Fathom is much more than a flood modelling company. We are a team of academics, scientists, creators, coders and communicators – all working towards the same goal
Since being founded by two PhD students in 2013, Fathom have built a legacy driven by pioneering science and academia.
As Fathom has grown over the last decade, we have become a collective of individuals who punch above our weight and a community that extends well beyond a 9 to 5 job. Therefore, a career at Fathom means that you will always be working on the next generation of cutting-edge research.
Haven’t found the job that you were looking for? At Fathom we are always interested in speaking to like minded individuals with an interest in the hydrological field. If you feel like you would be a good fit at Fathom, please get in touch by emailing Fathom Careers at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our mission is to provide scientifically rigorous water and climate information for the benefit of businesses and communities worldwide.
To become global leaders in the provision of water risk intelligence.
What Fathom offers Fathom works hard to create a culture of transparency and trust within our team. Importantly, all employees have access to flexible working so that they can create a schedule that suits their life. Our employee benefits scheme also offers a range of generous perks that can be accessed at any time. These include the following:
- Private Medical Insurance
- Group Life Assurance
- Group Income Protection
- Health Cash Plan
- Dental Insurance
- Enhanced Family Policies
- Pension Contributions Matched Up To 10%
- 28 Days + Bank Holidays
- Subsidised Gym Memberships
- Access To Mental Health Cover and Support.
Above all, as a valued employee we want to support you in your career as much as we can. For example, all employees are provided the opportunity to further their development through training budgets and the chance to gain experience in different areas of work within the business.
Quote At Fathom I can study the effects and prediction of flooding in an academic environment with real-world application. The research and models produced at Fathom are interesting, in their depth and range, and its view to consider climate change and global flooding. I wanted to contribute to that.