Working at Capula

Capula recognises the importance our people play in achieving continued success for the company and encourages the development of long-term relationships with our clients and suppliers.


At Capula we are extremely proud of what we do.
We are at the forefront of providing systems that improve the operation of the UK’s Energy and Utilities suppliers. Our people are hard-working, friendly and good team players and the projects that we undertake are often challenging and require dedicated managers and robust technical solutions.

We believe it is the quality of our people that sets Capula apart from our competitors, and this is underpinned by our approach to staff development to continue to meet our business objectives and encourage of individuals who demonstrate initiative and take responsibility for results.

Capula nurtures a positive working environment through team building exercises, and social activities co-ordinated via the in-house Capula Employee Association.


Our Business Principles

Capula takes its obligations to society including customers, employees, local communities and suppliers, very seriously. We are committed to
behaving ethically and to balancing economic, environmental social objectives. Capula aims to make a positive contribution to the communities in which we operate and we regularly support various charity and local community events.

We are proud to have contributed to several recent fund-raising initiatives including a relief effort for those affected by the flooding in North West England, and raising much-needed funds for charities including Macmillan Cancer Support and WaterAid. A team of Capula colleagues also recently climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in support the Midlands Air Ambulance charity, and succeeded in raising more than £14,000.

Our graduates are actively encouraged to support educational programmes in the community to promote STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) subjects to young learners in a range of original, creative, practical and engaging ways. Volunteering to promote STEM subjects can have a positive impact on young people as it helps raise awareness of technology as a future career path and it may help address the anticipated skills shortage in STEM subjects. Recently graduates and apprentices from Capula enjoyed engaging with local pupils to teach them about electrical circuits and encourage problem solving and lateral thinking techniques. All activities were developed by members of Capula’s ‘Schools Programme’, an initiative set up to promote a modern image of engineering and encourage STEM learning in schools.


To express an interest in any positions at Capula, please e-mail with a cover letter and CV attached.