Three great tech jobs to apply for today

By Kirstie McDermott on Thursday 14 April 2022

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Three great tech jobs to apply for today
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Are you on the hunt for a new gig? You’ve come to the right place: this week, we’re bringing you three brilliant (and interesting) roles that are available on AltFi Jobs. So, if you are looking for a new opportunity, get applying.

Product Manager, Experian

Experian is the world’s leading global information services company. During life’s big moments – from buying a home or a car, to sending a child to college, to growing a business by connecting with new customers – it empowers consumers and clients to manage their data with confidence.

The company helps individuals to take financial control and access financial services, businesses to make smarter decisions and thrive, lenders to lend more responsibly, and organisations to prevent identity fraud and crime.

Experian is seeking a Product Manager. You’ll be a results-oriented strategic business and product development leader to drive product innovation, market expansion and new market development activity leveraging data, domain knowledge and experience in data and analytics.

This new role will help guide and drive innovation and growth agenda through validating client / market needs, organising and communicating actions, and collaborating with business units staff to help grow the Experian BI business through data, analytics and technology. Reporting to the Product Director in the Business Data Services Domain, you will join a team leading the rollout of new Environmental, Social, and Governance products in the UK. You’ll be driving the design and development of new products and supporting data services.

You will be responsible for quality and speed of execution of the product team roadmaps, working with internal stakeholders to support new product launches and expansion plans, engaging with clients, and prospective clients, on a regular basis to understand their needs and to present the company’s approach. This candidate must have high energy and drive to make an impact and be focused on making a difference and have a solid understanding of Business Data Services and experience working with software and data products.

Discover Experian’s other open roles across Business Development and AI on its careers page.

Android Developer, Moneybox

Moneybox is helping hundreds of thousands of people save and invest for their future. This award-winning app makes it easy to get started, offers products to suit every need, encourages people to make the right decisions throughout their lives and brings everything together in a service which is simple and enjoyable to use.

The company has built a friendly team of experienced entrepreneurs, developers, designers and marketers who have a successful track record in building mobile apps. Inspired by a vision, they go to work every day because they believe everyone should have access to the tools and information to confidently plan for their financial future.

Moneybox is currently growing at a rapid pace. To support this growth it is looking for a budding Android Developer. In this role you will be responsible for working within a dedicated team to develop the Moneybox Android app.

You will work alongside other developers to maintain and develop new features that enhance the overall app experience. In this position, you will be responsible for supporting the Lead Android Developer on Android applications and you will be involved in the whole life cycle from suggesting new features to releasing the application.

Moneybox is also hiring for a number of exciting roles, so check out its careers page now

Card Operations Specialist, Starling Bank

A leading digital bank on a mission to disrupt the banking industry, Starling Bank has built an app with smart money management tools to help customers live a healthier financial life. The company also offers groundbreaking B2B banking and payments services.

Since its launch in 2014, Starling Bank has surpassed 2.5 million accounts in total: including 400,000 business accounts for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Total deposits, meanwhile, have surpassed £7 billion over the same period – impressive stuff, right?

A fully licensed UK bank with the culture and spirit of a fast-moving, disruptive technology company, Starling has won the Best British Bank award four years running, and now employs more than 1,700 people across its London, Southampton and Cardiff offices.

As a Card Payments Specialist at Starling Bank you’ll be part of an expert team that deals with all things card-related. Your main responsibility will be ensuring that customer’s cards work exactly as they should. You’ll be dealing directly with customers to resolve their card queries, liaising with the technical team to develop your understanding of Mastercard transaction rules, and supporting on card projects where needed. 

The even better news? Starling Bank has a bunch of other open positions on its careers page, from Data Science to Customer Service, and everything in between. Check them out now!

For even more great tech roles, head to our job board now. 

This article was provided by Jobbio and does not necessarily reflect the views of AltFi.

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Companies in this Article:

Experian
Moneybox
Starling Bank

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