We are looking for an experienced Backend Developer to join our Uptime team, either remote or in our Montréal Office, located at WeWork L’Avenue.

This is a hands on Service Reliability DevOps position which will let you take part in building the platform and shaping its future.

About you

You have 3+ years of experience coding software. You are eager to operate and learn in one of Canada's fastest growing startup - fast pace, high autonomy, high accountability work culture.

Core skills/qualifications:

3 years +
-.NET C# | Microsoft technologies
-SQL Server - TSQL Query

1 year +
-Web scraping


-Tracing/Logging. NLog
-DotPeek - Jest
-MemoryDump - CPU usage
-WireShark - Fiddler
-ReactJS - AngularJS
-TypeScript - SaSS - Compass
-SaaS/PaaS experience
-Domain Driven Design (DDD), Test Driven Design (TDD/TLD) & Moq, SOLID pattern
-ECMA6 - CommonJS
-WebPack - Babel


If you see yourself in the following 4 characteristics, and in Flinks' definitions of them, you may want to get in touch:

-Coachability: the ability to absorb and apply coaching
-Intelligence: the ability to apply causal reasoning
-Problem solving: the ability to find solutions through effective researching
-Work ethic: proactively pursuing the uptime team mission with a high degree of energy and daily activity

More about Flinks

Flinks is an API company that provides a gateway to financial data. With a mission to democratize access to, and enhance the value of financial data, Flinks is behind the most innovative financial services in the world, and in virtually all segments of finance.

Flinks is following the path of some of Canada’s leading tech companies including Shopify, Wealthsimple, and Slack, with a nomination at the Canadian Innovation Awards for top New Startup of the year.

Flinks tech is a core-to-business component for companies that are reshaping the world of finance - TransferWise, WealthSimple, and nearly a hundred other FinTechs.

Read more about Flinks’ origins and culture:

Check out our team:

Check out our CEO’s winning pitch at Montreal’s Forum FinTech 2017:


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