You don’t need to be a ‘techie’ to work in IT

April 4, 2016

Mick Keeble, head of managed services at Perfect Image, explains why you don’t have to be a tech aficionado to enjoy a successful career in the sector

When you go to bed on a Sunday evening, do get that sinking feeling in the pit of your stomach, knowing you have to go to work tomorrow? Luckily, for the team at Perfect Image, we believe this is rarely the case.

The result of our last staff satisfaction survey revealed that 98 per cent of our workforce said they were proud to work for Perfect Image.
Why? Because we really value our people. We have a strong focus on recruiting, retaining and developing our team, so that we’re in the best position possible to help our clients achieve business benefits through the intelligent use of IT.
We want to work with people who are dedicated to delivering exceptional customer service and who also value the importance of teamwork – so people are at the centre of all that we do. We have a strong emphasis on working together and it is crucial for everyone to feel that they can fit in and be part of the overall organisation.
You don’t even need to be ‘techie’ to enjoy a rewarding career here; the company offers roles from business development and account management to software development and service desk engineers.
The work we do is varied and challenging but, ultimately, very rewarding. Not to mention we get to test and trial the very latest technology on the market and have a bit of fun with our team mates, too.
We’re currently recruiting for a number of different roles across the business, so if you’re interested, get in touch.


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