Our customers are cool people. They use our technology every day to help them run their businesses.
They're in some of the biggest industries, from bars & restaurants, to hotels and high-street retailers.
And they love how much easier Rotaready makes their lives.
We spend as much time with as many of them as possible, to identify what would help them run a more efficient and more profitable business.
And then we go away and build it.
That isn't just an HR buzz phrase to make you feel significant.
We're a genuinely small team, and we built Rotaready out of nothing.
So if you join us, you'll be making a huge mark on a company that's growing rapidly and organically.
If you like code or UIs, come and rewrite part of our front or back-end.
If you like building relationships with new or existing customers, come and show us how it's done.
Either way, prepare for tons of responsibility.
We'll give you the tools you need to do what you need to do. Starting with your own Macbook & high-resolution screen.
We have a fridge stocked with everything from soft drinks to craft beers & ciders. Plus fresh fruit and snacks.
Some people are night owls, others are early birds. Work the hours that suit you - nobody is clock-watching here.
Nobody wants to stagnate. We'll give you a budget to learn, attend events and experiment to your heart's content.
We're in an amazing tech hub only a short walk from East & West Croydon stations. We love dogs, and our ping pong tables.
If you're into your tech, our platform has loads of challenges to work on. Our tech stack and infrastructure is cutting edge.
We're young, sociable people. We like nights out, finding new bars, trying new food and introducing each other to obscure music.
Rotaready is a start-up, but not the kind where the laws of business physics don't apply. We proudly make a profit.
Strictly no recruitment agencies. You must have the right to work in the UK.
To apply for any of the roles listed above, or if you think you have something to offer, drop us an email at the address listed below.
Be sure to include your CV, a cover letter (in the body of the email is fine) and give it a subject line that'll get our attention.