Working for JUXT

Working for JUXT is educational, rewarding and fun.

We love the tech, we love working together and solving hard problems.

Our environment

On joining, all our employees are provided with new state-of-the-art laptops (Dell XPS 13, i7, 16Gb), running Arch Linux (with plenty of help if needed!)

In our Milton Keynes offices we provide the freedom to roam, working where you feel most comfortable. We provide a number of motorized standing desks, complete with large 4K monitors and laptop hubs.

We also have a coffee machine, fridge, pro foosball table, massage chair, library and other on-site amenities. We always have free beer, coffee and biscuits available in the office.

Which kinds of editors do we have here? Both kinds!

Regular 'stand ups' at JUXT

Our tech stack

  • Clojure/ClojureScript (core languages)

  • Linux (Arch)

  • Emacs or Vim

  • Git

  • Datomic

  • HTTP, REST, GraphQL

  • AsciiDoc

  • Amazon Web Services

Current open roles

Badminton on Tuesdays at the National Badminton Centre

Role: Developer

We are hiring at all levels of experience from junior to senior. For more junior candidates we only ask that you have experience with programming (not necessarily in Clojure or ClojureScript) and we will provide training, guidance and continual mentoring in our stack (but you’ll need to be enthusiastic and able to learn quickly).

For senior roles we ask that you provide evidence of experience in Clojure and/or ClojureScript.


  • Competitive salary

  • Premium private healthcare (BUPA)

  • Pension

  • Flexible working hours, if required (including work from home)

  • Conference/training expenses (up to 10% of salary)

  • Weekly staff lunch

  • Company trip (e.g. GT18)

How to apply

Firstly, send us an email to It would help if you could

  • let us know a little about yourself

  • mention any relevant experience

  • attach a CV or resume

  • give links to any portfolio/code you have online, e.g. GitHub (optional).

Privacy policy

Join us in our new office mal
by Malcolm Sparks
Published: 2018-01-04
Clojure, Datomic mal
by Malcolm Sparks
Published: 2017-08-27