London is a hotbed of startup activity right now, particularly centred around the Tech City and Silicon Roundabout area of London (near Old Street station). If you fancy working in a fast paced, dynamic and highly stimulating environment you need look no further than working in a startup. Throw away the corporate rule book, business suit and regular 9-5 hour working day. Get yourself truly stuck in to a job you’ll love.
I’ve listed 10 super cool startup jobs currently live on their sister website Tech City Jobs:
1. Web Product Manager with strong UX skills – Enthuse.me
Enthuse.me are looking for a creative, process-driven product manager with meticulous attention to detail, strong project management skills and a proven track-record in creating & defining product requirements based on user needs and strategic business objectives.
2. Drupal Developer – full time – BrightLemon
BrightLemon are looking for a leading Drupal Developer to work with their growing team of Drupal enthusiasts to deliver some exciting online community projects. This role provides an exciting opportunity to work alongside a great team of developers and designers which create interactive websites for some of the largest educational; charity and corporate organisations in the world.
3. Agile Tester (contract + full time positions) – ustwo Studio
ustwo Studio are looking for awesome Agile Testers to join their inspiring family of design nerds and technical geeks. You’ll be working as part of their amazing QA team, still in its early days, helping them build and improve on their testing processes. They work on cutting edge platforms within an agile process, in which you will plan and conduct functional and acceptance testing of their software products.
4. Product Manager Intern – CarbonVoyage
CarbonVoyage are looking for a three-month intern to take the lead on managing the development of their product with a real focus on user experience. This is a great opportunity for a talented, self-starting individual who has a passion for collaborative consumption, sustainability and technology. This position will be an excellent way for a dynamic graduate to get some experience working with highly talented software designers and customers on refining their technology platform.
5. Chief Architect for food-tech startup – Epicurely
Epicurely are looking for a kick-ass Ruby on Rails developer and all-around hacker who’s passionate about foodtech and wants to change the world of dining. This is a unique opportunity in a huge market. You’ll be part of the founding team building the next big thing in foodtech and as such will be rewarded with a generous equity stake and a modest base salary.
6. Backend Developer – VisualDNA
VisualDNA are looking for a Back End Developer who will be part of a talented engineering team working on one of their two core products and report directly to the Technical Lead/Manager. You, as part of your team, will be responsible for scoping, design, implementation, integration and maintenance of features and functionality for the product your team will focus on. You will be flexible and pragmatic with a positive “can do” attitude to delivering product to expected timelines, but you will also recognise the importance of good design, thorough QA and regular refactoring and code improvement. You are a great coder who enjoys challenging technical problems. You understand that problems have multiple solutions and you can evaluate them and choose the best one. You understand algorithms and code efficiency and can optimise your code for performance.
7. Web Developer – Lovestruck.com
Lovestruck.com are seeking a talented Web Developer to join their team based in their Old Street studio. Your role is to help build the next generation of their internationally successful online dating products using the latest technologies and cutting edge design – and to innovate, iterate and shape the future of a high profile online brand.
9. Senior Linux Systems Administrator – 7digital
7digital are looking for a cross-platform generalist to join the Systems team and provide some informed Windows experience without getting religious about it. They are a team with a Linux bias but their core business logic runs on .NET via a Linux stack. They need someone who enjoys working with Windows in a non-homogeneous environment. That is to say, someone who enjoys putting it to best use in the right place, but without feeling that every server they can’t RDP into is a waste of a good CPU.
10. Interaction Designer @ Huddle – Huddle
Huddle are looking for an interaction designer, specialising in tactile, responsive and delightful application interface designs. Fresh enough to get the best out of HTML5 and CSS3, but pragmatic enough to progressively enhance from less-fortunate browsers upward. You understand how well-designed interactions afford efficient task flows and are capable of prototyping fast, lightweight and reusable patterns across devices. You’ll show us the art of the possible and push us to do better.
(If you have a startup and are looking for people to join your company, you can post your jobs free on Tech City Jobs).