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Digital open days at Companies House
We're looking for brilliant people to join our digital teams. Find out more at our recruitment drop-in sessions.
Are you interested in a career in digital?
We’ve recently launched an ambitious transformation programme which will completely change the way we offer services to our customers. Digital services are an essential element of this transformation.
Over the next few months we’ll be advertising a number of job vacancies in our digital teams, including roles in:
- product management
- user research
- interaction design
- software development
Book your place on our digital open day to find out more.
If you’re interested in being part of our transformation, please come along to one of our digital open days and recruitment sessions at our head office in Cardiff.
Located close to the city centre, our experts will be waiting to talk to you about our exciting digital strategy and the new roles available. Most importantly, you’ll learn more about our culture and why we’re a brilliant place to work.
There are 2 separate drop-in sessions.
Session 1: Monday 8 April, 5pm to 7pm
Session 2: Friday 12 April, 10am to 12pm
Ross Maude, Director of digital said:
We’re starting on a really exciting transformation journey at Companies House, and we have a brilliant culture and way of working here. We’ve fully adopted working with Scrum, we’re working with agile and we’re at the forefront of using things like DevOps to make sure that we’re using the best practices to deliver our services in the most efficient way we can.
We’d really like people to come and see the work that we’re doing, and be part of a team that’s doing really quite amazing things here in the middle of Cardiff.
If you have the skills and experience we’re looking for, we want you to be part of this ambitious programme of change. You’ll have the opportunity to be at the forefront of the government’s digital transformation, and to develop our services to meet the ever-changing demands of the UK’s business landscape.
Find out more about working for Companies House.
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