• Location
    • Berlin
  • Date Posted
  • May. 27, 2021
  • Function
  • Product Engineering
  • Sector
  • Fintech

About the team

Revolut for Business is a business account platform for domestic and international payments, designed to save SMEs time and money. We have thousands of businesses signing up everyday in Europe and now we want to take the product into new markets.

Our product teams are the workshops that transform Revolut’s ideas into reality. From creating Metal cards to developing cutting edge features such as Crypto Trading, Vaults, Budgeting/Analytics and Social Payments, each area of Revolut’s offering is owned by a dedicated product team with responsibility for all aspects of what they are building, from compliance and legal to business development and finance.

Each product team operates independently like a mini-startup within Revolut, with its own tech and design resources. This not only allows for fast-paced development and pivots, but it also facilitates passionate, close-knit teams that work closely together to achieve their goals.

About the role

We are looking for a Product Owner to take Revolut for Business global, by pushing further into existing markets and launching into new markets.

Your objective is to make our product hyper competitive in your market, which will be either an existing market such as Poland or France, or a new market such as the USA or Singapore. You will hire and lead a full-stack product team, set the roadmap and own this team’s delivery.

The work will include making some fundamental updates to the existing product. For example, do you need local language customer service? Then will make it happen technically and engage with the right people to operationalise it.

Secondly, you’ll need to make the product even more competitive in your market. For example, do we need a new type of payment specific to the US market? You will lead the work to make this a reality.

This role requires you to:

  • Build and own a detailed development roadmap to adapt product, launch and scale
  • Take ownership of ensuring Revolut is compliant with all local laws and regulations
  • Hire full-stack team to scale and customise product for new market
  • Build a strong relationship with the broader product team and territory leaders
  • Scale the product in the geography — you’ll analyse, prioritise, optimise, and repeat
  • Know how to find out what SME customers need and build the next generation of B2B products
  • Manage stakeholders and a full-stack team

What you’ll need

You love solving problems

  • You have 5+ years experience creating customer facing products, ideally in high-growth start-ups
  • You have extensive experience building intuitive navigation and UX for large feature sets (background in information architecture is preferred)
  • Strong empathy for customers and an unwillingness to compromise on user-centred design
  • You are highly logical and highly technical
  • You have a track record of building successful products using data, customer feedback, common sense, and / or machine learning

Even better if you have any of the following:

FinTech experience

  • Worked in a startup in hyper growth model
  • Successfully launched a business or product in a new market or founded a company
  • Working knowledge of SQL and/or Python

A little about us

We believe that there are better ways for people to control their money. Easier, fairer ways. Revolut started in 2015 with fee-free card transactions abroad. We’ve since added current accounts, business accounts, savings, insurance, and even cryptocurrency trading. We reached 7 million retail and 50k business customers in September 2019 and we’re adding another million retail and 10k business customers every month. And we’re only just getting started. Come and help Revolut build the world’s first truly global bank.

The benefits

Competitive salary

Biannual equity bonuses

  • All the latest tech you need
  • Skip the commute and work from home once a week
  • Roll with a free Revolut Metal subscription
  • Rest up with 25 days’ holiday per year