FinTech Futures Jobs: Here’s why you should check out these fintech jobs
With employment in the UK fintech industry currently at around 76,500 people, and due to grow to approximately 105,500 people by 2030, there is lots of scope for a career in this exciting industry.
The sector is soaring: fintech investment rose to $37.3 billion in 2021, up from $5.2 billion in 2020.
Globally, the UK is the second-highest ranking fintech ecosystem after the US and it has the world’s highest concentration of financial and professional services firms. That all adds up to an environment where opportunity knocks for those working in the space.
To discover three fintech roles with some nice additional benefits, scroll on – and there are plenty more job opportunities on our Job Board.
What to know: Founded six years ago, Tendable was formerly known as Perfect Ward and is focused on applying the best digital technology to solve one of healthcare’s most important challenges – how to engage front line teams in continuously improving quality and patient safety. Its aim is to bring a transformational digital user experience to front line staff, across all health and social care settings, by removing manual paper-based processes, thereby freeing up time to care.
Why apply: The opportunity to join an exceptional start-up business backed by blue-chip VCs at an early stage of the journey is an attractive prospect for those who are seeking an exciting career move. Plus, Tendable offers a competitive market salary with pension contribution up to 7%, an annual discretionary bonus, an individual personal development budget plus three days leave per annum, 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays and access to the company share option scheme.
Available roles: Roles currently on offer include DevOps Engineer, Head of Marketing, Full-Stack Developer and Finance Analyst, in both London and Leeds.
Learn more here: Discover lots more about Tendable’s open vacancies on our Job Board.
What to know: Seedrs is an equity crowdfunding platform which allows people to invest in early-stage unlisted companies. It is headquartered in East London’s Tech City and was founded in 2012. In 2019, it announced that 250 start-ups had raised funding through its crowdfunding platform.
Why apply: A competitive salary is only the start of the benefits package here. Seedrs gives employees money to invest through the platform, 25 days annual leave plus flexi Fridays, a personal wellness allowance, enhanced maternity/paternity/adoption pay and an enhanced pension package. There are also company offsites and team socials plus free fruit, coffee and Friday drinks in the office.
Available roles: Mobile Software Engineer, Software Engineer – Ruby on Rails, Partnerships Associate and Head of Regulatory and AML Compliance are all available.
Learn more here: The down-low on job openings at Seedrs is over on our Job Board.
What to know: A cloud-based accounting software platform for small- and medium-sized businesses, Xero aims to help small businesses succeed through better tools, information and connections.
Why apply: You’ll get good additional benefits here. A typical role offers a highly competitive salary and 23 days holiday plus bank holidays, as well as 10 days wellbeing leave (for sickness, emergencies and for taking a mental health break). There is access to a company pension scheme with matched contributions up to 4.5% and a range of wellbeing initiatives, and Xero also offers remote and flexible working.
Available roles: Account Manager, Digital Designer and IT Project Lead positions are all available.
Learn more here: From Xero to hero: all the info on open positions is on our Job Board.
For many more open positions at exciting fintech companies such as Hazy, Monzo and Railsbank, check out our Job Board.
About the author:
Kirstie works for our job board partner, Jobbio.
Based in Dublin, she has been a writer and editor across print and digital platforms for over 15 years.