Digital, Marketing & IT Contract Jobs
Searching for new IT contract jobs can be stressful and time-consuming, but it doesn’t have to be. While it’s true, there are many variables to consider, our team can help make finding your perfect opportunity easy!
In the recruitment industry who you know, rather than what you know, is often a major factor to success. Similarly, speed to market is paramount. Our extensive network of market-leading tech clients means we can connect you with your perfect opportunity – and fast!
We specialise in IT, Digital and Marketing contract roles. Our team of experts operate using our 360 approach, putting candidates at the heart of everything we do.
IT Contract Jobs? Sorted
As a contract employee, you expect to only work for a business for a short amount of time. It is therefore essential that you feel comfortable in that placement and can slot into the business with ease. That’s why we put such emphasis on our consultancy-style approach to filling IT contract jobs.
We believe that getting to know our candidates is vital. It enables our expert team to place you in your best-suited role that will advance your career.
What Makes Our Service Different?
We believe that getting to know our candidates is vital. It enables our recruiters to place you in a role that will advance your career.
We are proud to have a well-established database of tech clients who are leaders in their field. These valuable contacts provide us with no shortage of exciting projects, sure to enhance your skills portfolio.
Our team bring a human touch to the fast-moving recruitment industry. We have found our friendly, professional approach enables us to build a strong rapport with our candidates. Establishing such honest connections allows us to gain valuable insight into an applicant’s ideal next role. The level of awareness this give us, puts us in the pest position to ascertain what they need to drive their career forward.
What Does A Contract Job Look Like?
There is no typical length for a contract opportunity. Indeed, many companies do begin by advertising such positions for three months as a starting point. However, this initial period is, more often than not, extended. Providing both contractor and client find that the relationship is a good match, it should last until project completion. This will, of course, vary according to the nature of the work that needs doing but can often last several years.
What’s The Difference Between Contract, Temporary & Fixed Term Contract?
Is contracting the same as temporary employment? While they are very similar in that neither are permanent, they are, in fact very different in their remuneration and their terms and conditions:
- Firstly, temporary employees are often employees of the agency who places them in short-term positions, usually to cover staff absences in high volume operations. Contractors, by contrast, are typically employed to manage a specific project through to completion.
- Secondly, the nature of the work temp workers do is quite different to that of a contractor. Temp opportunities often require less skills, whereas contractors tend to be highly skilled individuals who specialise in a particular niche.
- Finally, temp staff are most likely to be paid an hourly rate; contractors, on the other hand, tend to be paid by the day.
- Fixed-term contracts are slightly different. They are essentially the same as permanent employees, except, rather than their employment being on a permanent basis, their contract is only for a fixed length of time. This is an example of a temporary recruitment solution employers use to cover a period of maternity.
Due to the recent IR35 Tax Introductions on Contract employment, candidates must be either:
a) A Self Employed, Limited Company
b) Work through an Umbrella Company
Of course, this means that contractors are responsible for paying their taxes directly to HMRC and are governed by stringent rules defining contract employment.
What Are The Benefits Of Being A Contractor?
One of the most significant benefits of working as a contractor is that you become your own boss. Of course, you must ensure that the project you are working on completes within an expected deadline. However, how that work gets done is entirely up to you to decide.
Not being regular employees of a company also means that contractors aren’t entitled to the same benefits, such as holiday, sick pay and added perks. Nonetheless, there are some immense benefits to be gained by contracting. For example, by moving from project to project, contractors are often able to climb the career ladder far quicker than regular employees.