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Three really cool fintech jobs to apply for this week

Jobbio's Rebecca O'Keefe takes a look at three job openings in the UK fintech industry.

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If you’re looking for a new job, you have come to the right place. Our job board is seeing lots of exciting opportunities at the moment, so it’s a great time to put out some applications if you are seeking a change. Check out these exciting roles, as a taster of the kinds of roles open right now...

Card Operations Specialist, Starling Bank

Starling Bank is a leading digital bank on a mission to disrupt the banking industry. They have built an app with smart money management tools to help customers live a healthier financial life. They also offer groundbreaking B2B banking and payments services. Since their launch in 2014, they have surpassed 2.5 million accounts in total: including 400,000 business accounts for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). They are a fully licensed UK bank, and have the culture and spirit of a fast-moving, disruptive technology company. They won the Best British Bank award four years running, and now employ more than 1,700 people across 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.

You will continuously build and maintain an in-depth understanding of Schemes rules and guidelines to ensure full compliance at all times within these rules and guidelines. You will assist with ensuring that appropriate procedures are updated on a periodic basis and reflect regulatory and scheme changes, while developing process maps and carrying out processes pertaining to card operations, including: transaction rejects, merchant queries, invoices, scheme and card reporting, card settlement. For more information, click here.

Senior International Tax Manager, Klarna

On a path to becoming the world's favourite way to shop, Klarna is assembling an unparalleled global talent network, accelerating individual careers, and disrupting entire industries. They are on a mission to liberate humanity from all the meaningless time spent managing their purchases and finances, so they can do more of what they love. They are looking for ambitious people with significant drive. They need problem solvers, initiative takers, people that see opportunities and potential to improve. You should be passionate about your job and enjoy a fast-paced international working environment. You will play an important role in taking Klarna to the next level – thus, you should desire to go above and beyond to deliver and grow as an individual. At Klarna, they embrace change, so you should dare to challenge the status quo and be persistent in doing so.

The successful candidate will become a senior member of Klarna’s growing and dynamic central tax function, ideally based in London or Stockholm, but other locations will be considered. You will be responsible for delivering international corporate tax advice across the Klarna group, on a wide range of issues, while being the guardian of the group’s TP model, from reviewing the regular calculations which lead to the raising of TP invoices through to reviewing and updating the group’s methodology to keep pace with the business, and advising on emerging risks and opportunities. You will support your finance colleagues (who often lead on local tax compliance and interaction with tax authorities) to resolve tax authority audits or statutory auditor reviews, particularly where they concern transfer pricing or international tax issues. 

Read more about this exciting role in Klarna now.

Junior Product Designer, Moneybox

Moneybox is looking for a talented Junior Product Designer to join their team and help shape the vision of a Home-Buying experience. The successful candidate will be embedded within a cross functional mission team, focused on Home-Buying products and services. The company mission is to help turn money into something greater, and a part of this mission is to help people on their Home-Buying journey. Moneybox has already helped hundreds of thousands of people save for their first home with a Lifetime ISA account. So far, they’ve helped customers buy over £100m worth of property through LISAs, and therefore launching the Moneybox Mortgage Service to help people on the next step in their Home-Buying journey is a natural extension of the overall mission.

The Moneybox Mortgage Service helps customers whether they’re buying their first home, next home or remortgaging. The team of mortgage advisers will help customers with their mortgage application from start to finish all within the Moneybox app. The goal is to continue to develop this service to meet customer goals of finding the right mortgage for them.

You must have 1-2 years of experience, a portfolio demonstrating your UX design process and visual design of digital products and features for native apps or web. You should have an interest in technology, an eye for detail and a desire to learn on the go and think on your feet. Having illustration skills is desirable but not essential. 

Click here to apply today. 

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