Jobs at Studio 24

Studio 24 is an independent and friendly digital agency specialising in design, technology and strategy, based in the fabulous city of Cambridge, UK.

It's the people at Studio 24 that make it an inspiring place to work and we're always on the lookout for talented individuals who care about building a better web to join the team.

As East Anglia’s leading digital agency, we work with a variety of clients across all sectors such as Crossrail, Bell English, University of Cambridge, East Anglian Air Ambulance, The Wallace Collection, Kier Group, Bakkavor Group, Baker Perkins, Comtec, and Cambridge Building Society. 

Current vacancies appear on this page when we are hiring. 

So get in touch or if you’re ever in Cambridge, come visit for a coffee and a chat!

Internships and Work Experience

At Studio 24, we're happy to support students getting their first experience of working at a UK digital agency. 

We have an ongoing relationship with Howest University College in Belgium and have accepted many excellent students for 3 month internships from Howest over the past decade. 

We have also accepted work experience students from local schools, usually for a week or two. You can read a few blogs from previous students.

If you're interested in an internship or a work experience placement please email us on students@studio24.net

Resources

We have a reading list that may be of interest to prospective employees, and a talk Simon did at the Creative Futures conference on what we look for in people when recruiting

We're Hiring

Studio 24 is currently on the lookout for the following people to join our team!
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