Our Story

Hello, we’re WikiJob. We’re here to make it easier for people to get the job they want.

Our founders (Chris and Ed) started WikiJob in 2007 after brief stints on graduate schemes. Disillusioned by the experience, they made a community where people could share their knowledge of employers, interviews and application processes. And so the WikiJob forum was born. It remains at the core of what we do, and has helped thousands of folks be better informed and shape their careers.

These days, we also provide practice aptitude tests, based on the same ones used by employers. And we’re recognised as one of the go-to websites for students to get inside information on interviews, job applications and psychometric tests.

It’s been a fun journey so far, but we’re only getting started. Watch this space!

Work with us

If you’re someone who likes to work autonomously, drive improvement and you’re comfortable in a start-up environment, we’d be keen to hear from you. When we have vacancies, they will be listed below.

Some of the benefits of working for WikiJob:

  • Membership of TechHub: includes speaker events, drinks, breakfast networking, corporate discounts and the chance to meet hundreds of entrepreneurs
  • Flexible working hours
  • Friendly colleagues
  • Loads of great lunch options nearby

Meet the Team

We’re a small team based at Tech Hub in Moorgate, East London, close to the UK’s ‘Silicon Roundabout’.


Chris Founder


Ed Founder


James Marketing


Georgia Editor


Alex Developer


Roselyne Finance


Alice Writer


Ben Designer


Please click on the logos to see our recent media coverage.

BBC News
The Guardian
CEO Blog Nation
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WikiJob’s award nominations include:

  • Best Niche Job Board, Onrec Awards, 2011 (winner)
  • Best Innovation, National Online Recruitment Awards, 2011 (finalist)
  • Future 50 People’s Choice Award, 2011
  • ‘New Kid on the Block’ category, Management Today Business Heroes, 2011 (winner)
  • Guardian Tech Media Invest 100, 2009
  • Courvoisier The Future 500, 2009
  • Mashable Open Web Awards, 2008 (finalist)
  • London and South East Recruitment Awards, 2008 (finalist)