Benefits & Perks

At TPP we value our employees and believe that everyone should be given responsibility and the opportunity to shine. As well as great careers, our employees are rewarded for their hard work with perks such as pub Fridays and fantastic holiday entitlement. Other benefits include:

  • Excellent Salaries
  • Training Allowance
  • Life Insurance
  • Excellent Holiday Entitlement
  • Breakout Area - Sofas, Sky+,  pool tables
  • Generous Pay Reviews
  • Free Pub Tab on a Friday
  • £200 Birthday Meal Allowance
  • Smart Casual Dress Code
  • BUPA Health and Dental Care
  • Opportunity to travel internationally

Super-bright, geeky graduates wanted!

Do you want a £45,000 starting salary AND the opportunity to make a difference? At TPP, we’re working on pioneering technology which will revolutionise global healthcare and we want people like you to help make this a reality. We’re looking for bright, geeky graduates from all disciplines for our Software Developer and Graduate Analyst roles – no experience is required.


Life at TPP

Our roles are challenging and rewarding with salary and benefits to match. Opportunities to learn at TPP are continuous: you will be given projects to manage, problems to solve and lots of responsibility.

At TPP, we’re proud to have a culture where different perspectives are valued and where a flat hierarchy ensures that everyone feels included in decision-making. We believe our diversity is a strength that has brought about greater creativity and innovation in our company over the years.

We remain committed to this belief and know that as we grow there is even more we can do to attract the best talent.

You can find out more about some of our diversity and outreach efforts on the news section of our website:

You can also learn more about our company culture from Frank Hester, TPP Founder & CEO, in his blog published by Virgin: ‘How to grow a business culture that dares to be different’.

For all careers enquiries, or to submit your application via email, please contact

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Life in Yorkshire

Leeds & Yorkshire

Leeds has plenty to offer - cinemas, bars, museums, nightlife, culture and much more. An emerging tech hub, Leeds is home to IT companies large and small and is the second largest financial city and economy in the UK.

The city has fantastic travel connections, with Leeds Bradford airport only a few miles from our office and Leeds train station offering services to London, Edinburgh, Manchester and beyond. 

One of the best aspects of living in Leeds is its proximity to the Yorkshire Dales, and some of the world’s most beautiful landscapes and countryside. We’re also close to some of Yorkshire’s top historical sites such as Fountains Abbey and the city of York.


Leeds is a culturally vibrant city with an up and coming foodie scene, a great array of both designer and independent boutiques and lots of creative and entertainment venues. Annual events like the West Indies Carnival (the longest running in Europe!) and the Leeds Film Festival are highlights of the calendar. 

Food festivals are common and city restaurants cater for all tastes, ranging from quick cheap eats to michelin star winning food. TPP gives staff a £200 birthday meal allowance to take out family and friends so graduates soon become familiar with the food scene in Leeds!

There is plenty to do in and around the city, from salsa clubs to live music gigs and real ale pubs. The Yorkshire Playhouse holds regular theatre events and there are a number of museums including the Royal Armouries and the City Museum. It is also conveniently located for access to the World Heritage site, Saltaire.


Yorkshire offers a high quality of life, combining the excitement of a major city with the tranquillity of the nearby Dales. Renting is very affordable compared with most areas of the country and lots of graduates are able to buy a house after a few years at TPP. 

"I've been working at TPP for just over 2 years now and bought my first house last year. When I graduated, I never imagined that I would be able to own my own home before I was 30 but the affordability of Leeds combined with the excellent salary at TPP meant that I was able to get my foot on the property ladder!" - Suzie, Software Developer

International Work

TPP offers graduates the opportunity to travel internationally to both the Middle East and China. Recent trips have included visits to Dubai, Riyadh, Doha, Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, Hong Kong and Shenzhen. International travel is an exciting aspect of the work at TPP as the company continues to grow around the planet and export its world leading technology. As well as meeting clients and exhibiting at events, staff have the opportunity to explore the cities they visit and immerse themselves in local culture. 

"I studied Mandarin at university and wasn't sure what I wanted to do after graduating. I wanted to do something interesting and I'm passionate about traveling and learning about different cultures. Finding a well paying job that offers international opportunities and the chance to make a difference can be rare, so I'm glad I found TPP!" - Rebecca, Analyst


Staff Profiles

Paul - Software Developer

 BA Music - University of Cambridge

The thing that first enticed me to apply for my job at TPP was the opportunity to make a genuine difference to people’s lives, and since joining the company in January 2016, I haven’t b…

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Alistair - Graduate Analyst

 BSc Biology – University of Manchester

Like many people, when I left university I still wasn’t sure what I wanted to do. When looking at different companies TPP stood out to me because of the variety in the work it does, the open…

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Rosa - Account Manager

 BSc Chemistry – University of Liverpool

I started as an Account Manager at TPP after finishing my degree in Chemistry. I enjoyed my degree but I wasn’t necessarily keen on pursuing a career in it as I didn’t want to be stuck…

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Louis - Software Developer

 BSc Physics – University of Leeds

I finished university in 2012.  At that point all I knew was that I didn’t want to move back home. Leeds is such a lively city, and I didn’t want to give up my regular…

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