We provide first-class equipment and a fantastic city centre office space Emily Coltman
Life at FreeAgent
At FreeAgent you’ll help shape what we work on and how we do it. You won’t be micro-managed or stuck in a rut and we value creativity, passion and kindness.
In the office you’ll be provided with the best kit including top-of-the-line Apple computers, Herman Miller desks and comfy Aeron chairs for your bum.
You’ll get a range of fantastic benefits such as a contributory pension, life assurance, private healthcare and income protection. But the rewards don’t end there - we’ll also brighten up your life with a great working culture, games and quiz nights and impromptu lunchtime table tennis/pool tournaments!
We know that no one works well on an empty stomach; there are free snacks, fresh fruit and hot and cold drinks available. We sit down together every Friday for a catered lunch, and cake is on offer pretty much all of the time (perhaps too often?). At the end of every week we get together for a show & tell of our work highlights with a well-earned beer, and we end our week on a high.
We work hard, but we believe in a healthy work-life balance and we’re a sociable bunch so there’s always something happening outside of work too.
There are more perks (like an annual conference budget, and a Slack channel devoted entirely to cats) but we'll leave the rest until you get here. We want people to do their best work here, and enjoy themselves while doing it.
FreeAgent is filled with intelligent people performing at the top of their gameAndy Stabler
Growing up in Texas, walking anywhere was rarely - if ever - an option. Here in Edinburgh, it's so easy to walk or bus across the city that I don't even miss having a car. Tamsin Ayre
Life in Edinburgh
Edinburgh has a solid reputation as a centre of innovation, and a thriving tech startup scene with plenty of meetups, but it’s also just a really cool place to live.
The city has a vibrant energy with lots of great shops, attractions, pubs and restaurants, but it’s wee enough to explore on foot.
Our world-famous Edinburgh Festival and Hogmanay celebrations attract people from around the world, and there are parks, greenery and mountains (no really!) slap bang in the middle of the city so there’s always somewhere to chill out and enjoy the year-round sunshine.
Ok, year-round sunshine might be pushing it, but seriously, what’s not to like?
Set to the backdrop of what's arguably the world's most beautiful city... well, it kind of speaks for itself.David Gauld