About Fat Llama
What if owning things was no longer important? What if expensive, niche items could be available to you in seconds? And what if you could generate an extra income from your own belongings? At Fat Llama, we're already bringing about that future. We believe that one day, owning those things we only occasionally need will be as ridiculous as buying a house every time you want to go on holiday.
Our users enjoy on-demand access to anything from high-end cameras to drones to campervans. As a result, they're doing, creating and achieving incredible things every day. Income from rentals is changing the lives of many of our lenders, too - whether it's paying their rent or allowing them to drop corporate jobs and focus on passion projects.
The herd's growing fast, too. Last year we went through Y Combinator
and recently announced a $10M raise
from amazing investors to superpower our growth and focus on American expansion.
How can I help?
Our product experience is incredibly important. The experience of either lending or borrowing on Fat Llama needs to not just be frictionless but also delightful in order to create the business that we want to.
Hot off the back of a Series A and a rebrand by Studio Koto (founded by the people that rebranded Airbnb), we are looking to grow our small product team and significantly overhaul our product experience. As one of the first Product Designers at Fat Llama, you will take ownership of this challenge with a high level of autonomy and trust.
It’s a big challenge, and like working for any young company will need a lot of passion and heart.
So if you have those things, we want to hear from you!
If you don’t feel like you fit all of these areas, don’t worry. We are dedicated to the development of our team. Whether you’re a design graduate, an artist or a bricklayer, as long as you’re also a designer, we’d love to hear from you.
Bringing your whole Llama to work
We're an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We don't discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.