Senior Software Engineer - API - Integrations
Software Engineer - API - Integrations (New York City or Toronto)
We are looking for Engineers to join our API Team. The API Team is end-to-end responsible for building and deploying WorkMarket's internal and public APIs - we own the critical link between developers and WorkMarket's core platform. You will be focused on enterprise integrations, defining patterns and best practices, building connections to major SaaS systems while collaborating with solutions engineering to provide value for new and existing customers.
Who We Are:
WorkMarket is the great enabler for the modern work experience. We were founded in 2010 with a simple yet ambition vision: to power the future of work. We help some of the biggest companies in the world unlock new levels of productivity, engagement and growth. Our backers are among the world's best including Accenture, Union Square Ventures and Foundry Group. Join us, and experience work the way it should be. Learn more at www.workmarket.com.
What We Do:
WorkMarket’s cloud-based software automates work so that companies can scale a flexible workforce -- across full-time employees, freelancers, robotics and everything in between – to dramatically improve productivity and transform their operating model. We are pioneering the modern work experience powered by big data, machine learning and artificial intelligence.
WorkMarket is recognized by Forbes as one of America’s Most Promising Companies, by Deloitte as a Top 500 Tech Company and as a Top NYC Tech Employer.
Engineering at WorkMarket
Today we offer SaaS to enable our customers to manage work and workers, payments, and financial reconciliation. Our business domain is broad and complex - we are managing employer and worker financials, we also support a two sided marketplace as well as a play into the enterprise integration space. We have enterprise features and functionality including compliance, payments, webhooks, custom fields, and configurable workflow. The API Team's role is to help clarify and define the domain model, and to present that model in a cohesive and well-managed API.
- Build and deploy high quality integrations between WorkMarket, customers and 3rd parties
- Collaborate closely with product to develop an integration strategy that expand our target addressable market
- Collaborate closely with professional services engineers to develop configurable/reusable integration components
- Work directly with customers' IT and Operations teams to provide high-touch support
- Collaborate closely with Quality Engineering to set and meet quality SLA
- Strong sense of ownership, urgency, and drive
- Experience administering and/or integrating with Workday, ServiceNow, SalesForce
- Knowledge of MuleSoft or other enterprise application platform
- Experience delivering direct customer support for Enterprise SaaS
- Excellent time management and communication
- Strong interpersonal and presentation skills, knowing how to reach the right people
- Proven track record in integrations, customer focus, and helping others
- Experience using tools to plan ahead and manage commitments
- Experience with multiple git workflows, collaboration practices, and OSS maintenance and contribution
- Understanding of API lifecycle from launch through deprecation to sunset
- Ability to learn new technologies and apply quality standards to all areas of our stack
- Experience designing durable transactions that perform operations across multiple independent APIs
What you'll learn:
- Workday, ServiceNow, SalesForce, NetSuite, and more
- API Lifecycle management in an enterprise SaaS context
- Mulesoft Anypoint Platform and Runtime Engine
- Distributed systems - the good, bad and ugly.
- Immutable infrastructure and container based technologies
- Continuous Delivery
- Information Security
- Working at a startup
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