Life is short. We believe work should be meaningful, inspiring, and fun.
Technology must be fit for purpose. We solve challenges creatively and build powerful solutions for complex problems.
We don’t have time for “boring”. Instead, we’re building a team of the most passionate, adventurous, and creative people imaginable and giving them the space to take on global challenges.
Cutting-edge tech alone doesn't cut it. To reach the most vulnerable populations in the harshest environments, solutions need to be built for context and appropriate for purpose.
Among many, here are a few teasers. Do we have your attention?
Behind the diverse backgrounds, interests, and perspectives our team brings to work, we hold a shared purpose. We believe that every person counts—no matter the place or circumstances they were born into. So we fight to improve global development through better tools, better technology, and better systems. It’s incredibly challenging, but real lives are on the line. Join us, and do work that really matters.
Because at Simprints, it is. Self-directed learning objectives, external mentors, and regular one-on-one feedback keep continual learning at the heart of our talent strategy. And we put our money where our mouth is: all team members receive stipends on top of their annual salary to use for any courses, trips, or projects that power professional (and personal!) development. Join us, and you will grow faster than at almost any other job.
Simprints provides opportunities to expand and grow within the organisation. As a rapidly-scaling nonprofit, we need our team members to proactively take on new roles and responsibilities as they arise. Are you eager to contribute to our strategy in tech, business, operations, and beyond? Are you looking to lead a team of your own? We're the right place for you.
Hate pointless rules and bucreaucracy? Want the freedom to work autonomously? At Simprints we don't dictate hours, and this is no 9-to-5 job. We work incredibly hard, and trust each other to be responsible with how, where, and when. In the end, we care about quality results. Join a fast-paced "scrum" culture with unlimited paid time off and no fixed hours. Throw in a wellness budget to cover your self-care needs, and you can build the work day that works for you.
We set ambitious quarterly targets, and then let you and your team decide how to achieve them. That's it. No deducting hours at the dentist from a limited PTO allotment, no bending over backwards to maximise time spent with family and friends—at Simprints, we're (mostly) responsible adults. We trust you to know when and how to recharge.
We work on the frontlines of international development. With a growing global network of partners, our work takes us from the dusty savannahs of Zambia to the narrow slums of Dhaka, or the pristine beaches of Zanzibar to the political corridors of Washington D.C. No assignment or trip is ever quite the same. And we make sure that every role—from software engineer to strategic partnerships lead—gets a chance to travel with the team and see our impact in person.
We also very occasionally consider unsolicited applications for other roles. Our selection process includes technical tests, remote and in-person interviews, and ‘trial days’ spent with your potential future team (don't worry, we're nice people).
The Country Director of Ethiopia, without doubt, is the most important hire for the region. They will report directly to the COO and will focus on increasing our reach and impact with partners - NGOs, social enterprises, funders, and governments. The role will be based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and responsibilities will be based around the overarching objective of scaling our operational impact in Ethiopia.
We are looking for a 6-month intern who is passionate about building and developing exceptional teams, and with the ambition to help drive forward the talent operations across Simprints. You will work with a dedicated team and focus on three key areas: hiring, retention and development. This is a perfect role for someone looking to strengthen their career in talent acquisition, team development, or project management.
We are looking for a Director of Finance with outstanding analytical skills to drive our financial strategy and deliver insights that enable us to grow our global impact. You are forward-thinking, deeply collaborative, a quick learner, and thrive in a fast-paced, highly autonomous start-up environment. You will collaborate closely with the CEO and others across the team to develop and implement our financial strategy, including forecasting, analysis, and supporting revenue-generating opportunities.
The Head of Impact Partnerships is a critical hire to achieve our ambitious goals. You will report directly to the COO and will focus on increasing our reach and impact with partners - NGOs, social enterprises, and governments. You will spend about 30% of your time traveling. From one day to the next, you might be in Washington D.C. landing contracts for some of the biggest international development programmes in the world, mentoring an up and coming Impact Partnerships Manager through their first deal in Kenya, or defining and iterating on our commercial strategy and business models for East Africa.
We are looking for a Senior Impact Partnerships Manager who can help us increase our portfolio of impact partners around the world - NGOs, social enterprises, and governments. You are confident, passionate, reliable, deeply collaborative, a quick learner, and thrive in a fast-paced, startup environment. From one day to the next you might be scoping a cash transfer project for refugees across East Africa or negotiating the final terms of a partnership for a nation-wide project with a Ministry of Health.
The Project Manager is a key hire for the South Asia region. You will be based in Dhaka and report directly to the Country Director, Bangladesh, with strong support and alignment with our global Project Operations team in the UK. Your responsibilities will be based around the overarching objective of scaling up the deployment of Simprints technology in Bangladesh and other South Asian countries, with specific focus on managing and leading our flagship scale-up project in partnership with BRAC to ensure a successful outcome.
We are looking for Software Engineers with a focus in Android development to join our growing tech team. You will be responsible for the design, development and maintenance of Simprints applications and their integration with back-end services. You will be working within a team of dedicated engineers focused on different layers of the stack. Therefore, commitment to collaborative problem solving, robust design, and quality product is essential.
We are looking for Software Engineers with a focus in backend development to join our growing tech team. Among many things, you will architect, design, develop, deploy and operate services that support millions of beneficiaries; leverage best practices in continuous integration and delivery; and help drive optimisation, testing, and tooling to improve data and systems quality.
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Not looking for full-time work but still want to get involved? Join our volunteering email listserve, where engineers, professionals, and students receive updates about exciting projects. Our volunteers work on range of projects spanning mobile development, Web APIs, market sizing, global development reports, content writing, and more. Volunteer work is rigourous and rewarding—just ask the two volunteers who spent a week with us in Zambia working alongside our team! If you have a passion for combining technology and development with worthy causes we would love to meet you.