At P&T, one of our two key areas of focus is Business Efficiency, whose team is playfully named BFF.
BFF focuses on business users like Customer Support, Marketing, Product, and Finance, building for them applications, services, tools and automations that help scale their work with improved efficiency and efficacy.
Supporting the ongoing work at our team as an individual contributor.
You will be expected to familiarize yourself quickly with our existing Ruby on Rails backend to contribute with improvements and features on those codebases.
You will also take part in new initiatives that we are building with a microservices architecture on NodeJs using TypeScript.
From a business perspective, your work will be related to the administrative internal parts of our payroll product where we manage company organization structure, HR functions and payroll calculations.
This will require you to add or update API endpoints on the RoR codebase, and create new endpoints and integrations on new NodeJs-based microservices.
You will touch sections of the product that deal with user authentication, company and user relationships, payment integrations, billing calculations, invoicing, 3rd party integrations, emailing and more.
You will actively write code and review pull requests from other members of the team while closely collaborating with our stakeholders to understand business requirements.
You will work as part of the team, join the team’s agile and scrum ceremonies, collaborate asynchronously on Jira, Confluence, GSuite and Slack as well as in-person on Google Hangouts and Zoom. We use GitHub, CircleCI and AWS tooling for our builds and production deployments.
We cluster our meetings in Mexico City mornings between 9am and 12pm (GMT-5) in order to enjoy distraction-free work in the afternoons. We expect at least 4, preferably 6 hours of overlap with the Mexico City business hours of 9am to 5pm.