Want to be part of East Anglia’s most exciting tech start-up?
Pickr is a digital staffing platform that connects businesses with the workers it needs. Our tech allows companies to tap into a growing talent cloud, sourcing people quicker, cheaper and more effectively than traditional staffing solutions. We’re sticking it to the status quo!

We’re looking for skilled Devs who can help us build the future of work!

You’d be joining a well-established team utilising a modern tech stack. Think.NET Core (C#) API, React JS web app, React native mobile app all hosted on AWS!

We have a relaxed yet focused agile working environment, operating CI/CD Workflow with plenty of opportunity for self-development and learning new skills! And the best thing about being a start-up- no tedious legacy projects!

If you’re not sold on that we also have an office dog, swanky Norwich HQ, breakfast club and beanbag chairs! What more could you want?

If you’re up to the challenge, then we want to hear from you. Send a CV to jobs@pickr.works and tell us why you’d be a great addition to our Development team!


Pickr and Openreach join forces

Pickr and Openreach join forces

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