We're with you
If you’re tuned in to the way people think, you’re human. If you make mistakes sometimes but keep trying, you’re human. If you love making connections and building a team, you're human. If you understand what customers want and are committed to making it happen, you're human.
We've just moved our London HQ to the Soapworks in Salford and built a state-of-the-art workplace for people who stand for something to work together. It’s fast and focused and its where opportunities are created.
We’re for everyone. We’re with you.
Your kind of workplace
We are a challenger brand working to make connectivity affordable for Britain. We’re on a mission to bring simple, affordable, reliable and fair connectivity to everyone. We need great people who can help us to out-think our competition and make a difference. Here, you’ll work with your colleagues on new ideas that will make us more effective and make our customers happy. You’ll challenge the status quo and help us to change things for the better for good. You’ll be able to be yourself at work and you’ll be supported to give your all.
But that’s just the beginning. Add flexible working, great benefits like enhanced Maternity and Paternity and even your birthday off, plus, there’s no dress code, monthly socials, and a really cool office space. All in all, it’s one of the UK’s great places to work.
Come and meet us and see for yourself. We’re 100% your kind of workplace.
Let's talk flexibility
We all lead different lives and like to work differently. Here at TalkTalk we want you to do your best work, wherever and whenever that may be, so when you join us, we’ll try to give you all the tools and support you need to work flexibly. Whether its working from home or starting your day later and finishing later so you can take the kids to school. If it matters to you, we’ll see if we can make it happen. After all, we’re human, too.
Check whether any of our current roles are a match for your skills and experience, and apply right now.
Soapworks is more than a building. It marks a new chapter in TalkTalk – a modern, collaborative, 'next gen' TalkTalk.