Like a lot of technology companies, we are mostly working remotely at Starling and we think we will be for a while to come. We’re open to applications from across the UK but our preference is that you’re located within a commutable distance from our London office, so that when we’re able to see each other and collaborate in person again, we’re ready to go!
Please note, your contracted hours will be non-standard as you will often need to support with maintenance and outage events outside of normal business hours... With this you will be working a normal 37.5 hour week.
This new role within the Technology function will design and create robust monitoring for business critical processes, working closely with suppliers, payment schemes and our Technology and Operations functions. You will play a key part in ensuring 24/7 banking services are maintained, including support for incidents, planned outages and other scheduled activities.
Starling is a leading digital bank on a mission to disrupt the banking industry.
Since our launch in 2014, we've surpassed 1.8 million accounts. Our total deposits, meanwhile, have topped £3.7 billion over the same period. We're a fully licensed UK bank, and we have the culture and spirit of a fast-moving, disruptive technology company. We've won the Best British Bank award three years running, and now employ almost 1000 people across our London, Southampton, Cardiff & Dublin offices.
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