Co-op Digital is building digital products, services and platforms to help our Co-op make the most of digital. We are based in Manchester
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 email@example.com
As a software engineer at Co-op Digital you’ll work in one of our multi-disciplinary agile product teams alongside product owners, delivery managers, analysts, researchers and designers. We collaborate and work closely together to create solutions that deliver simple applications.
As a platform engineer you’ll provide automation, tooling and cloud infrastructure to our entire digital group. Working alongside developers, product owners, delivery managers, analysts, researchers and designers in one of our small, product teams. All teams are autonomous and run their own delivery and deployments, supported by the experts in infrastructure, our platform engineers.
As a front-end engineer, you’ll work on dynamic projects, helping us improve the way we do business for our members, colleagues and customers. We’re working on several exciting projects; our coop.co.uk web platform, creating a platform and shared design language for all Co-op digital products; and redesigning our Funeralcare business, creating a world class digital funeral business, making things as simple as possible during a confusing and difficult process.