While there has been a lot of apprehension and uncertainty around the potential fallout of Brexit, the UK fintech sector remains one of the most prominent in Europe.
According to a recent report by Innovate Finance, there are 1,600 fintechs currently active in Britain with 76,500 people working in the industry. It is predicted that this number will rise to 105,500 by 2030.
Are you looking to work in this lucrative sector? Here are 5 fintech companies currently hiring.
To land the role of Receipt Bank’s Head of Analytics you’ll need experience working in a fast-paced, high-growth business. You’ll also need significant technical knowledge with fluency in Python, SQL and Looker.
A Bachelor’s degree from a recognised institution is also the minimum academic requirement. In return you can expect a competitive salary, access to learning and development platforms, discounted gym membership and Friday drinks! Apply here.
With over £500 million invested into campaigns and over 720 deals funded, Seedrs is one of the UK’s leading equity crowdfunding platforms. The company has offices in Lisbon, Amsterdam and Berlin are looking to grow their team in their London HQ.
The team at MarketInvoice believe that people are the most important part of any organisation. If that sounds like an environment you want to work in then you could be the data engineer they’re looking for. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of building and maintaining data pipelines and have experience with data warehousing particularly AWS or Google Cloud.
The benefits of this role include childcare vouchers, a best in class share options scheme, private health coverage and 25 days annual leave. Apply today.
Since its inception in 2005, Cashplus has been challenging UK high street banks and grown to 1.5 million customers. The team needs a Head of Data Science to join them in their London Bridge office.
The responsibilities of this role include establishing and managing a roadmap of data science activities, maintaining a development lifecycle for algorithms and growing the data science team.
The rewards associated with this role are life assurance, family friendly policies and regular social activities. Sounds good? Apply here.
Working closely with SEO strategy, content, technical and digital PR, the successful candidate for this role will have excellent communication skills, a good head for numbers and have experience working in an agency setting.
The day-to-day tasks of this position include creating client reports, leading client meetings and calls and collaborating with other channels to ensure maximum impact.
The rewards of this role include good work-life balance and a fun and energetic working environment. Think you’ve got what it takes? Apply now.