Want to help us change the way the world moves money?

We build high tech services that allow people to send and receive money easily. Our customers are mostly migrants, sending money home to their families and friends in Africa, Asia and Latin America.

Today only 5% of the remittance market is online – with a large proportion of the industry operating through informal untracked networks. Yet online is predicted to grow to 60% in the next 5-6 years and WorldRemit is driving that shift.

By reducing costs and freeing up time we enable people to make the most of the opportunities that their new life abroad provides and help to release the billions of dollars lost in transferring money to the developing world. This money goes directly to those who need it.

Why do we care about money transfers so much?

Most of our customers are first or second generation migrants. They may be living and working far from their home but still manage to send money back to support their loved ones.

Large international wire transfer companies and banks have been taking advantage of people like this by charging preposterous fees and unfair rates.

With the World Bank estimating $575 billion annually flowing into developing countries - transforming the remittance industry could have a greater impact on international development than every single government aid program combined.

WorldRemit is using innovative technology and growing it’s a global network to make transferring money easier, fairer and more affordable.

 

How are we doing so far?

-   A family of 600+ employees across offices in London, Denver, Sydney and more

-   A Fintech Top 20 company

-   Sending almost 10,000,000 remittances annually (and growing)

-   Raised $230 million in funding

-   Funded by VCs behind companies such as Airbnb, Spotify, Netflix and Facebook.

-   Covering 140+ countries across the globe

WorldRemit is changing the way people send and receive money internationally to family and friends. We’re making it quicker, easier and cheaper; leading an online revolution and laying to rest the old-fashioned money transfer business.

What you’ll be working on:

Based in London, you will report to an Engineering Manager in the Customer Growth Tribe. You’ll work closely with a squad of engineers to deliver market-changing features on our money transfer platform.  We need a talented QA engineer, who has a passion for automation, to set the standards and drive adoption of appropriate tools and techniques to enable the engineers to deliver a scalable, secure and highly available experience for our global customer base.

Your responsibilities:

  • Working as part of an Agile multi-disciplinary team, participating in sprint planning meetings, daily stand-ups and sprint retrospectives, to provide a QA perspective.
  • Liaising with other WorldRemit teams to share/introduce/suggest new test technologies and best practices.
  • Championing automated solutions to speed up delivery whilst improving test coverage and quality.
  • Testing non-functional requirements (e.g. performance, scalability).
  • Monitoring and analysing defects with live production systems.
  • Validating defects raised by other team members and verifying fixes.

 

What we are looking for:

  • Good interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.
  • Previous experience in an Agile development environment with a focus on automated testing.
  • Experience with automated testing of mobile/web applications and API’s using popular test frameworks such as Espresso, Appium, Selenium, Webdriver.io
  • A good working demonstrable knowledge of Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery based testing.
  • Familiarity with cloud technologies, ideally Azure
  • Root cause analysis mindset, good at identifying bugs not just symptoms.
  • Ideally financial services or money transfer experience.

Engineering at WorldRemit:

Investment in technology is the #1 priority for WorldRemit’s investors, board and senior leadership team. Headed by our CTO Mark Watson, the technology team currently stands at 100 across London, Krakow and Denver. The team will grow to circa 140 this year and could well double in size again beyond 2018. 

We have built our cloud-native distributed platform which hosted in Azure and AWS. Our teams follow a Build It, Support It model ensuring we drive high standards of quality and resilience.