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At Phoenix, our philosophy is simple – we aim to be the UK’s leading IT Solution and Service provider, with a forward-thinking approach and a friendly feel.
Working for us, you’ll be given the support you need to get things done and deliver the best end-to-end experience for our customers. You’ll be inspired by our success, recognised for your contribution to that success and constantly challenged to try something new.
According to our colleagues, what makes Phoenix Software a great place to work is our people. From getting to know our customers and understanding their needs, to enabling users and their organisations do more with less, people are at the heart of what we do. We’re proud of the people that we work with and that means we are committed to helping them reach their full potential.
If this sounds like the kind of place you’d like work, then join us and realise your potential!Take a look at our current vacancies
As with many organisations across the UK, Phoenix wants to recruit from the widest pool of talent and to help them progress as we see it as key to our future.
The Race Disparity Audit’s Ethnicity Facts and Figures website and the BiTC Race at Work Survey highlight that ethnic minority staff still encounter significant disparities in employment and progression. The McGregor-Smith review highlights that greater progress and positive outcomes are now needed to ensure all organisations benefit from the wealth of diverse talent on offer.
With this in mind, Phoenix is proud to be a signatory of Business in the Community’s Race at Work Charter.Read more in our blog.
In April 2016 the government introduced a higher minimum wage rate for all staff over 25 years of age inspired by the Living Wage campaign – even calling it the ‘national living wage’.
However, the government’s ‘national living wage’ is not calculated according to what employees and their families need to live. Instead, it is based on a target to reach 60% of median earnings by 2020. Under current forecasts this means a rise to less than £9 per hour by 2020. For under 25s, the minimum wage rates also take into account affordability for employers. The real Living Wage rates are higher because they are independently-calculated based on what people need to get by.
Phoenix is proud to be accredited as a Living Wage Employer and will continue its commitment to ensure all our staff are paid at the real living wage in the UK or London.Learn more about the Living Wage.
Disability Confident is creating a movement of change, encouraging employers to think differently about disability and take action to improve how they recruit, retain and develop disabled people. Being Disability Confident is a unique opportunity to lead the way in your community and you might just discover someone your business cannot do without.
It was developed by employers and disabled people’s representatives to make it rigorous but easily accessible – particularly for smaller businesses. The scheme is voluntary and access to the guidance, self-assessments and resources is completely free.
The Disability Confident scheme supports organisations like Phoenix to make the most of the talents disabled people can bring to the workplace. The scheme aims to help successfully recruit and retain disabled people and those with health conditions – and is one that we fully embrace.
We opened our new sales office in December 2019 amid celebrations of a fantastic year of growth and recognition with global awards.
As part of a million-pound investment in their office premises for future growth, this completes a year of success, after we won the 2019 Microsoft Global Modern Workplace Transformation Partner of the Year Award in July. We have gone through rapid expansion and transformation in the last two years and see no sign of this slowing down.