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What’s it Like to Work Here?
Life at Synthace is a heady mix of scientific discovery, fascinating problem-solving, curious inquiry, and a positive, uplifting culture.
Work the Way That's Best for You
We trust and support our people to work in the ways that suit them best. This means flexibility about however, whenever, and wherever you need to get stuff done.
Join a Truly Interdisciplinary Team
Stuck in a silo? Not here. If you join Synthace you’ll work in—and with—flexible teams filled with all kinds of specialists from a wide variety of disciplines.
Find the Right Balance
We take health and wellbeing seriously. At Synthace, you’ll find generous pension contributions, solid health cover, volunteering days, and quarterly company-wide days off.
Help Improve Scientific Discovery
See the fruits of your labor in our very own lab and in the work our customers do, with our platform, out in the real world. There's no feeling quite like it.
Join a Team Making a Difference
Ever wondered what it would be like to work on something with a real purpose behind it? At Synthace, you’d be part of an interdisciplinary team building something that helps make the impossible, possible. Join Synthace and go to work on an incredible mission.See What You Could Do
Don't Just Take Our Word For It
We're recognized and accredited by some of the best in the business.
“We're all driven to help scientists do better biology to solve complex problems like drug development and agritech science. Inherently, this means a lot of people who join are really selfless individuals who want to do well. We also have a culture where people are naturally curious and want to learn from each other or are happy to share.”
“The culture is unique from anywhere else I have worked, in that the people employed are extremely intelligent yet willing to help each other out, whether that be work related or personal, share knowledge to level everyone up, and generally be supportive, kind and enthusiastic about the mission.”
“The combination of science and engineering is pretty much unique and great for lots of reasons: the mix of people and perspectives it creates, the problems we encounter and the impact we can have.”