landed me a job interview.
And that’s the thing. There is no way I would ever have applied to work here, these guys are the
Tom A, Ben Lee, Tom Morgan, Justin Morris, etc etc
why would little ol’ me working for a housing association with my limited experience of Gateways and Contact Centres ever get considered for a job there?
It turns out that the main reason is attitude. I fit into the organisation as someone who champions (what I think) is the second best bit of software Microsoft produce - first for me is the killer combination of Exchange and Outlook – that tool runs my life - anyway, back on topic:
I love to learn about features, bugs, and finding things out about the underlying fabric (geek joke). And as my long suffering wife will attest, I’m usually reading Twitter and catching up on blogs most evenings (“put that phone away and watch the film” – Valentines 2015).
So what am I trying to say here?
In short – we're always on the lookout for new faces and we’ve got some jobs going here right now:
If you have experience with voice in Lync or Skype for Business (or even if you don't!) please throw your hat into the ring. Even if you think your experience with that Sonus and a single Front End its not going to be enough. Even if you think why would we need someone who only supports 50 people but you are excited for the technology. YOU are that person we are looking for. We can teach all the other stuff, but attitude and the eagerness to learn is what we prize here.
So what does Modality Systems offer in return?
Good salary, pension, healthcare. Cracking team events. Top notch Summer and Christmas parties.
Check out Glassdoor for some reviews of us. Staff turnover is very low so we must be doing something right. :-)