Mid Developer


ELECTRUM is a high growth FinTech company based in Woodstock, Cape Town. We are South Africa’s leading payments software experts and build cloud based transaction processing software that is used by major banks and retailers. We hire extremely smart people and offer great opportunities for personal growth and career progression. You will be joining a dynamic, highly skilled and delivery focused team. Our work environment is relaxed yet results-driven. Side benefits include engaging colleagues, a trendy office space, free healthy cooked lunch, regular social events and flexible working hours.

What you’ll do

You’ll work as an Intermediate Software Developer at Electrum. You’ll be required to:

  • design, develop and architect Electrum payments software solutions
  • work closely with Electrum customers, at a business and a technical level
  • lead customer projects
  • mentor & provide technical leadership to junior team members
  • be involved in the Graduate and Internship programs

Our technology landscape includes: Java, MySQL, InnoDB, Git, Maven, Circle CI, Python, Bash, Ansible, JavaScript, Node.js, React, SOAP, REST, AWS.


  • University Degree in Computer Science, Mathematics or Engineering
  • Excellent Object-Oriented Analysis, Design and Development skills
  • 3+ years experience as a Java developer
  • Experience developing SAAS products
  • Full-stack experience
  • Java (3+ years)
  • JavaScript with React (1+ years)


  • Team beach getaways
  • World class payments training
  • Macbook Pro
  • Highly competitive games of table tennis
  • Showers and Towel Service
  • Generous leave policy
  • Tons of career growth opportunities
  • Family style cooked lunches
  • Great coffee
  • Friday beer on tap
  • Company gym
Electrum is a fast-paced technology company working with some of the country’s biggest institutions. We love that the projects we work on touch the lives of millions of South Africans every day, making a real difference – whether that’s giving an aspiring business woman access to banking for the first time, or distributing government financial aid to thousands of students.