We help you to understand and use IT – to make your business, your job and your life better
We encourage our whole team to get as much exposure to these exciting technologies as possible – by contributing to projects, taking on new responsibility and using technology to solve problems and automate boring, repetitive or time consuming parts of your work.
Our customers’ systems are critical to their businesses and you will be given a high level of autonomy to help them and to contribute to their success as well as contributing to the growth of Lucid in this exciting phase of our journey.
We have an open and inclusive environment that encourages learning, sharing and individual development. We will support you and your professional development with training & certification, including a mixture of in-house courses, and those offered by well known vendors or providers including Cisco, LPIC and Microsoft. We also ensure that you get time in the right environment (including away from the office) to complete your training and certification.
We approach everything with automation on our mind, so you’ll be encouraged to identify opportunities to automate problems away; you’ll collaborate with colleagues to actively develop solutions which continually improve technology within our own and our customers’ businesses.
We also actively encourage and pay for you to attend conferences and industry events, both in the UK and internationally including Config Management Camp, DevOps Days, IPExpo, UKNOF and others.
To apply for any of our open vacancies, please email your CV by e-mail to [email protected] making clear which vacancy you are applying for. We’ve published some more information on our recruitment process below, so you know what to expect.
All of our staff are eligible for the following, and more:
Your interview will be undertaken by your hiring manager, and at least one other person, who will always be one of our Directors & founders. The whole process usually takes 2-3 weeks from receiving your CV to making you an offer.
You will need to be legally permitted to live and work in the United Kingdom – please confirm this when you apply.
Please send us copies of any professional certifications gained in the last 2 years – we will ask for these. If you don’t have the actual certificates, links to the verification page(s) on the awarding body’s website are acceptable.
First interview – at our Manchester or Edinburgh offices. This will include:
We aim to be flexible when arranging interviews, and we will always try our best to work around any family, childcare or personal commitments to arrange a suitable date and time, but please do let us know about these as soon as you can.
If you have a disability or any special access requirements, please let us know as soon as possible so we can work to accommodate these.
Second interview – at our Manchester or Edinburgh offices.
Offer and references
We use a number of different channels to recruit for vacancies.
We are happy to work with recruiters who can genuinely help us with our recruitment process – which means:
In order for us to accept a CV or any other details about a candidate, we’ll need you to agree that:
Just complete this form and a member of our team will contact you to arrange: