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31 May 2022

5 Things to know about working at Kinetik Wellbeing

Founded in 2008, Kinetik Wellbeing is on a mission to empower everyone to manage their health from home. Over the last 15 years we have grown from a small warehouse to become one of the biggest medical device providers in the UK and are moving into new countries all the time.

Kinetik Wellbeing - London Office

    Our people are at the heart of everything we do. To help you imagine what a career at Kinetik could look like, here are the top five things you need to know about joining our team.

    1. You will catch the ambition bug – we are growing quickly and that is contagious. We have an ambition to empower everyone to manage their health at home and we will not stop until our devices are in every home globally. With all this growth there’s always plenty to do which means the days pass quickly.
    2. Wellbeing is not just in our name – from fruit bowls to an extra day off to celebrate your birthday we care about the wellbeing of our people. Our London office also has a mental health first aider on hand to provide support.
    3. You will work with all the big players – from Amazon to Argos, there is not a well-known retailer or pharmacy in the UK where you won’t find a Kinetik Wellbeing device, so you’ll get used to working with some of the biggest names in the business. We have partnered with St John Ambulance who play a really important role in lots of the countries where we support them. For example in New Zealand they are the ambulance service, which means working at Kinetik Wellbeing actually helps to keep ambulances on the road.
    4. Every day is a school day – when you are growing as quick as we are learning on the job is not just an optional benefit, it is a way of life. Everybody on every team from Product to Operations are constantly learning and improving the way we work and trying to break new ground in our sector and our roles.
    5. Teamwork is at our heart – before you know it your colleagues will feel more like an extension to your family. That’s the culture we love – one where people feel safe to be themselves and supported by each other to do their job to the best of their ability. That might mean that whatever your role is, you end up picking up the customer service calls once in a while!

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