Polly was founded in 2019 by a seasoned team of technology and mortgage experts. We are transforming the mortgage industry by automating and streamlining the mortgage transaction lifecycle through data science and machine learning. Lenders and other mortgage stakeholders trust us to optimize performance by automating manual workflows, improving loan profitability, and yielding actionable insights through our next generation BI analytics layer. Polly is backed by prominent Silicon Valley venture firms including 8VC, Meritech, Menlo Ventures, Khosla, Base10, NYCA, Fifth Wall, and Conversion Capital.
Cloud Architect San Francisco, CA, United States or Remote
Senior Software Engineer - Full Stack - 100% Remote Remote
Why join us?
We are attacking a trillion-dollar market with gross inefficiencies and seeking to transform the way an entire industry operates
We have an experienced leadership team that previously built large and impactful platforms
Polly is backed by prominent Silicon Valley venture firms including 8VC, Meritech, Menlo Ventures, Khosla, Base10, NYCA, Fifth Wall, and Conversion Capital
Engineering at Polly
We use Jira with a daily standup where everyone talks about the progress and figures out a way to help and unblock each other. All the code gets peer reviewed. We use continuous integration and continuous delivery with releases going out daily.
1) Our problem space has two exciting technical challenges: computational and business rules.
2) Valuing mortgages is an inherently complicated process. Part of valuing mortgages is running a number of computational intensive operations with grids and datasets.
You will help us scale our exchange and bidding platform by building tools and services enabling product success.
Working at Polly
We value and celebrate your opinion and suggestions. You will have an impact on the design, architecture and implementation of markets that are often called the engine of US economy.
Work from Home
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