The Anticipation & Settlement team ensures that merchants (our customers) always get paid in the next business day. The team is also responsible for handling several internal and external APIs from multiple partners and service provides.

You will play a critical role in integrating our APIs with financial entities, building highly performant, reliable and compliant systems. We are looking for a candidate with a strong background in building successful products (ent-to-end), being comfortable in dealing with lots of moving pieces, with great attention to detail.

As a member of the engineering team, you are expected to have a high bar for quality of code and quality of user experience. Due the nature of our business, candidates with the ability to handle multiple projects with changing priorities will thrive at CloudWalk.

You will:

  • Create API integrations with multiple providers

  • Build automated deployment pipelines and monitoring platforms

  • Investigate and fix integration problems, alongside performance and scalability issues

  • Review pull requests from other software engineers (eventually pair programming with them)

  • Automate away manual tasks and activities

  • Horizontally interact with other DevOps engineers throughout CloudWalk's engineering team

  • Contribute to CloudWalk engineering-wide initiatives

We are looking for someone who has:

  • 5+ years of experience developing Ruby on Rails applications

  • Operated critical infrastructure and worked with prominent cloud providers

  • Solid DevOps experience and familiarity with CI/CD pipelines

  • Great knowledge of Relational Databases, SQL and ORM technologies

  • Good experience with Brazilian payments ecosystem (instalments anticipation, banking domicile peculiarities, CIP, etc)

We are not expecting candidates to have expertise across all of these areas. We will gladly help you bridge the gaps.

As a member of a full remote and distributed team, you are expected to complete tasks autonomously and unsupervised, being highly collaborative and self-directed.