— You know how to write semantic, accessible HTML
— You know how to create inclusive, maintainable CSS
— You feel comfortable with modern front-end frameworks and tools, such as React, Redux, and Webpack
— You have a proven track record of writing performant code
— You consider tests a must
— Your code reads like well-written prose
— You have a customer-first approach to product development
— You understand how to test your assumptions
— You thrive on getting things done
— You aren’t afraid of failing
— You have a strong sense of good UX and design
— Competitive salary according to your professional skills and expectations
— Travel to work and learn with our dev teams in London, Tallinn, Budapest, New York, Singapore and more
— Stock options in one of Europe’s most hotly-tipped startups
— Education and self-development expenses covering
— Possibility to travel to different offices of the company around the globe
— Free breakfasts and lunches every day
— Team Buildings (Summer Days & Mission Days); wellbeing weeks twice a year
— Flexible working hours
— Friendly atmosphere, plenty of opportunities to grow
— 24 calendar days a year paid vacation and 10 calendar days paid sick-leave
— English courses
— Medical insurance
What you’ll be working on
TransferWise is complex under the hood, with more and more capabilities built every day.
Your job will be to hide away all the complexity and build beautifully simple experiences that guide our users through TransferWise. You’ll help to create clear and helpful interfaces, whilst keeping consistency, maintainability, performance, and, most importantly, the underlying problems, in mind.
In the Global Conversion team, you’ll be working on the core flow of TransferWise, guiding our customers from the landing page to the end of a successful transfer. You’ll be improving the product that got us the first 1 million customers, and helps us get to 10 million, 100 million, and so forth.
We’re open to ideas and technologies — in our codebase, you’ll find Angular 1.5 (sorry), React, Redux, Webpack, Babel, Jest and so forth.