#WomenInTech Software Engineer (remote LATAM)

Brazil
Engineering Team /
Full time / Contractor /
Remote
The average American has over $155,000 in household debt. While fin-tech lenders and for-profit banks are happy to issue high interest loans to consumers, Credit Unions have quietly existed as not for profit lenders that offer lower cost loans.
 
Clutch develops software to turn Credit Unions into FinTech lenders and leverage their balance sheets to responsibly lend to over 130M Americans. We’re seeking a Software Engineer to ensure Credit Unions are successful at utilizing our software in order to make borrowing less costly for the average American.


We are building a diverse and international team with the most innovative professionals in their field of expertise for each position we open. Our Software Engineering team is based in Brazil and Argentina, and our opportunities are fully remote. 


Business centric approach to engineering

Our engineers are equally product  & company owners. It's important to understand the why and how of things in order to execute on them.

Fullstack for now ...

Our whole team is currently working fullstack. We want to make sure that we don’t develop our front-end and back-end in isolation. Instead, we want all our engineers to think from our customers’ perspective.

Our main stacks are: TypeScript (both back-end and front-end), React, Python and AWS. We are not looking for an expert in all of these stacks, instead, we appreciate the ones with a background in some of them, and willing to LEARN \o/

What is in Clutch for me?

    • Challenge of building a platform with multiple integrations with companies from the financial sector to support our client needs
    • Real autonomy and flexibility
    • Compelling compensation package (base salary plus Equity and 30 days of paid time off)
    • International colleagues and markets: learn with the best talents from Brazil, Argentina, USA and Germany, in an easygoing way
    • The experience of working with who understand the problem space and startup market well. Our founders, Nicholas Hinrichsen and Chris Coleman met at Stanford Business School in 2011 and have had a previous exit to Carvana.

What we expect from you

    • Write elegant, efficient, and testable code that is easy to maintain and debug
    • Cover code with tests and perform manual testing of features, while reviewing the work of colleagues
    • Work on the infrastructure part of the project, collaborating with infrastructure Engineers
    • As a true teammate, continuously improve the team’s processes, brainstorm ideas, and communicate statuses, and progress
    • Mentor team members, provide feedback, and continuously improve as a professional
    • Learn new concepts and technologies

    • If you don’t think you meet all of the criteria above but still are interested in the job, please apply. Nobody checks every box—we’re looking for candidates that are particularly strong in a few areas, and have some interest and capabilities in others.