Mollie is one of Europe’s fastest growing fin-tech companies. We provide a simple and clear payment API, that enables webshop and app builders to implement more than ten different payment methods in one go.
Tinkering, disruption, and inclusivity are Mollie core values. In the first few years of existence, Mollie was a developer-only endeavour, and 14 years later devs and techs still comprise roughly 35% of all staff. As a natural consequence, a lot of things that enterprise businesses or pretend-to-be-start-ups are trying too hard to mimic, come quite natural to Mollie.
Obvious things. Like you pick whatever tools you want to use to get the job done. MacBooks, absurdly large or many screens, top-notch noise-cancelling headphones and whatever other equipment makes your nerd-boat float. We go to great lengths to create a space that allows you to focus on the things that will make you happy: shipping great features you helped dream up and build.
We don’t have development monkeys, but we do give you a problem and trust that you will create an outstanding solution. We believe in sane working hours and long-term solutions, instead of 70 hour work weeks with temporary workarounds.
You will be working with us on our cutting edge financial APIs, which tens of thousands of merchants use on a daily basis. With payments being performed on our platform every second of the day and increasing, quality and scalability of code is becoming increasingly important.
Next to our APIs, we are working on innovative financial solutions for our merchants. We can't reveal the details here, but it's safe to say we will put your skills to the test, allowing you to grow and learn rapidly.
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Let's first have a 'coffee chat' to introduce Mollie, the role and get to know you. This can be at our office, but this could also be via phone, Hangouts or Skype.
During the interview phase (of max. two rounds), we'll inform you as soon as we've decided whether we'd like to proceed with you.
The interview phase may include a technical assignment to test your technical merits.