Senior Software Engineer

Job description

Payconiq is a payment company that is currently growing a strong presence in the BENELUX region with big goals to expand across Europe.


We are on the lookout for a Senior Software Engineer - Java who loves delivering quality software, thrives in an agile development team, and has a strong desire to bring real value to customers. We expect you to have at least 6 years of experience and (ideally) experience with design and architecture. 


We’re a 90 person fintech scaleup with 40 nationalities who works together on a daily basis to become a trusted partner and lead in smart processing and payment solutions across Europe. 

How we work at Payconiq:

  • We try our best to exhibit the following people values: transparency, collaboration, ownership, adaptability to change, and excellence.
  • Ever-evolving; we’re always raising the bar higher than it was yesterday.
  • Approachable, kind, smart people in all departments. 
  • Open to new ideas and cutting-edge tech, and of course, Hackathons.
  • We love training and you get to choose how you will spend your 5% training budget; which is in addition to your salary.
  • Agile methodologies.
  • Cross-functional teams; product owners, scrum masters, and QA's on every team.
  • Spotify model; squads, chapters, guilds, and leads galore.


We expect a Senior Software Engineer at Payconiq to have a solid understanding of the following:

  • Java, Spring Frameworks, and NoSQL. Nice to have: Kotlin.
  • Microservices, REST APIs and event sourcing, and a fairly decent understanding of CI/CD, AWS, Kubernetes, and Docker.
  • You write modular, scalable, and reusable code, and you are sure your code is of high quality because you love TDD & BDD.

From what you have read so far, we hope you think Payconiq sounds like a nice place to work. So, if you believe yourself to be a positive-minded person who works well in a team, please apply, and let’s get the conversation started.


What the process will look like from here:

  • Video call with Charlotte from the People Team
  • Technical assignment
  • Technical interview with your Chapter Lead
  • Final interview with Travis, the Head of Development


  • Free fruit, tostis, coffee and tea
  • Macbook pro + tools to do your job well
  • Pool, Nintendo Switch, nerf gun battles, table tennis, foosball and pick-up football games
  • Friday drinks and snacks
  • Summer boat party, end of the year holiday party, hackathons, and more
  • + Check out our videos on the career page to get to know our culture 

Looking forward to learning about your experience!