Where we bring ideas to life

Gamma’s Technology function is the driving force behind the development of our new and exciting product and application innovations.

Our key focus is to provide straightforward cloud communication and collaboration services for businesses, which are underpinned by a secure and robust network.

To ensure that we’re successful, we put our customers at the heart of everything we do, enabling us to provide a great customer experience, whilst ensuring our customers can communicate in an ever-changing, digital world.

Ultimately, none of this would be possible without our amazing people, who all have a real desire and determination to bring ideas to life.

We have exciting and ambitious plans for the future, but we don’t just want to achieve our goals, we want to smash them, which is why we’re growing our Technology teams.


We’re always on the lookout for talented people to join our team.

If you have a passion for technology and want to be part of a team with pride and a connection to the work they do, then one of our technology roles may be for you.

Working cross-functionally across multiple areas of the business, it won’t be long before you feel like part of the Gamma family.

You’ll work with experts from various specialist areas to innovate, solve problems and design solutions, that will have a real impact on the overall success of the business.

If you enjoy working through problems and can connect with the value of the outcome, then we guarantee you’ll grow your skills, knowledge and experience as a result.

With access to great on-demand learning resources and a supportive team behind you,  there’s potential to flourish in whatever career path you follow.

” There’s a hunger for getting things done and making things better, but with a supportive and passionate community behind it..”

UX Designer, Gamma

Life at Gamma

Charlotte - Business Analyst

What do you do at Gamma?

I am a business analyst at Gamma and I work within our UCaaS value stream within Technology. I work very closely with the operations teams to ensure that as a result of the project I am working on, all of their requirements are captured and prioritised (if necessary), training is in place and they have full awareness of the product and the features that are being developed. I also work closely with the development and engineering teams to ensure requirements are captured, understood and delivered.

What’s the culture like in Technology?

The culture within Technology is a very much ‘everyone works together’ culture. I work both on my own and also with lots of other people on a daily basis, but everyone is always on hand if I need anything (even to answer my silly questions!). We have an informal way of working. Each day is different and ad hoc meetings could happen at the drop of hat, but Technology accommodates this, the people are super nice and the culture that has been built is as a result of the people.

What skills/knowledge have you developed since joining Gamma?

I have built up my knowledge and skills on agile ways of working, my knowledge on UCaaS has vastly increased since joining Gamma and I have also built up my skills in terms of working remotely – it really is possible to have online workshops that you always previously thought needed to be done face to face – and do them well.

What aspects of your role do you find most rewarding?

Working with all areas of the business on a daily basis.
When operational teams provide feedback/requirements as a result of engaging with them early on in the project, which results in a product being delivered that has had input by all areas of the business. I also really like providing demos to the business of requirements/feedback that we have taken on board. They can then see that we’re all working together to deliver an amazing product.

How empowered do you feel in your role?

I feel very empowered within my role. I am able to work in my own style, make my own decisions and bounce ideas off other people/teams in order to meet the goals, without being told how I need to do it – this is a refreshing change for me as I worked places in the past where this wasn’t the case.

What are the next steps for you in terms of your career at Gamma?

To continue learning more about our products in terms of the technical side and maintain and continue to build the great working relationships with the operational teams that I thrive on.

Business Analyst, Gamma

Martin - Lead Software Engineer

What do you do at Gamma?  

I’m a lead software engineer. I head up a team of 6 developers working on APIs and UIs for one of Gamma products. I work closely with business analysts and our product owner to translate requirements into development tasks. I work with solutions architects to design the architecture for the software that we build. I also actively work on development tasks, coding new features, investigating bugs and writing automated tests. I also support my team, and often other more junior engineers on Gamma’s systems and technologies.

Why did you choose to be a software engineer?

Coding has always been a hobby of mine, it’s what motivated me to read computing at university. I’ve always enjoyed learning and working with new technologies – just to discover what’s possible. I’m fortunate in that these elements are all part of my role at Gamma. Whilst my role has evolved over the years and now incorporates more analysis, design and architecture – I’ve found this to be just as enjoyable as writing code.

What’s been your greatest achievement so far?

I’ve been fortunate to work on many of Gamma’s products from the first line of code to their release. It’s always a great sense of accomplishment when customers begin using it for the first time as it is often the culmination of many months of work. A few years ago I worked with several others, redesigning and modernising the user interface for our wholesale web portal. Not only was it gratifying to bring it up-to-date but after launching, we got positive feedback from many users which is very rewarding.

What type(s) of challenges do you face on a regular basis and how do you work through them?

We work in a very agile way and frequently things will change completely. It can sometimes be a bit frustrating but that is often the nature of software engineering. It can be challenging to keep on top of changing requirements, particularly when wanting to build a clean and well-structured codebase, but we work in a highly collaborative way so that myself and the development team are always aware that changes are happening, and having a diligent development team who take as much pride in their code as I do, means that we’re able to assimilate changes without compromising the quality of our codebase.

How would you describe your team?

I thoroughly enjoy working with my team – they’re not just excellent engineers, they’re excellent people. We often have a laugh whilst working together and I wouldn’t have it any other way.

What would you say to anyone thinking of applying for a role at Gamma but aren’t quite sure yet?

Gamma is in the middle of a technological transformation. We’re working to modernise a lot of our technologies and processes. There’s a lot of new “green-field” development underway and an excellent opportunity to get stuck into something brand new and in some cases – cutting edge.

What’s next for you in your career?

Fortunately, moving up into management isn’t the only option I have. I don’t want to move to an exclusive management role, I want to continue working in a role that still allows me to write code – because that’s what I enjoy most. I’m focusing on improving my skills with the new technologies that we’re adopting and hoping to progress onto a principal engineer or technical architect in the future.

