Careers

We are constantly recruiting talented individuals seeking a rewarding job and a challenging career.

Jobs Culture Belfast Equal Opportunities Our People

Our goal is to recruit enthusiastic, bright people to join us on our journey to revolutionise maritime and make a real impact on the climate crisis.

Based in the Belfast region, steeped in maritime heritage and now among the fastest growing tech hubs in Europe, we’re a diverse and vibrant group with a shared desire to challenge normal thinking. If you’re of a similar outlook then we’d like to hear from you.

Our Culture

We are committed to providing not just a home for exceptional and committed talent but an environment where you have the support to truly flourish in your career.

As a dynamic, high growth, and incredibly innovative company, it may feel at times that we are building the boat as we sail it, but that’s because we can!

Fuelled by cutting edge ideas, innovation and technology, it is ultimately our people who drive our success. People who are the best at what they do, and driven by a shared goal, to help change the world for the better.

Belfast

Steeped in maritime history, Belfast is a great place not only to visit but one in which to live, work and do business, which is why Artemis Technologies has chosen the city as its home.

With the region often referred to as a hidden gem, there are many reasons to make the region your home too:

Belfast

Steeped in maritime history, Belfast is a great place not only to visit but one in which to live, work and do business, which is why Artemis Technologies has chosen the city as its home.

With the region often referred to as a hidden gem, there are many reasons to make the region your home too:

Titanic Building

Housing

With house prices generally lower than the UK plus in plentiful supply (to rent or buy) there is a neighbourhood to suit all tastes. Castlereagh for families and golfers; Queens Quarter near to the University, more vibrant plus reasonably priced; and also the Titanic Quarter, the redeveloped waterfront for apartment living.

Natural wonders

Stunning scenery and places of interest including the World Heritage Site - Giant’s Causeway, the Marble Arch Caves Geopark, Fermanagh Lakelands and the Mourne Mountains.

Food & drink

From Michelin starred restaurants to some of the best fresh produce in the world, along with an array of bars, eateries, breweries and distilleries, you’re spoilt for choice. Whatever you enjoy most... golf, watersports, hiking, festivals and parties or just peace and quiet, Northern Ireland and the greater Belfast area has it all.

Equal Opportunities

Artemis Technologies is an equal opportunities employer and therefore is committed to promoting diversity and equality of opportunity and does not discriminate, whether on grounds of race, gender, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, disability, age, class, community background, religion or belief, or passport held.

These principles underpin the company’s professional behaviour and are embedded in its policies, procedures, day-to-day practices and external relationships. The company therefore welcomes and encourages job applications from a fully diverse range of candidates.

Our People

A day in the life of our Director of Finance, Kiera McSorley.

"Learn. Never stop learning and expanding your knowledge. Keep asking questions and work with people with lots of expertise."

  • What does a typical day at Artemis Technologies Entail?

    A key area of my job is organising the distribution of the £33 million UKRI (UK Research and Innovation) Strength and Places Fund grant secured by the company and the rest of the Belfast Maritime Consortium to develop and build zero-emissions vessels in the city.

    So I’m liaising with our consortium partners which encompasses both established and young firms, academia, and local government. The appropriate distribution of funding is essential in creating the best possible environment for our research and innovation to flourish while supporting thousands of employment opportunities across the next decade.

  • What skills are needed for this role?

    As an accountant, being savvy with numbers and having analytical skills is helpful, however, resilience, attention to detail, and being inquisitive are also important. Working within a start-up like Artemis Technologies means communication is essential. You’re working with various departments where you’re communicating financial information to others helping contribute to important discussions and high-level decision-making. 

  • What are the best and most challenging aspects you've faced within this job?

    The team works very well together, everyone is open with what’s happening at every development stage and what support may be required from different departments. Right now, one of the main challenges is recruiting the very best people and then bringing them up to speed with what is required.

  • What advice would you give to someone considering a similar career?

    Learn. Never stop learning and expanding your knowledge. Keep asking questions and work with people with lots of expertise. This will not only help develop and increase your skills-base and aid career expansion but will provide a great sense of fulfilment.

A day in the life of our Assembly Lead, Phil Kane.

"Continue learning new skills and get more into the theory of things rather than the hands-on physical side. When you have the theory behind you, then the hands-on skills will come with that."

  • What does a typical day at Artemis Technologies Entail?

    As an assembly lead, a typical day at Artemis would entail seeing what the forecast workload was for the day ahead and liaising with different departments like engineering, testing and manufacturing.

    The day would start out with a morning stand-up meeting, where the team would come together to find out what the day ahead looks like and what the forthcoming tasks would be. We would check all the objectives against the master schedule to see if we are on track to meet our deliverables.

  • What skills are needed for this role?

    Well as any type of lead you need to be able to have flexibility with your team and an overall awareness of what the company needs are. To lead any sort of team you have to be open, fair, honest but from. You need to know how to lead by example and manage people in the way you would want to be managed. My Dad always told me “it’s nice to be important but it’s more important to be nice”. This mantra has always been at the core of my leadership style I would encourage anyone leading a team to adopt this.

    On the physical side, you would need to have skills in manufacturing or engineering along with assembly experience. Preferably you would back this up with some composite and or electrical high voltage experience.

    At Artemis Technologies you must be a strong communicator; everything gets communicated in between the different teams. We must all be collaborative here because we’re a relatively new, emerging company so it’s important that we all work together and have visibility of what’s going on within the company. This enables us all to work towards one shared goal; the decarbonisation of the maritime industry.

  • What are the best and most challenging aspects you're faced with in this job?

    The best aspect that I have seen within the company is the empowerment, you’re given a chance to develop in your own role. You’re given a job and your expected to own that job and if there are any issues or you need help, you just ask. Everyone here is keen to help out, no matter what department it is. If you don’t have the answer, someone else will. Artemis Technologies came from the Artemis Racing team, so there is a huge emphasis on the importance of teamwork.

    The most challenging aspect for me personally was coming into a completely different industry. Having come from the aerospace sector with experience in the rolling stock and space/defence industries, I knew very little about the maritime industry. But to be honest, a lot of my skills and experience I’ve developed over the years have been transferable into this role.

    It’s a new exciting challenge for me and I’m looking forward to learning more about the maritime industry.

  • What advice would you give to someone considering a similar career?

    I would encourage people to continue learning new skills and get more into the theory of things rather than the hands-on physical side. When you have the theory behind you, then the hands-on skills will come with that.

    I’ve never worked in a place like Artemis, with its core values and ethos, the environment very laid back but focused, it has a great work/home life balance, there is a lot of encouragement from heads of departments and to top it off the leadership team is fantastic. In this environment you will find yourself flourishing, it makes coming to work enjoyable.