We believe the way corporations interact with their finances will drastically change in the next few years. We’re dedicated to empowering this transformation by building the tools and infrastructure finance teams need to transform their businesses for the challenges of tomorrow. Today we currently deliver an industry leading set of functionality and big data architecture to our customers inclusive of class leading natural language search, comprehensive analytics products, ML driven forecasting, and more.
Data product engineering is at the heart of the value that we deliver to our customers. As a data product engineer at Trovata, you’ll be responsible for building and maintaining the core data infrastructure, APIs, and features that power our web applications, developer experiences, and customer-driven apps—and help build on the framework that keeps all these experiences together. You’ll work mostly with a codebase written in Python and Node and leveraging a fully serverless AWS stack.
This is what we are looking for
- 2+ years of production experience and a strong command of at least one language
- Someone who actively considers the fine balance between shipping speed and perfection
- Impact driven. You understand how your work impacts the biggest companies in the world
- Problem solving. Our work can often require implementing unconventional solutions; you aren’t afraid to explore new domains when previous methods fail, sort through minute details, or find non-engineering ways around the problem
- Experience writing software for a startup or large tech company is a plus
- Experience within a fully AWS environment is a plus
- Experience with unconventional data types as well as unstructured data is a plus
As well as this technical expertise:
- Remote-first, San Diego HQ (re-opening soon).
- Flexible time off
- Excellent medical, dental, and vision coverage for you and your dependents
- Home office set up
- Work alongside the founding team and help shape the future of the company while transforming an entire industry