About The Chemistry Group
We’re a technology-powered management consultancy, who believe great people are the most important part of every business. We know one size doesn’t fit all, so we always find ‘What Great Looks Like’ for each organisation and every role we work with. Then we use our technology to find and develop great people.
And we’re on an incredible journey. Last year we opened our first US office in California, we doubled our revenue, and doubled in size. This year we plan to beat that!
Which is where you come in...
Chemistry is filled with talented and interesting people. We’ve come from all kinds of different backgrounds to work on what we believe in: Giving everybody the opportunity to be brilliant. We work incredibly hard at what we do, and constantly develop ourselves. But don’t worry, our culture is fun and fascinating.
Once you’re with Chemistry, you’ll wonder why every business doesn’t have a nutritionist providing lunch every day, you’ll scratch your head about how a suit and tie relate to performance in any way, and you’ll question how you ever got through the day without 90’s hip-hop blaring in the background.
Our kitchen is packed with healthy food and drinks to keep us sharp.
We do have fun too. Whether that’s Friday drinks, the annual trip to Royal Ascot, or even the odd company ski trip, you’ll be seeing an awful lot of us if you join Chemistry.
We may still have all the buzz of a start-up but our client roster includes huge companies like Vodafone, Experian, Lloyds, Primark, SAP, and Diageo. And we’ve worked with those guys in every unfrozen continent on the planet, so if you’re looking for experience working with some big names we’re the place for you.
But we don’t just work with big corporates: We believe everyone should have an opportunity to be brilliant. That’s why we work with Help for Heroes to help wounded veterans, it’s why we work with IndiGo Volunteers on projects across India and Africa, it’s why we help Reading FC’s academy find future premier league stars, and it’s why we help the NHS find the staff who can deliver great care to patients.
Our intent is to give people the opportunity to be brilliant at work and you really do need to believe in that to work here. There’ll be times when you’ll have to work long hours and projects where you might tear the odd hair out but, at the end of them, you’ll always know you gave people that opportunity and made some peoples’ lives that little bit better.
The only way we can do this is by being brilliant ourselves.
And this is what that means for you.