There are so many brilliant career opportunities on Fintech Futures Jobs right now, we just had to share a few with you!
This week, we’re highlighting roles at OakNorth, Checkout.com and Finastra.
So, if you’re looking to make a change, you have absolutely come to the right place.
Don’t believe us? Well, check them out for yourself…
Small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs) 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 currently building a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform called the Credit Intelligence Suite, which transforms commercial lending by helping banks build deeper relationships with their clients, open new opportunities, and deliver credit decisions up to ten times faster than traditional models, with lower risk and greater efficiency.
OakNorth is looking for a DevOps Engineer, with experience of infrastructure and release automation in a continuous integration/continuous delivery framework.
The ideal candidate will work well with devs and client stakeholders to ensure mutually excellent outcomes. You will be trustworthy in a situation with a high degree of self-management and have a deep commitment to setting up and automating excellent processes.
Checkout.com is seeking a Senior Product Manager to join their Card Processing product group, based in their London office.
CP-Fin is a new product within Card Processing and is responsible for charging the appropriate fees to merchants. It plays a critical role in ensuring that all card network and product fees are reflected in their merchant’s ledger and will ensure proper reconciliation processes are applied.
You will report to the Product Director of the Card Processing product group and work closely with the engineer managers, delivery, and business stakeholders.
Acting as an important link between these stakeholders, you will understand desired outcomes for the product, elicit requirements and then translate them into coherent functionalities that can be implemented for innovative and groundbreaking products.
Checkout’s people work in an agile and very dynamic environment, requiring you to be flexible and adaptable.
The ideal candidate will have 4+ years of hands-on Product Manager experience in a fast-paced technology start-up, be a strong advocate of people development and have proven experience in a coaching or mentorship capacity.
The ability to work well under pressure, balance multiple priorities and consistently meet tight deadlines will be crucial in this role, along with superb communication skills and the ability to collaborate with multidisciplinary partners to drive outcomes.
Finastra is looking for an Executive Assistant who will report to the VP, Global Head of Business Transformation and support 1-2 other executive leaders working in other parts of the business.
The Executive Assistant will provide exceptional support in a fast-paced, quickly changing environment. This position requires extreme proactivity in anticipating and adapting to the needs of a highly dynamic team of executives.
In order to do this, the EA must quickly understand how each of the individuals prefers to operate. The EA will be viewed as a “problem solver” and someone who brings options for issue resolution to the attention of the leadership team.
The EA will use discretion and maintain confidentiality in handling sensitive information, be adaptable and flexible in responding to a variety of requests and maintain positive working relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
The successful incumbent will be required to perform extensive calendar management and coordination of all travel arrangements. In addition, the EA will have the opportunity to support special projects as required.
The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 5 years administrative experience in a fast-paced corporate environment, along with experience managing complicated and changing schedules.
You will need a proven ability to work well with limited supervision and to be comfortable and confident taking initiative to get things done quickly. You will also need a demonstrated ability to use sound judgment when fielding questions and speaking about the company with stakeholders.
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