Remote-first - We meet both in / out of the London office occasionally

Fully flexible hours

Dog friendly

Who we are:

At TrueLayer, we’re building a global open banking platform that’s changing how money moves and so much more. We make payments and refunds instant, account data accessible and verification seamless — all so innovators in every industry can build better financial experiences for their users.

To date, we’ve raised $270 million from world-renowned investors including Stripe, Tiger Global, Addition and Tencent. We’ve got offices in London, Milan, Dublin and Sydney. And we’re trusted by industry leaders like Revolut, Cazoo and Trading 212… though we’re not stopping here.

Our vision is a financial system that works for everyone. To make that happen, we’re creating original and innovative products that will remove the friction from finance for good. We’re seriously scaling our infrastructure, we’re entering new areas all the time, we’re cornering a whole new category — and we’d like your support to get us there.

We’re looking for a People Partner to join our team in London for a period of 6 months as a Fixed Term Contract as a Maternity Cover.

We are open to considering part-time roles but as the majority of customers are in the UK, the role will need to be UK based with 20% of time spent in the London office. Though we do have scope for flexibility for the right person.

Your Responsibilities:

  • Working with the central People Team, you’ll take an instrumental role in creating a culture where great talent can thrive.
  • You’ll take a leading role in getting the team to the next level operationally. Whether that’s rolling out and localising the People Roadmap, Finance Initiatives, or making our physical offices second to none, no one day will be the same.
  • You’ll also have plenty of opportunity to dive into a People Speciality, whether that’s Reward, Performance Management, or Learning and Development. We’re building from the ground up, so for someone who’s aspirational and professionally curious, there will be tons of scope for growth.
  • Partnering with managers, you’ll empower them to create the very best environment for their team members. This will include performance management, feedback, mentoring and coaching, and total compensation with a focus on equity and organisational design.
  • You’ll also instinctively understand the need to use data, metrics and internal/external trends to provide leaders with insights to inform business decisions, organisational structure and targeted initiatives.
  • And of course, your localised knowledge of employment and regulations will mean you’re the go-to expert. You’ll be instrumental in telling the central team what we need to be doing differently, and you’ll be accountable for making it happen.

What you’ll need:

  • Past experience working in a People Partnering role is essential.
  • It would be great, but not essential if you had experience in People partnership with Tech, engineering or Tech First organisation.
  • You’ll have a naturally innovative attitude and quickness of thought. You move fast, at work, naturally. Cultivating your growth mindset is incredibly important to you. You’ll devour any medium that enables you to grow.
  • An ability to work in unstructured, ambiguous environments. You’ll look at our aspirational roadmap and get excited by the scale of what we’re working towards. The size of the opportunity ahead excites you enormously.
  • You’ll need to be a Finisher. You’re able to take innovative ideas we have as a team and put structure around them, but also follow-through, and make sure we deliver. You’ll make prompt, clear decisions which may involve tough choices or considered risks. You won’t shy away from making a difficult decision, but will always do so truthfully and respectfully.
  • Personal commitment to addressing situations and opportunities with genuine enthusiasm.
  • You’re a strategic thinker and understand that the decisions we make now will need to scale alongside our fast-growing business.
  • You get that we’re a team and you’ll use your fantastic interpersonal skills to partner with the Operations, Talent, and Finance teams, too. It’s important to you for work to be fun every day. You’re determined to be part of a team that makes TrueLayer an awesome and inspiring place to work.
  • Finally, you’re someone who takes initiative and can work under your own direction. You won’t hesitate to constantly suggest how we could be doing things even better.

Benefits

What you can expect from us:

  • Competitive salary and meaningful equity in the company 💰
  • Flexible hours and hybrid working — work from home🏡 and our incredible offices in London 🇬🇧 Milan 🇮🇹 Sydney 🇦🇺 and Dublin 🇮🇪
  • A remote-working budget to help set up your home office 💺
  • Flexible holiday policy, with 24 days as standard ✈️
  • Generous parental leave, above and beyond statutory requirements and with no minimum tenure 👩‍👩‍👦
  • Enhanced pension contribution at 4% & 4% 👵🏽 👴🏽
  • Private Health Insurance from the day you start 🧑🏽‍⚕️
  • 12 fully-paid Wellbeing Days a year (on top of the holiday allowance) 🕊️
  • Membership of mental wellbeing platform Spill 🧘🏽‍♀️
  • £1,000 to spend on learning & development each year 📚

At TrueLayer, we don’t just do inclusion and diversity. We embrace people that have different opinions, perspectives and personalities. Because we believe that by seeing the world from all sorts of angles, we can make life better for all the people who live in it. So we want you to know that the things that make you, you — like your age, ability, background and identity — are things that we celebrate and support. All we ask is that you believe in what you do (And know what an API is).

Remote-first - We meet both in / out of the London office occasionally

Fully flexible hours

Dog friendly