Software Developer - Billing and Financial Reconciliation 💸
Our team is building a mission critical system. We are looking for developers to join us who have a strong interest in working at our scale. We want to build a system that continues to allow anyone working in development at Shopify to come in, and make an impact quickly. Our team is reimagining how we can write business software at Shopify which will allow us to build financially critical operations to invoice and collect payment for services provided to merchants and pay Shopify partners.
How you will succeed
As a key component of Shopify’s core platform, the system needs to be reliable and accurate while still providing the flexibility for adding new features to collect revenue or grow Shopify’s business. You will architect, build, scale and automate all of the processes in the financial pipeline from merchant user experience, to financial data reconciliation and reporting.
You’ll be learning and growing constantly while writing elegant code in ruby that adds to and improves our code base in meaningful ways.
The 🛠 ‘s you will use include: your team, ruby on rails, MySQL, Bugsnag, Splunk, DataDog.
How to Apply📄 ➡️ 📬
If you’re interested in helping us shape the future of commerce at Shopify, click the “Apply Now” button to submit your application. Please address your application to Kayla. Please submit a resume and cover letter with your application. Make sure to tell us how you think you can make an impact at Shopify, and what drew you to the role.
Experience comes in many forms, many skills are transferable, and passion goes a long way. If your experience is this close to what we’re looking for, consider applying. We know that diversity of thought makes for the best problem-solving and creative thinking, which is why we're dedicated to adding new perspectives to the team and encourage everyone to apply.
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