OpenRent is the way people rent property online - a force for good in an industry tarnished by rip-off agencies. Enabled by an unrelenting focus on technology, we now let more properties than any high-street agency in the UK. In the last 12m we let over £9.5bn worth of property, without charging any admin fees to tenants.
We're hiring dev #1 and #2, looking for generalists, thought-leaders, and those with a passion for solving real-world problems.
You'll be working in a close-knit team, directly with the founding team, and have full autonomy to work on, and how best, to solve the biggest problems in the industry. We find problems, improve customer experiences, and commit code every day.
- Lead Software Engineer | C# | £30k - £55k | up to 0.5% | https://angel.co/openrent/jobs/143003-lead-software-engineer
- Front-End Developer | £30k - £55k | up to 0.5% | https://angel.co/openrent/jobs/143011-front-end-developer
- Jobs Page: https://angel.co/openrent/jobs
Contact via AngelList or email in profile.
Look forward to meeting you!
Gotta admit the salary range for the lead engineer position is worrying. You won't find anyone worth their salt for such an important role in an early stage company starting at £30k.
Probably not at £55k either.
The salary range is fairly broad, and if anyone with lots of experience comes forward we'll happily negotiate. We want incentived, smart engineers, and hopefully we're approachable enough that there shouldn't be a barrier in terms of salary / benefits. Of course, in London, we might not be able to compete with the hedge funds / banks, but I think we offer something very different.
If you want to have a massive impact, and be rewarded for success, we're hopefully a great place to be. Hopefully our remuneration package is comparable / better than other similar roles - and if not, we'll certainly look to change that.
Hiring isn't easy, and like with anything, we'll keep learning and developing as we go!
If you're motivated and like the sound of what we're doing, don't hesitate to reach out.
Anyway, best of luck - anything to improve the rental situation in London is very welcome!
Another aspect is a "do good" mission and willingness to kick-ass.