TradeCore: DevOps Engineer

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Date posted: March 30, 2021

TradeCore: DevOps Engineer

Description
Who are we?

TradeCore is a platform-as-a-service provider that enables fintechs to build next-generation banking and investment products. TradeCore’s full stack offering does all the heavy lifting, allowing companies to focus on launching unique customer experiences. By providing access to the core, and complex, infrastructure of compliance, regulation, payments, banking and capital markets in the form of a service, their customers are able to take advantage of TradeCore’s accumulated domain expertise and focus their attention on the core essentials of their own product offering.

Why do we need you?

TradeCore Platform is an asset-agnostic investment and banking platform-as-a-service, with access to a wide range of liquidity and payment service providers. The platform offers fast, compliant customer onboarding and instant product development with turnkey brokerage functionalities.
BrokerIQ is a financial services CRM and customer platform, used by companies across the globe. It is a leading CRM solution that combines client onboarding, ID verification, payment processing and client management.

We’re growing our DevOps team which provides critical support and tooling to our developers who implement new and update existing features in all of our products. This role is a unique opportunity to work with high-load services and pioneering fintech technology.

Are you open to learning new technologies? You always have security in mind for solutions you develop, and you love automation (you’d rather spend an hour automating than 5 minutes doing it again manually)?
If you are customer-focused, like to suggest improvements to the processes and procedures proactively and enjoy working independently and owning the work you produce, this position is ideal for you!

In order to be successful in your role, you should have knowledge and experience with:

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