Full Stack Software Engineer

Why we need you.

We are New Zealand’s leading electronic payments company and Kiwis rely on us to ensure that electronic purchasing is available wherever purchases for goods and services need to be made. In our history to date, we have put through 16 billion transactions, worth an estimated $700B, and worked with over 120,000 merchants.

Our team is growing fast, and we need new people to help us develop our online apps and services. You’ll be working on our innovative, new LG (Linked Gateway) system. LG is a next generation payment routing solution developed in-house and responsible for managing routing and processing of all Worldline NZ’s online payment requests. LG integrates closely with our consumer facing Click product to form a complete end to end payment solution for our customers. It’s ground-breaking stuff and we can’t wait to get you on board to help us continue to transform the way we pay for goods and services in NZ!

What you are going to be doing.

This is a Software Engineering role, working with a product-focussed team. Although you’ll spend much of your time working with Java and Python, you’ll also be writing code in other languages and using a variety of technologies. You’ll be involved in all parts of the process, seeing features through from an idea to production. In a normal week though you can expect to be spending time on:

Building new product features
Defining architecture
Supporting QA Engineers
Supporting Security practices
Helping your team to be their best
Developing proof of concepts
Supporting the infrastructure
Drive the CI/CD and DevOps processes and practises.
Why join us?!

We realise what’s important to you and someone else can differ, so we offer a range of benefits to appeal to everyone, you included!

–        A beautiful new purpose-built office in the heart of Auckland CBD – Harbour Views, Bar, Café and Gym Onsite and Top-notch technology (need we say more?!)

–        Our employee benefits package – what we call ‘Pick n Mix’ to spend on whatever tickles your fancy

–        A generous bonus scheme

–        A day off on your birthday

–        A comprehensive culture & wellbeing program with an annual calendar of fantastic events

–        Time out for an on-site subsidised massage

–        A Kiwi Saver superannuation contribution

–        Flexible and supportive working

–        A great reward and recognition programme and much much more!

Do you qualify?


5+ years’ experience as a software development engineer.
Strong knowledge of Java and Spring Framework.
A good understanding of databases and database application frameworks, ideally MySQL and PostgreSQL.
Knowledge of development tools, automation, scripting and how these apply to the concepts of continuous integration/deployment/delivery and agile software development. Passion for what ‘better’ DevOps processes are and demonstrable initiative in implementing is a bonus.
Knowledge of cloud-based platforms, ideally AWS.
A good understanding of Microservices Architecture.
Understanding of a good API design.
Knowledge of industry standard internet protocols (HTTP, TLS).

Experience in at least one popular Python framework, ideally FastAPI.
Experience with React JavaScript Library including component design and state management.
Knowledge of common web based and mobile technologies/platforms.
Knowledge of Docker and Kubernetes.
Knowledge of industry standard encryption standards and protocols and how to use these securely.
Worldline NZ is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. If you have any health-related issues that we might need to accommodate, please let us know. Our recruitment decisions are based on the needs and requirements of each role, and candidates are selected based on their unique strengths and characteristics.

If you’d like to have a confidential chat before or after you apply, feel free to give Kim Sanderson a call on 02102971985. We’re looking forward to welcoming you to the team!

PS You must be in NZ and have the right to work here if you’re applying :)