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Factory 42


Join us in creating Impact Entertainment

We combine the magic of technology with the science of stories to create emotionally engaging interactive experiences with purpose. Our team consists of leading experts in game design and development, multi-sensory technology, animation, graphic design, and immersive film, television, and live event production.

Our benefits:


Our offices are based in Somerset House, the cultural hub of creativity and innovation.

Located in the heart of London, overlooking the River Thames, South Bank and the Houses of Parliament, staff have access to all that Somerset House has to offer. From bike racks, showers, snooker rooms, a 10-20% discount in various bars, cafes, and restaurants onsite to free access to exhibitions, make the most of what the inspiring location has to offer.


Your time matters to us. We operate on a hybrid office / home working model


Our workforce is climate positive. We’re proud to partner with Ecologi - by donating to Ecologi every month on behalf of our team, we have taken our first steps to ensure we tread more lightly on our planet. You can see all the amazing projects our donations support on our F42 Ecologi Profile:

Factory 42 currently offers the following benefits to all permanent employees:

πŸ’ͺ LIFESTYLE BENEFITS: Cycle to work scheme, gym membership, electric car scheme

β€οΈβ€πŸ©Ή PROTECTION BENEFITS: Life assurance


πŸ₯ HEALTH BENEFITS: Private medical insurance & dental insurance


πŸ‘ ADDITIONAL BENEFITS: Employees can choose from a range of further benefits


πŸ’· PENSION: Pension scheme, 3% employer contribution


πŸ—£ WELLBEING BENEFITS: Free access to confidential counselling & advice as part of the Employee Assistance Programme

Our Values

Our culture is our DNA. It defines who we are, how we operate and how we recruit, reward and release people based on these values.

πŸ™‚ Happy: We are happy to come to work and happy to be at work

πŸ“š Humble: We are humble enough to want to learn every day

🌎 Human Centered: Everything we do is about our customers

πŸ’ͺ Hungry: We are passionate about our mission and we come to work hungry to deliver

🌟 Honest: We take an honest, responsible and sustainable approach to everything we do

β˜„οΈ High Quality: We aim high and take huge pride in producing the highest quality work possible

 Inspired by our mission and culture? Apply now! 

Somerset House, London, WC2R 1LA
Industry Entertainment
Company size:   11-50 employees
Industry:   Entertainment
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Somerset House
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