Recruitment Roundup – 25th May 2022 

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Welcome back to FinTech Wales’ most recent Recruitment Roundup, where you can find a selection of the latest job vacancies listed by our FinTech Wales members.

If you’re ready to take the next step professionally or know someone looking to kickstart a career with an industry-leading financial technology company based in Wales, then check out the freshest jobs in Welsh FinTech included in today’s roundup. 

FE fundinfo – Adviser Product Marketing Executive

Company – FE fundinfo

Job Title – Adviser Product Marketing Executive

Location – Newport, Wales 

Contract – Permanent, Full-time

Salary – Competitive

Perks – Yes


FE fundinfo is a global fund data and technology leader that facilitates better, more efficient investing by connecting fund managers and fund distributors and enabling them to share and act on trusted, insightful information.

The Adviser Product Marketing Executive of the Product Marketing function will be responsible for implementing the product marketing strategy to articulate FE fundinfo’s unique product capabilities and value proposition for Financial Advisers in the UK.

You will be responsible for supporting the Adviser Product Marketing Manager in bringing new products and features for Financial Advisers to market, driving adoption and engagement with our products (FE Analytics, FE CashCalc) and working closely with FE fundinfo’s product, propositions, sales and marketing teams to do product research, promote product features and build engagement.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Create materials to promote the commercial product narrative and positioning for our adviser product suite (FE Analytics and FE CashCalc), supporting the business development process, promoting product features, and influencing the product roadmap.
  • Create compelling materials that arm FE fundinfo’s sales, account management and client-facing teams with the materials they need to represent FE fundinfo’s unique story to clients.
  • You will draw on your in-depth technical, competitor and product knowledge to create and deliver clear and compelling product collateral, content and sales and partner enablement tools. These can range from feature & benefit datasheets, competitor battlecards, guides, standard demos, video summaries and snippets, webpages and FAQs.
  • Support the Adviser Product Marketing Manager to track and drive adoption. Use these insights to identify and execute on opportunities to improve deployment and usage of existing and new features.
  • Support the launch of new features. Project manage launch plans, syndicate with client teams, write client-facing collateral and oversee feature go-lives.
  • Act as an expert on our overall user base. Organise and conduct user research, participate in user testing, and study industry intel.
  • Collaborate deeply with Marketing to bring persona based campaigns to life and track efficacy, refining messaging as appropriate
  • Collaborate deeply with Product Management to inform the roadmap and inform priorities.

Experience Required:

  • Experienced B2B product marketing professional in financial services.
  • Deep understanding of financial advisers and their needs.
  • Commercially minded with a clearly client centric approach.
  • Experience of developing high impact content that resonates with an adviser audience
  • Min 3+ years of experience from a financial services technology marketing background
  • Experience working with a highly technical complex products, including ability to get into the weeds on technical product features and simply articulate in messaging
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • A highly analytical approach

For more information on this role or to apply visit FE fundinfo’s website here. 

Pepper Money – Junior Underwriting Specialist

Company – Pepper Money

Job Title – Junior Underwriting Specialist

Location – Cardiff, Uxbridge, Fully Remote, Hybrid

Contract – Permanent, Full-time

Salary – Competitive

Perks – Yes (Read about Pepper Money’s Rewards & Benefits here)


Working in Pepper Money’s fast paced, successful Applications team. There has never been a better time to join Pepper Money, a specialist mortgage lender backed by a global financial institution offering first and second charge loans.

What you will be doing:

You will be reporting to the Application Manager and work alongside Pepper Money’s fantastic team of Underwriting Specialists.

The core focus of the role is to utilise your customer service skills and leverage your mortgage industry knowledge and experience. You will guide Pepper Money’s valued broker partners to package their applications to meet all of the necessary underwriting requirements.

You’ll need to have a good understanding of Pepper Money’s products, criteria and processes to educate their broker partners and be the decision maker when discussing cases and confidently apply Pepper Money’s lending policy and criteria.

