Inspire. Connect. Grow. This is what working at Critical is all about.
Working at Critical Software will challenge and support you to grow and develop both personally and professionally. You'll be working with a diverse group of people, or should we say superheroes, who are experts at what they do; you'll learn from them and they'll learn from you.
Critical empowers you to make a difference not only in your work, but also in the communities around us and within the Critical family. We take pride in our charitable initiatives like Critical Fit, which converts our workout hours into donations, and in encouraging people to develop their own projects through FIKALAB, an innovation lab which gives you access to all kinds of gadgets.
We strengthen our bonds through many moments of fun and inspiration, with meditation workshops, dance classes, summer parties, marathons, team building activities, and even our own bands all playing their part in bringing us together! As well as this, we take every opportunity to open our doors to Critical’s extended family by hosting special event days for our kids and families.
We believe Critical works best when powered by the people around us.
Make the world a safer and better place. Just like real superheroes!
Every day we embrace new missions across industries as diverse as aerospace, space, defence, transport, telecoms, government, energy, finance and healthcare.
Our tech and the millions of lines of code we’ve written have affected the everyday lives of millions of people and we’ve been fortunate to create ground-breaking pieces of engineering that have taken us to places we’d never imagined going.
Meet some of our superheroes
Here you have the freedom to manage your team in a very humane way and the freedom to develop your career in the areas you feel strongest.
It’s a very positive thing, the opportunity to work on real projects and to feel that we are contributing to something great.
"We believe our people make us what we are. Their talent is what defines us and makes the difference."