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At Contino, you’ll be joining a team of people who love a challenge.
You’ll aspire to make a real difference while delivering cutting-edge transformation projects.
What's Life Like at Contino?
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Our Story So Far
Founded in 2014.
Grown to 500 global employees.
Over 500 successful transformation projects.
Global engineering team of over 250 with over 650 certifications.
Strategic Partnerships with AWS, Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure.
How We Work
We’re big on collaboration. So when it comes to our work, we operate a little differently.
For every engagement we put a unique team together made up of sales, delivery, people, talent, finance and marketing.
We call this our Squad Model. This means everyone makes an impact and you’ll be part of the team from day one.
It’s not just about the day to day. There are loads of ways you can get involved in life at Contino.
- Generous training budget: keep developing your skill set
- Active global engineering community: get involved in our wide range of global technology practices
- Share your voice: contribute to webinars, events, blogs and white papers!
- Shape the future of the business across workshops and sharing sessions
Hear from Our Team
Hear what it's like to work at Contino straight from some of our team :)
Get to Know: PeopleOps
Hear from Ailish and Kyle on life at Contino
HR Manager (US)
Get to Know: Account Principals
Hear from Sam and Ruchir, both Account Principals at Contino
Get to Know: Principal Consultants
Find out how we help customers with Himanshu and Neil
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