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We're always on the lookout for talented individuals to join our team. Whether you're a consultant developer looking for a new challenge, a designer interested in bigger and more diverse projects, or a graduate just starting out, we'd love to hear from you.

What's it like to work at Scott Logic?

Work together

As a Scott Logic consultant, you’ll be part of a tight-knit team of talented designers, developers and testers. You’ll be solving tough software challenges, and building products that transform the performance of some of the world’s biggest and most complex organisations.

Grow together

The diverse nature of our work means you’ll definitely be kept on your toes. But you’ll also be supported to achieve your potential – our typical delivery environment involves small project-focused teams and technical managers who value collaboration and pragmatism.

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Succeed together

Ultimately, your success and that of the company is driven by the results we achieve for our clients. We are trusted to deliver on business-critical projects for high-profile global enterprises, and with this comes the opportunity to build a world-class consultancy we can all be proud of.

Senior Developer

Senior Developer

Bristol / Edinburgh / Leeds / London / Newcastle

Are you passionate about building software right and delivering outstanding solutions to clients as part of a tight-knit agile team?

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Senior Technical Support Engineer

Edinburgh / Newcastle

We’re looking for a Senior Technical Support Engineer to join our internal IT support team – someone who can support our staff while building and maintaining our systems and infrastructure... is that you?

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Graduate Programme

A great opportunity to kickstart your career in software. You'll learn new skills, work on a diverse set of internal and client projects, and figure out what makes award-winning software teams tick.

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We've made the Scottish Business Pledge

Scott Logic has signed up to the Scottish Business Pledge – a demonstration of our commitment to promoting fairness, equality, opportunity and innovation in Scotland.

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Being a Senior Test Engineer at Scott Logic

Hear Hannah Pretswell explain her route into Scott Logic, the interview process, what it's like to work here, and her active involvement in the wider test community.

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Meet some of the team

Martha

Martha

Developer, Newcastle

"One of the many reasons I see myself staying at Scott Logic is the open and collaborative culture where everyone supports one another. It means we never end up feeling like we’re working in morale-draining silos, cut off from one another."

Jon

Jon

Lead Developer, Bristol

“The company has proved to be the right fit for me and what I have always wanted for my career. It's also great that I’m always learning from those around me as Scott Logic is a place filled with some seriously smart people.”

Laura

Laura

Developer, Bristol

“I really enjoyed the interview process itself. It felt more like an opportunity for me to show who I actually was, instead of being expected to adopt some kind of super-formal persona in order to tick the right corporate boxes.”

Peter

Peter

Lead Developer, Edinburgh

“I have now been at Scott Logic for over eight years instead of making like a typical dev and job-hopping every couple of years. My reason for staying is simple: I have been on a definite path since the day I joined in 2012 after graduating from university.”

Siso Sibanda

Siso

Delivery Manager, London

“I was offered a role and soon discovered another Scott Logic benefit – the removal of management layers between me and the client so I am able to establish relationships with a broader set of stakeholders on the client account.”

Hannah

Hannah

Senior Test Engineer, Newcastle

"I sent out CVs but every potential employer came back, saying: 'No, you’re not experienced enough'. I was stuck, and then Scott Logic gave me a chance. I think the company took notice of me because I was so honest about my lack of experience and stated that I just needed an opportunity to learn and prove myself."

How does our recruitment process work?

Simple online application

You’ll find this on every vacancy listed on the site. We’ll ask for some basic information, your latest CV and links to any work or writing you’d like us to consider.

Time to talk

If your initial application looks good, the next step is a phone call. Here we want to get to know you a little better, and we’re happy to answer any questions you may have.

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Face to face (virtually, for now!)

If there seems to be a mutual fit, it’s time to meet via video call. For technical roles, interviews will likely include some technology discussion, exercises and problem-solving. Most candidates really enjoy this, and it’s a great way for us to understand how you tackle challenges.

Show us your skills

Typically we run a two-stage interview process. The second stage is a chance to meet some more members of the team via video call, cover some more technical exercises, and also to explore the role, your past work and your longer-term goals in more detail.

At Scott Logic, you get access to a range of benefits from day one:

  • Competitive salary
  • A salary sacrifice pension scheme with employer contribution of up to 10% of salary
  • 25–30 days' holiday per year
  • An Individual Development Budget  of up to £1,000 and two development days a year
  • Up to £200 to set up your home working environment
  • Income protection cover
  • Employee assistance programme
  • Death in service plan
  • Busy social schedule
  • Friends and family referral programme
  • Optional private medical cover
  • Holiday sell-back options
  • Childcare voucher scheme
  • Cycle-to-work scheme
  • Travel loan scheme
  • Discounted gym membership

Upcoming Events

Cultivating empathy

September 21, 2021

We live in a world that seems increasingly more divided and polarised. Platforms we use are designed to reinforce our views. Can cultivating empathy be a solution to that and how could we improve that skill? In this talk, Tamara Chehayeb Makarem will present empathy as a skill that can be cultivated and explore ways of doing that, as well as empathy's practical application in our day-to-day jobs.

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An introduction to resiliency in the cloud

September 22, 2021

Although trying to prevent possible failures to a system is certainly worthwhile, we can also embrace failures and learn how to adapt. In this talk, James Leftley will explore some of the foundations and common approaches for designing resilient systems in cloud environments—and how experimenting with our systems, by deliberately introducing failures, can help us better understand their behaviour.

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Inclusive Design: How diversity is the key to building better technology

September 23, 2021

When creating services, products or spaces, the decisions we make can directly enhance or inhibit the participation of people and communities. In this talk, Alex Ternar will offer a taster of the vast world of Inclusive Design by exploring how understanding human diversity leads to the creation of better, more human products.

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