Careers

Careers at Eco Printers

Join our team and make a big difference to children’s lives.

Why join us

As a valued member of the Eco Printers team you can feel great about your role helping schools;

  • reduce how much they spend
  • improve their printing facilities
  • print what they need, not what they can afford
  • budget effectively, and,
  • remain free from photocopier contracts

Our printing solution (which is unique to us and not offered by anyone else) saves all our customers money which helps to improve the standard of education for their pupils.

Working here

We have positions in the following areas;

  • Sales
  • Customer Service
  • Marketing
  • Administration
  • Accounts

Apprenticeships

One popular route into work with Eco Printers is through an apprenticeship scheme, we offer apprenticeships in the following areas;

  • Sales
  • Customer Service
  • Marketing
  • Administration

To register your interest in an apprenticeship, fill in the web form on the right:



FAQ’s

How do I apply for a job with Eco Printers?
We advertise vacancies at https://www.recruitmentgenius.com/jobseekers/ and various other online companies, however, if you think you have something to offer the team now send a quick email to careers@ecoprinters.net and tell us why we should create a position and hire you right away.
How do I get my CV or application noticed?
If you want to get noticed you can send a short video clip, no more than 90 seconds, along with your CV telling us what makes you so sure that you would be able to help us save schools money.
Can I register as a speculative applicant?
Yes, you can. Send your CV to careers@ecoprinters.net and tell us what job’s you’re interested in and what makes you suited to each role.
What is Eco Printers interview process?
We have three stages to our interview process, the first is a telephone interview to find out a bit more about you, the second a more formal face to face interview and the third and final interview which is a few hours on the job.
What do I need to bring with me to the interview?
On your second interview you would need to bring your passport or alternative documentation which confirms your right to work in the UK. You can visit
https://www.gov.uk/legal-right-work-uk to see what documents are acceptable.
I was not successful in the application process; will I get feedback?
We are not able to give feedback at the CV screening stage or telephone interviews due to the number of applications we receive, but, we do give feedback after the second and third interviews.