Co-op Digital is building digital products, services and platforms to help our the Co-op make the most of digital.
Our multidisciplinary teams are working on:
- things that make working at the Co-op easier for all our colleagues, so they can spend more time looking after their customers
- things that help members and customers
- researching and testing new digital ideas that may fit within the wider Co-op
We start with user needs, we work in an agile way and we’re open and transparent. If you share these values we might be a good fit for each other.
We understand that it’s what you do, not when you do it that’s important so we’ll always try to be flexible with other commitments you might have.
We’re actively seeking to build diverse teams. At the moment, we’d particularly like to hear from people whose skills fit with the roles on this page. However, if your digital specialism isn’t mentioned here right now, get in touch anyway. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
£42,000 to £62,000 Closing date: 22 November
At Co-op Digital, we use digital technology to create better ways of doing business for our members, customers and communities. We’re agile, fast-moving and innovative. And we build services that respond to real user needs. Now we’re looking to recruit talented platform engineers to support the growth of our unique business. If you can bring us great technical skills, and you share our passion for openness and collaboration, we can offer you the opportunity to build a career with a business that’s using digital to make a difference.
£38,000 to £56,000 Closing date: 13 December
As a quality analyst at Co-op Digital you’ll work in one of our multi-disciplinary agile teams alongside developers, product owners, product managers, business analysts, architects, researchers and designers. Building a quality service that’s fit for purpose is a shared responsibility across the whole product team. Our quality analysts have an important role to play in holding up a mirror to what’s produced, and making sure the team has feedback at the right points about the quality and viability of the service being delivered.
Principal Software Engineer
Up to £73,000 Closing date: 8 December
At Co-op Digital, we’re creating our very own digital revolution. By embracing the culture, practices and technologies of the digital age we’re creating new products and services that are grounded in Co-op values of openness, member ownership, and community. Now we’re looking to recruit a talented principal software engineer to support the growth of our unique business. You’ll work closely with multi-disciplinary teams (product managers, delivery managers, business architects, engineers) to create digital services with the needs of our customers and members at their heart. We’ll look to you lead on technical strategy, build high performing teams, mentor our engineers and foster a culture of continuous learning and innovation.
£42,000 to £62,000 Closing date: 13 December
We’re looking to recruit talented software engineers to support the growth of our unique business. As a software engineer at Co-op Digital you’ll work in one of our multi-disciplinary agile teams to create solutions that deliver simple applications with the needs of our customers and members at their heart. We have quite a few on-going projects currently at different stages, from discovery to alpha, beta and live. We’re primarily building web applications in Python and Java, however we’re flexible when it comes to your background. We’re looking for people who are passionate about fulfilling user needs, collaborating with others and building great quality software.
£55,000 to £72,000 Closing date: 22 November
At Co-op Digital we’re using technology to create better ways of doing business for our members, customers and communities. Now we’re looking for talented product managers to support the growth of our unique business. As a product manager at Co-op Digital you’ll discover and create products and services that are easy to use, feasible to build, and loved by their users. Our product managers sit at the intersection between business, technology and user experience. They root out and clarify user needs with researchers and design colleagues; talk and listen to potential customers or members in the field, and dive into and become experts in our current digital ecosystem.