminate error & wasted dev cycles

Using your experience building companies from pre-product to fast growth to fix mortgages

LANGUAGES / STACKS / BACK-END FUNCTIONALITY EXPERTISE

Statically-typed languages or languages designed for data processing and rules engines

Bias towards open-source tools vs. bespoke in-house builds

Experience working with domain experts to understand problems, develop business requirements, and turn requirements into functional, maintainable, well-tested software.

Bonus points: Strong experience with data governance and auditable processing workflows

Instructions how to apply
Interested or questions? Let me know -JackM@helloeave.com
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Let them know you found the job via https://www.golangprojects.com
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Company: Eave


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