Company site: https://ramp.com
Position(s): Various roles, including backend and frontend engineering positions.
Location: Your choice of remote or in-office in New York City or Miami.
Description: Ramp is building the next generation of finance tools – from corporate cards and expense management, to bill payments and accounting integrations – designed to save businesses time and money with every click. Thousands of companies are spending an average of 3.3% less and closing their books 86% faster by switching to Ramp’s finance automation platform. Founded in 2019, Ramp powers the fastest-growing corporate card in America and enables billions of dollars of purchases each year on the heels of nearly 10x year-over-year growth.
Tech stack: Frontend is built on TypeScript and React. Backend is Python, PostgreSQL, and Elixir.
Compensation: Salary is very competitive. Given we are early stage, lucrative equity is on offer. Fully covered health, dental and vision insurance for you (with partial contributions for dependents), 401(k) with employer match, education, WFH, and wellness stipends, parental leave, and relocation support package. Flexible PTO policy.
Contact: Head to the careers page I linked and apply for the role on the page. If you have general questions about working at Ramp, email me at email@example.com.
Position(s): Multiple engineering positions
Location: Remote (US/Canada preferred) or on-site in NYC
Description: Ramp is building the world’s first finance automation platform designed to save businesses time and money. We’re proud to be NYC’s fastest growing startup with a unicorn valuation of $3.9 billion.
Tech stack: Backend uses Python, Elixir, PostgreSQL, RabbitMQ, and various AWS services. Frontend is TypeScript and React.
Compensation: Very competitive salary, good equity (for a Series C), unlimited PTO, 401(k), health insurance, parental leave, and various stipends for you to use with the product.
Contact: Apply for any position on the page or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Working on putting the finishing touches before I formally accept an offer for a new job, where I will be working with Python and Elixir at a well-known fintech startup.