Live to work or work to live?

Working Life: The INT6 Way

Want to work from home or from remote locations?
Want to work part-time, freelance or weird hours?
Holidays? Just tell us how many you need...

Culture of Excellence

You will be empowered to deliver an absolutely superb product or service.
Why? Because life is so much better when your clients say:
"Wow, thank you! This is amazing!".

Skills, Abilities and Personas

Web Developer

Working on a classic LAMP stack you will use PHP, MySQL, HTML5, CSS3, D3 and JavaScript to build amazing tools, systems and applications.

Systems Administrator

You will work closely with the "front-end guys" to secure, tune, optimise and maintain the servers and databases used to deliver technically complex applications.

Technical Architect

Working with our clients you will design and create solutions; create detailed design specifications and be the business face of the technical team.

Training and Support

You will support and look after our clients. You will have enough technical know-how to understand the issues but this is all about customer care and communication. You will ensure our clients receive the best possible experience.

Module and API Developer

Typically using PHP, you will create robust, reusable and efficient modules and APIs for use within our core systems.

Graphics and User Experience Designer

In this challenging role, you will create engaging graphics and design how people interact with our software.

Let's have a conversation...

We are looking for extremely talented and self-motivated people.

You'll find we do things differently. You won't find a list of predefined jobs specifications as we believe these can restrict and pigeonhole. The job outlines defined above are only there to get the conversation started. For the right person, we are willing to take the time to tailor a position around your talents, your preferences and your personal life.

When you are ready to have that conversation send us your CV, making sure to tell us all about your perfect role.