Banno is a banking platform for millions of Americans for small to large community banks. Anything you would picture your common banking app of doing such as transfers, transactions, credit card payments, wire transfers are all stuff we build in better, cutting edge ways. We are a suborganization of Jack Henry & Associates, but the Banno organization itself is rather small, with less than 100 engineers. We have the resources of a large software engineering firm, but the freedom and flexibility of a more mature startup.
We have two open positions, one for our Go team, and several for our Scala teams.
Our Scala teams are big believers in functional programming, specifically those familiar with Akka, Cats, or anything in the typelevel ecosystem is what we specialize in, but if you are knowledgable in Functional Programming this is the role for you.
We are looking for someone to become a big technical contributor for our Go team, to bring proper practices and knowledge across the software industry to help architect the team to become highly productive and write clean, idiomatic Go.
Our stack (Both teams) is Postgres, Redis, Docker, Kubernetes, and Kafka.
We are are a remote-first organization, and have been nearly fully remote since 2016. We are big on continuous learning, open source projects, attending conferences, and strive for the best engineering practices we can get.
If interested, the best way to apply is through our StackOverFlow posts. (There's a bug with Mozilla Firefox on our application site, you may have to use a different browser):