Cardinal Financial is a nationwide direct mortgage lender whose mission is to prove that homeownership is possible for everyone. By bringing an open-minded approach to an often closed-minded industry, we're able to embrace every unique financial situation differently in order to craft the best possible loans for our borrowers. We pride ourselves on providing excellent service backed by our groundbreaking technology, and these two components of our process come together to complete a simple, personalized mortgage experience. But it all starts with our people. Our proprietary application, Octane, gets loans closed fast, offers seamless integration with third-party software, allows for hassle-free underwriting with no layered conditions, and offers a live, web-based portal--not a bottlenecked queue. We do this with great engineers. As a member of our Software Engineering team...You’ll be involved in every aspect of building and supporting our SaaS enterprise mortgage lending platform. We’re an agile shop and you’ll be part of choosing what stories you’ll work on as they come up in the backlog. You’ll do full-stack development because we’ve found it benefits the team and product when an engineer is familiar with the entire stack and has a genuine interest in all our software technology. We also recognize that each engineer is passionate and skilled in specific layers. We manage to blend the two realities very well. You’ll manage your stories completely including working with end users to determine what is required, designing the UI, classes, business logic and data. We describe our approaches informally to get rapid review and critique by others. You’ll write clean, concise code, and robust unit tests for all your work. Finished code will be reviewed by others in the team. We mix up the review teams so everyone has good exposure to the whole system. You’ll find ways to improve our product and how we work. We leverage tools and innovation to make more happen with less. When we identify an improvement, we implement it fast. You’ll help with production support and help users when needed.

Cardinal Financial Company, LP

Java FullStack SE - Looking to disrupt the Mortgage Industry!

Who We Are:

Cardinal Financial is a fast-growing, technology-based mortgage lender reinventing how people get home loans. We understand great people are the key to great companies.

Who We Need:

We're looking for a bright, hard-working, and passionate full-stack Java software engineer that wants to be part of a team and company building great technology.

This role is remote but required to operate within an Eastern or Central time zone and is not eligible for any form of employment authorization programs (i.e. H1B, etc).

What You're Like:

  • You love a fast environment with a lot of churn. You take pleasure in creation, chaos, spontaneity, change, debate and silence.
  • You’re passionate about great code design, great UX, security, performance and testing.
  • You pride yourself on understanding projects top to bottom.
  • You’re comfortable working in a team where each of us has a huge impact and we depend on each other to get things done.
  • You enjoy working alone or working with others. You’re comfortable doing things even when you’re not told exactly what to do.
  • You like helping others on things that have nothing to do with your project.

What You Need:

  • You have a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related field and at least 2 years of software development experience on a large-scale web application.
  • You communicate well whether you’re getting specs from a stakeholder, writing those specs, explaining a design to your colleagues, or patiently helping a user
  • You can analyze a feature story and design a robust solution for it. You can create specs for complex business rules and calculations.
  • You write well-designed code that you and others will find easy to understand and modify six months from now.
  • You have a strong understanding of object-oriented design and how to implement your designs in Java. You’re comfortable with Linux commands and tools.
  • You know how to design good databases and your SQL skills are solid.
  • You’ve built UIs using HTML, CSS and JavaScript (including OO JavaScript, not just JQuery). Experience with single-page application frameworks like Angular is a plus.
  • Experience implementing HTTP / XML integrations with third-party systems is a plus.