Flexibile working has obvious benefits and suits our kind of business
Work is an activity, not a place.
Flexible working has obvious benefits and suits our kind of business, but it can also be a challenge for those who like the social side of work as much as the work itself.
While you don’t really need an office (although we have two), every project entails a team of people, probably coordinated by you, coming together to solve problems and realise a plan.
The work demands frequent client and partner contact, and your social skills will certainly be tested in uniting the range of stakeholders in the project and resolving their issues to keep things moving.
Regular meet-ups can do more than break the ice. This one is a firm favourite.
Build your profile higher than the building
Our projects are highly varied, very visible and often for surprisingly big clients
Our projects are highly varied, very visible and often for surprisingly big clients. The scale and profile of the work is good for your development too.
We encourage you to be independent, to take responsibility and develop your confidence and capacity in the role. You will not only run your own projects, but with the freedom to do things the way you think best.