We’re looking for talented people

We like people. We particularly like bright, talented people who try to get the right stuff done, who love working in teams, and who are always striving to learn and improve.

If this sounds like you, we want to hear from you. We’re successful, we're growing, and we aim to be the best place you've ever worked.

Our latest vacancies are listed on the right.

We have recently become aware that members of the public are receiving emails containing fake offers of employment with Redgate Software. These emails are often sent in response to data that has been obtained through job recruitment boards and other websites, or the emails have simply been sent to members of the public at random.

We don't interview over Google Hangouts, and we will never contact you from, or ask you to send email to a generic email address like Gmail or Hotmail. Please treat any employment offers claiming to be from Redgate but using generic email addresses as suspicious.

All jobs we are hiring for are on our careers page, and we encourage you to apply directly through this site. If you receive a suspicious email, asking for your bank details or any money, please do not send your information out. We encourage you to notify the relevant local authority.

A note for recruitment agencies

We prefer to hire people directly, but we do have a preferred supplier list for when we'd like a helping hand. We'll be in touch if we need you. We don't have time to take cold calls from recruitment agencies – sorry!

We're hiring!

The Redgate Recruitment process

Step 1

Step 1. Application

Step one is your application. So write a letter and upload it on the page for the job you’re interested in. Tell us about yourself, your skills and experience, and talk about why you’d like to work at Redgate. Include a CV, or a link to your LinkedIn page, and if you'd like to show some of your work, attach your portfolio or point us to Stack Overflow or GitHub.

Step 2

Step 2. Assessment

We’ll acknowledge your application straight away, review it and keep you updated on your progress. We might also email an assessment to complete, or invite you for a brief telephone interview. If we don’t think you’re suitable, we’ll inform you – and tell you why. We won’t let you down, we’ll try and help you.

Step 3

Step 3. 1st Interview

Step three is an interview in our Cambridge office. We’ll talk about your work history, your covering letter or video, and any assessments you’ve completed. You might also be asked to do some work-based tests and, if you’re applying for a technical role, expect technical questions – we love talking tech.

Step 4

Step 4. 2nd Interview

The second interview typically lasts two hours. You’ll be talking to different people, you may well meet people you’ll be working with, and we’ll allow time for you to ask questions. We don’t have a dress code at Redgate, by the way, so dress in whatever makes you comfortable.

Step 1

Step 5. Offer

If we think you’d be great at Redgate, we’ll make an offer and iron out any details like relocation issues. If we don’t think you’ll fit in right away, we’ll tell you why. Some people have taken our advice, boned up their knowledge and come back a year later and got a job. It helps.

This is our typical recruitment process, though for some roles it might be a bit different.

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“It's been an absolute pleasure attending interviews at Redgate. The relaxed, friendly atmosphere and informative interview structure has been most appreciated. Thank you.”

Redgate interviewee

Why is Redgate called Redgate?

Redgate is named after the street where the co-founder of the company, Neil Davidson, once lived in Florence, Italy. (Which is a darn sight more sensible than being called Google because someone made a spelling mistake.)