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What is it that makes iPipeline unique?

At iPipeline, we believe in an enthusiastic atmosphere, to encourage innovation, depend on creativity, and strive for success. We value our employees and understand that our continued success as a company relies heavily on the success of each individual. 

We're hiring across the company from developers, to customer service advisers, to analysts and more - we are expanding quickly and looking for top talent. If you're interested in any of our vacancies, please email Helen Jones for Cheltenham vacancies: and Alison Streek for Bromley vacancies:


Current Vacancies

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If you're interested in any of our current vacancies, please email Helen Jones for Cheltenham vacancies: and Alison Streek for Bromley vacancies:

It's not just about the Dough - iPipeline Benefits for all to enjoy

What it's like to work here

At iPipeline, it’s really not all about the dough and we work hard to make it a socially, culturally and developmentally rewarding place to work. What better way to convey the benefits of working here than through the medium of pizza!

Our people are passionate, motivated, innovative and work as a close-knit team in our open plan offices in Cheltenham and Bromley. We focus on listening so that we can continually improve how we operate.

An award-winning company

Voted ‘Best Place to Work in Gloucestershire’ at the Gloucestershire Business Awards for 3 years running (2015, 2016 and 2017), we must be doing something right! If you are looking for a new and exciting opportunity with a company that will really value you as an individual, please go ahead and get in touch.

Craig Broadman, Principal Developer

"I’ve been working at iPipeline for just over 3 years, in that time progressing from Senior Developer to Team Lead to Principal Developer.

"When I first joined we were primarily focused on Microsoft technologies and had only just started using AngularJs but it’s a fluid environment with lots of opportunity for change here. We are now emerging into a broad range of disciples including Git, Microservices, .NET Core, Angular CLI and NoSql. We love automation and have a real drive to deliver value faster. Our DevOps culture is evolving throughout the business and process changes are continual. Each and every day that I come to work there is a new challenge and there is a constant focus on improvement.

"One of my favourite days of the year is our 'Hackathon' event. Last year I helped arrange two and rather than a typical development event we open this up to the whole company. Members of staff submit ideas for enhancements to our products and we build cross-functional teams with everyone from sales to customer support getting stuck in. Each team has their own identity and last year we used banners and balloons (and of course pizza) as added motivation! Judging was provided by the Executive team in the style of 'Strictly Come Dancing' with prizes handed out along the way"

James Fletcher, DevOps Automation Engineer

"I've been working with iPipeline for over 2 years now and can safely say that it is truly the best place I’ve had the privilege to work for! I never feel that dreaded Monday morning blues because I am genuinely excited about turning up at work and spending the day with my friends, not just colleagues. The whole company strives towards their core values, unlike other companies who often promote them but never truly put an action plan in place, a great example of this is the new culture change initiative which took place last year where staff from across the UK and US offices pooled together to come up with new innovative ideas to help improve the workplace even more.

"The office is always a fun and energetic environment and despite many staff members having worked at the company for over 10 years it still has the buzz and excitement of a start-up company because everyone is so passionate about what they're doing each and every day. Although I have only been here a short time I have been given the chance to work closely with teams throughout the business and develop my career in a direction I had never even considered, the company has been the place where I have discovered what it is I want to do with my career and I can confidently say that I know iPipeline and the staff here will be behind me every step of the way."

Charlotte Harrison, Junior Product Manager

"iPipeline has a great atmosphere. It’s a place where there are plenty of opportunities to develop skills and try something new. For example, we have ‘Pizza Sessions’ which allow people to expand their own skill base or learn something completely different, from technical knowledge to public speaking. These are held after work, led by one of the team and the company provides the fuel to keep us going (Pizza!).

"Having been at iPipeline for just over a year, I have already had the chance to progress to a completely new role which has been really exciting. This is a big step in growing my career and I have been given a clear development path. My manager was incredibly supportive, and iPipeline provides an environment where you feel valued and actually get recognition for your work. For me this openness to moving upwards and the level of encouragement you get is a key part of why I enjoy working here so much and look forward to taking my next steps at iPipeline. Not only are there plenty of opportunities in the workplace but there are also loads of social activities to get involved with such as bridge club, lunchtime games, tennis and football."

Chris Makgill, Technology Services Engineer

"Compared to previous organisations I have worked for, iPipeline is more than just a breath of fresh air, it’s a company I can happily see myself moving forward with for the next decade. From day one the company’s objective for me as a new member was integration, ensuring I got to know each department head, what each department does and how the company works as a whole.

"A monthly meeting for all staff is held to provide a full company update on client & team progress as well as recognising individual achievements (Completion of Charity Marathons, acquiring Qualification/Certifications etc.). Then, a quarterly update is held is held to recognise these achievements on a global scale (US branches as well as here in the UK).

"We have an entertaining poster dubbed 'It’s not just about the Dough' which well represents the many benefits iPipeline has to offer through the imagery of Pizza (because who doesn’t like pizza?) from free fruit for our wellbeing, to the MD taking turns with the company parking spaces there is such an excellent, welcoming community spirit to the company which, in turn, rolls out to all the teams."