Eventbrite is hiring a

Senior Software Engineer (Payouts and Billing) Nashville or Remote

Nashville, United States
Financial Engineering is incredibly important for any global marketplace.  The success of the Eventbrite as well as our creators depends on building and maintaining a best-in-class financial ecosystem that produces, monitors, and validates Eventbrite’s financial data.  We are looking for a strong Backend Engineer to join our Payouts & Billing team to help us continue to drive innovation within the payout experience for our creators. 
The Payouts & Billing team is part of the Money Systems pillar and is responsible for building infrastructure for, and maintaining the health of, Eventbrite’s systems responsible for ensuring our creators get paid for the events they’ve hosted on our platform.  We are tasked with ensuring that Eventbrite’s most sensitive solutions are as stable, scalable, and accurate as possible.  We build tools and processes to manipulate, move, audit, and reconcile financial data.  We also consult other teams on best practices when working with high-risk data and code.
One thing you should know: our organization is very people-focused. Engineers help each other, work on problems together, mentor each other, fail together, and actively develop their careers. Consistent pairing, weekly demos, tech talks, and regular hackathons are at the core of how we’ve built our team and product.  
You’ll work with an all star team to take Eventbrite’s financial platform to the next level.  You’ll build innovative solutions that drive the success of both the business and our customers and will engage with Engineers and Product Experts across the organization to push the business forward.  Most importantly, you’ll provide key technical expertise that helps the team grow and succeed.  While most of the code we own is backend focused, we’re a full stack team and own several frontend components as well.
You’ll be a key voice in conversations (along with the entire team) in refining the work that we do - contributing to decisions about how we do the work we have to do.  You’ll contribute to Eventbrite engineering’s culture of technical excellence through inclusivity and mentorship.
Eventbrite is one of the world’s largest Django-powered sites by request volume. Python, Django, and MySQL are the primary off-the-shelf technologies in our stack. We are hosted on AWS. PySOA, our services framework, builds on these core technologies. Some of the other tools that we use are Hive, Spark, Kafka, Redis, ElasticSearch, Kubernetes, React, and Git.


  • 4+ years building applications in a mainstream programming language: Python, PHP, Ruby, C#, C++, Java, etc
  • 3+ years of experience using some form of web framework. Django, Symphony, Rails, ASP.net, etc
  • You care about making sure your code is maintainable and well tested, bringing knowledge and practice of TDD in your day to day
  • A result driven self-starter with great communication and collaboration skills – we put a lot of emphasis on being team players
  • Passion to learn and to teach/mentor others


  • You have experience in technical Engineering leadership and mentorship
  • You’ve worked with high-risk data and code
  • You enjoy working with big data on distributed database architectures
  • You have knowledge of Accounting and Finance best-practices

Eventbrite is a the world’s largest self-service ticketing platform, powering millions of live experiences each year. We empower creators of events of all shapes and sizes – from music festivals, experiential yoga, political rallies to gaming competitions –– by providing them the tools and resources they need to seamlessly plan, promote, and produce live experiences around the world. Last year, the team served 795,000 creators hosting nearly 4 million experiences across 170 countries. Our mission? To bring the world together through live experiences. Meet some of the Britelings that make it happen.


Eventbrite is a proud equal opportunity/affirmative action employer supporting workforce diversity.  We do not discriminate based upon race, ethnicity, ancestry, citizenship status, religion, color, national origin, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), marital status, registered domestic partner status, caregiver status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression, transgender status, sexual stereotypes, age, genetic information, military or veteran status, mental or physical disability, political affiliation, status as a victim of domestic violence, assault or stalking, or other applicable legally protected characteristics.