What Pepper Money are looking for:

This is a full-time fixed term position and can be based in Pepper Money’s Uxbridge office or has the potential to work remotely depending on location.

Strong customer service background and passionate about providing great customer service.

This is a busy and fast paced department, but the rewards are many.

For more information on this role or to apply visit Pepper Money’s website here. 

Delio – Software Developer PHP

Company – Delio

Job Title – Software Developer PHP

Location – 29 Windsor Pl, Cardiff

Contract – Permanent, Full-time

Salary – Up to £60,000

Perks – Yes (Flexible working policy, private medical cover & more)


Delio is transforming private markets. Through their technology and expertise, Delio helps the world’s most respected financial institutions to deliver private market transactions to their clients. 

You will join a 30+ strong engineering team responsible for delivering and maintaining a fast growing micro-service powered application used by enterprise financial institutions.

You will immediately impact important client projects by either contributing directly to the core SAAS product, developing API tooling or developing solutions to meet bespoke enterprise client requirements.

Key responsibilities:

  • Maintain Delio’s suite of microservices and develop new backend features.
  • Own the development of features end-to-end including the scoping, architecture, development and testing.
  • Work closely with Product Owners, Business Analysts, QA and other engineers to design solutions around defined requirements.
  • Own your product area and document, educate and deliver improvements.
  • Make improvements to the developer experience by working with Delio’s DX engineer and suggesting code improvements and mentorship.


Essential requirements:

  • 3+ years experience in application development.
  • Experience with PHP 8 and Laravel
  • Relational databases including MySQL and PostgreSQL.
  • Experience with Docker.
  • Strong experience with modern technology stacks and JSON API standards.
  • A proven track record of single-handedly taking ideas from conception to production.
  • Experience with modern CI/CD pipelines and tooling.

Desirable requirements:

  • Experience with Node.js, JavaScript and Typescript a bonus.
  • An understanding of Microservices and related architectural concepts
  • An understanding of AWS and/or Azure.

For more information on this role or to apply visit Delio’s website here. 

Monmouthshire Building Society – Chief Technology and Innovation Officer 

Company – Monmouthshire Building Society

Job Title – Chief Technology and Innovation Officer 

Location – Newport City Centre Head Office (with agile working)

Contract – Permanent, Full-time

Salary – Up to £110,000

Perks – Yes (dental cover, critical illness cover, 30 days’ holiday, plus bank holidays & more)


Monmouthshire Building Society are on a journey to becoming an innovative, exciting, modern mutual. Monmouthshire Building Society have an ambitious 5-year strategy with strong growth plans and your role will play a crucial part in their success.

Monmouthshire Building Society is a community and values-based employer that puts both their people and members at the heart of what they do. If you want to make a real difference to your community and career, then they’d love to hear from you…

An exciting opportunity has arisen in Monmouthshire Building Society’s Executive Team for a permanent Chief Technology and Innovation Officer (CTIO) based at their Newport City Head Office.

What will you be doing?

 As the CTIO you will be setting the vision for technical and business innovation in support of the overall Society strategic plan. You will be responsible for managing the process of innovation and change management within the Society, and be a member of the Society’s Executive Committee, supporting the Board in setting the Society’s strategy.

What type of person will you need to be?


  • Educated to degree level, or equivalent.
  • Experience of Board level reporting, regulatory reporting, and risk identification.
  • Executive level calibre.
  • Strategic thinking, problem-solving, and business planning.
  • Knowledge of current technology trends and ability to lead research and analysis.
  • Ability to influence and positively impact a team.
  • Thrive in a dynamic and forward-thinking environment, maintaining composure and a positive attitude.
  • Successful track record visioning, planning, and managing transformation change from inception through the development lifecycle.
  • Skilled at developing and exercising cross-functional influence, translating between colleagues and technical teams.
  • Ability to understand organisational needs and find innovative solutions to meet these needs.


  • Welsh language (written/spoken).

For more information on this role or to apply visit Monmouthshire Building Society’s website here. 

