CardAlpha is a MVP stage fintech start-up, designed to meet payment requirements of SME businesses and looking to get into an active beta launch by mid-August 2020. CardAlpha's ePOS App converts a tablet or smartphone device into a powerful electronic cash register featuring a product catalogue with item description, prices, discounts, inventory tracking and digital receipts. The App is integrated with a card reader and tracks cash sales and processes card transactions directly from the cash register, making it a powerful accessory for your day - to - day sales management.
At CardAlpha, we are building a community of self motivated professionals to build the next generation of integrated point of sale and banking platforms. Specifically for this role we are looking for a Head of Application Development/Fullstack Developer to help with building CardAlpha’s mission critical systems.
- Translating business requirements to technical specifications.
- Designing and developing microservices as per business requirements
- Participating in regular code reviews
- Collaborating with the team on new conventions, libraries, tools and technologies
- Reporting progress of tasks undertaken to team members everyday
- Good understanding of SQL and ORM tools
- Experience with GRPC and Protocol Buffers
- Experience with scalable APIs and microservices
- Exceptional problem-solving and communication skills
- Ability to work remotely and autonomously
- Familiarity with unit testing frameworks and test driven development
- Familiarity with git
- Familiarity with docker and kubernetes
Head of Application Development will be a member of the founding team and is expected to initially contribute 60-80 hours in a month and will be compensated via equity options and a cash stipend. The package will be weighed in favor of equity options. The contribution and role may potentially change to a full time position with normal working hours and incremental benefits, post later stage funding and full commercial rollout of CardAlpha.
Job Type: Part-time