People are the lifeblood of our success. The people working for us are unusually passionate and enthusiastic about what they do. That’s because the ethos within our company is an open, friendly, honest, non-political environment, whilst always being responsive, flexible, committed and hardworking. In 2019 we were voted one of ‘The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For’ for the sixth time.
There are many good reasons to join Gamma. You’ll find we work in a relaxed environment with an emphasis on delivering the highest quality in everything we do, especially customer service, where we have a reputation far above our peers in the industry.
We also encourage our employees to suggest ideas or ways to improve and this allows the company to adapt accordingly. No wonder we’ve been voted one of the Sunday Times ‘Best Companies To Work For’ and have secured no less than 19 industry awards.
On top of that, we organise a number of company events during the year, such as a Christmas dinner and dance in a top hotel.
Charity Fund Raising is also very popular within the offices, including a regular MacMillan Cancer Trust bake-off.
We are currently on the lookout for talented professionals to join our growing business. Click on the job vacancies below to find out more about the role.
To apply for one of our current vacancies*, please click on the relevant “Apply” link below.
Recruitment agencies who are registered on our ‘Preferred Suppliers List’ and have agreed T&Cs with Gamma will be the only agencies we use. Gamma does not accept non PSL agency CVs.
Please do not forward speculative CVs to Gamma or any Gamma employee without prior authorisation from HR. Gamma will not pay any fees related to candidates that have been introduced by non PSL suppliers and Gamma do not accept agency terms and conditions.
*We are unable to employ anyone who doesn’t have the right to work in the UK. We are also unable to apply for work permits for individual jobs until all UK and European Economic Area employment sources have been exhausted. If you need any more information on this, please visit the UK government site.
In exceptional circumstances, if we’re unable to recruit within the UK/EEA, we will consider applying for work permits for highly specialised roles or hard-to-find skills when all other options are exhausted.