Hiring developers, designers & QA testers in Auckland

How we work is really important to us at Xero, and at a time when we are growing rapidly there’s a lot of emphasis on creating environments where staff feel comfortable, creative and connected (oh and good coffee is essential too). We’ve recently extended our sales office to add a development hub in Auckland, New Zealand.

Situated in the creative quarter of Parnell, above the French Bistro La Cigale, (lots of parking!),  Xero Auckland is a lovely place to work.

Our Auckland team is working on a diverse set of projects, including Xero Personal; the recently acquired WorkflowMax, job costing and practice management product, as well as our internal service delivery applications which are pivotal to supporting Xero staff working around the world. There’s a big queue of projects to get in to.

We’ve had some great talent join us in Auckland recently but we still need interaction designersdevelopers and QA Testers. So if you’ve been attracted to Xero but didn’t want to leave the City of Sails we’d love to talk to you.

And if you’re outside of New Zealand we’d love to chat about how we can get you into a world class job in our beautiful country.

Check out our careers page or get in touch at careers@xero.com.

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