If you join Redgate, you'll be joining the leading provider of software for professionals working on the Microsoft data platform.
You'll help over 800,000 people in every kind of industry across the world, from small and medium sized businesses to 91% of companies in the Fortune 100 – including Walt Disney, Intel, Amazon, and Yorkshire Water.
And you'll be part of a company that's built up its reputation of trust over 20 years. Today, Redgate is still a growing company - and we want to help you to grow, too.
You'll be supported in your role, your wellbeing, and your personal development - because when you're flourishing, so is the whole team.
Join us today to help bring our ingeniously simple software to more people, and help us make Redgate an even better place to work.
We're looking for more applicants from every background: if you share our core values, but can also bring something new to our culture, we want to hear from you.
We love to find, define, explore, and solve really tricky challenges.
We have a user-centered approach to problem-solving. Focusing on the user at every step helps us solve the right problems, in the right places, for the right people.
Agile teamwork, close involvement with the products, and Jammie Dodgers...
Read more about what it's like to work in Marketing in Jamie's blog post.
What does it feel like to work in a support team that gets a 95.2% customer satisfaction score?
Find out in Anu and Alex's blog post.
Each year we run several 10-week paid internships, doing real work in an established team.
As a Redgate Intern you'll be a part of the team day one, and spend your time on things that make a real difference.
We treat everyone as we would want to be treated ourselves, even when the circumstances are difficult.
Our best products and services are ingeniously simple. The same goes for how we work internally. We work best when we don't overcomplicate things.
We make mistakes visible and share the evidence used to make decisions. No gossiping, no intrigue, no pussy-footing around problems.
We continually improve when we make the most of everyone's expertise. The company is more important than the team and the team is more important than the individual.
Profits keep the score, but the game is to help customers succeed so they genuinely value what they pay for.
No matter how smart you are, or how good you are at narrowly-defined tasks, there is no room for you here if you're an asshole.
At Redgate, you'll be able to develop the skills you want, the way you want - and we'll be there to support, advise, and encourage you.
Everyone here has the chance to work with us on their own Personal Development Plan. Above are just a few of the ways we've seen people grow here.