X1 Card - Software Engineer, Back End (All Levels)
United States · Remote
Mid-level +2 · Full time
Posted 24 days ago
Who are we?
X1 is building the smartest credit card ever made. We power over $750M in annualized spending and are rapidly growing.
We have been featured in publications like Business Insider, Fast Company, Forbes, Inc., Money, CNBC, CNET, Nasdaq, TechCrunch and Wired. 
We have raised over $60M from some of the most iconic investors in Silicon Valley, who founded Google Analytics, Y Combinator Continuity, PayPal, Affirm, Box, Yelp, and more. These include David Sacks, Max Levchin, Wesley Chan, CEOs of Yelp, Box, and Y Combinator Continuity, The Chainsmokers, and Jared Leto.
What will you do?
Build world class consumer finance software to serve X1's customers.
Who will you work with?
An elite team of senior and staff engineers, alumni of Twitter, Google, and Affirm, will support and mentor you. 
What will you work on?
As a backend engineer, you will work on building the core finance platform and infrastructure that powers our credit card. This spans a wide range of highly technical problems across credit underwriting, fraud prevention, money movement, search infrastructure, and more in our modern Scala based stack.
Who are you?
- An undergraduate or graduate computer science degree (or a related field)
- Strong computer science fundamentals
- Strong programming experience with any one language
- Prior Scala experience is not required
- Good communication skills
- Hungry to learn and grow alongside a growing business
As an early team member at X1 you will be a critical voice and have significant influence over the direction of the company. We will compensate you well, invest deeply in your development, and ensure this is the single best work experience of your life. If you think you’d be a good fit, we’d love to hear from you.

X1 Card
Size:  11-50 employees
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