One team of design thinkers, business innovators, impact entrepreneurs and creative technologists imagining possibilities, developing concepts, shaping visions, prototyping strategies and launching digital ventures.

Life at Energized Work

From Crew Days to Brew Days there's never a dull moment around here. At Energized Work you're free to be yourself and strut your stuff in a way that suits you best. We put people first. Friendship is important to us and we like having a good time at work. We don't work 80-hour weeks, but we do create the remarkable. We like to collaborate, we love to laugh and we enjoy a cocktail. We don't have rock stars, primadonnas or office politics. We just have straightforward, caring people who are brilliant at what they do and want to make life a little brighter.


We currently only accept applications from people who are already eligible to work in the UK, as we're not in a position to provide or sponsor visas.


We don't have a specialist team to deal with recruiting. It’s just us. So we have four rules. Please read them carefully:

1. Only submit candidates via this jobs board.

2. Anonymous CVs or CVs without candidate contact details will be ignored. We want to communicate with candidates directly and we’ll cc you.

3. Please don't place unsolicited calls or send unsolicited email to anyone at Energized Work. If you do, we won't work with you or your agency. If you must send email, send it to

4. If we don’t answer that means we're not interested. So please don’t chase us.

Thank you for your cooperation.

  • Patrick Bartley

    Product Wrangler

    “ Energized Work is completely different from any other tech company I’ve worked at. Technically brilliant, business savvy and brutally honest. It's also the best disguised brewing club in London. ”

  • Jeff Home

    Creative Technologist

    “ I love Energized Work because I'm surrounded by engaged and genuinely interesting technology professionals dedicated to the same work-life balance as I. ”

  • Yoav Aviram


    “ Energized Work isn't a ladder. It isn’t a waterfall, nor a silo. It's not about resources, titles or timekeeping. It's the antidote. ”