Career Opportunities

Join the Arkivum team

All our vacancies will be posted on here and on our social media channels, but if you are looking to join an exciting innovative technology business and would like to share your skills and experience with us in order to be considered for a future opportunity we may have at Arkivum then please do send us your CV to  hello@arkivum.com  or contact us via the form below.

We look forward to hearing from you.

 

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Java Developer

We are seeking talented and self-motivated Java Software Engineers at all levels to join a fast-growing Agile development team on an exciting new project based in our Reading offices. The project involves implementing a continuous delivery platform that will enable us to respond to the high volume and rapidly changing archiving needs of our customers in regulated markets such as finance and life sciences.

To apply please email your CV to:

Sinéad McKeown – VP Global Product Management
Email: sinead.mckeown@arkivum.com

QA Lead

We are seeking a talented and self-motivated QA Lead to join a fast-growing Agile development team on an exciting new project based in our Reading offices. The project involves implementing a continuous delivery platform that will enable us to respond to the high volume and rapidly changing archiving needs of our customers in regulated markets such as finance and life sciences.

To apply please email your CV to:

Sinéad McKeown – VP Global Product Management
Email: sinead.mckeown@arkivum.com

Talk to us

To find out more about our solutions and to start securing your data today and for the future, please call us on +44 (0)1249 405060 or +1 617 306 4563, send us an email at hello@arkivum.com or complete the Contact Form below and we will follow-up with you directly.

Latest Articles

Welcome to the Digital Preservation Laundrette!

As published on the Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) blog page Written by Arkivum CTO Dr Matthew Addis This blog post is both a demonstration of how to extensively torture a metaphor if you try hard enough, which I certainly want to do from time to time, and a...

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