Buying a house is one of the biggest financial transactions a person can make, yet the process is slow, opaque and costly. We at Acre are going to change that by creating the first truly digital end-to-end mortgage in the UK. By completely re-imaging the process using data analytics and smart contracts on blockchain, we’ll be able to make getting a mortgage faster, less cumbersome, more certain, and ultimately cheaper. We have significant funding from a heavyweight in the UK financial market, which puts us in a unique position to execute on our vision and a clear path to reach customers.
As part the front-end engineering team you will be responsible for the design, implementation and testing of the user interface that empowers consumers, brokers and operational functions to efficiently manage the mortgage research and application process. Our team believes in user-centric product design, and you will be building an iconic, beautiful system unlike anything in the market today.
You will be expected to write reusable, testable and efficient code that produces a seamless and beautiful user experience.
During our software development life cycle, you will be expected to work with the business as a whole, converting business requirements into development tasks and taking direct feedback from users and other stakeholders.
Who you will be:
Passionate about software engineering and about delivering a quality product.
Experienced creating beautiful and enjoyable user interfaces that delight users.
Committed to using automated testing platforms and unit tests to deliver readable, maintainable code.
Experienced user of issue management, code versioning, continuous integration and deployment tools.
What we offer:
Chance to join a fully funded, but new Fintech startup in a unique position to make a difference to the mortgage market.
Competitive compensation package including equity.
25 days leave.
Vibrant Central London office, alongside other growing startups, with weekly lunches, as much tea, coffee, biscuits and fruit as you can handle, and Paul's Irish Bar.
Private healthcare, pension plan and cycle to work scheme.