Front End Engineer

Salary: £60-£75k depending on experience

Location: UK / Remote with office space available in London & Bristol. We recognise that people do their best work in all sorts of different environments so you have the choice to do what works for you.

At the moment we are only able to accept candidates based in the UK.

Who are we?

Tumelo builds technology to make stewardship more impactful. We aim to make changes to the investor voting system that will enable shareholders to have a voice on the issues they care about – something we believe is a critical factor in achieving true shareholder democracy.

We're a global fintech that's set on changing the landscape of shareholder democracy, winning awards for our innovative technology and amazing people, and attracting investment from major names in the industry.

We’re also incredibly passionate about Tumelo’s culture and ways of working.  We have an amazing team who care deeply about our mission. We value team well-being and strive to build a safe, healthy environment where people can bring their whole selves to work.

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What the team say

“Everyone here is treated as a valuable member of the team and no good deed goes unnoticed. I feel appreciated and respected constantly. The culture is full of fun and the people are all fab.”

“Everybody is so passionate about what they do, which is great for motivating each other. Our ideas are heard and encouraged. There is such trust and support all throughout the business and everyone is always eager to help”.

“Great culture, flexibility, good work/life balance, a worthwhile job and amazing colleagues”.

The Role:

This role is focused on the front-end elements of Tumelo’s offerings, our consumer-facing platform: a user-focused and interactive dashboard that is white-labelled and delivered on our partners behalf to provide end users with transparency and voting on their investments.


Your experience

We would be especially interested to speak with candidates that have a minimum of 3 years commercial experience with the following. Don’t worry if you don’t meet all the criteria, we still want to chat.


  • You use your extensive experience with HTML/CSS and your deep knowledge of UI/UX to craft exceptional responsive web apps.

  • You have a firm grasp of writing well engineered TypeScript/JavaScript (ES8) and you’ve adopted tools like ESLint as a natural part of your development workflow.

  • Building SPAs in Next.js/React is a common fixture of your experience.

  • You’re a strong supporter of end-to-end testing using one of the major frameworks such as Playwright.

  • You’ve considerable experience working with RESTful APIs in the context of an SPA along with a firm understanding of the Open API Specification.

  • You’re a natural with Git and ideally familiar with GitLab.

  • You have a strong understanding of front-end performance.

  • You support efforts to build frontend experiences that hold to the principles of accessibility.

  • You’re a strong proponent of the DevOps culture and strive to operate in a high-performance team environment.

  • You have worked in agile, fast-paced teams, building new-to-market digital products.

It would be great if you have the following skills/experience but it’s not strictly essential.

  • Experience working with AWS/GCP and you’ve used Terraform.

  • Experience with AWS Amplify for deploying frontend applications.

  • Broad understanding of micro services architecture and how to work with services in a performant way.

  • Basic experience with Go.

  • Basic understanding CI pipelines - ideally GitLab CI.


What we offer

Flexibility - We're remote-first but have collaborative working spaces in Bristol and London. You have the choice to do what works for you. We just ask that for one day each month, we all come together for hack innovation days.

Health and wellness support - We provide private health insurance, which offers a 24hr private GP, access to mental-health services and more. We also provide a generous monthly wellness budget to spend on Heka where you can get gym memberships, massages and healthy food deliveries.

Autonomy - Our roles can be busy and demanding, so we've committed as a team to be available to one another between 10am and 3pm. Outside of those hours, you can structure your time as you wish.

33 days holiday - These include Bank Holidays, but outside of Christmas you can take Bank Holidays off at your discretion. If you prefer to work those days and save the holiday for another time, that's fine by us.

A generous share scheme - Making us all owners of Tumelo and beneficiaries of our collective success.

Continuous learning - Tumelo offers each team member a personal development coach and an education budget to support your knowledge, expertise and growth.


Recruitment Process

  • Application. We believe a list of places you've worked isn't fully representative of your ability to fulfil a role, so alongside submitting your CV we'll ask you a couple of role-specific questions so you can highlight your experience.

  • First interview: All about you and your career to date.

  • Second Interview: This one's a little more technical, alongside a short task to complete

  • Third Interview: A final chat with our CEO, Georgia.

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