Data Engineer - Berlin at Nubank (Berlin, Germany)

 Stack Overflow ·  13.06.2018

What is Nubank?

Nubank Berlin is a satellite engineering office dedicated to serving the horizontal engineering needs of Nubank in Brazil - the leading fintech in Latin America. In Brazil, since 2014 we have been actively servicing millions of clients with our mobile-controlled credit card product. With head office São Paulo and an engineering office in Berlin, Nubank has raised USD 330 million in investment rounds led by Sequoia Capital, Founders Fund, Tiger Global, Kaszek Ventures, Goldman Sachs, QED Investors and DST Global.

Our cosy office in Berlin Mitte is centered around backend and data-infrastructure focused work. Shipping valuable features requires dealing with distributed applications, infrastructure, user facing API and production microservices. Our engineers commonly rotate focus between these responsibilities. We consistently work with and explore new technologies, and thus value professionals who are open to learning new things, regardless of preexisting comfort zones.

Nubank software engineers in Berlin might solve the following problems:

Create data pipelines integrating a wide range of sources to drive business functions and products

Constantly refining the data platform to enable a broader set of data applications such as streaming systems and online ML models to exist

Improve user-experience and platform predictability through work on monitoring, UX and system reliability

Work with backend microservices in functional programming languages, such as Clojure

Create intuitive visualizations for monitoring live streaming data sets

Triage bugs and exceptions reported in production

Conduct system load / stress tests


Competitive compensation package

28 days of vacation

Participation in Nubanks Stock Option Plan

Flexible working arrangements

A modern technology stack

Flexibility to choose your own custom setup (computer, monitors, OS etc.)

Relocation support

Company events

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