You're brilliant at what you do and we'll challenge you to get better
We’re always on the lookout for brilliant talent and we offer some of the best careers for ambitious new starters to experienced hands alike.
As major advocates of agile and lean working practices, continual improvement is core to our philosophy and this applies to our people too.
More great reasons to join us
Personal medical insurance
We provide a medical insurance policy which gives you money back for things like dental work and opticians, and physiotherapy. You can claim back up to £100 on dental, £100 on eye test, £400 on diagnostics and £250 on things like acupuncture.
We care about the wellbeing of our people and offer a £25 monthly allowance to spend on anything else that aids your wellbeing.
£500 training budget
In the spirit of bolstering the culture of learning we encourage here at Code, each Computerlover has a specific, individual, annual budget of £500 they’re able to dedicate to helping them somehow expand on their skills.
Generous maternity & parental leave
Congratulations! You're having a baby! Depending on length of service, we provide 3 months on full pay and the following 6 weeks at 50% salary. We also provide a 10% return to work bonus for the first 12 months when returning from maternity leave.
Christmas party abroad
Since 2000, we've always had our Christmas party abroad. It's a long running tradition that we don't want to break!
LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT
Friday afternoons are dedicated to learning new skills
We dedicate 10% of our time (Friday afternoons) for learning, across the whole company. We call this Make Change Fridays and it’s one of the ways we are committed to personal development and the continual improvement of our company.
Inclusivity, collaboration and improvement
We build teams from all kinds of people: thinkers, writers, talkers, makers, analysts, inventors and more. People who work hard, work together and get things done. We embrace our diversity and differences, but we all share the same values and beliefs.
Ultimately, company culture is what really matters – find out what makes a Computerlover.