Functional Developer @ Klarna

Nossa empresa

Klarna was founded in Stockholm, Sweden in 2005. Since then we've changed the banking industry forever. And now we're creating the world's smoothest shopping experience. We serve over 90 million consumers worldwide, and partner with 250,000 merchants – with a new merchant joining us every 8 minutes. Including some of the world's leading brands, such as H&M, ASOS, IKEA, Adidas, Samsung and Lufthansa. Our offices are spread over 17 different markets, hosted by 4000+ employees from 100+ nationalities.

Our engineers make some of the most significant decisions for the company and we are looking for bold, open and curious developers. As a Klarnaut, you’ll be inspired to contribute to the growth of Europe’s most highly valued fintech and your work will reach millions of users.

Want to be part of the change? We're expanding several of our engineering teams; teams working on our Core Banking and Servicing platforms.

Descrição da vaga

What you'll do:


Stockholm, Sweden (Relocation package included)


Obrigatórios: (any of these) - Communicate in English - Erlang (or Elixir) - Haskell - Clojure - Scala - Haskell - Typescript

Desejáveis: - Finance exposure - Large scale systems - Cloud exposure (AWS)


Culture - You'll have an opportunity to work with people from 90+ different countries in our English speaking offices in Stockholm city centre.

Learning - We have a learning and development focused environment with an emphasis on knowledge sharing, training, and regular internal technical talks.

Compensation - You’ll receive an attractive salary, pension, and insurance plans, plus we offer all of our employees an opportunity to invest in a RSU program and own a stake of the company. You’ll also receive 30 days annual leave and since we recognise that life is about more than work, we also offer benefits for gym memberships, marathons, and all sorts of activities that promote physical health. We also have generous parental leave (for men and women).

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Erlang Elixir Scala Haskell Clojure Typescript Functional programming