Looking for a varied backend role at the heart of a global business? Want to be part of a talented team in our Israeli tech hub? Then this position has the perfect ingredients…
From burgers in Berlin to tacos in Tel Aviv, our platform takes millions of orders every week from customers and companies in 11 countries. Whether they call us Takeaway.com, or just “that food app”, they all rely on us for the dishes they love.
But our key ingredient isn’t food. It’s tech. Whether they’re analyzing data, optimizing applications, or testing usability, the experts in our Tel Aviv office ensure success in Israel and beyond.
All about the role:
As our Software Engineer: Payments, you’ll play a vital part in our Payment Services team, innovating a product with a robust transactional system at its core.
You’ll be working on our Payment Service, public APIs, internal core processes and logic, integrations between our platform and systems, and much more.
In this varied role, you’ll also:
- Deal with a range of different interfaces, taking an active part in our productive systems development
- Build robust and scalable software components and services
- Optimize applications to increase speed and size
- Collaborate with team members and a wide range of other stakeholders
- Develop server-side infrastructure to assist other developers in the company
- Take a flexible, proactive, and KPI-driven approach to your work
Ready to take our payment services to the next level? Here’s what we’re looking for from you:
- 3+ years’ experience in server-side development.
- Previous C#./NET experience. Java background is fine, provided you can code in .NET
- Familiarity with design patterns, software development techniques, and clean code practices
- Knowledge of MS-SQL and its common feature set
- Bachelor’s Degree or higher in Computer Science, Software Engineering or equivalent military experience
- Experience with Git and TFS, Azure Cloud, and work management tools – e.g. Azure DevOps
- You’re a good communicator who enjoys working in a talented Scrum team