FinTech Futures Jobs: Three exciting roles to apply for in November
And just like that, we’re in a new month already! Where has the time gone?
If you’re looking to make some changes this November, a fun new job might be a great place to start.
We have a whole host of brilliant open roles on our job board. Here’s a small taster…
At Finastra, their purpose is to unlock the power of finance for everyone. They are one of the world’s largest fintech’s working with over 9,000 customers, including 90 of the top 100 banks globally. Their scale and reach allow the firm to build long-lasting relationships that put customers first.
The folks at Finastra are looking for a Global Solution Lead who will take responsibility for the corporate lending franchise, driving sales pipelines, deal execution, product strategy and thought leadership.
The successful candidate will understand current trends for corporate lending solutions and translate that to Strategic Demand Generation programmes, identifying new target markets, business prospects and cross-sell opportunities in order to maximise revenue potential.
You will maintain regular dialogue with regional sales teams, driving Strategic Demand Generation programme execution to ensure pipeline generation targets are achieved and of the right quality.
Alongside amazing colleagues and engaging work, Finastra wants to help you get the best out of your career. They offer continuous learning and development to take your skills to the next level.
It’s not just about being the best you can be at work, there are also a variety of benefits to make your non-work life better, including paid holiday, flexible working, pension, health and well-being initiatives and many more. If you’re looking to build your career, work with experts and most of all have fun, then maybe consider applying.
Small and medium-size enterprises (SME) are one of the biggest drivers of growth and innovation in economies all over the world. Despite these companies being a powerful force in the economy, many SMEs find it difficult to raise capital during critical stages of their company growth.
Traditional commercial lending is optimised to make loans that are either too small to be effective or too large and expensive to be practical. At OakNorth, their mission is to help lenders fill this gap which they refer to as the “Missing Middle”.
They are building a SaaS platform called the Credit Intelligence Suite which transforms commercial lending by helping banks build deeper relationships with their clients and open new, more profitable opportunities while delivering credit decisions up to ten times faster than traditional models, with lower risk and greater efficiency.
They are now looking for a DevOps Engineer to join the team. The successful candidate will have experience of infrastructure and release automation in a continuous integration/continuous delivery framework.
You will have a good practical knowledge of what works and what doesn’t and have exceptional judgement. You will work well with devs and client stakeholders to ensure mutually excellent outcomes. By the time you say a release is good to go, or infra is ready to ship for a client, it’s rock solid.
The Public Company Advisory team sits within Grant Thornton’s Deals and Consulting business which comprises several teams including corporate finance, valuations, business consulting and due diligence.
As a manager, you will be part of the client service team advising clients on transformational projects for their businesses and on delivering ongoing value to shareholders. You will be interfacing with client management (typically C-suite executives) and other professionals.
You will be assisting in coordinating client services and advice from other professional firms (e.g. lawyers and stockbrokers) and other internal specialists from Grant Thornton’s Deals and Consulting business and other advisory service lines.
If you enjoy working on a wide-reaching range of projects that will help businesses and communities flourish, you’ll fit right in. Your day-to-day role will include specific work streams and tasks relating to client deliverables covering a range of regulatory issues involving areas such as the AIM Rules for Companies, the Takeover Code and the Market Abuse Regulation.
Your role will also include leading and managing the delivery of marketing documentation, including pitch materials and client proposals. You will be expected to demonstrate an understanding of the commercial objective of your work and how this fits into the overall project or client deliverable.
If you’re on the lookout for an exciting new job, then check out the FinTech Futures Jobs portal, where you may just find your dream role.
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