Lead Software Engineer, Gamma

Alex - UX Designer

What do you do at Gamma?

I’m a UX designer at Gamma, meaning I research, design and test prototypes of our products. This allows us to get feedback and make sure we’re making useful and enjoyable services for our customers.

What excites you about your role?

The most exciting thing about my role is that UX is a moving target. There are always things to improve and new challenges that arise out of changes in the way people interact with digital technology. In this role at Gamma I have had the chance to get stuck into many different areas of UX, including research studies, app design, iconography, writing, and a lot more.

What’s the most challenging aspects of your role?

For me one of the overall challenges has been the level of autonomy over the projects I work with. In roles at other companies, it has felt like I was part of a production line. Coming to UX within Gamma was a shift towards taking more control over where I apply my time and skills, which ultimately leads to a better UX output, but getting used to steering my own ship took some getting used to.

What’s been your biggest achievement to date?

Alongside a few close colleagues, we set up a brand new help-centre to provide ancillary support for one of our call products, PhoneLine+. Although we will be continuing to improve, update and monitor the site, I’m proud of what we were able to achieve within a limited timescale before launch.

How flexible is the working environment?

I’ve found Gamma very flexible in terms of getting things done on a schedule which suits me best, but also in terms of getting access to what I need. My role is inherently pretty flexible in that I need to be able to shift gears and wear different hats according to the needs of my project.

How does Gamma compare to other work experiences?

For me, the most important things in a business are drive and culture. I’ve worked in environments with big ambitions, but terrible internal politics and attitude – and I’ve worked in places with a fantastic culture, but where it’s impossible to get improvements out of the door.
So far my experience with Gamma has been the best of both worlds. There’s a hunger for getting things done and making things better, but with a supportive and passionate community behind it.

How do you keep yourself upskilled in the latest UX trends and technology?

UX moves fast! So I’ve got a few ways I keep on top of things. Number one is networking, I can always rely on past and present colleagues to spill the gossip about a juicy new trend or UX tool. Secondly, email newsletters (e.g. UX cc) are really handy for keeping an eye on what people are talking about.
Lastly, when it comes to more in-depth learning I’m a huge fan of video classes. I like LinkedIn Learning, Udemy, Skillshare,and even YouTube. I’ve always got a long list of bookmarked courses, and there are many I find myself returning to for a refresher after a few years.

UX Designer, Gamma

Mark - UCaaS Engineering Manager

What do you do at Gamma?

I am the UCaaS engineering manager. I manage a team of engineers who are responsible for bringing alive all things unified communications as a service or UCaaS related (you can see why they opted to abbreviate it!).

These include services such as:

  • Telephony
  • Instant messaging and presence
  • Meetings (audio and video conferencing)
  • Screen sharing
  • Mobile

My team and I generally focus more on the server/cloud components of these solutions, with the actual clients that consume these services being developed by the software development team. We have to collaborate very closely with this team as the front end cannot exist without the backend and vice versa.

What excites you most about your role?

UCaaS is something that is being consumed more and more every day by different industries given the recent rise of the working from home trend. These UCaaS tools enable people to do their jobs, in fact in a lot of cases, without tools to collaborate, it would make some jobs near impossible to carry out remotely.

So the fact that the decisions I make go onto influence the design and implementation of these solutions really gives me a good reason to be enthusiastic when I power up my laptop every day.

There’s probably a joke about ‘with great power comes great responsibility in there somewhere, but don’t worry, I’ve never been one for being a villain.

What type(s) of challenges do you face on a regular basis and how do you work through them?

Given the nature of my role, the majority of the challenges that I face are of the technical variety. But as they are technical problems, there are always logical solutions since software and hardware all abide by a set of specific rules and instructions (fortunately machines have not yet developed human emotions, not yet anyway).

This means that you can tackle a problem simply by examining the evidence and tracing the issue to its origin. Then it’s just a case of thinking ‘okay, this is a problem with X, how can I change X’s behaviour? What impacts would changing X’s behaviour have on the overall solution?’ then picking the most elegant, non-intrusive option.

How do you keep yourself up to speed with the latest technologies?

I am subscribed to various google groups, message boards and Github repositories. We also have a team of technical architects whose job is to look far into the future, so they also often forward me drafts of upcoming RFC’s which they think could be relevant.

You haven’t lived until you’ve read an RFC!

What’s the culture like within your team?

In Engineering we try to promote a friendly, approachable culture that promotes an atmosphere where there are no stupid questions, just the sharing of knowledge.  We also believe in autonomy, where engineers are trusted to get the job done, with their activities not being micromanaged and nobody looking over their shoulder.

UCaaS Engineering Manager, Gamma

Rachael - UX Designer

What do you do at Gamma?

I’m the UX design & researcher at Gamma. I am responsible for conducting research for all of our products, listening to customer feedback and translating their needs and wants into useful and usable products that they enjoy using.

What do you enjoy most about your role?

I love the variety of work and that no two days are the same.

What has been your biggest challenge?

Joining Gamma during the Covid-19 lockdowns and having moved from London to Manchester. I thought would be a challenge to make friends and connections, however it’s been quite the opposite. Everyone is friendly and always willing to help out.

Gamma also provided great ways for us all to stay in touch during the lockdown by adding in virtual coffee breaks, mental health talks, exercise classes and these activities have continued throughout.

How easy has it been to fit into the culture within Technology?

It’s a great culture and working environment at Gamma.
There is almost a start-up feel to the company with flexible working combined with the corporate stability and benefits, it’s the best of both worlds. It’s a great place to work, where the company really cares about the individuals.

UX Designer, Gamma

Technology Graduate Programme

We are super excited to announce the launch of our new Technology Graduate Programme at Gamma.    If you would like to find out more, please click here or on the image below.   Please note – applications for 2022 are now closed.