We believe it’s a company’s employees that really make it stand out from the crowd, so we do all we can to make OCC a rewarding, fun and challenging place to work.
Each year, you are given a generous time and money budget to spend on training. Attend conferences, go to workshops, take some time to pursue a personal project or try out a technology – your choice.
Regular afternoon Show & Tell sessions give employees a chance to talk about projects they’re working on or technologies they’ve been using. These are followed by Q&A and lively discussion over cake.
One day a week, we select a conference video to watch and discuss over lunch. Topics range through development and user experience design to business and marketing.
We work 37.5 hours a week. Our core hours are 10am to 12pm and 2pm to 4pm.
Once you’ve been here a while, we’ll give you a substantial amount towards a bike of your choice. It’s not the bike to work scheme – no need to pay it back.
Find a book you’re interested in and we’ll get it for you if at least one other person is interested.
Every new employee is assigned a mentor, usually someone who's been here for a while. They’re there to chat with, ask questions, help out with problems and make sure you’re happy.
Every week we have a delivery of fresh fruit to help yourself to.
Company schemes so that you have security should you fall ill.
Our office is right in the city centre, fantastic for walking or biking to work, and handy for buses too. If you take the train in, the station is only a couple of minutes’ walk.
We’re big enough to take on large-scale, challenging projects but small enough to know everyone’s name – it’s a great place to be!
OCC is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
Please note that due to the nature of our work with local government clients we request a DBS (formerly CRB) check as part of our recruitment process.
We will not respond to recruitment agencies who are not on our preferred supplier list.
Oxford Computer Consultants (OCC) does not hold a sponsor licence from the British government and is unable to sponsor overseas applicants (outside the European Economic Area (EEA)) who require sponsorship to work in the UK.
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