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TEKsystems (Allegis Group Singapore Pte Ltd)
in Singapur
Festanstellung, Vollzeit
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TEKsystems (Allegis Group Singapore Pte Ltd)
in Singapur
Festanstellung, Vollzeit
Seien Sie der erste Bewerber
Competitive
Software Developer (Golang)
Indonesian fintech company that provides payment infrastructure across Indonesia. Our client processes payments, runs marketplaces, disburses payroll and loans, detects fraud and helps other businesses grow exponentially. We serve these companies by providing a suite of world-class APIs and a dashboard UI that simplifies processes.

Their main focus is to build the most advanced payment rails for Indonesia, with a clear goal in mind - to make payments in Indonesia simple, secure and easy for everyone. They are currently serve local SMEs to some of Indonesia's largest tech startups and also giant-sized businesses like Samsung. Our client process millions of transactions monthly, growing 8% month on month for the last 3 years. They are trusted and backed by some of the largest VCs in the world, who invested in Facebook, Slack, Twitch and Grab, and are alumni of the prestigious YCombinator (S15).

How You Will Fulfill Your Potential:

Our client disbursement team works on biggest products: xenDisburse and xenBatch. These products support the region's biggest fintech and ecommerce businesses in the high-volume, time-sensitive payouts needed to run their business. The team is responsible for building mission-critical services, maintaining connections to banks and providers, and working through various issues associated with local infrastructure to ensure that payouts are executed successfully, correctly and promptly.

They are looking for a highly passionate software engineer to help them refine their disbursements product so that it is highly scalable, reliable and fault-tolerant. You'll be joining our technical team to build a complex distributed system used by regional customers. You'll get to work with our business and operations teams to understand and solve customer pain points and work with other engineers to build new features that will delight our customers

Skills And Experience our Client is Looking For:
Understand customer needs and requirements, prioritise builds and add those into the technical roadmap
  • Account for the delivery of technical roadmap items on time
  • Mentor and up-skill engineers on a day-to-day basis
  • Advance engineering standards, tooling, and processes
  • Identify technical gaps in Disbursements products & build improvements to the technology stack by planning the technical roadmap
  • Drive infrastructure improvements that scale us from millions of monthly transactions to tens of millions of monthly transactions
  • Enhance our product reliability to maintain our performance threshold of 99% of disbursements processed under 1 minute & 99% of disbursements successfully sent to the recipient
  • Work closely with local banks and partners to scale up our product coverage
Preferred Qualifications:
  • 2/3+ years of experience in developing, designing, and deploying large scale applications
  • Bachelor's and/or Master's degree, preferably in CS, or equivalent experience
  • Experience in any of the following: Node.js, TypeScript, Golang
  • Experience with relational and NoSQL database schema design and query optimization
  • Familiarity with unit, integration, and E2E test frameworks
  • Exposure to large-scale microservices architectural patterns, such as well-designed REST APIs, circuit breakers, high volume data pipelines
  • Familiarity with Scrum development methodologies
  • Ability to break down complex product requirements into well-groomed user stories
  • Thrive on being independent and have proven you can push towards a goal by yourself
  • Communicate well across teams
  • Bonus points if you have experience in local bank integrations

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