Jobs in startup companies that are hiring right now

Working at a startup is one of the best ways to accelerate your career. Check out these big-name startup companies that are advertising new vacancies for June.

Our experts

We are a team of writers, experimenters and researchers providing you with the best advice with zero bias or partiality.
Written and reviewed by:
Helena Young
Direct to your inbox Email Newsletter viewed on a phone

Sign up to the Startups Weekly Newsletter

Stay informed on the top business stories with’s weekly email newsletter


Working in the same, corporate environments can be a drain on your ambition. That’s why many people choose to move into the fast lane, by switching to a career at one of the UK’s fast-growing startup companies.

Startups are purpose-led and always innovating. That’s why taking a job at a startup will allow you to take on big responsibilities and – if you’re not even sure what role you want to work in yet – work out what mission you’re most passionate about.

Below, we’ve compiled 101 vacancies at some of the UK’s biggest, brightest, budding startups. Have a look through; are there any job opportunities that suit you?



Where is it based? London (Canary Wharf) and Cardiff
Can you work there remotely? Yes

Fintech unicorn Revolut was the winner of our 2019 Startups 100 Index. Since then, the company has undergone rapid expansion to rank among the world’s fastest-growing firms. In just the past two years it has launched in India, Mexico, and Brazil, and the banking giant isn’t slowing down its business objectives this year.

Revolut is currently hiring for over 240 roles worldwide, and its recruitment spree includes the UK. In June 2024, the company is advertising 23 roles on its jobs portal, all of which can be done remotely or at Revolut’s London office in Canary Wharf. Here’s a snapshot:

  • Account Manager for Revolut Media Solutions 
  • Account Executive for Veterans Pathway
  • Senior Legal Counsel for Corporate 
  • Legal Counsel for Commercial
  • Head of Finance for Wealth & Trading
  • Fashion Client Partner, Revolut Media Solutions 
  • Senior UX Copywriter (English) 
  • Head of Product 
  • Account Executive for SMB
  • Acquiring Sales Executive 
  • Internal Auditor – Customer Journey
  • Head of Compliance 
  • Product Marketing Manager for Crypto
  • Fraud Manager
  • Account Executive for SMB 


New York, USA - 15 May 2020: Monzo Bank mobile app logo on phone screen, close-up icon, Illustrative Editorial.

Where is it based? London (Liverpool Street) and Cardiff
Can you work there remotely? Yes

Another Startups 100 success story is Monzo, the challenger bank brand that has become a coral-coloured staple in many Brits’ wallets. Today, the company has a valuation of almost $5bn, and is concentrating on growing a fast-paced team based in the heart of East London.

There are currently 33 open roles you can apply for at Monzo this June. We’ve picked a few to give you an idea of the range of vacancies available at Monzo’s head offices in London and Cardiff. Some are also fully remote:

  • Credit Strategy Analyst (London)
  • Complaints Adviser (Remote)
  • Data Science Manager (London)
  • Lead Product Designer (London)
  • Backend Engineer (London, Cardiff, or Remote)
  • Senior Brand PR Manager (London)
  • Regulatory Affairs Analyst (London, Cardiff, or Remote)
  • Director of Finance Data (London, Cardiff, or Remote)
  • Regulatory Reporting Analyst (London)


Where is it based? Old Street, London
Can you work there remotely? All roles are hybrid (3 days a week in-office)

Yonder is the third (and final) fast-growth fintech in this list, but it’s also the most exciting. As a newcomer to the banking market, Yonder is fast becoming the go-to credit card for young people, and the brand has already placed twice on the Startups 100 Index 2024.

Already, Yonder has snapped up 10,000 paying members for its clever rewards-based app, and it plans to develop that number substantially over the next year. The company is advertising five jobs to apply for in June:

  • Member Support Associate
  • Senior Fraud Ops Associate
  • Senior Member Support Associate
  • Senior Performance Marketing Manager
  • VP of Finance

Peppy Health


Where is it based? Old Street, London
Can you work there remotely? All roles are hybrid (3 days a week in-office) but Peppy says it is flexible to individual circumstances

Digital healthcare platform, Peppy Health has frequently found itself listed as one of the hottest UK startups (it’s appeared no fewer than three times in our Startups 100 Index). The company gives large, global businesses a support platform to assist their employees with health issues like menopause, endometriosis, fertility, and baby health.

So far, over one million people use Peppy from 250 companies, including Adobe and Disney. Last year, the company expanded to the US and raised £36 million in series B funding. This month, it will add to those success by hiring two new hybrid roles for its UK office:

Pasta Evangelists

Where is it based? Acton, west London
Can you work there remotely? All roles are permanently onsite

Pasta Evangelists was born in 2017 from one, shared ambition: to bring fresh Italian-made pasta to UK shelves. Since then, the brand has succeeded magnificently. Clever marketing has made the Pasta Evangelists a household name, and its range of pasta shapes is now available to buy in restaurants, stores, and as a ready-made meal kit for date night.

Pasta Evangelists is currently hiring four foodies to work at its Head Office. An added perk? All Evangelist employees receive free Italian lessons and regular pasta tastings. Holy ravioli!

