Our vision is to be the go-to partner for Cloud Transformation and we are looking for more like-minded people to join the Amido team
It’s important that our consultants own their individual relationships with clients. We want them to shape the nature of the engagements so whilst we look for people who are technically brilliant, individual initiative and business acumen are essential.
We’re continuously growing and are always looking for excellent people, click below for a full list of vacancies.
Company Day: An Afternoon of Stop Motion
Company day saw the Amido staff down tools for the afternoon to try their hand at stop motion with each team tasked with creating a TV advert to promote Amido using only Lego. After careful consideration our panel of judges selected a worthy winner, we interviewed the winning team to hear how they did it!
Tech we use
As a technology agnostic consultancy, our team get the chance to work with all different types of technology and solution providers. This is just a handful.
How does that saying go? Work hard, play hard! From table football and office nerf wars, to company ski trips and triathlon challenges, we have the work/life balance down to a T…
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Our Benefits Package
Amido benefits include:
- 27 days annual leave
- Performance bonus
- Private medical insurance
- Life assurance
- 1:1 financial planning
- £2k training budget
- Company Pension
- Season ticket loan
- Flexible working
- Cycle to work scheme
- Childcare vouchers
At Amido we recently made the decision to donate any referral money that we get from our technology partners to a nominated charity. In our case this is the Willow Foundation, an organisation that provides once in a lifetime experiences to seriously and terminally ill adults aged 16 to 40.
As part of the Amido Corporate Social Responsibility programme, we have partnered with the Haller Foundation, a charity dedicated to helping Kenyan communities and ecosystems thrive.
We ran a hackathon which saw the Amido employees split into teams with two hours to pull together, and then pitch to a panel of Haller judges, a proposal for a new app which would help farmers in Kenya grow and trade their produce.