Over the years, we have worked hard to make ourselves stand out from the competition, and that's because we're not afraid to explore new territory - we always encourage our team to develop their skills and get stuck into every aspect of the business. We also have a programme of flexible benefits (including a pension scheme, childcare vouchers and a cycle to work scheme).
Location: Nottingham or London
We're looking for an experienced engineer to help deploy client management solutions for some of our flagship clients. If you've got experience working with Apple and Jamf deployments, and are prepared to take the lead in our onsite installations, this opportunity is for you.
Location: Soho, London
We need someone with experience solving the technical challenges facing production and post teams to join our M&E team in London. As a pre-sales engineer, you’ll need a combination of technical know-how and customer-facing skills, as you work with existing and potential customers to design, demo and offer strategic support for a range of media-focused solutions.
Experience with NLEs, shared storage and production asset management are musts, and experience of virtualisation and cloud computing wouldn’t go amiss, either. If you think you have what it takes to thrive in a fast-paced, dynamic team, this could be the job for you.
We’re looking for someone who’s good on the phone and calm under pressure to join our sales support team! If you’re passionate about customer service, have a keen eye for detail and aren’t scared to get stuck in to new systems and processes, this could be the job for you.
To see it is to believe it. There's a Tardis in the office, Astroturf and a picnic table in the staffroom, and a shrine to Sid James in a cupboard. That said, there's also a 30,000 sq. ft. warehouse, room for our 260 employees (including all our solutions experts, an in-house tech support team, marketing department and directors), a series of themed meeting rooms, and a product demo room complete with its own green screen wall. Barely a day goes by without something changing...
Shariff, Copywriter at Jigsaw24
For us the interview is as much about finding out what kind of person you are as it is about the skills you have. We’re always looking out for people that have the right attitude to help us get to where we want to be as a company. A typical interview will include:
• A tour of the building.
• Questions about your goals, how you deal with challenges, etc. so we can get to know what kind of person you are.
• A session with representatives from the management team, where they’ll ask you about your skills in relation to the job you’re applying for.
If there’s one thing we’re not, it’s a company of suits. Everyone in the office wears what they feel comfortable in, as long as it’s work appropriate – no shorts or mini skirts, for example.
No, but it is a big bonus, and easily the way to our hearts. If you’re runner up on the Great British Bake Off, for example, you’ll have no problem fitting in.