Monday, September 26, 2022 12:11 p.m
Demand for experts in technology companies is at an all-time high and is expected to continue to rise through 2023. Higher salaries and competitive non-financial benefits like unlimited paid time off and travel grants are just some of the reasons people are moving into roles at tech companies. Consider the fact that with the rising cost of living, tech jobs come with an added layer of security from the post-pandemic proliferation of cloud-based platforms, and it’s easy to see why so many workers are migrating to the tech side. In fact, demand for tech pros increased 58% year over year.
There are dozens of companies currently hiring on CityAM’s job board and we’ve found three positions with companies known for their benefits packages.
Cloud software engineer, Siemens
The role: The Cloud Software Engineer will be the critical link between the development and operations teams, working alongside data engineers and data scientists to find appropriate solution architectures.
The responsibilities: You will be responsible for preparing ingress interfaces and connectivity of mobility source systems and working on the integration of new cloud-based solution components into the existing platform, including state-of-the-art open source solutions.
The requirements: You have experience in developing and planning IT roadmaps in an agile delivery framework. They have proven experience with cloud-based platforms and advanced technical know-how.
Siemens currently employs over 370,000 people worldwide and offers an unrivaled service package. Financial benefits include affordable stock programs, a 10% pension contribution, health care, bonuses, annual salary reviews and paid family leave. Non-financial benefits include paid annual volunteer days, discounted travel insurance, gym membership and cell phones. There is also the option of topping up your vacation pay and benefiting from discounted Siemens and Bosch products.
Apply for the Cloud Software Engineer role or explore other opportunities at Siemens.
Senior Communications Manager, AirBnB
The role: The Senior Communications Manager will tell the story of Airbnb in the UK and Ireland. You will lead a team of two junior managers and work with a cross-functional team to demonstrate the benefits of traveling with Airbnb.
The responsibilities: As Senior Communications Manager, you will be responsible for building and executing large-scale campaigns with high reach and visibility; Development and delivery of semi-annual communication plans.
The requirements: With over 10 years experience in the communications industry, they are adept at working directly with journalists, liaising with agency partners, managing media inquiries, coordinating events and collecting stories.
Airbnb is the biggest disruptor the travel industry has ever seen, and it brings that start-up spirit to its employee benefits package, which offers pensions, health care, and paid volunteering as standard for all employees. However, what really sets Airbnb apart is its commitment to its product — it gives all employees a quarterly travel stipend that can be used at any Airbnb property around the world. In addition, the company supports work-life balance through its policy of unlimited paid time off and a “live and work anywhere” approach to employees.
Apply for the Senior Communications Manager role or browse all Airbnb vacancies.
Chief Financial Crime Investigator, Monzo
The role: The Lead Financial Crimes Investigator will join the Monzo Financial Crimes team and will focus primarily on anti-money laundering operations.
The responsibilities: As a Senior Financial Crime Investigator, you will be responsible for investigating complex anti-money laundering assignments, writing and filing high-quality reports of suspicious activity to the National Crime Agency, and performing quality control on some of Monzo’s highest-risk assignments.
The requirements: You will need extensive experience conducting anti-money laundering investigations in a financial services firm environment and a recognized financial crime credentials.
As a giant in the fintech sector, Monzo is known as a great place to work that is committed to providing the best benefits to its employees. These include flexible working hours and locations, annual salary reviews and employee stock ownership options. Non-financial benefits include a sabbatical option for employees with 4 years of service, an option for all employees to mix and match public holidays and paid leave depending on your needs. There is also a learning allowance, an apprenticeship commitment and a 4% pension contribution for all employees, as well as a progressive maternity and paternity program.
Apply to become a Senior Financial Crime Investigator or explore all opportunities at Monzo.