Finder’s moving west — to Denver!

Posted: 24 June 2021 1:25 am
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That’s right: Australian-born and NYC-bred, we’re expanding to the Mile High City

At Finder, we’re focused on one goal: empowering Americans to save, spend, invest and grow their money efficiently and wisely. At the heart of that mission is our comprehensive comparisons of brands, products and financial services to help you find what you’re looking for.

Now, we’re psyched to share our plans for growing our business by opening our second-ever US office in what business insiders are calling “the next Silicon Valley”: Denver, Colorado. And it couldn’t come at a better time, what with our financial app due to roll out to more than 350 million Americans in the fall of 2021.

Our story — and our future

What started with two people burning the midnight oil in a loft in New York’s Chinatown has become a robust team of more than 70 tech, editorial and publishing leaders working out of our Midtown offices. And we can’t wait to establish Finder’s footprint in the city’s growing tech hub.

To help outfit our new digs, we’re looking to hire some 200 product managers, software engineers and app developers to join our spirited crew of top fintech talent.

More than 70 of these positions are remote, part of Colorado’s location-neutral employment initiative — or LONE — in collaboration with the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade.

Join us

Colorado is calling. Apply for a role at our dynamic Denver hub through our Careers page.

Don’t see a fit with your skills or background? Introduce yourself to us at careers@finder.com.

We’ll see you out west!

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