Working at teclan

We are a target driven team working in an open, fast-paced environment; everyone helps everyone else in order to achieve better results for our customers.

Our team are friendly, cross-skilled and flexible and come from a wide variety of technical and non-technical backgrounds – we have published authors, award-winning designers and even the odd musician working here!

As a company, teclan ltd cares about our customers, but we also care fundamentally about our employees – our people are the key to the success of our company and we want them to feel secure, valued and healthy.

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That’s why we are proud to be Living Wage Foundation accredited because we believe a fair day’s work deserves a fair day’s pay. We also offer a generous workplace pension contribution, a healthcare plan (that is also available to families) and access to Cyclescheme and Computerscheme. Employees also increased annual leave after 5 years with the company.

To keep skills current, our team regularly train to improve their skills and qualifications including industry-recognised Google certification programmes. Tea-making skills are also highly valued at teclan!

Because working as a team is so important and we like everyone to get on, we also hold regular social events.

Current Vacancies

We are currently in the process of expanding and applications are now closed.

However in general we are always interested to receive CVs from individuals with experience in digital marketing, hosting, web design or customer support roles to keep on file.

Send your CV to: info@teclan.com.

Welcome to Inverness

teclan is based in the city of Inverness, the Capital of the Highlands of Scotland. We’re within walking distance of the city centre and the scenic River Ness and there are plenty of lunch options near the office. If you stick your head far enough out of the office window, you can see a mountain!

Inverness is one of Europe’s fastest growing cities with good shopping, a lively pub and restaurant scene, but still retains the feel of a small town with a population still under 60,000. There are rail and air transport links with the UK and Europe as well as being the starting point for the North Coast 500 – Scotland’s Route 66. There are plenty further outdoor experiences on the doorstep, including the Caledonian Canal, the Cairngorms National Park and the world-renowned Loch Ness – complete with a slightly shy monster. In 2015, Inverness was voted the happiest place to live in Scotland, finishing 6th overall in the UK.