Principality Building Society – Learning Consultant

Company – Principality Building Society

Job Title – Learning Consultant

Location – Principality Head Office, Cardiff

Contract – Permanent, Full-time

Salary – £32,000 – £38,000

Perks – Yes (Hybrid/Flexible working pattern, 25 days annual leave & more)


Principality Building Society’s dedicated team of Learning Consultants are transforming L&D into a commercially focused, flexible and digital learning function to support the new world of work at Principality. Principality have a new team operating model that is focused on the end-to-end Colleague Experience and as part of Principality’s colleague focus, they have an exciting opportunity to bring a fresh perspective to their management, digital and behavioural skills offering.

What You’ll Be Doing:

  • Facilitate learning across a broad range of topics and audiences, empowering our learners in a range of subjects such as generic behavioural skills, regulatory understanding and management development
  • Identifying learning needs, and the designing and recommending a variety of learning interventions that supports our learners, Principality’s business and ultimately our customers
  • Partnering where appropriate with external providers to ensure a broad and diverse learning proposition that meets Principality’s needs
  • Coaching and developing colleagues as appropriate in a variety of roles from individual contributors through to line managers and functional leaders.
  • Enabling teams to optimise performance through team coaching and using your expertise with psychometric and innovative learning tools
  • Support the wider Colleague Experience team by designing and delivering appropriate learning solutions to enable transformation of culture and practice across the Society.
  • Acting as an SME for learning and development across the Society.

 Experience You’ll Bring:

  • A strong track record in the provision of behavioural, management and digital development solutions
  • Experience in both classroom and web-based learning and facilitation, with an interest in innovative approaches and technology.
  • Innovative design and delivery of on-boarding and induction initiatives
  • Strong facilitation, coaching and delivery skills
  • Experience of team coaching and using psychometric tools to identify development areas at individual and team levels.
  • A deep understanding of the learning ecosystem of a complex organisation and working as part of a busy team to develop a learning culture that inspires curiosity, adopts new ways of working and drives our ambitious change agenda.

For more information on this role or to apply visit Principality’s website here. 

Hodge – Financial Crime Officer

Company – Hodge

Job Title – Financial Crime Officer

Location – Cardiff City Centre, hybrid workspace 

Contract – Permanent, Full-time

Salary – Competitive 

Perks – Yes (28 days Holiday with the option to buy more, Subsidised Gym Membership & more)


Reporting into the Head of Retail compliance, the Financial Crime Officer will play a pivotal role in supporting the first line in embedding financial crime controls. The Financial Crime Officer will have responsibility for creating and updating financial crime processes and procedures, investigating any referrals and escalating as appropriate to the MLRO, support in the delivery of financial crime training and act as the first line subject matter expert on financial crime.


  • Support the implementation of the Group Standards related to financial crime as required by the Group policies and frameworks.
  • Create and update first line financial crime procedures and processes.
  • Investigate financial crime referrals, including fraud and money laundering referrals, from the Retail business.
  • Investigate fraud and anti- money laundering referrals through key financial crime systems such as CIFAS and LexisNexis, working to identify target matches, discounting false positives and accurately recording findings and outcomes.
  • Review and investigate transaction monitoring reports for suspicious activity, ensuring there are no breaches.
  • Refer relevant investigations to the Money Laundering Reporting Officer (MLRO) for reporting to the relevant body.
  • Liaise and respond to law enforcement requests, investigate for any suspicious activity as required.
  • Maintain accurate records of each investigation, outcome and policy exception.
  • Maintain a register of PEPs and High Risk Individuals, and facilitate the completion of enhanced due diligence.
  • Provide guidance to the business on Anti-Bribery and Corruption matters, and oversee the gifts and invitation process for retail.
  • As required, conduct 3rd party reviews on brokers, solicitors other third parties, escalating the outcome to the relevant forums.
  • Support the MLRO in delivering financial crime training to the first line.
  • Work with the Quality Assurance team to develop testing of financial crime controls.
  • Producing financial crime MI for relevant forums and committees.
  • Respond to ad-hoc queries providing guidance to business lines, working to improve front line financial crime awareness policies and promote best practice to the business lines in relation to Financial Crime procedures.

