GoCardless

GoCardless is the UK’s leading Direct Debit provider. We collect more than half a billion pounds each year for over 30,000 businesses and organisations including Greater Anglia Trains, Crowdcube and Funding Circle, with year-on-year growth of 600%.

Description

We're primarily built in Ruby and JavaScript using Rails and Angular, and we rely on Postgres, Elasticsearch, RabbitMQ and Chef. We deploy many times a day, supported by a test suite we trust and a culture of code review.Many of our team are active members of the wider tech community. We open source whatever we can, as we did with Hutch (https://github.com/gocardless/hutch) and Statesman (https://github.com/gocardless/statesman), and we regularly host events and meetups in our offices. We have a conference budget for everyone on the team and can help with speaker coaching if you're interested.

Technologies

ElasticSearchJavaScriptChefRuby on RailsRedisPostgreSQLRabbitMQAngularJS

Jobs

London, UK

Data scientist
Engineering Manager

Level: Senior

London, UK

Engineering Manager

London, UK

Product management

London, UK

Go EngineerJS Frontend EngineerPython EngineerRuby Engineer

London, UK

Product management

Dalton House, 60 Windsor Ave, London SW19 2RR, UK

Product Designer

Why you'd like working here

    Small team with strong values

    Despite the scale of our work, we're a small and friendly team with strong shared values. We're passionate about learning, and we all care deeply about the quality of what we build. We regularly run internal tech talks given by both GoCardless employees and industry experts, and we pay for courses & books.

    Open source

    Many of our team are active members of the wider tech community. We open source whatever we can, and we regularly host events and meetups in our offices. We have a conference budget for everyone on the team and can help with speaker coaching if you're interested.

    Low technical debt

    We invest time in building things well. We keep our technical debt low by regularly refactoring and improving our architecture. We know how important it is to be able to move fast in the future as well as right now.