IT people leading IT people

At Netcompany, IT people lead IT people. This way, you can discuss technical challenges and solutions with your project manager and get frequent, relevant and detailed feedback on how to improve. This approach is unique to Netcompany and means you will have the optimal conditions for continuous development.
“I think it’s difficult to manage a field you don’t understand. If you don’t understand the technical complexity of an IT project, it is more difficult to be critical in terms of planning, activities and estimates. One of the worst things to happen in project management is unforeseen surprises. That’s why it is so important to be able to ask the right questions and give input to possible solutions.“ - Jonas Hansen, Manager - on why IT people should lead IT people
We promise a combination of career development, challenging day-to-day hands-on experience and dedicated support from highly-skilled IT professionals. Together, this ensures that your energy is spent on learning and improving on the specific skills you need in order to succeed and progress in your career.

"We have developed a unique career model based on experience and
insights in best practices combined
with education in the newest technologies and digital tools"

Lars Ulslev Johannesen

Group HR Director, Netcompany

We promise a combination of career development, challenging day-to-day
hands-on experience and dedicated support from highly-skilled IT professionals.

Long-term mentoring 

Every Netcompany employee is assigned a personal mentor — someone you can talk to about your development plan and career goals. The mentor/mentee-relationship is long-term and provides a real-life visualisation of the career opportunities that lie ahead. With a mentor, continuous professional development is assured — even if you move teams, to different projects, and end up working with different project managers as a result.

“Being a mentor in Netcompany is a lasting responsibility throughout the time the employee is in the company. I help them with their professional and personal development through four or five annual meetings, where we talk about how things are going and how we create the framework for them to continue to develop."- Thomas Koefoed, Partner Netcompany - on mentoring in Netcompany

All mentors are experienced employees who have been in the same position as you. They are also mentees themselves, so they know what it takes to be a good mentor! You can reach out and talk to your mentor during regularly-scheduled mentor meetings, but also outside of organised interview times — whenever you need them. The mentor helps you settle in and is also someone you can reach out to if have questions or just in the need for some guidance. 

Join a well-established IT company

"I feel like I'm being pushed to get better, but never just thrown in the deep end without any help at all."
Meet Jordan, a Consultant at our London Office who joined us in 2019 straight after graduating from University of Warwick.