A unique team, unique opportunities

At Fifth Step we're always looking for good people. Not just any good people though - we want people with a passion for helping companies meet their objectives, helping companies implement their vision and helping companies become the best that they can be.

To be one of these people, you'll have a high degree of passion, initiative and intelligence. And you're not just looking for ‘a job’, you're looking for a role that allows you to exercise your skills, your experience and your pursuit of excellence..

Is this you? If it is, then please email us your CV and tell us why you think working for Fifth Step would be right for us and for our clients.

Currently seeking…

If you have what it takes to fill any of the positions below, please e-mail your CV or resumé with a covering letter to:- careers@fifthstep.com

Project Managers

If you have experience of managing large change projects, implementing large computer systems in either enterprises or medium size companies, ideally using formal methodologies (e.g. PMI, Prince 2 or APM like SCRUM) and if you're looking for a role that challenges you every day, and allows you to deliver exciting projects to exciting clients then please email us your CV and tell us why you have the right qualities, skills and experience to work for Fifth Step.

Recruitment and employment agencies take note.

OK, like us, you're hardworking people with a job to do. But we would respectfully ask you to note that it is not our policy to use agencies for recruitment. So we don't accept speculative CVs from agencies. And any vacancies shown here are NOT open to being filled by agencies. Sorry.

The bottom line is, please don't send us a CV unless it's your own.

To be absolutely clear… Only CVs sent by individuals will be reviewed. Any unsolicited CVs received will be treated as the property of Fifth Step and ALL Terms & Conditions associated with the use of such CVs will be considered null and void.
ALL unsolicited phone calls regarding recruitment will be screened and rejected. You should not consider receiving an 'auto-reply' email or 'voicemail message' as solicitation.