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Software Engineer - 19/20 November - Open House Recruitment Event

Department:
Tech
Location:
Barcelona
See Kat talk about her role at N26

N26 are organising a 2 day recruitment event and would love to meet you if you would like to to help us make our rapidly growing Product and Tech hub successful.

On the 19th and 20th of November we will be holding a specific Software Engineering recruitment event, where you can meet the team in Barcelona, learn all about us and potentially have a job offer at the end of it. 

So what is life as an Software Engineer like?

Once here you will?

As a Senior Back End Java Engineer, you’re part of a high performing team, building technologies that make banking more human. You’ll be working in one of our cross-functional teams, focused around one part of our product. Sitting in the same room as the people designing the screens, implementing the app and testing the features. You’ll collaborate with your Tech Lead in architecting new features and seeing them through to completion. You’ll call upon your extensive experience in previous projects to guard code quality through reviewing of pull requests, but will also use this opportunity to mentor juniors. Finally, having gathered a bunch of knowledge throughout your career, you don’t hesitate to share this with your colleagues through Lightning Talks.

Technologies

N26 is powered by a microservice architecture written mainly in Java 8 with Spring Boot and a bit of Kotlin. The services talk to each other using REST, SQS and Kinesis. Data is stored in PostgreSQL and DynamoDB. For more information please check out our stackshare page.

What you’ll bring along

Significant experience with Java 8 and Spring Boot in large-scale production systems. Some experience with paradigms other than imperative programming is always a plus. Sound knowledge in relational database systems (preferably PostgreSQL) and understanding the tradeoffs between relational and NoSQL. Be aware of other models of inter-service communication besides REST (queues and event streams). You are passionate about technology and want to share this passion with your team. You keep up with the latest trends and are not afraid to propose some of these new things during our GSDD and share your findings afterwards with the rest of the engineering organisation.A relentless drive for clean and well-tested code which shows during code reviews. You use these reviews to teach best practices in developing large-scale distributed systems. A full professional proficiency in English language.

What we offer

Next Steps:

Sound good?

Send us your CV now, places for this event are limited.

We look forward to hearing from you shortly.