The success of Adaptive Lab is entirely dependent on those who work here today and on those we attract to our company in the future.
We're building the kind of company we've always wanted to work at: a great environment that is stimulating and fun, where all ideas - from those of the founder to the newest starter - are considered equal and where talent is nurtured and flourishes.
What makes a good team member at Adaptive Lab?
You will be a creative thinker who is ambitious, curious, passionate and adaptable. You will enjoy collaboration, problem solving and not be afraid to fail. You will have a taste for innovation and have skills that make you a T-shaped - or even Pi-shaped - person.
Learning and development at Adaptive Lab
We place the utmost importance on learning and development. To put it simply, without investing in our people we wouldn’t retain or attract top talent at the rate in which we do, we wouldn’t uphold our promise of delivering cutting edge innovative thinking, products and services to our clients, and we wouldn’t remain as market competitive. From thorough onboarding to actionable development plans and active mentoring, we encourage ALabbers to speak about how they would like to develop regularly. To support this we have put in place measures to ensure we take the time to develop what truly matters to us and to make it easier to share our learning with one another. This includes post-Friday lunch demos, retrospectives, our Ideas inbox, blog post writing and regular Slack chat. We make sure time is scheduled for extracurricular projects, and an individual training budget is allocated to buy tickets for events, attend classes or read interesting books.
We take having fun seriously (who else would create an app for their Christmas treasure hunt?). From local cinema takeovers and day trips to the country, to anything goes Friday office beers, we place great value on staying connected outside of busy client work. We also want to ensure we recognise each other, our work and our contributions to the team. We tell each other how great we all are each month by voting for the Adaptive Labber of the Month (awww) and even organise the occasional love bomb retro to really turn up the heat and get us all red in the face.
We have a great multi-disciplinary team but we're always looking for smart people, ones who feel most comfortable when slightly out of their depth, to join our family. Our approach to hiring is not limited just to recruiting for vacant posts. We are constantly interested in hearing from strategists, service designers, product managers, designers, developers and other brilliant and curious people who can become part of our extended family. firstname.lastname@example.org