Essential Skills:

  • Previous experience in financial services in a financial crime/compliance role
  • Good knowledge of anti-money laundering, counter-terrorist financing and anti-bribery and corruption regulations (financial crime qualifications desirable).
  • Previous experience in undertaking customer screening, transaction monitoring, suspicious activity reporting and complex fraud investigations.
  • Ability to build and maintain collaborative relationships with both internal and external stakeholders at all levels across the business.
  • Ability to challenge business stakeholders objectively and effectively.
  • Effective communication skills.

For more information on this role or to apply visit Hodge’s website here. 

Trust Payments – Business Development Manager

Company – Trust Payments

Job Title – Business Development Manager

Location – UK

Contract – Permanent, Full-time

Salary – Competitive 

Perks – Yes (Flexible home working, Pension, Healthcare, Life Assurance & more)


Trust Payments is a global unified payment technology group that was formed in 2019 bringing together technology and financial services into an omnichannel solution.

Trust Payments is recruiting for a Business Development Manager to join the Wonderlane Team and help drive the success of the brand.

This role is a new business role for someone with a proven background in retail and hospitality with EPOS and Inventory Management experience. The candidate will proactively seek prospective clients in the Tier 1 & Tier 2 verticals across the UK, initially within Retail. 

The Business Development Manager will be responsible for developing a pipeline and identifying the key stakeholders within each business, while networking and growing the opportunities.

 Trust Payments have offices across the UK, Malta and the USA. This role is for UK sales initially with a view to expand into Europe.

Duties and responsibilities:

  • Seek new business prospects proactively with a view to selling the Wonderlane Products and Services including EPOS, Inventory Management, Click & Collect, Payment Solutions, Self-Checkout and other solutions
  • A consultative sales approach, understanding the potential customers business and providing best practice solutions
  • Spot cross and up-sell opportunities, which can add value to customers and revenue for Trust Payments as a group
  • Negotiate commercial and contractual terms for long term contracts
  • Database management including ongoing maintenance of the CRM system for accurate reporting, forecasting and pipeline management
  • Attend and represent the business at events, shows and other industry gatherings
  • Travel throughout the UK to customer sites, Trust Payments offices and other meetings

 Experience and Qualifications:

  • A proven track record in new business sales with a hunter mentality. This is not an Account Managers role
  • Show a hunger and a desire to exceed targets and achieve success, which will be rewarded and recognised
  • A good knowledge of the EPOS industry, including main players, UK competitors and new technology solutions
  • An understanding of the UK Retail and Hospitality Sectors.
  • Experience selling SaaS & PaaS licenses at C Level
  • Must be proficient with Microsoft Windows and Sales Force

For more information on this role or to apply visit Trust Payments’ website here. 

Sonovate – Application Support Engineer – Process specialist (Morning)

Company – Sonovate

Job Title – Application Support Engineer – Process specialist (Morning)

Location – Cardiff, Wales

Contract – Permanent, Full-time

Salary – Competitive 

Perks – Yes (28 days holiday + bank holidays, private medical insurance with Bupa

 & more)


Sonovate needs an experienced, hands on, Application Support engineer to take them to the next level. You’ll work as a leading player in SonovateApp support team, as the first port of call for Sonovate’s production software, bringing your skills and experience to bear. From problem solving in the here and now to planning for the future, you have the genuine opportunity to release your full potential.

