London, United Kingdom
Our business is all about connecting homeowners with trustworthy, reliable tradesmen. The best tradesmen see their work as a craft. This is our attitude, as well. Each day, we strive to perfect our craft, to create a product and service that is truly exceptional. Nothing is more important than the people in our team. We only hire the best because we know that you can't build a world class company without a world class team. We also want to enjoy what we do, and that means working with other people who enjoy what they do. We're intrinsically motivated by our work, whether it's design, software engineering, marketing or customer service.
MyBuilder was founded in 2004 by a real life tradesman. Ryan Notz wanted a better way for people like him to find work and realised that nothing like MyBuilder existed. Starting from a Bristol garage, the business has flourished, helping thousands of tradesmen to find work and hundreds of thousands of homeowners to find reliable tradesmen. MyBuilder has won many startup competitions and awards, and has the backing of some of Britain’s most well known investors, along with Travis Perkins Group and Channel 4. We’re proud of what we’ve accomplished, and are recognised for excellence across the world, but we’re still hungry for more and as driven as ever.
Why work at MyBuilder?
MyBuilder is a special place to work. We are Symfony developers, TV producers, artists, ex-financial services and everything in between. We look for people who are intellectually curious, passionate about their jobs, hard working and not afraid to fail in pursuit of getting it right next time.
If you fit the bill (and like us too), we'll set you up with a shiny new Mac and a spacious workspace at our awesome office located between between Old Street & Farringdon. You'll get to enjoy the best coffee around, lots of great food and fun outings with like-minded people. If all of the above sounds appealing, you should get in touch.
Visit careers.mybuilder.com to find out more about working at MyBuilder.