Life at Gemserv
Our staff are involved with some of the most exciting and challenging projects across the rapidly evolving energy and data sectors. Attracting, retaining and investing in the development of our people has helped us grow the business significantly in recent years and we have big ambitions for further growth.
What it's like to
Work at Gemserv
Find out a bit more about working at Gemserv by listening to the video diaries of some our people.
Working at Gemserv
At Gemserv no two days are the same – and it’s certainly not always 9-5 – but we firmly believe in a flexible approach to working which we know our employees value. That focus on encouraging a positive work/life balance extends to the many regular social events where employees get the opportunity to meet people from across the business and outside in a more informal environment.
Working at Gemserv has provided Michelle with numerous opportunities which she has relished taking on. She has enjoyed her many years with Gemserv and loves the feel and ethos that the company creates (the people aren’t too bad too!).
Kunal joined Gemserv in October 2008 on the graduate development programme. He has since progressed into the role of Senior Delivery Manager for the Energy Department within the business.
Moses has been at Gemserv since May 2015. He has always had an interest in the energy industry, so when he saw a role open up at
At Gemserv, we understand that one of the most important factors for accepting any new role is the work/life balance. Therefore, flexible working is something that we feel strongly about. Whether this means being able to work from home, working outside of the 9-5 or working compressed hours. We are open to hearing from all candidates and would welcome the opportunity to discuss flexibility around all the roles that we are recruiting for.
As well as investing in developing our people, we also work in partnership with a number of initiatives to support young people just starting on their career paths. Annually we host paid internships, apprenticeships and work experience, as well as being involved with the University of East London Student Mentoring Programme and ‘Resurgo’s programme to support young people facing barriers to employment.
Every year we support two charities and will work with them throughout the year to raise money for their worthy causes. Our charities our decided by our staff and we do everything from cake sales to marathons. This year we are supporting:
Alzheimer’s Society is the only UK charity that campaigns for change, funds research to find a cure and supports people living with dementia.
Plastic Oceans UK have been experts on plastic pollution for a decade, starting with award-winning documentary A Plastic Ocean.