Backend Developer

Bengaluru, Karnataka, India | Technology | Full-time


The thrill of working at a start-up that is starting to scale massively is something else.

Simpl ( was formed in 2015 by Nitya Sharma, an investment banker from Wall Street and Chaitra Chidanand, a tech executive from the Valley, when they teamed up with a very clear mission - to make money simple, so that people can live well and do amazing things. Simpl is the payment platform for the mobile-first world, and we’re backed by some of the best names in fintech globally (folks who have invested in Visa, Square and Transferwise), and has Joe Saunders, Ex Chairman and CEO of Visa as a board member.

Everyone at Simpl is an internal entrepreneur who is given a lot of bandwidth and resources to create the next breakthrough towards the long term vision of “making money Simpl”. Our first product is a payment platform that lets people buy instantly, anywhere online, and pay later. In the background, Simpl uses big data for credit underwriting, risk and fraud modelling, all without any paperwork, and enables Banks and Non-Bank Financial Companies to access a whole new consumer market.


We’re looking for polyglot developers who love to code. You should have >2.5 years of experience building high-quality products. You should have the ability to write clean code and must’ve worked on one of Ruby, NodeJS, Golang, Python or Java.



Develop new features - build POCs, get feedback, and scale is our default mode

Building reusable and platform specific components

Translating designs and wireframes into high-quality code

Optimizing services for maximum performance

Ensure faster release cycles by managing distribution over the cloud



Hands-on experience in all aspects of software development - analysis, coding, writing tests, deployment, the works.

Knowledge of relational databases, SQL, ACID and distributed locking

Solid OOPS understanding.

Good exposure to building distributed systems, micro-services architecture.

Continuous delivery experience

Exposure to building platforms (not just products) would be a plus