Mission: Our mission is to better humanity through software and help drive the creation of a socially and economically just world. We bring together the most capable, driven and passionate people - we call them ‘ThoughtWorkers’ - to:
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Our culture is very intentional. We hire for it, nurture it, check on it, and if something isn’t working, we fix it. Here’s what you’ll find in every ThoughtWorks office around the world:
Come by an office, meet us, and see it for yourself.
Tech for Social Good
As a global technology firm with social and economic justice at its very core, we are uniquely positioned to influence the impact of technology in the world.
"For me, the Social Justice pillar isn't just about doing work for good causes. It's also about looking at our core work and asking how it benefits society." - Martin Fowler, Chief Scientist, ThoughtWorks
ThoughtWorks is active in many movements around the world, and is always looking for collaborators that share our values. if you want to work with us, please get in touch! Some of our core initiatives include:
Our people often write about their experiences with and perspectives on social justice. You can read more here or on our Insights Channel.
With our open culture, flat structure, navigable size, and lack of “red tape,” you can shape your experience at ThoughtWorks and create all kinds of opportunities to learn, share and lead. We also provide lots of opportunities, from year-long intensive leadership development programs to casual in-office tech talks.
Programs and benefits may vary by region, but in general you can:
We will support you and see that you have the resources you need to enrich your own personal journey at ThoughtWorks.
Whether you know exactly what role you’re looking for, or you’re not quite sure, but ThoughtWorks seems like a pretty cool place to work, talk to us! Our recruiters are happy to answer your questions and even connect you with other ThoughtWorkers in roles like the one you’re considering.
Explore our open jobs here on Glassdoor – or directly on our careers site to browse by region and apply.
Follow our Career Hacks blog for perspectives on careers in technology and at ThoughtWorks.
- opportunity to travel
- smart and talented coworkers
- real leaders and innovators of different software practices are born here.
- constantly pushes for better norms in the software industry
- not as competitive pay
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at ThoughtWorks in September 2014.
So I am set to graduate this upcoming May and I had received an email from a recruiter 2 weeks before the Fall semester of classes began about if I was still interested in working at ThoughtWorks seeing as they literally offered me full time as a sophomore but didn't realize I was a sophomore at the time looking for an internship, so I replied of course I am. So I was supplied with a programming assignment which had to be finished in a week, I believe. That assignment was a piece of cake that I finished in 3 days. During the second week of classes I received a call from a recruiter about the assignment that I completed and they were just so impressed with it that they wanted me to have a phone interview with them. So the day of the phone interview it went fine, or at least I thought it did. It was just like any other phone interview that I've had but I feel like I bit the dust when I really didn't have any questions to ask them and I asked a generic question about some of the projects that they work on and the process with being an associate consultant. I guess there is a such thing as doing too much research on the company that the questions you may have will get answered too early. I've never heard back from them since. That was back in September and now it is March, so I'll just assume I didn't get the offer.