working at rpc uk
At rpc, we pride ourselves on achieving the perfect mix: a list of renowned clients, tough-as-nails project management and a workplace that feels like a startup. We care about our team and working in a positive atmosphere. Throw in flat hierarchies, real and honest communication, flexible hours and countless amazing projects across a wide range of sectors and you’ll find we have a lot to offer. Discover what else makes rpc a great place to work!
What our employees have to say
Curious about what working at rpc is really like? We asked some of our colleagues to share their first-hand experiences.
Senior Manager Data Analytics
“We generate value from data! As a data analytics manager, I am able to work on a variety of challenging topics that allow me to grow and to balance my life as a mom. I highly appreciate our transversal exchange with passionate people from different backgrounds.”
Manager Retail Performance
“At rpc, I’m able to pursue my passion of creating wonderful digital customer experiences in automotive retail. From day one, I found an attractive international working environment that can hardly be surpassed in terms of corporate culture, leadership mentality and team spirit.”
Transformation & Change Line Manager
“We bring change management to life! rpc recognises and appreciates our engagement and gives back by flexibly accommodating our personal requests and needs. As a mother and team lead, here I am able to have a career and a family.”
What to expect when you apply
Send us your application
You can either apply for a specific opening or send us an unsolicited application through our online tool. We’ll send you a confirmation email on receiving your application.
Review phase and feedback
Our recruiters review your CV (mandatory), cover letter and other materials (optional) and consult with the relevant departments. We strive to provide prompt feedback within 14 days.
Next, one of our recruiters schedules a brief 20 to 30-minute call to get a feel for your current situation and future goals. We also use this time to clarify any questions you may have, as well as your earliest possible starting date and salary expectations.
First in-person interview
If the phone interview goes well, we invite you to meet us in person. This one-hour interview is usually conducted by peers from the relevant department and/or colleagues from HR. At this stage, we mainly want to see how you would fit into the team, but we’ll probably talk a little business, too.
Now is the time when you will most likely meet our management, if you have not already. This in-depth conversation (60 to 90 minutes) is about identifying your experience and strengths in order to find the perfect role for you. Be prepared to ask us any questions you may have.
Hurray – you’re on the team!
If both sides come to a positive assessment, we look forward to sending you an offer. With a little luck, we can welcome you as a new team member in the near future.