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ACH Full Stack Developerclosed
ACH Full Stack Developer
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\nWe are looking for an experienced Senior Full Stack Developer to expand our ACH business products in the consumer finance – payments space where you will be supporting both strategic and client implementation development efforts. Work in a small team, open-air collaborative environment where you will have an immediate and measurable effect on our fast-growing business as our developers support 3+ releases a week. \n\nYou’ll be responsible for:\n\n\n* Building and enhancing our core API, user interfaces, and ACH backend processing systems via new greenfield development and supporting legacy systems\n\n* Integrating with existing corporate and partner applications which span multiple languages and frameworks\n\n* Developing high performance and reusable software with thorough test coverage\n\n* Participate in the design of our core products\n\n* Evaluating existing and new technologies and ensuring our applications utilize industry best practices\n\n* Supporting the operations team in order to provide the best uptime and service quality\n\n\n\n\n Skills & Requirements\n\n\n* Experience with ACH standards and transaction payments processing is highly desired\n\n* Experience with credit and/or debit cards is a plus\n\n* Focused experience with at least one major industry type (e.g. bank, network, processor/gateway, merchant, or product owner) is a plus\n\n* Familiarity with NACHA s and how it’s used with existing systems\n\n* A track record of success with developing modern APIs\n\n* Experience working with C#.NET \n\n* Experience working with CI/CD pipelines, Jenkins and TerraForm is a plus\n\n* Experience with building highly available systems\n\n* Good understanding of application security and familiarity with PCI compliance\n\n\n
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