Sky Technology Leeds

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Welcome! We've launched a new, world-class tech hub in Leeds; and want you to be part of it.

New team, new opportunities
Sky is Europe’s leading entertainment company, serving 21 million customers across 5 countries. Our people deliver the best and broadest range of content, market-leading customer service and innovative technology.
We’re creating 400 new roles in Leeds and offering skilled people like you, a unique opportunity to help shape our award-winning digital products. These roles are focused on developing Sky’s next generation of websites and apps across our services, and will reach millions of customers.
What's it like to work at Sky?
We’re customer focused: Our teams work to an Agile product delivery methodology and have a clear focus on satisfying the end-users’ needs through a combination of Scrum and Kanban processes.
Start-up feel: Our new teams have a real start-up feel and there’s loads of room for development
A world-class technology facility
Our new technology hub is modern, spacious and incredibly creative. The perfect environment for developing our next generation of pioneering websites and apps. It’s in a great location too, sitting along the River Aire in a lively community with all the amenities you could ask for.
We’re committed to providing great rewards to the people who drive our success, and that’s not just with a competitive salary and generous annual leave. You’ll also benefit from:
- A free Sky+ HD premium package
- An excellent pension scheme
- Private health care and
- Share save scheme
There’s a vast range of other benefits too that you can tailor around your personal needs.
Making the move to Leeds
Leeds is an attractive and vibrant location to work and live in. Here are a few reasons you’ll want to make the move.
Leeds consistently tops polls for quality of life, leisure and shopping, and came sixth in Moneysupermarket.com’s Quality of Living Scoring Index ahead of Manchester and Birmingham. It has become one of the UK’s largest business centres.
There’s less congestion. While other major cities saw congestion spiral out of control, Leeds, Bradford and Bristol were the only three cities that saw their annual levels of congestion go down.

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