Careers at SoftwareHaus!

We are always looking for talented individuals who want to be part of an exciting high growth company that is building something new in a very high growth area. At SoftwareHaus, you’ll find no shortage of challenging problems to work on – changing the world of IT is after all never easy!

Not only will you be given surprising amounts of responsibility but you will work in a high octane, collaborative environment that encourages the open exploration of ideas. We welcome big thinkers and budding entrepreneurs, unafraid to take on seemingly impossible challenges and interested in learning how to build a business along the way.

Our Culture
SoftwareHaus is the first company to offer a radically simple software based compute and storage infrastructure for implementing enterprise-class & Telco-Class virtualization without complex and physical expensive vertical platforms.

The company was founded by a very strong experienced team with great heritage in the IT sector., and Blumberg Capital.

Equal Opportunity Employer
SoftwareHaus conducts its employment practices in a manner that treats each employee and applicant for employment on the basis of merit and experience, without regard to race, colour, religion, gender, gender identity, marital status, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, national origin, or other classification protected by applicable law.

In addition, consistent with SoftwareHaus’ culture and business need, employees are expected to treat each other with respect and dignity.

Equality, diversity and inclusion policy Purpose and scope
This policy sets out how we uphold diversity and equality in the workplace. It applies to all employees, in all countries in which SoftwareHaus operates.

Policy objectives
People are what makes SoftwareHaus great. Our people come from a huge range of cultures and experiences – and the fresh thinking and passion they bring to work every day is a direct result of that tremendous diversity. Our approach to business is underpinned by a belief that all individuals should be treated fairly and have access to equal opportunities, regardless of their status. To attract, recruit, develop and retain the very best people at all levels, we are committed to respecting and embracing talent and working to support a culture that is inclusive and reflective of our vision and values.

We also look for high levels of diversity and inclusion in our suppliers, and encourage them to adopt similar philosophies in their relationships with their own employees and suppliers.
Our approach is based on three key principles:

Equality – we promote equality by removing barriers, eliminating discrimination and ensuring equal opportunity and access for all groups of people, both within SoftwareHaus and externally amongst those organisations with whom we have formal relationships.

Diversity – we accept each person as an individual. Our success and competitiveness is built on our ability to embrace diversity – and we believe that everyone should feel valued for their contributions. By working together we will deliver the best possible solutions for our people, our clients and our business.

Inclusion – we create a working culture where differences are not merely accepted, but valued; where everyone has the opportunity to develop in a way that is consistent with our vision and values. Our aim is be an organisation where people feel involved, respected and connected to our success.

- No job applicant or employee should receive less favourable treatment on grounds of sex, race, age, ethnic origin, marital status, pregnancy and maternity, civil partnership status, any gender re-assignment, religion or belief, sexual orientation, disability or part-time/fixed-term work;
- Employees should be protected from discrimination by association;
- Equality, diversity and inclusion should be promoted within the workplace;
- We should contribute to generating similar attitudes to ours, in terms of equality, diversity and inclusion, in 
the wider community. We will also look for similar principles of diversity when we select and manage 
relationships with our suppliers;
- Fair and equitable treatment should be the hallmark of every aspect of working life at Mitie, from our 
written procedures through to every decision we make;
- We should promote a culture where employees recognise the value that a diverse and inclusive workforce 
brings to the organisation, and where colleagues and external associates are treated with dignity and 
respect; an
- We should create an environment where anyone believing they have been subjected to discrimination, 
victimisation or harassment in the workplace, is entitled and feels safe to raise such concerns. We are committed to ensuring that the process for dealing with such concerns is straightforward and will be addressed in a compassionate, efficient and timely manner.

The Head of Operations is responsible for:
- Reviewing, endorsing and achieving this policy’s aims.

The SoftwareHaus S.a.r.l. Board is responsible for:
- Recognising their role in being accountable for inclusion and the development of equality and diversity awareness and will lead by example.

The Head of Operations is responsible for :
- Administering this policy on behalf of the board; and
- Developing and rolling out the supporting strategies to drive continual performance improvement.

The Diversity and Inclusion Steering Group is responsible for:
- Ensuring that our practices and policies underpin delivery of the equality, diversity and inclusion policy;
- Cascading diversity and inclusion lessons learned and sharing best practice throughout the business; and
- Championing key issues and collectively recommending changes to policy, procedures and practices to the 
Executive Board.

The HR team is responsible for:
- Keeping all related procedures under review and monitoring employment practices;
- Measuring, monitoring and benchmarking our demographic profile and reporting trends to both the SoftwareHaus S.a.r.l. 
Board; and
- Providing relevant advice and supporting managers in championing diversity across SoftwareHaus. 

Directors are responsible for:
- Ensuring that this policy and supporting strategies and procedures are distributed, implemented and 
complied with; and
- Leading by example in protecting the SoftwareHaus brand and championing knowledge sharing across the divisions;

Managers are responsible for:
- Implementing and enforcing the processes and procedures;
- Ensuring that their people are aware of their responsibilities and receive appropriate training; and
- Addressing any inappropriate behaviour. 
Employees are responsible for:
- Carrying out their work in line with this policy and associated procedures;
- Respecting the rights of all SoftwareHaus people to work in an environment that is free from prejudice and 
- Challenging any behaviour that falls short of the expectations of this policy; and
- Identifying any breaches of this policy and reporting them to their line manager. 
What will successful implementation of this policy achieve?
- Recognition by external bodies in the form of awards, nominations and accreditations;
- Continual improvement in quantitative and qualitative data trends, across the whole organisation and for 
specific subgroups of employees, such as the Board and senior management population; and
- Improved benchmarking results when examining our performance against other FTSE organisations or when 
audited by independent external bodies.