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Welcome on board.

Together we can make payments better. For our customers, for our partners and for you.

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We are driven by innovative ideas, supported by state-of-the-art technology and a partnership-oriented mindset.

Be part of our team.

We need good ideas and bold decision-makers to help us realise our payments vision. Are you on board?

Rethink payments with us

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Tech Stack

Our tech stack is growing as we expand our team and skill set. We love experimenting and we can’t wait to hear your ideas.

Do you have an idea? Share it with us.

Growing together

You can unleash your talents freely here, because we’ll do everything we can so that you can perform at your best.

Good Goodies

Big and small benefits that make working for us even more fun.

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Step by step to Paymenttools

Have you submitted your application? We’ll be in contact soon.

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Application received

Have you submitted your application?

You’ll receive a confirmation mail from us. Then we’ll check your documents and get back to you as quickly as possible with feedback on your application.

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First meeting (approx. 30 minutes)

Are we a good fit?

In an initial video call or telephone interview we’ll assess whether we could work together and answer your questions.

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Meet the team (approx. 60–90 minutes)

How do we work?

You’ll meet your future colleagues and get initial insights into our day-to-day work either in a video call or at the office.

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Final meeting (approx. 30 minutes)

Any more questions?

This meeting gives you the opportunity to ask the hiring manager about your future job, as well as talk about your objectives and your preferences.

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Job offer

Are all your questions answered and everything fits? 

Then we’ll make you a job offer. Now it’s up to you. After all, we have to be a good match for you as well.

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Welcome!

Signed the contract?

Then it’s time to start your onboarding process. We look forward to working with you!

Future Thinker at Paymenttools

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