Helastel almost always has openings for both technical and non technical roles. We are fiercely proud of the work we do here and it is a great place to work. You can read more about what it’s like to work here on our Life at Helastel page.
If you’d like to add to our glow we’d love to hear from you. You’ll have the opportunity to shine alongside some of the most driven and creative people in the industry and grow your career with us.
We look for practical, pragmatic people that can hold their own in a team of independent, bright colleagues.
We aren’t always recruiting but we’re always interested to hear from like-minded people, so send us a CV even if there aren’t any specific roles available that are a direct fit for you.
Current opportunities with us:
Be accountable for the design, delivery and implementation in line with customer vision and expectation. Work in a professional, collaborative and innovative way that builds on the great culture and working environment that Helastel has. Engage in a collaborative customer...See full job description
To be part of the design, development, deployment, maintenance and implementation stages of client projects in collaboration with Technical and Delivery Teams To make sure that projects are delivered in line with the client vision, on time and within the...See full job description
Alongside other Software Engineers, ensure the design, delivery and implementation of all Helastel projects are in line with the customer vision and all responsibilities are conducted in a professional manner. To engage in a collaborative customer journey, that is focused...See full job description
The purpose of this role is to uphold the software quality standard required to engage the business to deliver quality products and services. Key responsibilities: Analyse the requirements of projects in collaboration with Business Analysts and develop a plan, with...See full job description
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Director at Penstripe, Chris Anderson