People, Culture & Careers
‘Who you work with matters’ isn’t a cliché, it’s a credo
Bright minds, strong bonds, endless potential – that’s what defines our people, culture, and careers. We want the best to be themselves, we want them to learn new skills and grow meaningful careers. We want people to love their work, their teammates, and thrive in a culture of continuous improvement. We want people who care about our clients and each other.
Brains, talent & big personalities
It’s more than brains and talent that set us apart; it’s our people. We believe that with the right combination of personalities, not just capabilities, anything’s possible.
“It’s a great feeling to work with such awesome people every day. At Architech, culture and teamwork are at the heart of what we do. It’s amazing to be able to work on innovative projects while being surrounded by talented, passionate people who care.”
Senior UX Designer
“The best part of working at Architech is that, apart from getting really cool projects to work on, the culture here is fantastic. The company treats you like family, not like an employee.”
“The best part of working at Architech is its culture and the people you work with, monthly socials, and Homecoming. Homecoming (every other Friday) gives people an opportunity to interact with each other over catered lunches and beer and get to know where the company is heading from none other than the CEO. It’s a fun and ambitious company to work for, with the aim of building world-class solutions.”
Senior Software Engineer
“My favourite part of working at Architech is the culture of continuous improvement and transparency as a way of life. Architech is guided by solid moral compasses as it stands for what is just and right and holds itself to a high level of ethical standards, treating everyone with honesty and respect. The company is passionate about being there for its people and celebrates everyone’s accomplishments. We bring our authentic selves to work every day to help grow the company not for our own personal gain, but for each other. Truly feels like my second family.”