We want to be a recognised employer brand people want to work with and for.

The success of Eleco is underpinned by the hard work of our employees. We believe in a culture of collaboration and trust, ensuring that our employees feel valued. We provide a safe and healthy working environment where staff are empowered to develop their skills and reach their full potential while contributing to our international goals. We have a wide range of cultures, personalities, skills and experience represented within our team, which combined help us to continuously innovate in the market and expand our offer.

With a geographical footprint in seven countries and a 250+ strong team, over the past 125 years, we have continually moved ahead of the market, nurturing long-standing customer relationships to provide dependable, scalable digital solutions.

Our group office is in London with product and service centres across the UK, Sweden, Germany, the Netherlands, Romania and the USA. Take a look at our latest positions below or get in touch with our careers team to discuss opportunities.

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To solve the challenges of the built environment through digital transformation


To provide best-of-breed software to companies in the built environment


To create certainty for the built environment

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Eleco aims to be an equal opportunities employer and we are determined to ensure that no applicant or employee receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of gender, age, disability, religion, belief, sexual orientation, marital status, or race, or is disadvantaged by conditions or requirements which cannot be shown to be justifiable.


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Values and culture

The culture of our business is paramount to the successful delivery of our strategy and strategic objectives. The foundation of a good culture are its shared cultural values and associated behaviours: our cultural values (what we see) are derived from our brand values (what the customer sees) and they have been translated into a set of behaviours. This “behavioural framework” gives us a shared vision which acts as a navigation tool for our daily interactions and clearly outlines our expectations of each other.

Brand values and corresponding cultural values


Work life balance

Remote working, role dependent

Life assurance

Holiday above statutory

Technology benefit

Mobile phone/laptop

Paid training and development

Employee Assistance Programme

On a really good day, what do you love about your job?

What I like most about my work, is to have customer contacts of various kinds. It can be about helping a customer with a tricky support question, demonstrating a software, discussing service assignments with a customer, etc. After all, it is the customers who make sure that we have a meaningful everyday life … But, one must not forget the importance of having good co-workers. Not just the people in our department, but everyone in the company. After all, we spend a large part of the day’s hours together …

Helping customers. This could include helping a potential customer choose and buy one of our software products or helping a customer resolve any software issues. If I receive positive feedback from a customer because they are happy with our software or service, then this makes me happy.

Again, in almost 6 years I have been one of few resources in the US. I love the fact that the company has such trust and belief in me and my skills to be such a voice and presence for them, especially as a female in the industry. I feel respected and relied upon and even though I am often here on my own, I feel that the company does a good job of making me feel a part of it and included.

To be of importance for our customers in serving them with our knowledge and solve their problems or give them good advice.

I enjoy problem solving – it’s a wonderful feeling to be able to suggest and produce effective resolutions for issues and requests.

When one of my team gets praised by a customer. This means they’re doing a great job which in turn it means I’m doing a good job.

Acknowledgement and validation of my designs from colleagues and external user groups, exhibiting not only my ability to successfully reshape the products but the chance to guide the teams to consider patterned design logic.

Find a customer problem and solve it in a fast and reliable way.

The people – I enjoy running payroll/pension and the interaction I have with staff

Our products are so vast and complex that and I enjoy the fact there is always something to learn. The rewards that come with problem solving, completing tasks and developing our products further is very satisfactory.

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