• Hiring Mid-level or Senior Java Developer, Downtown Boston Fintech Startup

    Tremor Technologies is a small but growing fintech startup with a live product, customers, funding, and momentum. I've recently joined an experienced leadership team as VP of Engineering to build out an engineering and product office in Boston, so I'm looking to hire some great developers. Our tech stack is Java, Spring, Python, Angular, and PostgreSQL, all hosted on AWS. We haven't finalized an office location yet, but are leaning toward transit-accessible locations near North or South Station.

     

    More questions? Send me an email at beck [at] tremor [dot] co

     

    The full job description can be found at https://boards.greenhouse.io/tremor/jobs/4204745002


    Posted By: Brian Eck on Feb 5, 2019 11:39 AM
    Expires On: Mar 31, 2019 12:00 AM
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