Software Engineer II, Deal Management
Built is a growth-stage company at the intersection of FinTech and PropTech. We are on a mission to change the way the world gets built with technology and services that streamline the $1.4T U.S. construction industry.
Built’s platform for the construction finance industry modernizes the movement of money between all stakeholders within the construction and real estate process to manage risk and maximize productivity. Built provides software, payments, B2B marketplace, and data solutions to more than 190 of the top financial institutions and hundreds of contractors throughout North America.
In addition to our recent $125M Series D funding and $1.5B valuation, we’re proud to have been named one of Forbes’ Best Startup Employers in America and one of The Tennessean’s 2022 Top Workplaces. Bringing on the “best talent in the world” is at the forefront of our continued growth trajectory—and we want you to be part of it.
Built is looking for a Software Engineer II to join our Real Estate Deal Management team. In this role, you will be focused on unlocking Built's largest revenue opportunities through working alongside other talented engineers to deliver features in a sustainable, scalable way. You will create new or extend existing React micro frontends, Node product APIs, and services backed by MySQL or DynamoDB as we shift towards an event-driven architecture. Outside of standard sprint cadence meetings (10% of your time), the large majority of your time will be spent in the code and collaborating with your team. You should feel comfortable taking ownership of your code, monitoring performance, writing documentation, and holding others to your high standards.
Works on engineering initiatives that drive a larger feature set, while being careful to not create technical debt in the process.
Preemptively scans issue backlogs. Actions include but are not limited to: familiarizing themselves with pain points in the system, applying relevant labels and triaging, closing them via pull request or other means.
Is considerate of others on the team and tries to support other people in their work.
Listens to the priorities and concerns of others, and acknowledges differing perspectives. Anticipates others’ reactions.
TypeScript, including but not limited to Express, Nest, React, and GraphQL
Python, including but not limited to Flask, FastAPI, Django, and SQLAlchemy
Persistence layers such as DynamoDB, MySQL, and Redis
Bachelor’s Degree and a minimum of 2 years of related experience
Excellent communication skills
A strong focus on our customers, both internal and external
A dedication to the quality and ownership of your work product
Experience working in an Agile environment
Experience with code reviews
Ability to independently grasp concepts and help teams form & execute on strong technical solutions
Contribute to our growing architecture and best practices
Working knowledge of AWS products, such as Lambda, SQS, SNS, and MSK
Experience utilizing some or all of Kubernetes, Docker, AWS CodeBuild, Terraform or Crossplane
- The rare opportunity to radically disrupt an industry
- Competitive benefits including: uncapped vacation, health, dental & vision insurance, and 401k
- Robust compensation package including base salary, quarterly bonus, and equity
- Flexible working hours, paid family leave, ERGs & Mentorship opportunities
- Learning grant program to support ongoing professional development
Our company is made up of passionate people who are driven in a variety of disciplines—and each of them brings their unique perspective to everything they do. Creating a safe and inclusive workplace is critical to the success of our company and of our employees, so it’s our aim to recruit, hire and promote without bias against race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, veteran status or any other status protected by applicable law. As we learn and as we grow, we’re committed to ensuring that these ideals are at the forefront of everything we do.
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