XenZone is on a mission. We’re finding ways to use technology to create mental wellness for all and our current team of 15 is growing by eight. We like to hire compassionate, focused software engineers who are comfortable across the whole stack, who want to join a positive, growing team that cares about things like TDD, simple design, frequent releases, walking meetings and stemming the rising tide of anxiety and depression in our society.

We’ve been working with local councils since 2005, and already help over 50,000 people every month through services like Kooth.com. There are huge opportunities ahead and we’d like to redefine society’s approach to mental wellness.

You’d like to;

  • Regularly release great software
  • Have the freedom to design and implement a new data pipeline to capture events and feed machine learning
  • Work in a complex, regulated domain
  • Be part of an engineering environment that gets the best out of technologists
  • Work on products that help humans when they’re having a tough time

We think you can help us if;

  • You love data products, pipelines and meshes
  • You’ve worked with relational, document and event stores
  • As well as Microservices, and serverless functions, and Kubernetes
  • You’ve either shipped world-class products in a regulated industry (eg. fintech or healthtech) or would like to learn how to
  • And you’re looking for a pragmatic, agile/lean environment where people take responsibility and get things done

XenZone work with a massively diverse set of user needs, thinking about the future of mental health. We believe the more inclusive we are, the better our products and services will be. We’ve created an environment where everyone can bring their whole selves to work and we’re proud that our engineering team is currently 70% people who are historically under-represented in tech. We’d love it if you applied for one of our roles.

Our benefits include 28 days holiday (plus public holidays and your birthday off), healthcare cash spending plan, 3% pension contribution and a cycle to work scheme.