  • Head of Commercial Finance and FP&A
  • Head of Operations (Takeaway)
  • Social Media and Influencer Manager
  • UI & UX Designer 


fred and charlie Wild founders

Where is it based? Brixton, south London
Can you work there remotely? All roles are hybrid (3 days a week in-office)

Deodorant brand, Wild is on a mission to disrupt the bland, all-white boxes on today’s beauty shelves. Instead, it wants to replace them with its range of colourful, refillable, and (crucially) plastic-free roll-ons.

Wild’s origin story is a true startup tale of purpose, passion, and plenty of mistakes. But the brand is now five years old and has graduated to the big leagues.

This June, the team is looking to cement its international market presence, and is hiring five London-based roles on its career portal. There is also a speculative application available to fill out if you would love to work at Wild but can’t see a perfect match in the listings below:

  • Supply Chain Manager
  • NPD Manager
  • Financial Operations Manager
  • TikTok Shop Marketing Executive
  • Videographer

The Modern Milkman

Modern Milkman

Where is it based? Manchester
Can you work there remotely? All roles are hybrid (2 days a week in-office)

Working for an environmental startup is incredibly important to eco-conscious job seekers and, if you’re one of them, the Modern Milkman is an excellent startup to plant your seeds. To date, The Modern Milkman’s ‘Uber for milkmen’ delivery model has saved over 81,402,464 plastic bottles from landfill and brought back the familiar and beloved milk run.

All open vacancies for the MM factory are hybrid, with teams working for just two days a week in the company’s head office and the rest “wherever you work best”. There are three jobs at the Modern Milkman being advertised for June:

  • Product Manager
  • Direct Sales Manager
  • Growth Executive



Where is it based? Bermondsey, south-east London
Can you work there remotely? All roles are hybrid (2 days a week in-office)

Green courier, Packfleet has stamped itself out as a top employer thanks to its anti-Amazon business model. Job seekers looking for top employee benefits, and a purposeful career, will find both at this pioneering startup that was founded by ex-Monzo worker, Tristan Thomas.

The company plans to take its all-electric fleet of Packfleet vans to even more UK cities this year, and it’s got the recruitment plans to prove it. Five roles have been uploaded to the Packfleet career portal for June:

  • Account Executive
  • Customer Operations Specialist
  • Head of Operations
  • Head of Sales
  • Live Operations Specialist


JUBEL founder, Jesse Wilson

Where is it based? Kennington, south London
Can you work there remotely? No, all roles are field based

Unless you’ve been living under a rock (or kept away from your local pub) you’ll have heard of Jubel Beer. The peach-infused larger brand is one of the exciting new additions to the supermarket drinks shelf, and it’s growing faster than you or I can chug a beer.

Jubel is hoping to fill up five vacancies this June, all of which are hybrid roles and based either at the brewery’s London or Bristol offices. There is also a speculative application for anyone who is eager to join Jubel and can’t wait for a job opening. The advertised roles are:

  • Off Trade Field Sales Executive (London)
  • Bristol Key Account Manager (Bristol)
  • South London Business Development Manager (London)
  • Student Brand Ambassador (London)
  • London Trade Activation Manager (London)


KatKin co-founders

Where is it based? Clerkenwell (central London) or Haverhill (Suffolk)
Can you work there remotely? All London-based roles are hybrid (3 days a week in-office)

Love cats? You’ll be in good company at KatKin, the premium pet food subscription service that’s cooking up healthy meals, and a world-first diagnostic kitty litter, for our feline friends – backed by over £18m in investment.

There are seven live job listings available at KatKin, two of which operate from the startups’ Haverhill kitchen. The full list of vacancies is:

  • R&D Process Technologist (Haverhill)
  • Technical Manager (Haverhill)
  • Brand Ambassador (London)
  • Event Coordinator (London)
  • Influencer Marketing Executive (London)
  • In-house Registered Vet Nurse (London)
  • Growth Lead for Retention (London)


Where is it based? Dalston, east London
Can you work there remotely? All London-based roles are hybrid (2 days a week in-office)

You might be surprised to learn that one of the UK’s most innovative startups is an online will writer. Farewill’s admirable mission has seen it use technology to help over 60,000 people to tackle the esoteric and emotional process of writing a will. It even recently raised £1bn in customer pledges for charities including Cancer Research and Surfers Against Sewage.

Farewill is currently advertising for eight new hires this June on its company careers portal, all of which are hybrid roles. The team works out of Farewill’s east London office for two days a week (although there is the option to work a four-day week should you wish):

  • Senior Product Designer
  • Data Analyst
  • Finance Assistant
  • Legal Counsel, Wills & Probate 
  • Senior Paralegal, Corporate & Commercial
  • Customer Operations Specialist
  • Account Executive
  • Sales Executive, Funeral Planning
Written by:
Helena Young
Helena is Lead Writer at Startups. As resident people and premises expert, she's an authority on topics such as business energy, office and coworking spaces, and project management software. With a background in PR and marketing, Helena also manages the Startups 100 Index and is passionate about giving early-stage startups a platform to boost their brands. From interviewing Wetherspoon's boss Tim Martin to spotting data-led working from home trends, her insight has been featured by major trade publications including the ICAEW, and news outlets like the BBC, ITV News, Daily Express, and HuffPost UK.

Leave a comment

Leave a reply

We value your comments but kindly requests all posts are on topic, constructive and respectful. Please review our commenting policy.

Back to Top