🤗 About Us
At Pipe, we’re building the infrastructure to make recurring revenue streams tradeable like an asset, unlocking non-dilutive capital for businesses on our platform. Our goal is to help business grow on their terms.
We are a small distributed engineering team (LA, SF, Portland, NYC, Philadelphia, Helsinki; ~16 engineers currently). Our engineers hail from companies like Plaid and Stripe; or have previously founded their own companies. We value autonomy, inclusivity, eagerness to learn, and the desire to improve the status quo.
🌈 What We're Looking For
- You have a good sense of engineering fundamentals, and are passionate about building high quality software. We believe people should love doing the work they do.
- You are experienced with architecting and building high performance data warehouses, data modeling and ETL pipelines. We want you to uphold our high engineering standards and improve code quality, infrastructure stability, and streamline processes.
- You take end-to-end ownership of your work and are comfortable making code changes across the stack when needed.
- You can collaborate with non-engineering stakeholders to unblock yourself and make sure you're building the right thing.
- You're interested in finance and helping companies unlock new, more sustainable sources of capital.
- Work closely with the Engineering and various business functions to understand where their business logic lives, ensure consistency across their data systems, and make data from these systems easily available in our warehouse for higher level analysis and computation.
- Build monitoring into our data workflows and define best practices for consumers of data across the company.
- We need to build a lot of our core long term data systems, so you'll get to help design and build them.
- As an early team member, you'll get a chance to build our engineering culture and design the architecture for our data systems.
🛠️ Tech Stack
- PostgreSQL, Bigquery, Apache Superset, Vertex AI, dbt/Dataform.
- Experience with our specific stack isn't necessary.