Indian consumer finance venture focusing on financial inclusion
Backend Software Engineer (3y-5y)₹8L – ₹15L • No equity
NIRA launched its business a year ago. We've made large strides towards product market fit; we have a clear view of who our customer is, what our proposition is to them, and our positioning in the market. In short, we've laid a solid foundation; now it's time to scale.
As our product enters its next phase of growth (1-10x), you would work on the core components of the business, the loan origination (LOS), loan management systems (LMS), and decision engine. You will also be working on driving automation of multiple processes in Operations flow.
You'll work directly with the founders and share the responsibility to ensure the alignment of the technology strategy with the long term goals of the business.
Roles & responsibilities:
*Understand the existing systems
*Enhance LOS & LMS capabilities
*Add new data sources and services through REST API
*Drive automation within the organisation
*Build new features in the existing product
*Build new credit products
*Contribute towards instating good engineering practices within the team
Skills & Qualifications:
*Strong experience in Java
*Familiarity with AWS products - EC2, DynamoDB, S3 etc
*Familiarity with multiple layers of infrastructure and application stack - UI, application layer, database
*Prior experience in software development on AWS Lambda and NoSQL databases is highly preferred
*Be excited about the power of technology to transform finance for the better!
We're looking for someone who thrives in the early stages of a company, is able to think with clarity despite uncertainty and is self driven.
Other keywords to help you find the job:
fintech, India, social impact, early stage, software developer, senior engineer, Java engineer, consumer, early stage, startup, b2c, lending.
NIRA at a glance
NIRA focuses on Consumer Lending and Fin Tech. Their company has offices in Bengaluru. They have a small team that's between 11-50 employees. To date, NIRA has raised $3.1M of funding; their latest round was closed on April 2020.