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Job Hunting: Is terrible tech pushing you to look for a new role?

First it’s a quick Slack query, then a couple of minutes later it’s an email, “just following up on my message.” Next it’s a text checking if you got the email and then finally it’s a meeting request – all in the space of 15 minutes. The thing is, you were on lunch, mistakenly thinking you were okay to be uncontactable for one precious hour.

Is terrible tech pushing you to look for a new role?

In many cases, technology has made the way we work better, more collaborative and efficient than ever before. But it has introduced exceptional pain points too – such as your boss thinking it’s fine to contact you at 11pm on a Friday night – writes Kirstie McDermott, Senior Content Manager, Amply

A 2021 study from HR experts Personio discovered that due to the increase in the number of digital tools employees are using to carry out their day-to-day jobs, many are overwhelmed. Thirty-seven percent said there were “too many digital tools to use at work”, with 36% reporting a negative impact on their productivity as a result.

KPMG has reported that businesses spent the equivalent of $15 billion extra a week on technology to enable remote working during the pandemic to enable remote and hybrid working. Despite that, there are challenges, with 66% of business leaders saying staff aren’t being given enough training. New software is hard to use, so say 68%, while 69% feel that employees are not given sufficient time to learn to use new software and that the benefits are often not made clear to them.

A Freshworks study recently discovered that a huge 91% of employees are experiencing frustration due to inadequate workplace technology. This is partly fuelling the figure of 44% of the global workforce who are classified as “job seekers” – those who plan to switch jobs this year.

If you’re on the lookout for a new role where technology will be a little easier to handle, we have three to consider below – and there are always thousands of open roles on the Payments, Cards and Mobile Job Board.

Digital Marketing Analytics Consultant, eClerx

The Job: As a result of eClerk’s growth in its analytics, insights and reporting (AIR) practice, it now has a need for a Digital Marketing Analytics Consultant, to further business growth. This role is a customer-facing, leadership role intended to bring strategic thought-leadership and analytical rigor to the company’s AIR practice.

The Responsibilities: You’ll apply your experience and expertise in quantitative data analysis, problem solving, story-telling and the ability to look beyond the numbers and develop deep understanding of how your recommendations impact business objectives. You will also perform tasks independently, lead analytics delivery teams, and direct the efforts of junior analytics consultants.

You’ll Need: Experience in web analytics, data analysis, business consulting, business intelligence, business insights, statistical analysis consulting for a Fortune 500-scale company. Adobe Analytics experience is preferred.

Information on the Digital Marketing Analytics Consultant role is available as are other opportunities at eClerx.

Director of Technology Compliance (FinTech), Railsbank

The Job: As Railsbank is continuing to grow its product capabilities and international expansion, it is hiring a Director of Technology Compliance (FinTech) to support and oversee its certification regimen. You will report directly to the Group CISO, and will start with an initial direct report.

The Responsibilities: You will be on-top of new and emerging security threats, security frameworks, and regulations, including commercial astuteness to assess impact to the business. You’ll maintain and expand on Railsbank’s certifications across different tech stacks (and different tech-teams), and different global sites and will keep up to date the company’s ISMS, standards, processes, and procedures.

You’ll Need: More than seven years of modern technology experience (microservices, CI/CD, AWS, DAST) along with two-plus years in technology audit (including as an auditee) as well as Technology Risk Management experience.

Apply for the Director of Technology Compliance (FinTech) job and explore other opportunities at Railsbank.

Product Designer (Investments), Moneybox

The Job: Moneybox is looking for a mid-level Product Designer to join its savings and investing team. Designers in this team are accountable for every feature they design, taking design from conception to implementation. You will work alongside other designers at a range of levels and collaboratively with product managers and developers in a lean environment.

The Responsibilities: Full stack product design, taking responsibility for all aspects of the features you design, from the first sketch through to implementation, you’ll drive all stages of the design process. You’ll work directly with the product, insights and engineering team to understand the user base, business needs, related requirements and technical constraints.

You’ll Need: You’ll need three to five years of UX and UI experience as well as a portfolio demonstrating your UX design process, visual design of digital products and features for native apps. You should have an interest in technology, an eye for detail and a desire to learn on the go and think on your feet.

Apply for the Product Designer role or find out about other opportunities at Moneybox.

If you’re looking for a new role this year, then the Payments, Cards and Mobile Job Board has thousands to choose from


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