Expect a vibrant, innovative, creative and fast paced environment, where people truly come first. Our values run through everything we do!
We’re still small enough for you to influence how we shape Mango!
You’ll get the opportunity to take the lead with projects across our service offerings that will often take you out of your comfort zone, but will develop your skill set.
Innovation is a key part of our business – forget dull events! Think HR Tech, IP Expo and Digital festivals. Alison recently visited Amsterdam to check out what’s new in HR Tech.
Our team loves getting involved in the tech community – attending meet ups, conferences and workshops.
Pay – We pay fairly & regularly review market rates.
Time out – 35 days holiday (incl. bank hols).
Treats – Outstanding work and behaviours get recognised! Expect the unexpected! Treats for you and your family!
Happy Birthday – Day off to celebrate your birthday!
Christmas fun – we all have time out during the Christmas and New year period.
Flexibility – true flexible and remote working. You arrange your schedule in-line with client workload.
Coaching/development – Monthly coaching support and development opportunities.
Keeping you healthy – Private medical insurance for you and your family.
Just in case/for a rainy day – 5% Mango contribution to your pension scheme. Life insurance x 4 salary. 13 weeks full sick pay and income protection up to 2 years.
We’re going through a rapid period of growth so we’re on the lookout for a number of new additions to TEAMango! If you love working with (or the idea of working with) innovative Tech firms, and feel aligned to our way of doing things, do not hesitate to get in touch! Just drop us an email to email@example.com.
In particular we are interested in talking to:
1) Experienced HR professionals who can confidently describe themselves as non-traditional. Experience in consultancy and/or tech would be great but isn’t essential
2) Passionate Recruiters who are not addicted to commission models (as that’s just not us) who would love to work more closely with Tech firms on the full cycle of recruitment, and are open/well versed in the use of new technology.
3) First Line Management and Executive level coaches who can help the next generation of Managers, Leaders and CXOs to reach their full potential and play their part in the ongoing success of their companies
4) L&D Professionals who not only comfortable developing and facilitating bespoke development programmes, but have a good eye for new ideas, including the use of new technology in the workplace.
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