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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 / 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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User Experience Designer

User Experience Designer


Are you ambitious and driven with visual flair, and a desire to create intuitive software interfaces that truly put the user first?

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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.

Paid internships

Our paid summer internships, usually around 12 weeks, help you gain experience using the latest tools and technologies, working in a team and learning from our experienced mentors.

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.

A group of people at an interview

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.

Meet some of the team



Principal Consultant, Newcastle

“Finding a place to work that resonates with who you are, enables and encourages you to grow and flourish, that focuses on what is important and that gives you happiness, all with a diverse mix of like-minded individuals is something rare to find.”



Lead UX Designer, London

“It’s essential to have a great team to learn from. Since joining Scott Logic, I’ve been very proud to be part of an organisation that encourages the thirst for knowledge and facilitates knowledge sharing to allow professional growth. I’m proud to work with smart people who are extremely passionate about technology.”



Senior Developer, London

“What’s most important to me is the expectation from Scott Logic to improve yourself, drive learning within the company, and improve the quality of client interactions. All of this is possible with knowledgeable and enthusiastic colleagues around me.”



Technical Architect, Bristol

“Discovering new technology continues to drive my interest in software and web development. Working at Scott Logic gives me the freedom to explore new ways of solving challenging and interesting problems, with a team of like-minded people who want to learn and take pride in achieving the highest quality.”



Developer, Bristol

“It’s very easy to discuss ideas with those around me, and it quite often leads us to learn something new.”



Senior Test Engineer, Newcastle

“I have a rather unusual background in character animation and video games testing. Scott Logic gave me a chance where not many other companies would have done. Because of Scott Logic’s open-mindedness, I am surrounded by people from all walks of life, and this brings something so unique and special to the company.”

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
  • Income protection cover
  • Employee assistance programme
  • Excellent career development opportunities
  • Training, certification and mentoring
  • 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

APIs as a Value Generator

January 20, 2021

Every day, organisations like yours are finding ways to generate new value from APIs. Come and hear from our expert panel: NatWest Group's Kevin Dearing, the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP)'s Jacqui Leggetter, and Saxo Bank's Benny Boye Johansen. They'll share success stories, lessons learnt and practical advice based on their experiences of using APIs as a strategic enabler and value generator.

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How to create a Data Mesh with open source tools

February 11, 2021

Data Meshes promise much by moving away from the inherent challenges of data management in centralised lakes and warehouses. But with current open-source tooling, how easy is it *really* to head towards a Data Mesh? In the latest in the 'Open Source in Fintech Event Series', Andrew Carr will explore what challenges you’re likely to face, but also what’s feasible to achieve now while we wait for the tooling to catch up with this new paradigm.

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NE:Tech – February 2021

February 11, 2021

At the first NE:Tech of 2021, NHS Developer Steven Waterman will explain how he built a website to automatically edit audiobooks using six experimental web APIs and some Soviet maths—*not* an easy task, and even harder when you want it to happen in pure JavaScript.

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