There’s a plethora of reasons why developers and engineers should want to work in fintech.

It’s one of the fastest growing industries in the UK, it’s made up of a unique and exciting ecosystem and it offers the opportunity to work in a dynamic and constantly evolving sector.

Need further reasons why you should work in fintech? Here’s Six.

Revolut

Since its inception in 2015 Revolut has grown to over 200 employees, working in multiple countries around the globe. The team attribute their rapid success to a lack of bureaucracy and an ethos that despite their growth, they are one team working towards a common goal.

You could join this team as a senior front-end developer if you have a proficiency with Sketch app and a strong understanding of the ReactJS, Redux state container and Webpack module bundler.

In return, you’ll get excellent training and guidance while maintaining autonomy over your work. Further perks include free food, drinks and company socials. Interested?

Apply to Revolut

Wealthsimple

Wealthsimple is a Canadian fintech startup that aims to make investing simple, easy and accessible. Founded in 2014, this growing company has 40,000 clients globally and $1billion in assets under management.

Having launched in the UK last month, the team is offering two UK-based roles, a Portfolio Manager and a Relationship Manager.

The Portfolio Manager will help clients plan and make the right financial decisions while also trying to change the industry perception around investing. You'll also need 3-5 years of experience in a wealth management environment and a full RDR qualification.

Apply here.

The Relationship Manager will have excellent communication skills, a positive attitude and be able to interact with hundreds of clients each day through a variety of channels. Not to mention delivering excellent customer service.

Apply here.

Starling

Founded by Anne Boden after she grew frustrated with the rigid structure of traditional banks, Starling is a company looking to build the best bank account in the world.

The Starling product is a mobile-only offering that allows customers to view all their account information in real time.

The team at Starling are currently hiring a product manager to shape the product strategy and roadmap, track the analytics and work closely with the marketing team to develop feature propositions.

The right candidate will be an excellent communicator with a passion for consumer technologies. Sound like you?

Apply to Starling

DueDil

DueDil is a private company information platform that provides account and business information on over 40 million companies, across 9 countries in Europe.

Headquartered in the UK, DueDil has raised almost $30 million in funding from a string of different investors including Oak Investment Partners, Passion Capital and Notion Capital.

It is currently on the hunt for a python engineer to develop prototypes and build new tools to glean further insights from company data. The ideal candidate will have a keen eye for detail, a passion for resilient and maintainable code and a desire for building data led products.

A formal degree is not necessary for this position, in fact, those with non-traditional educational paths are encouraged to apply.

Apply to DueDil

TransferWise

TransferWise was the brainchild of Estonian friends Kristo Käärmann and Taavet Hinrikus that came about after they moved to London and had to pay high fees to exchange and transfer money.

The TransferWise product is built on a simple mission of ‘money without borders’ and making the transfer of money affordable, quick and fair.

The team at TransferWise enjoy a flat structure with each different element of the business working in independent and autonomous teams in what’s described as a cluster of startups within a startup.

The team is currently hiring a lead product designer to further accelerate their growth.

Ok, so the job isn't actually based in the UK, but in New York and requires extensive experience in product design and an impressive track record of shaping online products. Got what it takes?

Apply to TransferWise

Curve

Curve is a startup that advocates ‘truly connected finance’. Its product is about centralising all debit, credit, reward and business cards and housing them on a single platform.

It has an exciting position open for a senior software engineer skilled in world-leading machine learning techniques.

The role requires experience with RDBMS, deep knowledge of a number of software languages and the ability to diagnose issues at any level - Server, OS, Database, etc.

In return for your strong technical prowess, you’ll enjoy a number of perks including a generous holiday allowance, a monthly health and wellness budget and social and team lunches.

Apply to Curve

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