Senior Backend Software Engineer in Housing Journeys

  • Anywhere

Copenhagen K, Denmark (Hybrid)


Are you passionate about empowering customers with intuitive digital experiences that profoundly impact customers in their significant life events? Are you excited to be a part of revolutionizing the process of home-buying, remortgaging, or home improvement consideration? If yes, we have an exciting opportunity for you.

Join the Housing Journeys Tribe as we reinvent mortgage finance journeys. We collaborate closely with a large range of colleagues across Danske Bank and Realkredit Danmark in an open and cooperative culture.

We’re seeking a Senior Backend Software Engineer to join a diverse, cross-functional squad that values professionalism, transparency, mutual support, and learning from both triumphs and challenges.

Our tech stack includes C#, JavaScript/TypeScript with Node.js, Go, a touch of Java, and we’re proficient in using Git and GitHub for version control. We work with tools like Docker, Jenkins, Elastic, Kibana, and Microsoft SQL Server. The long-term strategy is to refactor/rearchitect the solution into C# as well as to migrate infrastructure, application services, and data to AWS—a transformative journey you would be part of.

At the Housing Journeys Tribe, we prioritize your growth—both professional and personal and we’re committed to support your continued development journey with us.

You will:

  • Develop high-quality back-end code and enhance and evolve our infrastructure.
  • Team up with architects, software engineers, UX designers, and business analysts.
  • Identify and address technical debt.
  • Team up to improve our development, testing, and deployment practices.
  • Engage actively in squad life and events.

About you:

  • You are an experienced backend developer relied upon for your guidance and mentorship.
  • You are experienced in developing scalable, secure, robust, and efficient enterprise applications.
  • You have a solid experience in C#, JavaScript/TypeScript with Node.js, and you’re proficient in using Git and GitHub. Experience with Go or Java is a bonus.
  • You have knowledge in containerization and CI/CD automation, with practical hands-on OpenShift and/or AWS experience. Knowledge of Docker, Linux, and Python would be beneficial.
  • You have a solid understanding of SQL Server and TSQL.
  • You are comfortable with architectural analysis, design, and documenting your work.
  • You hold a bachelor’s degree or higher in Engineering or Science.
  • You are fluent in English and prepared to work in cross-country squads.
  • You are proactive, have outstanding communication skills, and are comfortable turning on your camera during virtual meetings.
  • You have an agile mindset and have hands-on experience with agile methodologies.

Join us and become part of a team that’s shaping the future of mortgage financing journeys.

If you want to hear more about the position, we suggest you to reach out to Chapter Lead, Giedrius Slivinskas on

To apply for this job please visit

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