As a process specialist (Mornings):

  • You will be expected to work between the hours of 5:30 am – 1:30pm
  • Be part of a team of Support Engineers, self-promoting best practices, processes and standards, and providing technical leadership where necessary.
  • Speak authoritatively on any application support issue through your deep understanding of current and future software capabilities, our customers, our internal processes, our stakeholders.
  • Monitor, improve and maintain consistently high service levels across the software portfolio, driving the most proactive approach possible, encouraging and facilitating cross-team and cross-departmental collaboration.
  • Provide visible leadership of production software incidents, maintain good lines of communication with all your stakeholders from Ops through to Leadership Team, managing issues through to conclusion, ensuring lessons are understood and applied.
  • Be a key voice on the vision of how App Support will change to meet the challenges of the next generation funding platform and the retirement of our existing technology.
  • You will be the point of contact for all 3rd party app support contacts associated to your process
  • You will be expected to build a relationship with our 3rd party app support teams to produce best-practice processes that maintain visibility for our business stakeholders as well as meeting their specified SLAs
  • You will be expected to monitor existing alert channels and troubleshoot the cause of the problem in an efficient manner to determine whether a resolution is possible or escalation to our internal data team is required
  • Where a resolution can be Implemented without any need for escalation you will be expected to resolve and communicate to the required stakeholders and 3rd parties
  • You will be expected to maintain all documentation associated with your specialist process
  • You will be expected to suggest and Implement Improvements to your process where Inefficiencies are Identified

What you’ll need:

  • Prior experience in a similar role.
  • The ability to lead and inspire.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills, able to interact and influence at all levels in the organisation, able to discuss technical issues with non-technical colleagues.
  • Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills, good understanding of root cause analysis tooling, and a strong desire to understand the details.
  • Good understanding of application monitoring and alerting technologies, preferably for the Azure cloud, appreciation of single pane of glass dashboards, anomaly detection, and generally the role of App Support in a modern, agile software engineer team.
  • To be a “lifelong learner”, demonstrates a passion for gaining new skills, experience, and knowledge.
  • To be a lateral thinker who displays an ability to think ahead and anticipate problems, issues and solutions.
  • Cool under pressure.

For more information on this role or to apply visit Sonovate’s website here. – Front-end Software Architect

Company –

Job Title – Front-end Software Architect

Location – Cardiff, Wales

Contract – Permanent, Full-time

Salary – Competitive 

Perks – Yes (Annual leave of 25 days, Enhanced maternity and paternity leave, private medical scheme & more)

Description: is the UK’s first comparison platform for car insurance. They’ve been helping customers since 2002 by empowering them to make better decisions around insurance and financial services.’s mission is simple: take away the confusion when comparing financial products and services to help you save time and money.

Passionate about innovative, high quality, high-performance software solutions? Well versed in modern technology patterns such as CI, CD, TDD, SOA, MSA and cloud?’s exciting Front-End Software Architect role could be the perfect opportunity for you!

This role gives you the opportunity to become part of a world-class technology team and engineering capability. This enables to provide richer, deeper, data-driven solutions for their ambitious plans at and the wider group of RVU brands (Uswitch,, Mojo etc). approaches technology with a philosophy of continuous architecture – we’re constantly looking for ways to improve how we help their customers make better decisions.’s architects lead the evaluation of tech, patterns, tools and services that we use to build great customer experiences.

As a Front-end Software Architect, you will play a key role in a technology-led business. Acting as a hands-on technical mentor for’s software engineers, you will work alongside peer Principals, Architects etc. on delivering great software aligned to’s customer-led objectives.

Working with a diverse set of specialists spanning multiple disciplines, your knowledge, skill, and diligence will help bridge multiple roles.


The ideal candidate for our Principal Software Engineer role will have:

  • Previously designed and built applications and contributed to architecture design for web-based organisations
  • Excellent domain knowledge and experience in client-side technologies, JavaScript, React, Typescript, SPA.
  • Experience of MS/.net/Azure ecosystem or equivalent public cloud enabled modern tech stack
  • A sense of pragmatism : “perfect is the enemy of the good.”
  • Hands on experience of modern software engineering practices

It would be beneficial if you have:

  • Experience of guiding software development teams on good engineering practices.
  • Worked in consumer facing FinTech/high profile consumer brands
  • Experience in managing internal and external stakeholders

You don’t need to tick off everything on this list – so don’t let that hold you back from applying. There are plenty of opportunities to learn with!

For more information on this role or to apply visit’s website here. 

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