Our work is varied and often challenging but our working environment is informal and supportive. It may be the case that we are not advertising for a job, however, we always welcome CVs from talented individuals to join our team.
If you are an experienced analyst, project manager, programmer, developer or designer looking for a new challenge, then we'd love to hear from you.
You can send your CV to [email protected] with an email explaining what you have to offer.
PDMS is an equal opportunities employer.
As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic many of our staff are continuing to work remotely and our capacity for non-permanent roles is currently limited.
Our long term aim is to be able to provide opportunities at all levels for those people looking to establish a career in technology.
Please check back over the coming months or email [email protected]
We believe in a positive work life balance and supporting working families. We consider all requests for flexible and remote working.
Every full time member of staff has the opportunity to request up to two days a year to volunteer for meaningful causes.
From regular social events, to nights out for food and drinks, to trips away, we are proud of our social scene which is organised by our social committee.
We contribute towards your home broadband costs.
After one year of service, PDMS will start to contribute towards your pension.
An educated and well trained workforce is something we are proud of. We consider all training and development requests throughout the business.
PDMS staff have the ability to purchase or sell up to five days of holiday each year.
Free onsite car parking for PDMS employees
Georgia Vernon, who joined us whilst still studying for her A Levels, explains how she found the career she loves at PDMS. We are very keen to support the development of our home grown, local talent and offer work placements, internships and apprenticeships to those studying both locally and at Universities in the UK.
Working from home with three children in primary school has been challenging for Senior Analyst Kathryn Druggan.