Career


Pixel Sp. z o.o. has been developing thanks to a team of highly qualified professionals. Our company provides each and every of them with professional and personal development opportunities. Our employees include not only skilled and experienced specialists. We build and shape the careers of young individuals with a professional potential and continuously encourage them to improve and develop their competences. Our employees build the potential of our company and are a key factor in the company’s strength and
position on the market.

In order to implement the principles of the HR policy, we are open not only to specialists and experts in their fields, but also university students and graduates starting their career.

If you are interested in any of our job offers, please send us your resume and a cover letter detailing the position you are interested in.

If you believe in our values and working style, but there are currently no interesting offers – do not give up!!! Send us your resume and cover letter to rekrutacja@pixel.pl and specify the position or the professional area you are interested in.

Our company employs, amongst others: programmers, designer programmers, software specialists, mechanical constructors, constructor electronics engineers, service technicians, service technicians for electronic devices, quality specialists, implementation specialists, IT system testers, warehouse workers.

Please be informed that we will contact only selected persons.
 
Please read principles of administration of personal data acquired during recruitment.

Please include the following clause in your documents:
‘I hereby give voluntary consent to the processing of personal data concerning me by PIXEL Sp. z o.o. – registered office: 85-862 Bydgoszcz, ul. Bogdana Raczkowskiego 5, for recruitment purposes. I am aware of the fact that I can withdraw my consent at any time. Any possible withdrawal will not affect the lawfulness of the processing performed by the controller of data on the basis of consent granted before its withdrawal.’