Help us design and develop banking products and services to help SMEs thrive.
What we do
The tech team at Memo Bank builds and maintains the system our bank relies on, the Core Banking System, as it's known in the industry. We also work on the design and development of the apps that our clients and bankers use. In everything we do, we strive to provide a straight-forward, time-saving experience for our users whether they be clients, colleagues or regulators.
Since we developed our technical infrastructure in-house, we were able to incorporate modern technologies (Elixir and Kotlin) and are not dependent on sub-contractors. By joining us, you will be part of team of designers, product managers, software engineers, and site reliability engineers who are building the bank that many SMEs are counting on.
Some of our team members
Head of Customer Experience
Paul Del Perugia
We design and develop the tools that help SMEs manage their cash flow. Because we don't know what our clients will need tomorrow, we need to be able to adapt our products as we go.
Incorporating regulatory compliance
The banking sector is highly regulated. We have to take regulatory requirements into consideration in everything we do—the sooner the better.
Our recruitment process
You send us your application.
2. HR interview
We read your application, and if we think you'd be a good fit, one of our recruiters will contact you for a quick phone interview (30 minutes).
3. Practical exercices
Depending on the role you're applying for, we may send you a practical exercise to complete at your leisure and return to us.
4. A series of interviews
You are invited to a series of interviews in our office (or by videoconference) with members of the different teams with whom you would be working (4 hours).
Our panel gets together to deliberate, and we let you know their decision as soon as possible.
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