Who we are and what we stand for are at the heart of our business. Our network carries the call that can make someone’s day or a difference in their life. We also love supporting our local communities through fundraising and volunteering activities, and we’re just as interested in how our people go about their working days.
It all boils down to our three key values of speed, simplicity, and trust: by being quick to deliver, while being clear in what we say and do, our customers will continue to believe in us.
Every great brand stands for something and at Vodafone, we exist to connect everybody to live a better today and build a better to tomorrow. To achieve this we ensure we are ready to be at our best, Ready to connect for good, Ready to shape the future, and Ready to be ourselves and belong.
Whether you’re looking to take that next step, a change in company or to kick start your career, Vodafone is a community where you’ll feel like you have a career that can make a difference. We pride ourselves on being the UK’s most valuable brand, connecting people, businesses, and communities in this forever changing digital world. With the internet, digital technology and mobile innovation driving unimaginable change, there’s no better time to join our powerful digital telco business, and be on this incredible journey with us.
At Vodafone, we embrace and welcome everyone.
We’re proud to offer equal opportunities regardless of race, nationality, cultural background, gender, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, religious or political belief. We are building an inclusive culture where everyone is respected, can be themselves and strive to be their best.
Want to return to work? We can make it happen with our return to work programme, ReConnect. The initiative is designed to support anyone who has taken a career break of two years or more. The ReConnect programme includes training and induction programmes to refresh and enhance professional skills and help prepare for re-entry to the workplace. As well as flexible working options and a phased return to work (for example, a four-day week for the first six months).